Garden Plaza Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGarden Plaza Hotel Manila
Not so nice but a little history around this place. Was originally built by a Swiss Migrant to look and feel like a Swiss Chalet. The name has since been changed. Lots of heavy dark wood and stain glass. The Swiss flag still flies in the bar area. Free breakfast but no free Wi-Fi. Kind of dark and dungy. This hotel has seen better days. Right next to Paco Park and Cemetery where J.P. Rizal is said to be buried. With a little bit or research a much better hotel can be found for the same price.
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