|Most expensive month:||October|
|Average price in Pasig:||S$ 149/night|
|Cheapest price found:||S$ 16/night|
|Most expensive day:||Wednesday|
Hotel Sogo Santolan
Doña Juana Subd., Marcos Hi-Way, Pasig, Philippines
Ace Hotel And Suites
United Street Corner & Brixton Stre, Near Pioneer, Pasig City 1605, Manila Philippines, Pasig, Philippines
Edsa Shangri-La, Manila
1 Garden Way, Ortigas Center, Pasig, Philippines
Joy Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila - Managed by AccorHotels
17 Adb Avenue Ortigas Center, Pasig, Philippines
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Located within the Metro Manila area, Pasig City is a fast-growing commercial hub that’s home to the Ortigas Center financial and central business district. With a plethora of high-quality hotels, restaurants and bars, Pasig City is an ideal base from which to explore the Philippines.
Pasig City showcases both the traditional and modern faces of the Philippines. Most widely known as a rapidly developing business centre, one of the best things to do in Pasig is to enjoy the perks that come along with the city’s new found status. That means arching your neck to marvel at glossy skyscrapers, tucking into top-notch restaurants and dancing the night away at exclusive bars and clubs.
If that’s not really your thing and you’d rather soak up a bit of local culture, head over to central Pasig and the bustling Plaza Rizal area. Home to Pasig Cathedral, an 18th-century architectural marvel as well as a museum showcasing city’s rich cultural tradition, Plaza Rizal is also the best place to come for authentic local cuisine.
Keen to try Filipino food? It doesn’t get much better than Pasig City institution Ado’s Panciteria. This restaurant serves up traditional Filipino cuisine to swathes of customers day-in and day-out, and is a must visit for any foodie visiting Pasig. From traditional noodles to steaming soups and everything in between, Ado’s has been doing it better than anybody for generations.
Certainly, the most comfortable way of getting around in Pasig City is via taxi. Air conditioned and comfortable, they’re preferable to a crowded jeepney any day of the week. That said, if you’re looking to see how the locals live, you should experience the unique thrill of a jeepney ride at least once during your stay in the Philippines.
298 reviews rated Richmonde Hotel Ortigas with an average score of 7.7/10. It may also be worth looking into the Edsa Shangri-La, Manila, which received a rating of 8.8/10 from 699 reviews. Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria could also be a good option, with a score of 8.1/10 from 182 reviews.
Edsa Shangri-La, Manila is a good hotel close to Ortigas Center - it has scored 8.8 over 699 reviews from HotelsCombined users.
There are some great bars and restaurants in Pasig, especially in the Kapitolyo area. Just off Shaw Boulevard, you have Cafe Juanita (serving classic Filipino food), Siam Thai, Sky Garden Steakhouse and Tittos Latin BBQ & Grill. Some bars in the area are the Tipsy Pig Gastropub, Eleven Tables and Sky High Bar. Some Pasig hotels in the area include Red Planet Manila Ortiga, Privato Ortigas and Maxx Hotel Ortigas. Along or near Dona Julia Vargas Avenue, you’ll find restaurants like Komodia Bar & Restaurant, Bugsy’s Bar & Bistro and Bluefin Grill. There are also many bars like Nostalgia Lounge Bar, New Order Urban Lounge Bar and Santai Restobar. Nearby accommodation in Pasig includes Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria, Citadines Millennium Ortigas Manila and Joy Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila Managed by AccorHotels.
Pasig is a great place for families to stay. Climb Central Manila offers rock climbing; kids can bounce on trampolines at Jump Yard Indoor Trampoline Park; and The Bike Playground offers indoor and outdoor trails for all ages. Nearby Pasig hotels include Marco Polo Ortigas Manila and Ortigas Serenity. Pasig Rainforest Park is a great place for families, with its mini zoo, swimming pools, kids’ playland, mini train station and more. Ark Avilon Zoo is great for the whole family, and nearby hotels in Pasig are Discovery Suite and The Exchange Regency Residence Hotel. For a bit of history, take the kids to Bahay na Tisa, a bahay na bato building from the Spanish colonial period, or the Katarungan Ruins. Nearby Pasig accommodation includes Maxx Hotel Ortigas, Jazz Apartment and RedDoorz near C5 Kalayaan Avenue Makati.
Pasig is a great place to explore on its own as well as use as a base from which to explore Manila. You can visit the Ace Water Spa, with hydrotherapy pools, aqua jets and Olympic-sized pools. Nearby Pasig hotels include Ortigas Budget Hotel – Kapitolyo, Food District Hostel – Ortigas Kapitolyo and Cozy Studio @ One Capitol Condo 2nd St. Kapitolyo. The Pasig City Museum is housed in a mansion and tells the history of the area and people. Down the road, you'll find Pasig Cathedral or RCBP Immaculate Conception Cathedral. Hotels in Pasig in the vicinity include Jazz Apartment and RedDoorz near C5 Kalayaan Avenue Makati.
Pasig has a cosmopolitan urban feel and is a great place for shopping for all sorts of items at the many shopping areas and complexes. Tiendesitas is a shopping complex with pavilions selling antiques, handicrafts and food, and it also hosts exhibits, trade shows and performances. In the same area, there is also SM Center Pasig. Pasig hotels nearby include Currency Serviced Suites and Ortigas Serenity. Ayala Malls The 30th is a trendy shopping area that extends over four floors and has more than 60 options for dining, the nearby Estancia is a high-end shopping centre that has global fashion brands. Down the road, you’ll find Shangri-La Plaza, with over 300 shops and restaurants, as well as SM Megamall – in the top 20 largest shopping centres in the world. Hotels in Pasig in the area include The Malayan Plaza, Discovery Suites and Bsa Twin Towers.