This was my first hotel stay in the Philippines. On the brochure it looks nice but in reality another story. When I saw the room and bathroom I wanted to check out. Needs lots of upgrading and cleaning. There was so much noise from the traffic, even with the windows closed I did not sleep at all. I had breakfast in the hotel and it was ok. The service was good. On the plus side the hotel is close to a large shopping mall. I thought this hotel was over priced and hotel asks for a damage deposit on check in and refunded if there is no damage.
Would I recommend it? Definitely NOT.
- Also Known As:
- Palm Plaza Manila
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At Palm Plaza Hotel - it's all about LOCATION! Right across the hotel building is the tourist belt area's largest shopping mall (Robinson's Ermita),complete with shops, restaurants, bars cinemas and more. The hotel's strategic location puts it in the middle of Central Manila's top hospitals, universities, banks, night life and a mere 5-minute walk to Roxas Boulevard's famous Manila Bay sunset.A 10-minute walk into the city proper brings one into the convenient Light Rail Transit (LRT)which brings you all over the metropolis main areas of commerce, business, gov'te and educational centers.The hotel offers FREE WI FI in its public areas & guest rooms; basic in room amenities & services. ... more less
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