Looking to stay in a hotel with a lot of history, surrounded by history? The three-star Luneta Hotel is a great choice. Opened in 1918, the hotel survived the Second World War and the EDSA Revolution and now boasts well-appointed rooms, great food, and proximity to several Manila destinations.
Guests coming from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport have a 37-minute drive to make to get to the hotel. It’s an eight-minute drive from the United Nations Avenue LRT1 Station and three minutes away from the Embassy of the United States of America.
The hotel has 27 rooms divided into eight room types: the Classic Standard, the Classic Deluxe, the Superior Family, the Superior Park View, the Superior Street View, the Prestige Street View, the Prestige Park View, and the Luneta Suite. Rooms have WiFi and air-conditioning, as well as a television with cable channels and a personal refrigerator. En suite bathrooms come with a shower and a set of bathroom amenities.
Hungry guests can head to Cafe Yano, the hotel’s in-house restaurant. A mixture of international dishes and Filipino favorites are on offer. For guests looking for other dining options, nearby restaurants include the Vin 55 Wine Bar & Restaurant, the Maysum Seafood Restaurant, and the Golden Fortune Seafood Restaurant.
Multiple destinations are just walking distance from the property. The National Museum of Natural History is nine minutes away by foot, while Rizal Park is four minutes away. Museo Pambata is a three-minute walk from the hotel, while Robinsons Place Manila is 11 minutes away.