10 Instagram-Worthy Staycation Hotels in Metro Manila
Keep calm and relax in beautifully appointed accommodations.
Looking for beautiful accommodations in Metro Manila for your next staycation? Spend it in one—or all—of these hotels that will not only provide you with a comfortable and relaxing stay but will also give you gorgeous backdrops and views for your photos.
1. Lub D Hotel
This budget hostel in the heart of Makati’s vibrant Poblacion is full of warmth and good vibes. The Pinoy-themed murals on each floor, the trademark blue of the logo and the interiors, and the well-appointed rooms are what keep guests coming back again and again. Whether you’re checking into the dorm rooms or in the junior suite, Lub D Hotel’s modern and chic accommodations will make this hostel your home away from home.
Two-story heritage homes that make up The Henry Hotel Manila were built in the 1950s and are connected by a covered walkway. The hotel’s interiors and 34 rooms are decorated with Machuca tiles and feature old and new Filipino design—including intricate wrought-iron windows.
From the hotel’s driveway, you’ll come across the white main building that houses the owner’s suite and the in-house restaurant and bar. A garden attributed to National Artist for Landscape Architecture Ildefonso P. Santos and an outdoor pool are also available for guests to enjoy.
3. Hotel H20
A stone’s throw away from Manila Ocean Park, Hotel H20 offers you a comfortable stay without skimping on luxury and beautiful interiors. Some rooms offer gorgeous views of Manila Park and Manila Bay, while others provide a window into a life-sized aquarium that’s home to 34 species of fish or an in-room jellyfish aquarium.
This boutique hotel in Makati embodies class and sophistication. It features amenities that provide luxurious pampering in this busy city. The European-inspired interiors and the hotel’s 25 rooms feature marble floors and furnishings—like velvet chairs and antique decor—that give this hotel an Old World ambiance.
Built in 1939, this colonial home is a surprise find among rows of bars, restaurants, and private residences in Poblacion, Makati. The blue-and-white house was refurbished into a quaint bed-and-breakfast, with its interiors showcasing pre-war Manila architecture and design. The hotel’s seven guest rooms are furnished with antique furniture and decor and designed with natural hues and Filipino touches.
Inspired by the great artist, Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences is a piece of art in itself. White walls serve as a backdrop to several vibrant paintings and sculptures. Guest rooms are designed with bright accent walls and arranged with striking decor, making them a colorful yet relaxing getaway after a busy day. For in-house dining, you can try the hotel’s restaurant and deli. Other amenities include a salon, gym, wellness center, events space, and a gallery.
7. I'M Hotel
This five-star hotel houses 434 rooms, including 182 suites and an onsen, or a Japanese communal hot spring. Guests can also take a dip in the acrylic-bottomed infinity pool or relax on one of the multicolored sun lounges that surround it. The hotel’s rooftop bar, Antidote, offers two kinds of spectacular sights—one, a breathtaking view of the Makati cityscape and the other, a mesmerizing dance of luminescent jellyfish from the bar’s aquariums.
B Hotel Quezon City is a go-to for travelers in the North. With its minimalist interiors, sleek furniture, and industrial design elements, this hotel is a photographer’s dream. It offers a variety of rooms for guests, including superior, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom suites. Looking for activities to do without leaving the hotel premises? Enjoy its many amenities, including a salon, gym, outdoor pool, and karaoke room.
Built in 1909, The Manila Hotel is one of the country’s oldest premiere hotels. It boasts of rich history and luxurious amenities and accommodations. The lobby is lined with Doric columns, built with marble floors, and illuminated by chandeliers made of brass, crystals, and seashells. The hotel also showcases the beauty of Philippine mahogany in its interiors. Displayed in certain suites are rare paintings and Asian and Filipino antique pieces and crafts.
A boutique hotel that began as a partnership between Melco Resort Philippines, Robert de Niro, and Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Nobu Hotel is a good choice for people who want to be close to all the action. Fine-dining restaurants, bars, casinos, and even a Dreamworks playground for guests with children are only a short distance away from the hotel. Stepping into Nobu, guests are treated to contemporary Japanese interiors that don’t skimp on luxury and elegance.
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