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I’M Hotel Makati

Poblacion, Makati
(238 Reviews)
IM hotel is one of the best hotel in Makati ever, place in one of corner of Manila. The employee was very helpful and their hospitality was nice. They also provide massage service full with spa and sauna, it's very nice to have such a good experience with onsen. Recommended
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The Lind Boracay

Station 1, Balabag
(10 Reviews)
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Dusit Thani Manila

San Lorenzo, Makati
(112 Reviews)
The location is very strategic, walking distance to many shopping malls, such as Greenbelt where we can find so many good eateries! The service of the hotel itself is extra ordinary, they let us to do early check in, and the concierges also the security guards are so nice, they have two lobbies and they helped to inform our uber to pick us up at the correct spot. What an outstanding hospitality. Facilities is definitely super perfect too, not to forget to mention the bath tub. Enjoyed my late night bath ~ And last but not least, Breakfast is super good!
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Grand Hyatt Manila

Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
With a stay at Grand Hyatt Manila in Taguig (Bonifacio Global City), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Fort Bonifacio and Newport World Resorts. This 5-star hotel is 5.3 mi (8.6 km) from SM Mall of Asia and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Venice Grand Canal Mall.
(8 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Henann Park Resort

Henann Park Resort

Station 2, Balabag
(47 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Astoria Current

Astoria Current

Station 3, Manoc-Manoc
(81 Reviews)
Had a very nice stay at Astoria Current. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. Shout out to Kevin John at the breakfast buffet, thanks for doing the extra mile. Will stay again next time!
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SWIMMING_POOL Henann Regency Resort and Spa

Henann Regency Resort and Spa

Station 2, Balabag
(177 Reviews)
This is my second time to stay at the hotel, and both times I was really satisfied. Housekeeping was quick whenever we needed assistance, and all the staff from the desk to the restaurant were accommodating. My favorite part is the buffet! The breakfast buffet included in our stay was all worth it (take note it may destroy your diet). We also availed of the dinner buffet, which was discounted at the time. The hotel was not exaggerating when they said they had the best buffet on the island! Will definitely book here again when I return.
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Crowne Plaza MANILA GALLERIA, an IHG Hotel

Ugong Norte, Quezon City
(38 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING City of Dreams - Nobu Hotel Manila

City of Dreams - Nobu Hotel Manila

Aseana City, Parañaque
(79 Reviews)
We enjoyed our stay. The room has elegant Japanese-inspired interior and has an awesome panoramic view of the City of Dreams pools and the Promenade. We also love the reflection of the sky on the golden facade of the buildings.
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Rizal Park Hotel

Manila Bay, Manila
(107 Reviews)
We had an awesome stay and experience in Rizal Park Hotel. Customer service of the staff is excellent! Highly recommended.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Manor at Camp John Hay

The Manor at Camp John Hay

Camp John Hay, Baguio City
(50 Reviews)
We had an awesome stay at The Manor. We enjoyed the music at the lobby especially so that they entertain guests who wants to Jam and sing with the band. I will surely recommend this to my friends....
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Taal Vista Hotel

Kaybagal, Tagaytay City
(158 Reviews)
Accommodations are great! (rooms and food).
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BEDROOM Fili Hotel - NUSTAR Resort & Casino Cebu
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LOBBY Harolds Evotel Quezon City

Harolds Evotel Quezon City

Laging Handa, Diliman
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Ramada Encore Makati

Ramada Encore Makati

San Antonio, Makati
(48 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Valero Grand Suites by Swiss-Belhotel

Valero Grand Suites by Swiss-Belhotel

Salcedo Village, Bel-Air
(42 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Red Planet Makati Amorsolo

Red Planet Makati Amorsolo

San Lorenzo, Makati
(470 Reviews)
clean..great the heart of makati.
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BEDROOM Eurotel Pedro Gil

Eurotel Pedro Gil

Ermita, Manila
(1071 Reviews)
It was great spending my holidays with Eurotel. The receptionist was wonderful; she would always do her possible best to help. What's her name? Cathy, I think. My fiance really liked her stay. We will surely come again. Thank you for the warm reception.
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Hotel 101 Manila

Pasay, Metro Manila
(475 Reviews)
Thank you hotel 101 for making my mother's (who is a person with disability) stay in your hotel very comfortable. Room very neat and comfy. Pool so clean and mid size. Hotel staff are courteous and quick responding.
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Benguet Prime Hotel

Session Road Area, Baguio City Proper
(135 Reviews)
We have a good stay in this hotel the location is great because everything is just walking distance like burnham park, the Cathedral and the market even the bus terminals are within walking distance also so you will not need to hire a taxi or grab car and save additional money. The hotel staffs also are very accommodating and friendly also the guards and they have also a free breakfast to add additional comfort because most hotels nearby don't offer free breakfast. The hotel facilities are not that good but it's just a very minor issue since it's not that pricey (so don't expect a 4 * or 5 * hotel facilities) after all it's not the hotel that you come to visit Baguio but still, this hotel is recommendable. Overall we had a nice experience in this hotel and if we come back to Baguio we will still stay here.
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Facts about Philippines

Total Accommodation
8,777 Properties
Popular Region
Batangas, Laguna
Popular Hotel
I’M Hotel Makati, The Lind Boracay

Guest reviews in Philippines

282,689 reviews from hotels in Philippines with aggregated rating of 8.3/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Philippines will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
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12 Sep 2023
Broken phone could not get in touch with front desk / no toothbrush / no bottled water / no slippers / room has small roaches / room is clean / spacious / breakfast buffet good.
Romela L.
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3 Oct 2023
Air con very low. The bed not suitable for 4 even we booked for 4.
Cesar Bernal
27 Jan 2023
All employees and staff in this hotel are very accommodating and friendly. Likewise, rooms are clean and fragrant! Kudos! ❤.
Che M.
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27 Oct 2023
I requested for a room with window but sadly we didn't had one. When it was breakfast, we have to wait in the lobby for like 15-20 minutes ' til those who are eating were done with their food. Unfortunately food trays were almost empty, so another waiting game. So sad 😔.
Hermenegildo L. C. J.
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7 Nov 2023
First and foremost, no parking area available from the hotel. 2nd is aircon unit need to undergo maintenance in my room. Very hot.
Ed Fortajada
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25 May 2023
Bad internet connection. I was not able to work properly because of it.
Steffanie J. S.
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26 Oct 2023
Old room, toilets don't have hangers, there is that smell of old room, aircon was not up to par.
Daryl B.
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14 Dec 2022
The staff were very professional and that dude from the front desk “Ken” was very accommodating! I'm definitely coming back whenever I'm in Cebu.
Yournes S.
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10 Oct 2023
I booked four rooms and unfortunately all four rooms were infested with roaches since day 1 of our check-in. Trouble with the wifi also, sometimes it disconnects on its own, then the aircon is not fully maintained in one of the rooms. The good thing about the rooms are the huge space, the view, and the bed.
Hazel Joy Peach Atienza
2 Nov 2023
I am happy with my stay at Eurotel Makati. The staff are very accommodating and the locations is very accessible.

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The Philippines is an archipelagic country lies on Southeast Asia. The country is divided into three group of islands: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. It also has more than 7.000 islands and 80 provinces.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the Philippines is the 12th most populous country in the world in 2014. Tagalog is the native tribe which is about 28,1% of the total population with Catholic as the predominant religion.

The Philippines has a lot of sport achievements especially in boxing. Manny Pacquiao is a world champion professional boxer and referred to as a Fighter of the Decade in 2000 by World Boxing Organization (WBO).

Tourism is one of the biggest supporting industries of the country’s economy. In 2012, Philippines department of tourism launched its new slogan “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” that later became the third best marketing campaign in the world according to WARC 100.

Main Areas in the Philippines

These are the three main group of islands in the Philippines:


Luzon is the largest group of island located on the northern Philippines. It is divided into four parts: Northern Luzon, Central Luzon and National Southern Capital Region.

As the main group of islands, many important sectors are built in Luzon such as the main international airport, business centers and many tourist attractions.


Located between Luzon and Mindanao, Visayas is divided into three parts: Western Visayas, Central Visayas and Eastern Visayas. This group of islands is famous for its beautiful beaches.


Mindanao is the second largest group of islands in the Philippines and famous for its tropical rain forests. While trekking in the jungle, you can see the endemic animal, Philippines Eagle, known as a monkey predator.

History of the Philippines

In 1512, Ferdinand Magellan discovered the Philippines. Later, the Portuguese explorers called it as a part of the Kingdom of Spain. The influences of Spain can be seen on the old building architecture.

In 1898, Spain handed over the Philippines to the United States (US). Knowing that the US would not let the independence of Philippines happens, the people started the war against US.

Until later in World War II, the Japanese came to attack. US asked Philippines to join the fight against Japan. Philippines then achieved its independence on July 4, 1946.

Currency of the Philippines

Philippines currency is Philippine Peso (PHP). 1 PHP = 0.021 dollars (as of August 2016)

How to Get There

By plane

There are the four main international airports in Philippines:

  • Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila.
  • Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB) in Cebu.
  • Fransisco Bangay International Airport (DVO) in Davao.
  • Clark International Airport (CRK) in Angeles City

The Philippines impose the travel tax on every local and foreign tourist who leave the country. Travel tax is paid when you depart from the territory of Philippines at the counter of the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) in international airports.

Travel tax rates:

  • Full travel tax: starts from 1.620 peso Philippines
  • Standard travel tax: starts from 810 peso Philippines
  • Previleged travel tax: starts from 300 peso Philippines

(Prices may change at any time)

Countries with direct flights to Philippines:

  • Australia (Sydney)
  • Brunei Darussalam (Brunei)
  • China (Guangzhou)
  • Hong Kong
  • Indonesia (Jakarta)
  • Japan (Tokyo)
  • Germany (Frankfurt)
  • Canada (Vancouver)
  • Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
  • Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby)
  • France(Paris)
  • Thailand (Chiang Mai)
  • United Arab Emirates (Dubai)
  • United State (Houston, Minneapolis)

Transportation from and to the international airport

  • Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila

Airport Bus

Available at the terminal 1 and 2 and operate for 24 hours, with less operating fleet at night.

  • Airport – Norzagaray, Sapang
  • Airport – Grotto
  • Airport – San Jose del Monte
  • Airport – Malanday Terminal
  • Airport – Bagong Silang
  • Airport – Lagro

Rates: starts from 20 peso Philippines.


This is the most common and popular public transportation in the Philippines. Jeepneys are available at the airport and has two main destinations: Baclaran Terminal and Pasay Terminal.

Rates: starts from 8 peso Philippines.

Airport taxi

The yellow airport taxis are available outside the arrival terminal.

Rates: starts from 70 peso Philippines.

  • Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB) in Cebu


Jeepney will take you to Save More Supermarket, from where you can take another jeepney or taxi to go to the hotel.

Rates: 8 peso Philippines.

Airport taxi

Rates: about 520 peso Philippines.

  • Fransisco Bangay International Airport (DVO) in Davao


Jeepneys are available outside the airport.

Rates: 15 peso Philippines.

Airport Taxi

Rates: about 165 peso Philippines.

  • Clark International Airport (CRK) in Angeles City


Rates: about 50 peso Philippines.

Airport taxi

Rates: starts from 300 peso Philippines. (Prices may change at any time)

By boat

Ferry boats depart from Sandakan, Malaysia and arrive at Zamboanga, Mindanao. The trip will take around 13 hours.

Rates: starts from 82 USD. (Prices may change at any time)

Where to Stay in the Philippines

Whether you are planning to stay in Metro Manila or one of the country’s provinces, you won’t lack for choices. There are many different types of accommodation you can choose from including five-star hotels, budget-friendly lodging houses, inns, guesthouses, hostels and more. Make sure to book in advance so you can take advantage of great deals and more room options.

Check out the top hotels in the Philippines:

  • Camayan Beach Resort
  • Taal Vista Hotel
  • La Carmela de Boracay
  • Club Balai Isabel
  • Misibis Bay
  • Privato Hotel
  • Crown Regency Cebu
  • Remington Hotel
  • Azumi Boutique Hotel
  • Luxent Hotel
  • Quest Hotel Cebu
  • Costa Pacifica
  • Century Park Hotel
  • Fairmont Makati
  • Kabayan Hotel
  • Radisson Blu Cebu
  • Astoria Plaza
  • Dusit Thani Manila
  • Loreland Farm Resort
  • Palm Beach Resort​

Visa to the Philippines

As of August 2013, the nationalities of 151 countries are allowed to enter Philippines without visa and can stay up to 30 days.

However, some nationalities need Visa Upon Arrival (VUA) to enter Philippines. VUA can be filed by foreigners at the Philippines Bureau of Immigration Head Office. VUA is valid for business travel, international seminars, transit to go to another country, tourism and some other reasons for a short visit.

VUA is valid for 30-59 days.

Here are the requirements for filing VUA:

  • Passport with at least 6 months periode of validity.
  • Return ticket to home country
  • VUA: starts from USD 25. (Prices may change at any time)

Public Transportation in the Philippines


Widely used by local resident and tourist, jeepneys are easily found in the city. In big cities like Manila and Cebu, jeepneys’ route appear on the windshields, but in small cities, you need to ask the drivers first.

• Rates: starts from 7 peso Philippines.


The tricycle is able to accommodate up to 5 passengers.

• Rates: starts from 8 peso Philippines.

Van or Minibus

• Rates: starts from 15 peso Philippines.

Philippines National Railways

Philippines National Railways (PNR) operates in Luzon, serving two main lines: southrail and northrail.


Northrail serves 8 routes with these main stations:

Ilocos Norte

Ilocos Sur

La Union





Metro Manila


Southrail serves 6 routes with these main stations:

Metro Manila



Camarines Sur



• Rates: starts from 10 peso Philippines.


There are two types of taxi in Philippines: yellow and white. The yellow taxis are the airport taxis and the white one is the taxis you commonly find in the cities.

• Rates: 40 peso Philippines for the first km and 3.50 peso Philippines for every next 300 meters.


Boat is commonly used to go from one island to another.

• Rates from Manila to Cebu: starts from 1.768 peso Philippines. (Prices may change at any time)

Bangka boat

Bangka boat is a motor boat which is also used as an alternative transportation from an island to another in short distance. Bangka boat is a small motor boat with outrigger for the balancing on both sides.

Weather in the Philippines

There are three seasons in the Philippines: dry (March to May), rainy (June to November) and transition (December to February).

Language Used in the Philippines

Tagalog and English are the national language used in Philippines. Tagalog is used for daily conversation, while English is widely used for business and education. However, some of the people, especially the elderly, use Spanish for daily conversation.

Popular terms in daily conversation in Philippines

• Ingat ka: Be careful.

• Magandang umaga: Good morning.

• Paalam: See you.

• Pasensiya po: I am sorry.

• Salamat: Thank you.

Tourist Attractions in the Philippines

Boracay Island

Located 350 km away from Manila, Boracay Island won lots of awards from the tourist sites. Tripadvisor and Yahoo Travel listed this small island as one of the most beautiful islands in the world.

Boracay Island has many beautiful beaches with clear blue water and amazing sunset panorama. There are many lodges, restaurants and bars on the island.

Chocolate Hills

Located in Bohol, Chocolate Hills is a wonderfull group of hills spanning 50 square kilometers. In the summer, 1.000 green hills change color to brown, that is why this place is called Chocolate Hills. From the top of the hills, you can see beautiful landscapes of nearby cities.

Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park

Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park is the perfect place for diving and snorkeling. In 1993, the tourist attraction was listed as one of the best diving spots in the world by CNN Travel. UNESCO also listed this marine park as one of the world heritage sites.

The best time for diving in Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park is between mid March to mid June. At that time, the weather is nice and you can get the maximum underwater visibility.

Banaue Rice Terrace

Banaue Rice Terrace is a 10.360 square kilometers area carved out by Ifugao people more than 2.000 years ago without any modern equipment.

Hiking into the terrace is visitors’ most favorite activity. Bring your picnic basket and find a peaceful picnic spot.

Culture in the Philippines

San Agustin Church

Located in Manila, San Agustin Church is the oldest one in Philippines. Built in 1589, it survived from the earthquake that attacked Manila seven times. The interior design is influenced by Latin America style.

Taoist Temple

Located in Cebu, Taoist Temple’s is influenced by Chinese style of architecture. It is the only temple open to public for tourism activity. The temple’s altitude is about 300 meters above sea level. From up there, you can enjoy nothing but the magical view of Cebu City.

You better come on Wednesdays for its weekly cultural ceremony.



As the capital city of Philippines, Manila never sleeps. Some popular nightclubs you can visit in the city are Opus Lounge, Republiq, Resorts World, Global City and M Café.


Cebu is one of the most famous cities in Philippines. Three popular nightclubs in Cebu are IT Park, Crossroad and Mango Avenue.

Quezon City

Three popular nightclubs in Quezon City are Conspiracy Garden Café, Sip and Gog dan ‘70s Bistro.

Culinary in the Philippines

One of the most famous place to taste all the Philippines traditional culinary is Mercato Centrale Night Market in Manila. The night market only opens on Saturday and Sunday, from 18:00 to 02:00. Mercato Centrale Night Market is located at Corner 34th Street and 8th Avenue, Taguig, Metro Manila.

These are the most recommended Philippines traditional culinaries:

Arroz Caldo

Arroz Caldo is porridge made with special seasoning. This culinary is believed to warm the body because it contains ginger. Arroz Caldo is usually served with beef, chicken or boiled eggs.

Chicken Inasal

Chicken Inasal is a grilled chicken served with warm garlic rice. Prior to being grilled, chicken meat is smared with spice made from a mixture of orange, lemon grass and onions.

Travel Tips

• Make sure you made a deal about the taxi fare before. Taxi drivers in Manila and several cities in the Philippines often set higher taxi fares to foreign tourists and refuse to use argometer.

• Treat beggars politely. There are a lot of beggars and homeless people in major cities. You can reject them politely or just give them some pesos.

• Bring enough cash. It is difficult to find money changer and ATM machines in small towns. If you plan to visit a small town, better exchange money or withdraw cash from ATM in big cities like Manila or Cebu.

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