Maxims Hotel - Resorts World Manila
Located just minutes from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Newport Boulevard, the Maxims Hotel is but one luxurious hotel experience within the Resorts World universe. Although it is a relatively new hotel, the hotel has already established itself as the standard for upscale accommodations in the Philippines.
The hotel is comprised of 172 spacious suites, each one boasting lush, modern designs complemented by world-class service, including a personal butler that leaves guests raving. Visitors can work up a sweat in the fitness center followed by a relaxing trip to the hotel spa or a dip in the pool, where wait staff stand ready to take your snack or drink order. Those staying in one of the hotel's more extravagant rooms have access to a royal treatment of sorts, with amenities ranging from a private pool to a bar and even a personal massage room. The bathrooms are large with separate showers and deep-soak tubs, and the staff works diligently to keep everything spotless.
Because the Maxims is situated at the very heart of an entertainment resort, guests are never far from exciting nightlife and exquisite dining options, including seven restaurants right inside the hotel. Past guests laud Cafe Maxims in particular, with its decadent treats and beverages. Other nearby amenities include upscale shopping at Newport Mall, a movie theater, casino, and a performing arts center that hosts major musical productions. In short, this hotel will keep your itinerary full.
Overall, the Maxims provides an exciting, action-packed stay for anyone who enjoys a night on the town without having to stray far from the room. Despite the general bustle of the hotel, however, guests will have no trouble relaxing in their quiet suites thanks to the plush furniture and other special touches. When it comes to high-class accommodations in Pasay, the Maxims Hotel is unparalleled.
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