Remington Hotel

Address: Andrews Avenue, Pasay, National Capital Region, Luzon, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Andrews Avenue, Pasay, is near Casa Manila, San Agustin Museum, University of Santo Tomas, and San Sebastian Church.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRemington Hotel Pasay

Reviewed by iua

Nice hotel close to airport.

Reviewed Apr 5, 2015
by (6 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

Nice hotel close to the airport. No wireless in the rooms, and the interior rooms have a view of the windows of the other wing of the hotel (no view at all). For being so close to the airport (ie you can see the airport), the traffic is so bad it is still a 30-45 minute taxi ride!!

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Reviewed by longfam5

Culture Change

Reviewed Jan 29, 2014
by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

We stayed at Remington for 2 nights before flying to Aklan. It's not like the hotels in America;) Whenever you walk into the hotel you go through security. It's like that for almost every hotel, mall or building.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Remington Hotel Pasay

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Pasay

Walk thru Escolta: Old Manila's Business District

A travel blog entry by jvaswani on Dec 26, 2013

19 photos

... offices that contribute in making this historical district alive again,just like Roman Santos building Regina building Architecture is neo-classical but with beaux-arts mix i kinda love their gate it's still had a very distinct classic artistic appeal


Back Out And About

A travel blog entry by bfust on Sep 01, 2013

20 photos

... of the two messes with your mind. They were just opening for dinner when we got there. Our number was 28, they were "now serving" number 1, so we ended up going on a walk along the bay.

There is a concrete walkway and wall all along the part of the bay that faces west. (I had to Google whether the sun sets in the west everywhere. I also had to Google whether "west' should be capitalized when used as a general direction. ...

Last day of fantastic journey - closing thoughts

A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jul 21, 2013

5 comments, 1 photo

... for the wonderful meal served for us. The best part was the conversation and positive outlook for the United Church of God in the Philippines.

I feel that you really can't fully understand the Philippines, its people and geography without visiting first-hand. I have heard reports, seen photos, but really didn't understand as I did until after this trip.

The people are lovely. That's perhaps the best single word that I can use to describe ...

Good Morning Beautiful

A travel blog entry by monhenderson on Mar 17, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

I have just experienced the most magical morning. I got up early, so decided to throw on my trainers and head down to the promenade on the bay. It is a glorious Manila morning, sun, sea smells (a rarity here...majority of smells far more unsavoury!!) and smiles galore. Hundreds of people were down there -babies through to grandparents, kids swimming and diving into the sea, men setting up out-riggers and teams of boys beginning their dragon boat training, mum and grandma's feeding ...

Not a Vanilla-Manila Experience

A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Nov 04, 2012

4 photos

... backpacker-y and budget-y. We've realized that spending more on accommodation actually decreases your ability to immerse yourself in the local culture and people; low-end hostels provide more services and character than regular hotels. For example, at a hostel we would have a double room with a private bath, but also a free breakfast, free wi-fi, a backpackers' travel/tour info desk, and a general atmosphere of communal traveler conviviality (and of course, the ...