Rothman Hotel

Address: 1633 M. Adriatico Str., Malate, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1633 M. Adriatico Str., Malate, Manila, is near Rizal Park, Paco Park, Divisoria Market, and Avilon Zoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Manila

    A Walk in The Park

    A travel blog entry by skjaer on Oct 29, 2014

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... over a fountain/pond, but it won't upload because of the hotel's poor signal. Might try again later. Manila stands in stark contrast to Taipei, as will likely be the case for all of the other countries I'll be visiting on this trip, except perhaps Brunei. With a population between 20 and 25 million (depending on how it's counted), Manila is far bigger in size than Taipei. It is also noticeably poorer, dirtier, less modern/more third world, and has much more begging. ...

    Exploring philippines in my view:)

    A travel blog entry by travelbus on Sep 01, 2014

    ... in the 4 month period: 1.) Sagada,mountain province 2.) Baler, aurora 3.) Anawagin, Subic Im also going to make some entries about where to stay, budget tips, and also guys Food. Im going to write pieces regarding where here in philippines you can satisfy you cravings for not only good food but the best foods you can eat. Remember its more fun here... Tata for ...

    Tour of Manila

    A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Jun 30, 2014

    8 comments, 62 photos

    ... coconut water. What suprised me were the jelly "chunks" that were in the drink. Imagine my surprise to get a chunck of something in my mouth from my first gulp. Yuck!

    We took a Kalesa (horse carriage ride) from the park to Fort Santiago. It’s a 16th century stone fortress built by the Spanish. It was used for military defense and includes prison cells and storage units. In WWII the Fort was seized by the Japanese and more than 600 ...

    Philippines- Discovering one's heritage

    A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on May 02, 2014

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... had to book our connecting flight with her initially. We figured she was trying to act like a travel agent so she would get a cut of the pie if we booked through her. We decided to try getting tickets to Puerta Princessa on our own. To do this, we had to catch a taxi to terminal 3 which was 5mins away. It would have been a 10min ride, however, the driver weaved in and out of traffic like it was the end of the world. Holy **** handles were well used for this ride. Upon arrival to terminal ...

    Birthday Boy!

    A travel blog entry by mrcwoodsman on Apr 25, 2014

    2 comments, 94 photos

    ... of sun pouring in to fill it with bright light. A gift shop anchored down two of the corners and an arched path to a restaurant was on another. The Casa Manila was a typical recreation area of the upper-class colonial Intramuros home. Having a place like this would be pure heaven to sit and read by on lazy afternoons. After some time in this calming atmosphere going back out to the pushy tour guys wasn't as bad. In fact it sustained me the rest of my time in Intramuros, about 1 ...