I stayed here with my daughter in December '12. Originally we planned on only staying one night but due to a typhoon and cancelled flights, stayed for three nights.
We had two different rooms and it was like staying in two completely different hotels.
The first room was down stairs. It was a very average room - clean, but old, run down and noisy. Nothing that would inspire a longer stay.
Then the typhoon hit and we had to extend our stay. We moved to an up stairs room for the same price (I think it was a P2000 promo) and this room was amazing - leather couches, spacious, great bathroom. Really felt like two completely different hotels.
The restaurant is expensive but serves decent food, staff are friendly and helpful. They tried contacting the airlines to see if our flights were able to depart.
Wifi reception is poor and not what you except for the price you pay.
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- Manila's Original Boutique Hotel, the Oasis Park Hotel features comfortable 50 room hotel built around a spacious swimming pool, restaurant, cafe and sports bar, and is truly an oasis in the heart of downtown Manila. The restaurant and bar facilities have been expanded to provide a choice of air-conditioned or alfresco dining. ... more less
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