Manila Crown Palace is every traveler’s favorite destination whilst in Manila, situated at the heart of Manila’s center for commerce and tourism which is Malate.
The Asian-inspired accommodations are comfortable, cozy, and clean. There are a variety of rooms to choose from: Superior Double Room, Deluxe Double Room, Junior and Executive Suite. All rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with a flat screen TV, WiFi Internet access, a voltage converter, a mini bar, a safety deposit box, and writing desk with chair. Each of the bathrooms have hot and cold shower as well as toiletries, towels, and hair dryer. The only difference among the rooms are the beds. The Superior and Deluxe rooms have queen-size beds while the Junior and Executive suites are provided with king-size beds. All room options are capable of accommodating at least two people, making them ideal for couples looking for a comfortable place where they can spend some private time or even business travelers who need private space to rest and do a bit of work. Even budget travelers will find the rooms appropriate as they are not as expensive as the high-end hotels all over Manila.
Manila Crown Palace facilities features a Steak House that offers affordable and mouth-watering dishes especially prepared for each and every discerning guest. Every guest can enjoy in-room amenities such as complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi access, complete bath amenities and many more. Manila Crown Palace is known as a boutique hotel lying in the center of a bustling city giving every guest a comfort they truly deserve.
It is near the many major attractions of Manila. Aside from Rizal Park and Intramuros, you can easily find your way to Malate Church, Manila Zoo, World Trade Center, and China town. If you love shopping, you can check out the major shopping malls such as Robinson’s Place Ermita and SM Mall of Asia. Manila Crown Palace Hotel is also near must visit restaurants such as Café Adtriatico, Café Havana, and Korean Palace for more dining options. There are also more choices to try along the long stretch of restaurants in Ermita and Mabini Street.