Best Value Hotels in Metro Manila

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Take a look at the top value hotels in Muntinlupa, Makati, Manila, Pasay, and Quezon City, in the Metro Manila region of the Philippines. 

  1. Acacia is a luxury hotel offering great value. Rooms are stylish and contemporary, with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, memory foam beds, pillow menus, and large bathrooms with walk-in showers and separate soaking tubs. On-site amenities include several dining options, a rooftop pool, a small spa, and a solid fitness center. Freebies such as Wi-Fi, parking, breakfast, and shuttle service to local destinations are great perks -- but the location in a suburban area outside of central Manila is not ideal for those looking to explore the city's sights.

  2. The Bellevue is a luxury business hotel with generally more affordable rates than most Makati luxury properties. Located in a quiet area in Alabang -- an opulent shopping and business district -- the hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free on-site parking, and free shuttle service to nearby malls. Rooms are spacious and modern (if a tad plain) with flat-screen LCD TVs, iPod docks, and minibars. With two restaurants, two pools, a fitness center, a spa, and a rooftop bar with some of the best views around, this is a solid luxury option for those looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of central Manila -- but tourists looking to explore the main attractions may want to note that most are a long drive away.

  3. This mid-range hotel offers good value in central Makati, near shopping, dining and nightlife. Rooms are a little bland but homey, with flat-screen, minibars, and free Wi-Fi; some have skyline views. The property features all the amenities expected of an upper-middle-range hotel -- including two restaurants, a small spa, and a fitness center -- plus a rooftop pool with expansive views, and free parking. Free bottled water, coffee, and juice are in the lobby. The location is convenient for business travelers, but those looking to explore the sights in Manila may want to note that they’re all a 15-minute drive away. 

  4. The Y2 Residence Hotel is a solid pick for young tourists and families, with striking decor inspired by anime as well as yin and yang. The spacious studios and apartments are equipped with kitchenettes and up to two bedrooms, and notable features include a rooftop pool with panoramic city views and a hip restaurant serving South Asian cuisine. The location in Makati is convenient for business travelers and for those looking to experience the area’s shopping and nightlife scenes -- but historic attractions are a long drive away. Light sleepers may want to note that exterior rooms on lower floors get some traffic noise.

  5. The 61-room Crown Regency Hotel is a small boutique hotel in central Makati with competitive rates year round (especially by Makati standards). All rooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, electric kettles, and air-conditioning, but most are small and in urgent need of an update. There is a small diner-style restaurant off the lobby, a well-equipped gym, meeting space, and free Wi-Fi throughout. But the highlight is the hotel’s location within walking distance of several renowned malls and varied nightlife.

  6. White Knight Hotel is a charming 29-room boutique housed in a lovely colonial mansion located in the heart of Intramuros. Rooms are simple but cute and spacious, with classic Filipino decor, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and large bathrooms. The hotel has few on-site amenities aside from a small traditional local restaurant -- but affordable rates and attention to detail make this a great pick for those looking to be within walking distance of major historic attractions without breaking the bank.

  7. The Kabayan is a decent budget option in Pasay, near the airport and public transport. Rooms are tiny and barebones, but rates are some of the most affordable around, and freebies such as Wi-Fi and a hearty Filipino breakfast add value. Probably the most outstanding feature here are the Japanese-style Kapsule Rooms, which offer more privacy than dorms and a unique experience (yet not one for claustrophobic travelers!). A cheap cafe serving up traditional Filipino cuisine, on-site parking, and airport transfer service (for a fee) is all there is in the way of amenities.

  8. Soleste Suites is a small boutique offering good value in Quezon City. Rooms feature contemporary decor with a few stylish details, and solid amenities, such as flat-screen TVs, minibars or mini-fridges, and electric kettles. For a budget property, the hotel offers a good amount of on-site amenities, including a small fitness room; a cafe serving snacks and a few entrees, and a business center. Rates are not the lowest around, but freebies such as Wi-Fi, a la carte breakfast, and parking add value. Just note that rooms facing the highway can get some traffic noise even at night, and that the hotel is a 30-minute drive from Manila’s historic center.

  9. Artina Suites Hotel offers competitive prices and a no-frills, homey stay within walking distance of famous restaurants and nightlife spots around Makati Avenue. It features 41 spacious suites with microwaves, mini-fridges, plasma TVs and free Wi-Fi. A small restaurant and a meeting room is all there is in the way of amenities -- but freebies such as breakfast and on-site parking are good perks. Overall, the property offers good value, but light sleepers may want to request a room facing the rear of the building, as East Zobel Street is busy and loud.

  10. The Mabuhay Manor is a small, no-frills property offering good value in Pasay, near the airport and the Mall of Asia. Families on a budget would do well here, as the hotel offers an array of large rooms for up to six guests, a kiddy pool, and a selection of games for children. Rooms are basic, with old technologies, dated decor, and little natural light -- but clean and overall adequate for the price. Perks include a pleasant outdoor pool, a small fitness center, and a traditional Filipino restaurant, plus a few great freebies, such as Wi-Fi, one-way airport transfer, on-site parking, and breakfast buffet.

  11. The Oasis is a pleasant mid-range boutique offering spacious, classic rooms with flat-screen TVs and minibars at affordable rates. There is a big pool (no loungers, though) and a wine bar, but the highlight here is My Kitchen by Chef Chris, a renowned Italian restaurant popular among Manila foodies. The location is convenient for tourists and business travelers alike, as Makati and Intramuros are a short drive away. Just note that only a handful of rooms feature Wi-Fi, and that there have been complaints of poor room soundproofing.

  12. Stone House Quezon City is a basic hotel option near nightlife along Tomas Morato Avenue. Rooms vary in size and style, with a few spacious, contemporary units for up to four guests, and many tiny rooms with dated decor and old technologies. There is a pleasant rooftop garden and terrace with expansive views, and a cheap restaurant with live jazz every night -- but little else in the way of amenities. Rates are some of the cheapest in this area, but those who can afford to pay a few extra pesos can probably find better deals nearby.

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