Established by backpackers, MNL Boutique Hostel offers clean and comfortable rooms for those who do not want to spend too much on accommodations.
Aptly named, Hilik Boutique Hostel's name is based on the Filipino word "Hilik" which means "to snore".
Malvar Hostel, a two-storey budget hostel right in the heart of Malate, offers comfortable rooms for those who would like to be near many of Manila's attractions.
Malate´s Hostel 1632 is a well-equipped hotel ideal for those who come to the Megacity for its nightlife and for the tourist attractions.
Victoria Court is offering themed rooms with references ranging from pop culture to popular destinations in the world. The motel is easily recognizable by its logo of a woman whose gesture is that of someone shushing amid no one particular amid a black background.
There are many different possibilities regarding where to stay and how to live in Manila, depending on the purpose and length of your stay, your budget, and if you stay here alone, with your partner or family.
You don't live in the Philippines but really want to get to know the country, its past and present, culture and entertainment, urban life and nature? To make sure you make the most out of your stay, we prepared a sample schedule that shows what you can do and see within one month.
Malate – the backpacker´s haven of the city.