The Contemporary Hotel

Address: 8 G. Araneta Avenue, Quezon City, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1101, Philippines | Hotel
 
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The Contemporary Hotel is a 3-star hotel in the heart of Quezon City, the largest city in Manila, on the island of Luzon. The hotel features a clean swimming pool with umbrellas, tables, and chairs for lounging. Guests agree that room pricing is fair and enjoy the option of a complimentary breakfast in the hotel restaurant.

The oversized rooms have a modern decor with a small cable TV and excellent air conditioning. There is no elevator, so if climbing the stairs will be an issue, be sure to request a room on the mezzanine floor.

Guests choose this hotel for its excellent location. A Save More Foods grocery store and a mall with many restaurant choices are both within 500 meters of the hotel. Mapa light rail station is nearby and just a few stops will get you to Manila Ocean Park, an extensive water theme park, or the National Museum of the Philippines, which houses an art gallery, planetarium, and Philippino history exhibits. There are many shopping malls nearby, including Robinsons Place Mall, Greenhills Shopping Center, and Shangri-La Plaza Mall.

Overall, though this hotel may be a bit older, the low rates and warm, personal service make it great for travelers vacationing on a budget.

 

Location

This hotel, located on 8 G. Araneta Avenue, Quezon City, is near Manila Ocean Park, Robinsons Place Mall, University of the Philippines, and Paco Park.
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