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Where to stay in Manila: Best areas for travelers

  • Makati: Featuring some of the most renowned attractions in Manila, this place ought to be high on your list. Why not use the Discovery Primea as your base to check out Ayala Center? Also look up the rates at The Peninsula Manila and the OYO 507 Terran Suites. You'll be able to cross off this neighborhood's other superb sights from any of these hotel options.

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Manila Vacations

Let your senses be your guide on your adventure in the South Pacific. The island nation of the Philippines—and its capital city, Manila—are a feast for your faculties. Your eyes will marvel at the world’s smallest volcano, set on its own island in the middle of a modest lake. Smell the robust aroma of a rich cup of coffee wafting in the air from a sidewalk café near a museum in the Luneta neighborhood. Taste the exotic flavors from a street vendor’s cart in Intramuros. Feel the fine silks and other garments at a curio shop in Ermita. And hear the pulsating sounds flowing from the nightclubs along Roxas Boulevard that runs from Paranaque City to downtown. Looking for a vacation destination with a rich culture, underground indie scene, and stunning architecture? Try Manila. This densely-populated metropolis boasts some of the most historic and significant landmarks in the country. Let Travelocity help you choose from a selection of Manila vacation packages to send you on your way to this unique Asian city. When you bundle your travel and accommodations together, you’ll save more money than Imelda Marcos has shoes.

Manila Hotels

As with any getaway, finding the proper place to stay while on your Manila vacation can be just as important as the attractions you will visit, the places you will eat, and the events you will attend. Here are some of our favorite popular hotels in the Philippines capital that can be included in Travelocity’s vacation packages in Manila:

  • Dusit Thani Manila – Centrally located in the Makati central business district, the Dusit Thani is well-positioned for the corporate traveler, with an on-site business center, exchange service, and flexible meeting spaces. Vacationers will appreciate the Devarana Spa, shopping arcade, and six dining options. No matter the reason for your visit, the posh guestrooms at this opulent 5-star hotel will help you end the day in restful slumber.
  • Heritage Hotel - Manila – Just steps away from the Mall of Asia, the Blue Bay Walk, and other waterfront attractions along the Libertad Channel, the Heritage is an ideal home base for your Manila adventure. Wander along embassy row on your way to the area’s museums and cultural centers. After you’ve meandered throughout Manila, head back to the Heritage where you’ll find imaginative pieces of abstract art adorning the impressive 5-star property.
  • The Peninsula Manila – Historic and refined, this distinguished and much-photographed Manila landmark is as much a destination as its surrounding attractions. The bright and airy guestrooms allow the natural light to cloak the room in sunshine while offering expansive city views. Treat yourself to an attentive session in the Peninsula Spa. And have your kids create a handmade pasalubong souvenir to take back home with an on-site arts-and-crafts class.
  • Remington Hotel – The Remington may be conveniently located next to the Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport, but it is anything but a roadside motel. Designed as an upscale option for the business traveler, the property is more than luxurious enough for a pleasure stay, too. Spend the evening at either the Jardin Garden Club or House Manila nightclubs on-site before retiring to your contemporary guestroom.

From History to Hipster

Stretch your legs after your long trans-Pacific flight with a stroll around Rizal Park. Or, head out to Tagaytay Bridge for a view of Taal Volcano on the island of Luzon in the middle of Taal Lake. No getaway in Manila would be complete without a visit to the historic—and lovely—walled city of Intramuros. Once you've settled into one of the many great hotels In Manila, be sure to carve aside some time to explore this landmark of a town. With beautiful old houses and meandering streets, you may not want to leave. Book a Manila car rental so you can see all the sights. Make sure you do, as Manila also has a seriously fun and modern side. From speakeasies to art galleries, live shows to local artisan markets, there's something for every wise wanderer in this capital city.

Fun Festivals

Consider Manila's many fun and unique festivals when choosing from among the many flights. Check out the bamboo organ festival, typically held in February. The instrument, housed in St. Joseph's Parish, is known far and wide for its historical and musical significance. The month of May boasts an impressive array of festivals, from the Flores de Mayo to the colorful San Isidro Festival. Finally, if you're spending the holidays in Manila, be sure to check out the local churches around Christmas for some impressive displays of pageantry.

From Manila package deals to all-inclusive bundles, vacations in the Filipino city are easy to navigate with the help of Travelocity. If you find a cheaper deal, Travelocity will match the price and refund the difference. Let Travelocity do the dirty work so you can get on with your vacation in Manila. You might even save enough money to start your own shoe collection.

Tours and Activities in Manila

Traveling isn't only about kicking back and recharging; it's about heading away from your comfort zone and trying different things. Are you all set for some epic new experiences?

If organizing an itinerary isn't your thing, don't fret — we've got your back. Manila provides an excellent range of things to do. Here are some suggestions:

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Manila?
$956 is all you’ll need for a wonderful vacation in Manila. Bundle your hotel and flights into a Travelocity vacation package and watch all the savings start to pile up. With such good prices, it’s never been more tempting to travel.
How long should my Manila vacation be?
Typically, 3 nights is what most travelers book for their Manila trip. That’s a great guide, but there’s so much more to discover if you allow yourself a few extra days.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Manila?
You can lock in fantastic Manila package deals with Travelocity. Pick from as many as 400 air carriers and 665,000 properties worldwide and turn those travel dreams into a reality.
Why should I book my Manila vacation package via Travelocity?
We’ve got 24/7 support, exceptional service and a Price Match Guarantee. Life’s a great big journey — and we have alluring destinations for you to journey to all across the globe. Roam with us and your bank balance will thank you for it.
Can I save money on my Manila car rental if I bundle it with my hotel or flight?
You sure can with our Manila vacation packages. With one of these, there are plenty of ways to stretch your budget further. Bundle any two or more car, flight, hotel and tour bookings and see the savings start to grow. With your own ride, all the attractions in and around Manila are just a road trip away.
What is the best time of year to go to Manila?
May, April, June are the most popular months for travelers to visit, while September, November, October are usually quieter. If you’re traveling with a limited budget, think about visiting in August. February is usually regarded as the costliest time of the year to stay here.
Which airport is best for Manila?
Manila (MNL-Ninoy Aquino Intl.) is the starting point of your Manila getaway. Located 6 mi south of Manila, it welcomes travelers from all over every day. Another fantastic option is Angeles City (CRK-Clark Intl.), 50 mi away from central Manila.
What is there to do in Manila?
You’ll feel a certain magic in the air as you stroll through the streets of Manila. SM Mall of Asia and Rizal Park are just a couple of famous sights that entice visitors to this wonderful city, so add them to your list of places to see.
Where should I stay when visiting Manila?
You have plenty of options, with Makati and Pasay being the most sought-after areas among tourists. If the former better suits your plans in Manila, have a look at the Makati Shangri-la Hotel, Manila (5.0 stars) and the City Garden GRAND Hotel (4.5 stars). If you go with the latter, check in to the Holiday Inn Express Manila Newport City (3.0 stars) or the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila (5.0 stars).

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on Travelocity.com from 2019-04-01 - 2020-03-31 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.