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Hotels in Manila

This beautiful city is filled with a wealth of cultural influences, ranging from Indian and Chinese to American and Spanish, creating a vibrant and lively capital known to Filipinos as ‘The City of Our Affections’.

As the general arrival point for those travelling to the Philippines, you can relish in the fact that there’s a diverse range of hotels in Manila situated close to the airports and throughout the city.

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4 star_rating Traders Hotel, Manila

Traders Hotel boasts a superb location on Roxas Boulevard, which is known for splendid sunsets. Guests have access to outdoor swimming pools where taking a refreshing dip or respite from the city pace and rooms that are elegantly decorated.

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£45
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5 star_rating Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort & Spa, Manila

On the island of Cebu, this sanctuary is an incredible resort where all ages and tastes will be delighted. Whether snorkelling in the hotel’s beachfront aquarium, enjoying a massage in the spa, dining on fresh seafood or relaxing at the pool bar, this resort is ideal for those seeking high standards.

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£121
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Manila Destination Guide

With a reputation for being a bustling metropolis, the city also has a soft side located in the numerous parks spread throughout the landscape. These include Rizal Park with its Chinese and Japanese garden surrounded by long winding paths, an orchid area, theatre stage and planetarium. You can also experience the history of this great place at Fort Santiago in Intramuros, a former prison that’s been converted into a beautiful park surrounded by colonial era buildings.

Other places to visit include Enchanted Kingdom; a fun packed theme park that’s one of the city’s biggest attractions, offering fun for those of all ages. And don’t forget to check out the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay, the world’s third largest shopping mall, offering everyone amazing retail opportunities.

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