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Our Guide To Manila Hotels Near The Airport

You know the world is your oyster and you have the opportunity to visit a city teeming with life…where locals gorge on balut, pull out their cards, and play game after game of pusoy dos. A place where the pace of life seems to move faster than most other cities and the local people greet like you were a long lost friend who finally came home.

From our hotels in Manila, you’ll be close to most of the major attractions “The Pearl of the Orient” has to offer. Everything from the Walled City of Intramuros to the Cultural Center of the Philippines will be at your fingertips when booking one of the cheap hotels near Manila. All you have to do now is plan and go.

Where to Stay in Manila

You’ve outgrown the days of staying in backpacker hostels during your well-deserved vacation and upgraded to resorts with more stars than a Hollywood walk of fame. Why? Because you enjoy the finer things. And after a long day of exploring the areas of Makati and Intramuros, you’ll want to put your feet up at one of the best places to stay in Manila:

  • Fairmont Makati, Manila: By reserving a room at this lovely Manila accommodation, you’ll be within walking distance of the Greenbelt. It’s an outdoor park and shopping center that’s home to more than few viable options for eating and window shopping. After you’ve filled up on tasty treats and bought a new wardrobe, make your way to the AltromondoGallery.
  • Dusit Thani Manila: There’s more than one way to spell luxury and one of them is D-U-S-I-T T-H-A-N-I. This is one of the fanciest hotels in town and happens to be located in the center of Makati. After you wake up and enjoy a breakfast of tapsilog—marinated beef, egg, and fried rice—make your way to the spa. The six well-appointed treatment rooms are there to make you as relaxed as possible. And relax, you will.
  • Heritage Hotel – Manila: You don’t have to count the stars or sheep to fall asleep. All you have to do is stay at the Heritage Hotel. This 5-star joint has everything from single-bed rooms to penthouse suites and when hunger arises, enjoy a meal at the Riviera Café. In the morning, head to the waterfront and see what’s going on at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Catch a Ballet Philippines performance and the Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group if the opportunity arises.
  • Holiday Inn & Suites Makati: If you’re looking for one of the Manila hotels that’s a little more budget-friendly, look no further than this cozy hotel. Take advantage of the tourist desk and sign up for an Intramuros Tour so you can get inside look at the Walled City. You’ll enjoy such sites like Fort Santiago, the Rizal Shrine, Plaza Mayor, and Plaza de Roma.

Explore the City

From the outer suburbs of Makati and Pasay to the central business district, there’s no shortage of great things to do and see. Take a self-guided downtown Manila tour that’ll begin in Plaza Miranda. This public square in the Quipao district is considered to be Manila’s Times Square. Keep making your way through town, passing through Raon, Villalobos, and Palanca Streets before you finally come to Quinta Market. If you want to load up on Philippine souvenirs, this is the place to do it. Eventually, you’ll make your way through Chinatown and the tour will end at the Binondo Church. Be sure to bring your camera with you.

You’re a wise wanderer with an urge to travel that’s stronger than most. And not just to visit a place because it’s close and convenient, but to go to a land that’s mysterious and full of culture. Now where do you stay? Luckily for you, Travelocity has an incredible list of hotels in Manila that will serve as your home away from home when you’re relaxing in the “Pearl of the Orient.” It’s not just oysters that contain pearls, the Philippines does as well.

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