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Armada Hotel Manila
3.5/579 Reviews
Manila Bay
I booked online, upon check in FO staffs said they don’t received yet my booking confirmation, I showed confirmation but she is hesitant to look at it, as she said should be on her system. So I wait for a while, by the way it’s past 6 pm .. and tired from airport. Room is spacious, comfortable king size bed. Limited time room amenities, garbage on side table not cleared, trash still in the bin, toilet not so clean and disposable slippers is open and used. At this point, I’m more disappointed. Breakfast is not so well. Below average in same hotel categories. The bread are nice, looks homemade. Most of staffs are trainee. Bellman, concierge are willing and ready to assist always.
JMM Apartment Suites
3.7/50 Reviews
Malate
Nice location, room small but clean. Good service and security
Heroes Hotel
4/563 Reviews
Malate
Great clean hotel for a great price. Decorations and staff were amazing! Easily the best part. They also provide helpful tools to plan your vacation and clean filtered water. The outlets will work with any (at least most) style of plug. The rooftop also has a fantastic restaurant and bar area! There is even a sauna up there too. They also allow bicycle rentals from the lobby if feeling adventurous. My only real complaint is the stairwell could definitely use better lighting. Oh also the airport shuttle is paid, but that goes for everywhere in the country so far
Pearl Manila Hotel
3.2/514 Reviews
It's really rubbish. Apart from the good attitude of the front desk service, nothing is the same. When I entered the house, the water was stopped. The hot water suddenly became cold and hot. The bottled water drank almost the same as the water in the swimming pool. All kinds of furniture were about to fall apart. The sound of air conditioning sounded equivalent to the level of aircraft engines. In addition, I did n’t understand when I first came to Manila. Ctrip wrote xx kilometers from the city center. This city center is the old city of Manila. The real urban area is in Makati. I'm still wondering how I couldn't find a five-star hotel in Manila
Manila Grand Opera Hotel
3.8/544 Reviews
Good points first: 1. Generally nice people 2. Close to a convenience store and fast food 3. Close to groceries and shops For improvement: 1. They charge for extra pillow 2. Basic breakfast, plated 3. Very tight shower and bathroom. Water splashes from shower spilled thru the whole bathroom area. Yet very small rag to wipe off the water 4. Shower drain takes time to suck in the water which causes a puddle 5. Takes time to contact them. Seems like no one is attending to them. Tried 5 times contacting house keeping, none... 6. Not enough electric outlets. Just 2 for the entire room which can accommodate 2 to 3 persons 7. They only give 1 key by default. You can request additional though.
Sheraton Manila Bay
4.5/5126 Reviews
Manila Bay
This hotel is adequate, but slightly overpriced vs. competition. While they have updated the lobby in recent years, from what I can tell there has been little effort to update guest rooms, which are dated vs. other 5 star properties like the Westin. The one differentiating factor this hotel previously had was a great breakfast buffet served in the Pacific Lounge on the 21st floor with floor to ceiling windows that gave a sweeping view of the skyline and the bay. It was carpeted with cushioned club chairs and those soft surfaces absorbed noise and the overall experience was a great way to start your day compared to the crowded and loud breakfast buffets at other 5 star hotels. Well someone decided to spend a lot of money to destroy that experience. They have opened a new restaurant on the first floor that is loud, crowded and gives you a view of 7-11 across the street instead of the bay. I spoke to the GM about this, so he already knows my opinion, but what continues to strike me is his point that the Pacific Lounge is “a premium space” - yes Sir, that’s true and previously it was one that virtually all your guests got to enjoy which is exactly why it was THE difference maker for this hotel. I came back thru Manila for a night on May 15 and was going to try the Sheraton one more time, but it was fully booked. Instead I stayed at the Westin for less money. There was no comparison- the Westin’s rooms have a much higher end finish, their food was better, and the service there was far superior like being provided a welcome drink and the Manager sending fruit to my room with a welcome note. The Sheraton Manila Bay is no longer on par with Manila’s best hotels

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