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"Mention San Juan and a shopper's face lights up; it is home to Greenhills Shopping Center, a 16-hectare bargain haven. Here, you can snap up deals on clothes, local delicacies, furniture, pearl jewelry, handicrafts, among other merchandise. Also, get ready to get soaking wet and party in the streets every June 24, the Feast of St. John the Baptist."

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BEDROOM Greenhills Elan Hotel Modern - Multi-Use Hotel

Greenhills Elan Hotel Modern - Multi-Use Hotel

Greenhills, San Juan
(123 Reviews)
Another fabulous overnight stay. The staff were courteous and accommodating. The security always greeted you on the way in and out of the hotel.
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BEDROOM Summit Hotel Greenhills

Summit Hotel Greenhills

San Juan, Metro Manila
(6 Reviews)
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LOBBY 3-Star Mystery Deal San Juan

3-Star Mystery Deal San Juan

Greenhills, San Juan
(9 Reviews)
As always the front desk were so efficient and accommodating. The security was very respectful and quite competent. The room was very clean and so was the bathroom that had complete toiletries as well. The free WiFi was fast and the free cable TV had a lot of channels to choose from. Another great stay and will always try to book again in this hotel for future staycations.
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HOTEL_SERVICES The Orange Place Hotel San Juan

The Orange Place Hotel San Juan

St. Joseph, San Juan
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ภาพหลัก The Leaf House

The Leaf House

Batis, San Juan
With a stay at The Leaf House in San Juan, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of U.S. Embassy and Manila Ocean Park. This bed & breakfast is 7.2 mi (11.6 km) from SM Mall of Asia and 4.8 mi (7.8 km) from Manila Bay.
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Benson Apartelle

Corazon De Jesus, San Juan
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BEDROOM P Hostels and Residences

P Hostels and Residences

Ermitano, San Juan
With a stay at P Hostels and Residences in San Juan, you'll be a 2-minute walk from Oasis Manila and 11 minutes by foot from Robinsons Magnolia. This hostel is 8.3 mi (13.3 km) from SM Mall of Asia and 4.5 mi (7.3 km) from SM North EDSA.
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ภาพหลัก Joyce Apartelle San Juan

Joyce Apartelle San Juan

Pedro Cruz, San Juan
With a stay at Joyce Apartelle San Juan in San Juan, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of U.S. Embassy and Manila Ocean Park. This aparthotel is 7.6 mi (12.3 km) from SM Mall of Asia and 5.3 mi (8.5 km) from Manila Bay.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Regatta Residences

Regatta Residences

Santa Lucia, San Juan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING RedDoorz Plus @ Bez Tower and Residences San Juan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING RedDoorz near SM Sta. Mesa

RedDoorz near SM Sta. Mesa

San Perfecto, San Juan
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Facts about San Juan

Total Accommodation
12 Properties
Popular Area
St. Joseph, Santa Lucia
Popular Hotel
Greenhills Elan Hotel Modern - Multi-Use Hotel, Summit Hotel Greenhills
Popular Landmark
Greenhills Shopping Center, J. Ruiz LRT Station

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Review from various users that have stayed in San Juan will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Jackielyn E.
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14 Nov 2020
At first, we had issues with our room accommodation. After we escalated it to the front desk, they immediately responded to our needs and gave us a complimentary overnight stay. We decided to use it the next day. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and we'll come back again.
Anton D. S.
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18 Feb 2020
Had an event at Filoil Flying V Centre, a great location.
Richo B. C.
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21 Oct 2017
the security guard in the entrance don't have manners and right conduct
Jeniffer C. Z.
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20 Feb 2020
I had most pleasant to stay here. I would reccommend it to my family and friends
Roderick C.
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20 Sep 2022
NOT available upon check-in. Pero nabayaran and at available online:- (.
3 Feb 2018
The staffs are very accommodating and never fails to smile. The room is pretty nice and tidy. The hotel isn't hard to find because it is just beside the highway but I hardly slept because I can hear the noise of the horns of cars and trucks that passes by.

Most commonly asked questions in San Juan

What are the best areas to visit near San Juan?

Where are the best cities to visit in San Juan?

The best cities to visit in San Juan are Manila, Makati, Marikina, Pasay, Quezon City, Valenzuela, Pasig, Taguig, Malabon, Mandaluyong

How many hotels are listed in San Juan?

Currently, there are around 12 hotels that you can book in San Juan


Staying at a hotel in San Juan City, the smallest city in the Philippines, may not be the most popular option in Metro Manila. Yet despite its size, this city isn’t boring. In fact, it has a number of attractions and activities for urban travelers. Learn all about them in this guide.

San Juan Government Center

While it may seem suburban in character today, San Juan City played a vital role in Philippine history. After all, it was where the first battle of the Katipunan—the group fighting for Filipino independence—against Spanish colonizers took place.

All that history is now hidden in the current city’s more relaxed vibe. Other than numerous residential districts, San Juan is also home to various educational institutions and elite private schools such as Xavier School, Immaculate Conception Academy, and the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. Of course, relaxed doesn’t mean boring. There are hotspots of activity in San Juan City, a top example being the Greenhills commercial complex. With these places to go, the area’s definitely more than just suburbia.


How to Go

By land transportation

Two train stations are located in San Juan City. The northwestern side of San Juan is serviced by the J. Ruiz station of the LRT-2. Meanwhile, the Santolan-Annapolis station of the MRT-3 is the best option for travelers going to the eastern parts.

Those coming from Manila can ride buses that ply the Quiapo-Taytay route. Meanwhile, those heading to the eastern side of San Juan can simply ride any bus plying EDSA that’s marked “A,” then disembark at the Santolan-Annapolis bus stop.


Getting Around

Like most cities in the Philippines, travelers can go around San Juan by riding jeeps, tricycles, or buses. Taxis are also available in the city, especially around the commercial areas.


Tourist Attractions

Shrine Pinaglabanan

Since San Juan City is where the revolt against the Spanish first broke out, it is only fitting that the city has several monuments to this event. These include the Pinaglabanan Shrine and the accompanying Museo ng Katipunan (Katipunan Museum). This museum narrates the history of the Katipunan and their leader, Andres Bonifacio; various artifacts and dioramas are on display.

It’s not all history, either. Visit the Fundacion Sansó gallery and museum to get an up close look at the works of renowned painter Juvenal Sanso. The painter, who is Spanish by birth but has lived in Manila for decades, is said to be a shoo-in for the National Artist Award were it not for his citizenship.

And if you’re looking for something more contemporary, then check out the Ronac Art Center along Ortigas Avenue. This quirky building is home to the Jagnus Design Studio, the group that designed the structure itself; Secret Fresh, a niche toy store and gallery; and skateboard shop We Legendary. The building also has a basketball court on the third floor, which is often used as the practice venue by several professional teams.


Top Things to Do

San Juan City may have a suburban character, but that doesn’t mean that it’s boring. In fact, there are a number of things that you can do around the area.

For starters, one of the metro’s most popular shopping meccas is located here

. While it’s often associated with imitation bags, it’s also one of the best places to buy real freshwater pearls. And inside this shopping complex are two concert venues—the Music Museum and Teatrino.

FilOil Flying V Arena

Meanwhile, those who want to watch sporting events can proceed to the FilOil Flying V Arena near the Pinaglabanan Shrine. This indoor sports venue has hosted various athletic tournaments. These range from basketball games of the Philippine Basketball Association’s D-League to the volleyball games of the University Athletics Association of the Philippines (UAAP).


Where to Eat

Almost every city in Metro Manila has a food street and San Juan City is no exception. Travelers can treat their taste buds at the many restaurants along P. Guevarra and Wilson Streets, spanning the barangays of Little Baguio and Addition Hills. One of the top chefs in the country, Chef Laudico Guevarra, actually has his eponymous restaurant along P. Guevarra.

Backyard Coffee and Cake

Other top options in the area include Alex III and Café Ysabel for Filipino cuisine; Greeka Kouzina for Mediterranean food and Balkan Express, the only Yugoslav restaurant in the metro. After a hearty meal, you can also enjoy a cup of coffee or a slice of cake at Backyard Coffee.



Though better options for clubbing can be found in other parts of Metro Manila, San Juan City also has a number of good bars at different price points. These include 67 Nathan, a bar that serves up flavored beer. Another popular option is McLaren’s, a pub based on by the establishment of the same name in the TV show How I Met Your Mother.


Where to Stay

There are several boutique hotels in San Juan City. These include the

, which is located near the Greenhills Commercial Center; and
The Orange Place Hotel
, along Santolan Road. More options can be found in neighboring Quezon City or in the Ortigas Business District in Pasig.


Travel Tips

• Visiting San Juan around June? Make sure to come prepared especially if it’s on the 24th as they celebrate the Feast of St. John. During the festivities, residents practice the Basaan—basically dousing anyone with water in their paths. While it’s not as big as the Thai Songkran festival, it can still get quite crazy. So if you want to stay dry, better avoid the city on that date.

• Avoid traveling during rush hour. Vehicular traffic can get quite heavy in some parts of San Juan City, especially the areas around Ortigas Avenue.

• Have enough change when you’re commuting. Those coins will come in handy when you’re going back to your hotel in San Juan.
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