The Executive Plaza Hotel Manila

Address: 1630 A. Mabini Street, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1000, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Malate area of Manila, is near Rizal Park, San Agustin Church, Divisoria Market, and La Mesa Eco Park.
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          TripAdvisor Reviews The Executive Plaza Hotel Manila

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Manila

          Hi from Manila Philippines

          A travel blog entry by mlerch on Apr 26, 2015

          6 comments, 11 photos

          ... very good.

          We took the shuttle bus back to the ship and had a relaxing lunch and afternoon on board.
          While watching people return we noticed a new vendor and it appeared to sell Kimonos. Off we went to check it out. They didn't sell them but in fact they had them for you to try on and get your photo taken. Awesome photos. As I went to leave they gave me my printed copy of the photo as a gift.

          Today we arrive in Taipei Taiwan and it is warm ...

          Philippines - a kaleidoscope of hidden treasures

          A travel blog entry by thatormg on Mar 18, 2015

          25 photos

          ... only guarantee our return in the near future. We are officially hooked! Like a bird, we've spread our wings around many cities, towns and islands in different countries, discovering colourful sites alongside equally colourful, bright personalities and cultures. It hasn't always been easy to transition from one place to the next. In fact the decision to remain in the familiar cocoon of our comfort zone, once we've adapted to a place, is always tempting; but the rewards ...

          Getting to Paradise

          A travel blog entry by leanneroles on Feb 17, 2015

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... of the airport because we were catching a private chartered flight to El Nido. The wait wasn't too onerous. They had a nice lounge for us to wait in and provided lunch as well so the time passed eventually.

          The flight was only an hour long, over some beautiful coastal scenery. In one section we flew over a very prominent ridge that fell away into a very green valley below. It was great to see from above. Geologists would have loved ...

          Mission Philippines: Manila, City of Billboards

          A travel blog entry by nathanjporter on Jan 06, 2015

          145 photos

          ... himself. Many children who have now developed into young leaders in their early twenties, leaders who also bring their own stories of hardship, some opting to leave families to be raised by the Father Joe in his refuge. Again, the greatest emotional response was spurred through the witnessing of Father Joe and what he has achieved for the good of the people, shying away from photos and any sort of recognition. He really is the Father of this community in which he built from the ...

          A Walk in The Park

          A travel blog entry by skjaer on Oct 29, 2014

          3 comments, 21 photos

          ... boulevards, etc. Yet the city has no subway system so the roads are clogged. The Philippines has a population of roughly 100 million - really, a huge number. There are two official languages - Tagalog and English. That said, the use and quality of English is sketchy among all but the upper middle class and above from what I have seen. And their Tagalog radio mixes in English words routinely, much like French Canadians do without even noticing. Except for a ...