List of hotels in Metro Manila

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This is a list of hotels in Metro Manila . The list includes both current and historic hotels.


List of hotels

Current hotels in Metro Manila
Admiral Hotel Malate 1939Historic hotel designed by Fernando H. Ocampo and completed in 1939 to be redeveloped as the Admiral Suite Hotel by 2017 in partnership with Accor S.A.
Conrad Hotel Manila Conrad Hotel Manila.JPG Bay City 350mid-2015The first Conrad Hotels & Resorts branded property in the Philippines. [1]
Century Park Hotel 04988jfStreets Harrison Plaza SM Century Park Buildings Malate Manilafvf 06.jpg Malate 4781976Formerly the Century Park Sheraton Manila
Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria Ortigas Center 26320052nd hotel in the Robinsons Galleria complex after Holiday Inn Galleria (formerly Manila Galleria Suites) [2]
Discovery Primea Makati CBD 1412014Luxury serviced residences in Makati CBD [3]
Edsa Shangri-La, Manila Ph=mm=mandaluyong=edsa=ortigas center=edsa shangri-la hotel - aerial shot from bsa twin towers -philippines--2015-0526--ls-.JPG Ortigas Center 6311992formerly known as Edsa Plaza Hotel [4]
Hyatt City of Dreams Manila Entertainment City 3652014 [5]
InterContinental Manila Makati CBD 332April 11, 1969The first hotel to rise in Ayala Center, It was designed by National Artist Leandro Locsin. Closed on December 31, 2015. [6]
Luneta Hotel Luneta Hotel.jpg Ermita 271919Historic hotel near Rizal Park reopened in June 2014 [7]
Makati Shangri-La Manila Makati srl.jpg Makati CBD 696April 27, 1993Located on the site of the former Rizal Theater (demolished in 1990) [8]
Mandarin Oriental Manila Makati CBD 4421976Closed September 2014 [9]
Manila Hotel Manila hotel luneta (2012).jpg Ermita 5701912The oldest premiere hotel in the Philippines [10]
Manila Grand Opera Hotel ManilaOperaHousejf7591 04.JPG Santa Cruz 2052008Built on the site of the former Manila Grand Opera House [11]
Marco Polo Ortigas Manila Ortigas Center 3162014The first Marco Polo hotel in Manila [12]
Marriott Hotel Manila Newport City 3422009One of the 3 hotels to rise in Resorts World Manila [13]
Mercure Manila Ortigas Ortigas Center 1502015 [14]
Novotel Manila Araneta Center Novotel Manila Araneta Center.jpg Araneta Center 4012015The largest hotel in Quezon City. [15] [16]
Oakwood Premier Joy~Nostalg Center Manila Ortigas Center 2302009Relocated from Makati when Ascott took the latter in 2009 [17]
Okada Manila Okada Manila.jpg Entertainment City 9932016Third and largest resort-casino to rise in Entertainment City
Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila Bonifacio Global City 5762016Third hotel to rise in Bonifacio Global City
Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila Pasay 6091976Formerly Known as Philippine Plaza Hotel and Westin Philippine Plaza under Starwood Hotels in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex [18]
Solaire Resort & Casino Entertainment City 488March 16, 2013First resort-casino to rise in Entertainment City [19]
The Peninsula Manila Makati CBD 543September 1976Site of the Manila Peninsula rebellion in 2007 [20]

List of hotels under construction, on-hold or proposed

Future hotels in Metro Manila
Crockfords Tower Manila Entertainment City 2018Scheduled to open in 2018. [21]
Genting Grand Manila Entertainment City 2018Scheduled to open in 2018. [21]
Grand Hyatt Manila Bonifacio Global City 4382017Scheduled to open in the second quarter of 2017. [22]
Hilton Manila Newport City 3502017Scheduled to open in 2017. [23]
Hotel Okura Manila Entertainment City 2018Scheduled to open in 2018. [21]
Mercure Manila Ermita Ermita 500TBAOriginally targeted for completion in 2015. [24]
Mövenpick Hotel Manila Makati Poblacion 324TBAFirst Movenpick Hotel in Manila, 2nd hotel to rise in the Philippines. [25]
Novotel Manila Emerald Suites Ortigas Center 1502017The second Novotel to rise in Manila opens 2017. [24]
Novotel Suites Manila Mandaluyong 3102019A 4-star hotel project within Century Properties' Acqua Private Residences development. [26]
Pullman Manila at Primex Tower Greenhills TBAFirst Pullman Hotels and Resorts property brand in the Philippines within Primex Realty Corporation
Radisson Blu Global City Bonifacio Global City TBAProposed hotel in the SM Aura complex.
Sheraton Manila Newport City 3502017The 2nd Sheraton Brand in Manila . [27]
The Westin Manila Bayshore Entertainment City 6002018The return of the Westin brand in the Philippines since 2007. [28] [21]
The Westin Manila Sonata Place Ortigas Center 2019Scheduled to open in 2019. [29]

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