Accommodation rating: Superior
Opened in 1912, the Manila Hotel is a landmark in Manila, the home of high society visitors and often a scene of historic events. The hotel has been home to some distinguished guests over the years, most notably General Douglas MacArthur who established his command post here during the Japanese invasion, and after whom the penthouse suite is named. Marlon Brando, Senator Robert Kennedy, President Dwight Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson and The Beatles have all also stayed here. A magnificent green tile roofed California Missionary-styled building, its location in the historic district of Manila means rooms overlook Manila Bay and its magnificent sunsets, or the fascinating view of Intramuros. All 500 rooms and suites include wireless internet access, coffee / tea making facilities, separate bathtub and walk-in rain shower, air conditioning, LCD television, minibar and safe. Dine at the Mabuhay Palace for a taste of authentic Cantonese dishes, French cuisine at the Champagne Room, or international dishes at the Café Ilang-Ilang.
Please call 020 3813 2966 for more information or to make a booking.