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Cheap hostel/hotel in Manila

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1. Posted by bwiiian (Travel Guru 768 posts) 9y

Hi, I am going to Manila with my girlfriend in june and we are looking for a very cheap but nice hostel/hotel to stay in. Hostelworld doesnt really have anything so if anyone knows any hidden gems that would be great. Thanks, Bri.

2. Posted by sassy_girl (Budding Member 15 posts) 9y

If you want to stay in Makati (Manila's business district), CEO Suites (632) 897-7272 is the cheapest i could find, PHP 2,317.50 standard room inclusive of breakfast & tax. Next is City Garden (632) 899-1111, Php 2,900++ with breakfast.

Take care!

Sassy

3. Posted by bwiiian (Travel Guru 768 posts) 9y

cheers Sassy_girl, they sound great. I shall have a look at them now.

Bri

4. Posted by sassy_girl (Budding Member 15 posts) 9y

Glad to be of help!! :)

Sassy

5. Posted by karazyal (Travel Guru 1587 posts) 9y

Quoting bwiiian

Hi, I am going to Manila with my girlfriend in june and we are looking for a very cheap but nice hostel/hotel to stay in. Hostelworld doesnt really have anything so if anyone knows any hidden gems that would be great. Thanks, Bri.

You didn't mention how much per night "cheap" means to you.

Here is a link to a hotel in the Ermita area on Mabini Street.
http://www.citystatetowerhotel.com.ph/accommodations.html

Good points for this area are that this hotel is close to Robinson Mall which you can easily walk to in a few minutes, for the new Mall of Asia a meter taxi cab ride is around 70 pisos. There are restaurants, internet shops and banks and ATMs in this area.

This hotel is not far from the casino on United Nations and within walking distance of the MRT.

There are bars in this area if that is a concern to you. LA Cafe and G Point Pub are two that I recall. G Point, on Padre Faura, has decent food and drink specials every day.

Other hotels are in this area, some are cheaper and some are more expensive. I often book one or 2 nights at a new hotel and take some time to look around for a change if needed.

6. Posted by bwiiian (Travel Guru 768 posts) 9y

well when i mean cheap i mean a hostel that has a double room in it. I am used to travelling on my own and always stay in hostels. Just somewhere to sleep thats all. So the cheaper the better, I just didnt want to stay in a place that was really unpleasant.