Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrowne Plaza Manila Galleria Quezon City
The hotel rooms were nice and spacious. My room came with free wi-fi and a buffet breakfast. The breakfast was great and had very good variety. The location next to the mall was nice in addition to being close to the Greenhills shopping center.
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