Lotus Garden Hotel ManilaAddress: A. Mabini cor Padre Faura Streets, Ermita Manila.Website: http://lotusgardenhotelmanila.com/Contact Number: (632) 522-1515Domestic Toll-Free: 1-800-1-888-1515Email: firstname.lastname@example.org For some reason, I usually find the City of Manila last on my list whenever I am thinking of having a staycation. Most of the time, bigger cities, business districts come to mind such as Makati, BGC, Ortigas, and even Alabang when listing down possible staycation destinations. I probably find… Read More »Staycation at Lotus Garden Hotel Manila
This Post is Rated SPG! 🙂 Pan Pacific Hotel Manila M. Adriatico corner Gen. Malvar Streets, Malate, Manila. Email: email@example.com Phone: 02.318-0788 WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | TWITTER This is probably my first SPG post! 🙂 Why? because one of Manila’ Premier 5-Star Hotel is changing buffet game in town. Instead of competing head on with Manila’s buffet Heavyweights like Sofitel, Hyatt, and Manila Hotel, they opted to offer something unique… Read More »How about some Bottomless Cocktails? Yes! Alcohol!
The Manila HotelOne Rizal Park, Manila, PhilippinesTel (632) 527 0011 | Fax: (632) 527 5348WEBSITE | FACEBOOK| TWITTER Sofitel Manila may have the title for the most expensive room in the Philippines but I may have to hand the “Grandest” title to Manila Hotel. Their Presidential Suite is definitely made for a president – not a corporate president – but an actual President of a Country, and a Manny Pacquiao… Read More »A Peek Inside Manila Hotel’s Grand Presidential Suite
Café Ilang-Ilang at The Manila HotelOne Rizal Park, Manila, PhilippinesTel (632) 527 0011 | Fax: (632) 527 5348Website | Facebook | Twitter I have always wanted to try Manila Hotel’s Buffet (Café Ilang Ilang). It is one of the few buffets in the Metro that I still haven’t tried. To be honest, I have no Idea how big or small their buffet was until I have tried it.What I know… Read More »Café Ilang-Ilang: A Hotel Buffet that You Should Not Miss!
The Manila HotelOne Rizal Park, Manila, PhilippinesTel (632) 527 0011 | Fax: (632) 527 5348Website | Facebook | Twitter 100 years ago, the Philippine’s Opened its Very First Five Star Hotel – The Manila Hotel. Since then it has been a symbol of our country’s grandeur, elegance, sophistication and warm hospitality. Even before the international hotel chains opened their hotels in the country, there was already Manila Hotel. One of… Read More »The Most Historical Hotel Room in the Philippines – Manila Hotel’s Mac Arthur Suite.