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Century Park Hotel Manila

599 P. Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines, 1004
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24-Hour Front Desk

Nearby attractions
Harrison Plaza
(0.08 km)
Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
(0.25 km)
Rizal Memorial Stadium
(0.26 km)
Central Bank of the Philippines
(0.27 km)
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19 Traveloka customers have stayed in this hotel and given reviews:

nice and good location hotel..
This was our 3rd staycation in CPH. First two was great. This last one was quite fair. breakfast buffet menu were mostly fried and oily. Chicken, sausage and bacon were too greasy and hard to munch. It took time for them to refill as well. My son who is 9 years old only ate pancakes and it took him 2hrs for a refill. Most items were refilled mostly 1-2hrs apart. So sad this happened during our stay.
My sons enjoy their stay and requesting to stay again.
Stay was great! I will come back.
I booked my family at Century Park Hotel Manila for my wedding. Next morning they decided to eat breakfast but the receptionist didn't acknowledge them. It was their first time to stay and it was a bad experience! Service was so bad! They even told me that they will investigate about it. And until now they didn't even know what happened!
nice location and good service!
We had a great time staying at Century park hotel
Friendly staffs and we had a good stay.
Very good nice place, easy city access
love this hotel, been here several times and i'm definitely coming back, nice staff and very welcoming..
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It was much better in the past
We stayed here many years ago, and we wanted to bring back some good memories, luckily the memories are still there, but the hotel is going downhill even after there so called refurbishment. The only thing what is still good is the breakfast. Atmosphere is gone, what is a pity.
Couples - Sep 18, 2017
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Stylish and Classy Staycation
Century Park Hotel is old yet continues to maintain its classy feel. The twin-sharing rooms are spacious and comfortable. The toilet/bathroom comes with a bathtub and hair dryer for women guests to dry their hair after bathing.The beds are very inviting, making one feel well-rested. The pool is great for enjoying the sun. The Cafe at the Park serves good breakfast buffet. I love their chicken adobo and tinapang galungong. Overall, my staycation was worth every minute of it! I will definitely come back again.
Couples - Sep 17, 2017
Value for money hotel in Manila with manageable access to historical places and shopping malls
Staff are courteous and helpful. Room had basic amenities and was clean. Airconditioning was cold. Breakfast offered a variety of food. It has a lobby with high ceiling where one can relax and listen to music at night. Sadly, the gym was being renovated. But it has a swimming pool. It is across a shopping mall. It is a manageable distance by car to some historical places in Manila like Intramuros, Manila cathedral, Malate church, Cultural Center of the Philippines. Other malls are also accessible from the hotel. It's also near Manila bay. Parking is free.
Business - Sep 16, 2017
The total room refurbishment has delivered comfort and style
Since I last stayed at this property in 2012, all rooms in this 500 room large 1970s-built hotel have been completely refurbished. While it is not attractive to view from its exterior, do not make the mistake of judging a book by its cover. We arrived late at night and were informed that only a smoking Queen room or a non-smoking twin room was available. However we were quickly upgraded to a non-smoking King room on the 15th floor. The four lifts were fast at all times and very quiet. The room had a connecting door (blocked by a desk) but I did not notice any noise from the next room. Our room had a heavy door that opened and closed quietly, a safety deposit box and bar fridge (the latter bare save for four bottles of free water), an excellent desk and a good modern flatscreen television, a most welcome ironing board and iron (with a hairdryer in a bathroom drawer), effective and quiet airconditoning, excellent blackout curtains and bedside tables. Lighting was very good. While the light switches were marked by the side of the bed closer to the window, the panel next to the bathroom door was not, so at times I switched on the wrong light. There was a lounge chair with ottoman. The room had a very good of a serene Manila Bay. It was pleasant to watch the ships slowly roll by. Views of the famous Manila Bay sunset would also be available. The bathroom had a heavy wooden door. This led to the toilet roll holder being awkwardly placed way back from the toilet, which required some dexterity to access the toilet paper. A spare roll was supplied. The walk in shower was large and had a terrific overhead rainshower. At times the water could become very hot so I would suggest standing as much as one can to the side while finding a comfortable water temperature for one's pores. The bathroom did not fog up provided that the door was left open. The large soaking bath was spotless but I did not avail. The handbasin was recessed: not my number one design, but it worked. Amenities were provided such as shampoo and a good soap. The bedroom had lovely carpet and hence was very quiet. I enjoyed breakfast and lunch at Cafe in the Park on the ground floor. The lunch was terrific with a wide variety. Miniature desserts such as dainty eclairs and mousses and miniature buko pandan were the standout but the fried chicken with an orange sauce was most enjoyable. The breakfast was also very good with pleasant yoghurt and bacon, as well as a number of Asian selections. At breakfast the hotel was very busy, a contrast to lunch although I was a late attendee for the latter. The pool is a 50 metre lap pool (six feet deep) plus a curved second pool that has a roped off four feet depth for children but in its other part is up to 10 feet deep. There is also a jacuzzi where the water was extremely hot along with sun lounges and the ability to order food and drink. Room attendant Manel (female) was very helpful. Checkout was quick. It is a 10 minute taxi trip down to Robinsons Place Ermita, an excellent shopping centre, while the huge Mall of Asia is about 15 minutes away in the other direction. There is a KFC near the Century Park Hotel and many other restaurants in Malate or Ermita. This hotel is not far from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport - in minimal traffic 20 minutes, in heavy traffic 30 to 40 - and represents great value now that the rooms have been renovated.
Couples - Sep 10, 2017
Over priced
This is a pretty nice hotel. The rooms are comfortable and housekeeping does a good job. Security is good, but they harass female visitors, demand that they sign in, and give them ID. Food and drinks are vey expensive in the hotel. The area is medium level. Nothing to do in the area at night.
Solo travel - Aug 8, 2017
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      Staying at Century Park Hotel Manila is a good choice when you are visiting Malate.

      The hotel has a very good location, also near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL), which is only 6.1 km away.

      This hotel is very easy to find since it is strategically positioned close to public facilities.

      About Century Park Hotel Manila

      Be ready to get the unforgettable stay experience by its exclusive service, completed by a full range of facilities to cater all your needs.

      24-hours front desk is available to serve you, from check-in to check-out, or any assistance you need. Should you desire more, do not hesitate to ask the front desk, we are always ready to accommodate you.

      Century Park Hotel Manila is a hotel with great comfort and excellent service according to most hotel's guests.

      Get precious and unforgettable moment during your stay at Century Park Hotel Manila.

      Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
      Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
      Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
      • The name on the credit card used at check-in to pay for incidentals must be the primary name on the guestroom reservation.
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