Roger's Place Hotel

B3, Salem International Complex, Domestic Road, Pasay, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1301, Philippines | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This hotel, located on B3, Salem International Complex, Domestic Road, Pasay, is near University of Santo Tomas, San Agustin Museum, Avilon Zoo, and San Sebastian Church.
Map this hotel



TripAdvisor Reviews Roger's Place Hotel Pasay

2.00 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Pasay

Dream Trip: Part 2 in the country

A travel blog entry by laceymaeakadora on Feb 08, 2014

13 photos

... This is the area that my mother and her siblings grew up in until my Lolo (Grandfather) Crispin passed away. The area is incredibly rural and beautiful, but riddled with terrible roads. Thus it us probably 4 hours or more, what should have only taken 2 hrs to drive. Once we arrived, I got to meet my Uncle Boy (Leo) and Auntie Ely (pronounced Ellie). They call him Boy because that's what the military guys would call him as a kid when he worked in his aunt and ...

Lets do something different, lets catch a plane

A travel blog entry by deano-webby on Dec 09, 2013

... s sister) waiting for us at the gate with her son, who is a taxi driver, waiting to take us to the house we are staying at. The apartment is Cecile's place. Now, I've watched some shows on Manila and I was thinking that maybe this place would be a shoebox and the only way to get around would be to jump over people... I was pleasantly surprised. A nice size place with the most crucial element... Air conditioning! Of course, staying rent free is also a bit of ...

Back Out And About

A travel blog entry by bfust on Sep 01, 2013

20 photos

... felt pretty awkward because we had no kids and took the front row of the train. Whatever, they live there and can go there anytime they want. This is me time.

It was pretty fun to be around kids. I work in a commercial area of Manila so I don't see that many children either at work (obviously), on the walk to work, or at the hotel. I can't say that I generally enjoy other people's kids, but it did bring me some joy to see ...

3 days, one entry.

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 13, 2013

24 photos

... the late 80s in an effort to oust Ferdinand Marcos from power. Like I said, there was very little to see and do around the Palace because it was pretty heavily guarded and the things that I would want to take a picture of, the guards didn't allow for it! Bummer.

The walking and the heat definitely got us hungry so we headed for the SM Mall of Asia not too far away. The mall, and the area around the mall was once part of Manila Bay - it seems as though ...

Surprise, Surprise

A travel blog entry by kiaelise on Dec 08, 2012

5 photos

... the Islands. It was only when the Japanese were finally defeated that the Philippines was recognized as an independent state. As a result there is much diversity in the country and the language, Tagalog. It is fascinating to hear it spoken because you can hear the mixture of Asian and Spanish dialect. This diversity also extends to the religions of the country. While the north island of Luzon (where we were) is predominantly Christian due to the ...