Metropolitan Manila - Metro Manila (National Capital Region)
(Filipino: Kalakhang Maynila, Kamaynilaan), commonly known as Metro Manila, the National Capital Region (NCR)
Hotels near City Hall Manila
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Manila Hotel - located in front of Manila Hotel. This park has sidewalk cafes, Chinese and Japanese gardens, a planetarium, a topographical map of the Philippines and “dancing” fountains in a man-made lagoon.
Bayview Park Hotel - located in the heart of the tourist district along the famous Roxas Boulevard, we are just a walk away from Intramuros and it is situated directly opposite the landmark American Embassy building.
Best Western Hotel La Corona Hotel - is only about 300 meters from the United States Embassy, five kilometers from the Japanese Embassy, and less than nine kilometers from most other embassies. A first-class shopping mall is only 800 meters away.
Grand Opera Hotel Manila - was an egalitarian landmark that hosted American officials, the first Philippine Assembly, prima ballerinas, Philippine divas and the world’s top musicians, budding painters who later became national artists and all struggling and major stars of the country’s vibrant music and theater scenes.
Manila Pavilion Hotel - situated in the heart of Manila, this property is opposite to the Rizal National Park and close to the historic walled city of Intramuros.
Miramar Hotel - built in the 1930's in the Art Deco style and sensitively refurbished in 2005, the 5-storey Miramar stands out as an architectural gem, one of very few buildings linking bustling Manila to a graceful and elegant era.
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