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Malacañang Palace - Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
20 May — 21 May2
Malacañang Palace - Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
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The Bayleaf Intramuros
The Bayleaf Intramuros
8.1 Excellent
Muralla Corner Victoria Streets Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Philippines, Manila, Philippines
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1.4 km from city centre, Manila, NCR, Philippines 

Featuring impressive views of Manila, this modern hotel is minutes on foot from Central Terminal LRT Station. It is close to Manila City Hall, eateries and shops.

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Go Hotels Otis - Manila
Go Hotels Otis - Manila
7.5 Good
Robinsons Otis, Paz Guazon St., 831 Zone 90, Manila, Philippines
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2.0 km from city centre, Manila, NCR, Philippines 

Located in Manila, Go Hotels Otis - Manila is a short drive from Malacanang Palace and SM Mall of Asia. It provides 3-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.

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OYO 209 The Oasis Paco Park Hotel
OYO 209 The Oasis Paco Park Hotel
7.3 Good
1032-34 Belen Street, Paco, Manila, Philippines
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2.3 km from city centre, Manila, NCR, Philippines 

Situated under a 10-minute stroll from Pedro Gil LRT Station, Oasis Paco Park Hotel offers guests a convenient base while visiting Manila. It is conveniently positioned for those wishing to visit local attractions.

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Halina Hotel Avenida
Halina Hotel Avenida
5.8 Okay
635 Katupusan St. Cor Rizal Avenue, Manila, Philippines
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0.3 km from city centre,  

Situated only a short walk from Carriedo LRT Station, Halina Hotel Avenida provides guests with an ideal base when visiting Manila. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of complimentary wireless internet during their stay.

S$ 18
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La Casarita
La Casarita
8.0 Excellent
Manila, Philippines
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1.1 km from city centre,  

La Casarita provides a comfortable setting while in Manila. Only a short stroll from Malacanang Palace, it offers comfortable apartments equipped with a refrigerator.

S$ 22
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Bp International Hotel
Bp International Hotel
6.1 Good
181 Natividad Almeda Lopez Street, Manila, Philippines
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1.1 km from city centre,  

ZEN Rooms BP International Manila provides a comfortable setting while in Manila. It is conveniently located for those wishing to discover the area's attractions.

S$ 28
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Hotel Sogo Avenida
Hotel Sogo Avenida
7.4 Good
6th Floor, Dimson Bldg., Rizal Ave., Manila, Philippines
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0.3 km from city centre,  

Hotel Sogo Avenida is located in Manila and offers guests free Wi-Fi. It is close to Black Nazarene, eateries and shops.

S$ 34
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Hotel Sogo Recto
Hotel Sogo Recto
7.2 Good
2F Cartimar Shopping Center, CM Recto Avenue, Quiapo, Manila, Philippines
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0.3 km from city centre,  

Hotel Sogo-Cartimar Recto is located in Manila and provides free Wi-Fi. It is close to University of the East, dining options and shops.

S$ 35
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OYO 209 The Oasis Paco Park Hotel
OYO 209 The Oasis Paco Park Hotel
7.3 Good
1032-34 Belen Street, Paco, Manila, Philippines
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2.3 km from city centre,  

Situated under a 10-minute stroll from Pedro Gil LRT Station, Oasis Paco Park Hotel offers guests a convenient base while visiting Manila. It is conveniently positioned for those wishing to visit local attractions.

S$ 37
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Go Hotels Otis - Manila
Go Hotels Otis - Manila
7.5 Good
Robinsons Otis, Paz Guazon St., 831 Zone 90, Manila, Philippines
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2.0 km from city centre,  

Located in Manila, Go Hotels Otis - Manila is a short drive from Malacanang Palace and SM Mall of Asia. It provides 3-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.

S$ 46
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Swiss-Belhotel Blulane
Swiss-Belhotel Blulane
7.8 Good
609 Tomas Mapua St. Sta. Cruz, Manila, Philippines
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0.5 km from city centre,  

Situated less than a 10-minute walk from Recto LRT Station, Swiss-Belhotel Blulane offers guests an ideal base while visiting Manila. It is conveniently located for guests wishing to sightsee in the area.

S$ 67
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Hotel prices near Malacañang Palace

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Hotel Sogo Recto
#1 most popular

Hotel Sogo Recto

2F Cartimar Shopping Center, CM Recto Avenue, Quiapo, Manila, Philippines

7.2 Good
S$ 35

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Hotel Sogo Avenida
#2 most popular

Hotel Sogo Avenida

6th Floor, Dimson Bldg., Rizal Ave., Manila, Philippines

7.4 Good
S$ 34

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Halina Hotel Avenida
Best value

Halina Hotel Avenida

635 Katupusan St. Cor Rizal Avenue, Manila, Philippines

5.8 Okay
S$ 18

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Where to stay near Malacañang Palace

About Malacañang Palace

The official residence of the President of the Philippines is Malacañang Palace, which is a series of Spanish colonial and neo-classical buildings situated in the San Miguel district of Manila. Originally built in the mid-18th century, it has been extensively enlarged and refurbished throughout its history, as it has been seized several times during protests and coup attempts.

Today the Malacañang Palace is open to the public as a museum, with visitors entering through the Entrance Hall made from beige Philippine marble. From here a mirrored passage leads towards the Heroes Hall which is adorned in busts of national heroes, while a Grand Staircase made from Philippine hardwood leads up towards the impressive Reception Hall with its three large Czech chandeliers. Official portraits of the Presidents of the Philippines are featured on the walls, while an elaborate ceiling carved by Isabelo Tampingco rises above. The largest room in the palace is the adjacent Ceremonial Hall where state dinners and functions are held, while the State Dining Room is reserved for lavish meals with official visitors. The official “Office of the President” is the Presidential Study which exhibits the same desk used since Quezon’s reign in 1935, while the Music Room is where concerts featuring famous Filipino and international musicians were held. The remainder of Malacañang Palace’s rooms is comprised of private quarters and bedrooms, with it being somewhat of a tradition that the incoming president doesn’t select the same bedroom as his predecessor. Malacañang Palace was extensively refurbished during the reign of President Ferdinand Marcos who lived there with his wife, Imelda, from 1965 to 1986. When he was overthrown during the People Power Revolution in 1986, the excesses of their lifestyle within the palace were revealed to the world as protesters flooded into the grounds.

Malacañang Palace is situated on the northern banks of the Pasig River, a couple of kilometres from the Intramuros district and Rizal Park. It’s a short walk south from Legarda Station and the Mendiola jeepney stop which are both located near the intersection of these two major thoroughfares.

In 1750 Don Luis Rocha built a summer house along the banks of the Pasig River, which was later purchased by the government as a summer residence for the Spanish Governor-General. It was occupied by American Military and Civil Governors under US rule, before becoming the presidential residence for the Philippines following independence.

Malacañang Palace travel FAQs

The official residence of the President of the Philippines is Malacañang Palace, which is a series of Spanish colonial and neo-classical buildings situated in the San Miguel district of Manila. Originally built in the mid-18th century, it has been extensively enlarged and refurbished throughout its history, as it has been seized several times during protests and coup attempts.

Today the Malacañang Palace is open to the public as a museum, with visitors entering through the Entrance Hall made from beige Philippine marble. From here a mirrored passage leads towards the Heroes Hall which is adorned in busts of national heroes, while a Grand Staircase made from Philippine hardwood leads up towards the impressive Reception Hall with its three large Czech chandeliers. Official portraits of the Presidents of the Philippines are featured on the walls, while an elaborate ceiling carved by Isabelo Tampingco rises above. The largest room in the palace is the adjacent Ceremonial Hall where state dinners and functions are held, while the State Dining Room is reserved for lavish meals with official visitors. The official “Office of the President” is the Presidential Study which exhibits the same desk used since Quezon’s reign in 1935, while the Music Room is where concerts featuring famous Filipino and international musicians were held. The remainder of Malacañang Palace’s rooms is comprised of private quarters and bedrooms, with it being somewhat of a tradition that the incoming president doesn’t select the same bedroom as his predecessor. Malacañang Palace was extensively refurbished during the reign of President Ferdinand Marcos who lived there with his wife, Imelda, from 1965 to 1986. When he was overthrown during the People Power Revolution in 1986, the excesses of their lifestyle within the palace were revealed to the world as protesters flooded into the grounds.

Malacañang Palace is situated on the northern banks of the Pasig River, a couple of kilometres from the Intramuros district and Rizal Park. It’s a short walk south from Legarda Station and the Mendiola jeepney stop which are both located near the intersection of these two major thoroughfares.

In 1750 Don Luis Rocha built a summer house along the banks of the Pasig River, which was later purchased by the government as a summer residence for the Spanish Governor-General. It was occupied by American Military and Civil Governors under US rule, before becoming the presidential residence for the Philippines following independence.

  • What are the best hotels near Malacañang Palace?

    Malacañang Palace is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is La Casarita, which has a current rating of 8.0. For other potential stays, consider Hotel Sogo Recto and 8hostel, which can also be great places to stay near Malacañang Palace.