Atrium Hotel Manila
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I fly Jet Star and land at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Pasay, Manila at noon and take a metered cab to Atrium Hotel, 15F Taft Centrale Exchange, Gil Puyat cor. Taft Avenue which I get through www.agoda.com. The hotel's lobby is on the 15th floor and the rooms above are arranged on opposite sides of the tower with void in the middle …
... There’s hot water
too and a shower. Free breakfast is even included. The room could have been a
bit bigger but I wasn’t bothered by it. It was enough to move around and no
feel cramped in. And it added to a feeling of coziness in the room. By the way,
the first room I was given had no windows, so I had to request to be
transferred to another room and ...
... birthday as a start of my life story here. I have been very busy since yesterday to prepare his birthday celebration to treat all the staff for lunch on the next day which is today. I and ate Leda were the chef cook for today's lunch.We prepared a balance meal which is unusual if one of our staff had a a birthday. They like spaghetti,pansit,cakes and cola. But for our ...
... nothing special.
Evening time and it was time to sample the nightlife, so we were off to hit the famous red light district area known as Burgos Avenue. Now like any red light district around the world, it had it's element of seedy. Lady boys, and lots of girls wearing medical scrubs who offered massages. Naive me on first site of them actually thought they were med students coming back from some sort of medical convention. Well you live and learn! So we ...
We had woken up at 3am today for our flight. We arrived in Manila exhausted, crashing for a power nap at our AirBnB pick: a historical Filipino home in the relatively quiet Paco area of metro Manila.
The rest of the day was uneventful, as our supposed trip to Makati - the shiny, modern part of Manila - for the Ayala Museum, turned into finding Starbucks and then chatting literally for hours.
This is my second visit to Manila, and today I was really struck ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center