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    Hotels Near Manila Airport (NAIA Terminal 1, 2, 3, 4)

    To answer questions from people looking for accommodations and budget hotels near Manila Airport (officially Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)) to stay at for those who who have to wait for connecting flights or just to be comfortable striking distance from NAIA.

    Note that the word "near" is relative and needs to be defined first for it to be used in this post and will not answer questions on "how far is this hotel" from the airport kind of thing. Tutubi will just use approximate travel time, not absolute distance from the airport terminals as reference.

    The nearest hotels to NAIA Terminal 3 are luxury Marriott Hotel, Maxim's Hotel and the soon-to-be-open Remington Hotel and Belmont condotel and the planned Hamilton Hotel inside the spanking Newport City opposite the terminal on Andrew's Avenue. It's also very near to the other airport terminals.

    The nearest hotel to NAIA Terminal 2 used to be the government-owned Philippine Village Hotel but is closed indefinitely.

    UPDATED: APRIL 2013

    List of hotels in "nearness order" from the airport:

    About 30 minutes or less from all NAIA Terminals (within five kilometers from the airport)

    Wine Museum Hotel (Aurora Blvd (formerly Tramo St))
    Nichols Airport Hotel (in front of Pearl Plaza Mall on Quirino Avenue)
    RAF Mansion (Roxas Blvd)
    Heritage Hotel at the corner of EDSA and Roxas Boulevard
    Networld Hotel (Roxas Boulevard)
    Traders Hotel Manila (Roxas Boulevard)
    Radisson Hotel Manila Bay and Regent Manila Bay (under contruction) within SM Mall of Asia complex
    Microtel Inns and Suites within SM Mall of Asia complex
    Hotel Sofitel Philippine Plaza (CCP Complex, Pasay City)
    Hotels and (seedy) Motels in Pasay at the corner of EDSA and F.B. Harrisson St. not recommended for tourists unless you're looking for some "action" and hassles
    Kabayan Hotel Pasay on EDSA near Corner Taft Avenue, walking distance from MRT and LRT Stations (remarks: accessible by public transportation)
    Solaire Resorts and Casino at the PAGCOR Entertainment City

    30 minutes to an hour from Manila Airport:

    ayala avenue makati shangri-la hotelMakati Avenue corner Ayala Avenue at night with view of Makati Shangri-La Hotel and The Peninsula Manila, (picture taken through dirty glass window using Canon 300D in slow shutter)

    Hotels in Makati e.g. Shangri-La Makati (Ayala corner Makati Avenue), The Peninsula Manila (Ayala corner Makati Avenue), Dusit Thani Hotel (EDSA near Ayala Center), Hotel Intercontinental (Ayala Avenue near corner EDSA), The Ascott (formerly Oakwood at the Glorietta Mall complex), Best Western Astor (Makati Avenue near Kalayaan), Great Eastern Hotel (Makati Avenue near Kalayaan), Fairmont Makati Hot, Renaissance Makati City Hotel, Sommerset Olympia Makati (Makati Avenue), Mandarin Oriental (Makati Avenue corner Paseo de Roxas), Makati Palace Hotel, Jupiter Suites,
    St. Giles Hotel, Riverview Apratelle, Robelle Hotel (J.P. Rizal St),

    Hotels in Fort Bonifacio (The Fort or Bonifacio Global City (BGC)), Taguig City e.g. Shangri-la at The Fort and Grand Hyatt Hotel (both under construction), Best Western Premier F1 Hotel, Seda Hotel BGC, The Fort Budget Hotel, Global City Hotel (Luxe Residences), Kukun Hotel,

    Hotels in Mandaluyong City e.g. Go Hotel (EDSA beside Robinsons Pioneer), Richville Hotel (EDSA near Crossing/Shaw Blvd), New Horizon Hotel (EDSA corner Boni Avenue), EDSA Shangri-la Hotel (beside SM Megamall), Lancaster Hotel (Shaw Blvd), The Legend Villas (Pioneer St.) and Nice Hotel EDSA Crossing.

    Hotels in Pasig City Ortigas Center e.g. Discovery Suites, Linden Suites Hotel, Richmonde Plaza Hotel (San Miguel Avenue), Astoria Plaza (Jose Maria Escriva Drive)

    The Flower Group Motels in Pasig City on Shaw Boulevard and Kapitolyo area (again, not recommended for usual tourists and family vacations)

    Budget Hotels in Manila (Malate and Ermita districts) (can be reached in less than an hour but unpredictable) e.g. Century Park Hotel (P. Ocampo near Harrison Plaza and SM), Hyatt Hotel and Casino Manila (Pedro Gil Corner MH Del Pilar), Waterfront Manila Pavilion Hotel (UN Avenue), Bayview Park Hotel (across US Embassy on Roxas Boulevard), G Hotel (boutique hotel on Roxas Boulevard), Midland Plaza Hotel, Manila Diamond Hotel (with Free Internet Access in all rooms, Roxas Boulevard), Palm Plaza Hotel (Pedro Gil corner M Adriatico St), Pan Pacific Manila (M. Adriatico corner Gen. Malvar Streets , Malate), Manila Hotel (Roxas Boulevard), Hotel Intramuros de Manila (Cabildo corner Urdaneta, Intramuros), Manila Grand Opera House Hotel (Sta. Cruz, Manila)

    An hour or two from Manila Airport:

    Hotels in Quezon City (it's a big city north of the airport so be forewarned) e.g. Eurotel Araneta Center, Sulo Hotel, Great Eastern Hotel (Quezon Avenue), Hotel Rembrandt (Tomas Morato), Imperial Palace Suites Hotel (Timog corner Tomas Morato), Tri-Place Hotel, Nice Hotel, Astrotel (Cubao), Gran Prix Hotel

    Notes:
    List mostly on five star, four star or three star hotel accommodations, even budget hotels
    No information on the cheapest room rates available.
    Please visit official websites for inquiries and reservations.
    Travel time is based on taxi travel from the airport and will be much less on lean times i.e. late night, dawn and early mornings.

    A typical dawn trip of Tutubi from Quezon City to the airport takes about an hour via EDSA and costs PhP300.00 on the taxi meter fare. Metered taxi fare from the airport to Makati CBD is just around PhP150.00 (a little over US$3)

    This site does not offer online booking nor promo room rates, it's just a rough guide to hotels near Manila airport for your reference so as not to be misled by other websites on the distance of your chosen hotel from your airport disregarding practical travel times and normal traffic situations.

    Related Posts
    Manila Airport Guide
    How to get to NAIA Terminal 3
    Airport Terminal Fees
    Overnight Parking at NAIA Terminal 2

    Hotel Near NAIA Terminal 1, Hotel Near NAIA Terminal 2, Hotel Near NAIA Terminal 3, Hotel Near NAIA Terminal 4, Hotel near old Manila Domestic Airport Terminal

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:32 PM,

    16 Comments:

    At Apr 20, 2009, 7:25:00 PM, Anonymous bw said...

    as usual, a very informative post :)

     
    At May 13, 2009, 3:14:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I thought this site is about backpacking ? What about economic places to stay like Malate Penisone, maybe Tropicana etc ? Don't think Shangri La Makati is a place for backpackers.

     
    At May 13, 2009, 8:12:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, yeah for backpacking but I sometimes digress ;P besides the post says hotels near the airport, not cheap backpacker accommodations nor pension houses near the airport so why complain? Pension houses are not hotels :P

     
    At Apr 17, 2010, 1:09:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    does camp crame really has a dorm for rent?what would be the estimated travel time if we travel at around 4am?

     
    At Apr 19, 2010, 12:18:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, i don't know about camp crame, sorry. from the airport to cubao at 4am? it's around 20 minutes :P

     
    At Apr 22, 2010, 12:13:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi, have a houses and apartments for sale or lease, where the very popular video scandal of a certain media personality was recorded. utilities and association dues will be covered, free wifi internet and bottomless beer available on request. thanks!

     
    At Aug 8, 2010, 6:19:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    please help me on how to apply in maxim hotel for a job lyk waiter bartender near at the naia airport minala.

     
    At Sep 3, 2010, 11:28:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    i am coming to manila this sunday becoz my husband arrived monday and were looking for a cheap pension house where we can stay for 2 days as we going home to dipolog city also not been far from naia terminal 2.may i know tomorrow the answer,thank you .GOD BLESS

     
    At Jan 9, 2011, 8:39:00 AM, Anonymous AsiaBill said...

    private rooms with 8 rates from P300 to P950(U$6+ to U$22 )and U$4 bedspaces only 2.6 km from NAIA 1 Domestic & Centennial2 and 4km from NAIA3 more less a 30 minute walk away. 24 hour check-in and airport service http://www.townhousehotelmanila.com Open since January 1986.

     
    At Mar 17, 2011, 4:50:00 PM, Anonymous nusy said...

    thank you! this is very useful :)

     
    At May 8, 2011, 3:13:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi tutubi, this may come off as advertisement but also a good tip for those who need an affordable but clean transient place. it's in Bacoor but my friend(owner) says just 30 mins to makati or airport because of a new expressway. www.dragonflytransienthouse.com. Owner is Joan Crisanto. Thanks! :)

     
    At Apr 5, 2012, 7:34:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Good day! Our flight will be on sunday. I want to know if there is a parking area at terminal 1 and if there is how much will i pay for 7 days?
    i'm also looking for a hostel or an inn near terminal 1 to spend a night before my travel... please suggest if there is. Many thanks.

     
    At Apr 5, 2012, 8:11:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, overnight parking at the airport is PhP50.00/night thus PhP350.00 for your 6 nights...have yet to update my posts on hotels near manila airport...soon

     
    At Aug 26, 2012, 9:08:00 PM, Anonymous Ashley Vincent King said...

    One of the better, cheaper hotels is located in metropolitan Avenue called the El Rico. I have stayed there twice and when i return I shall stay there again. The rooms are reasonable in price, usually about 1,400 php per night for a double, that is large clean and very tidy, We have a large bedroom, a lounge and shower/ toilet combined. There was a CTV with usual cable channels, as well as free wifi in the hotel Lobby. There is an armed guard on the door 24hours a day and theye are very helpful. The taxi fare to and from the hotel to the port and also the the airport is no more than 250 php. The hotel will organise a good taxi driver when you check out or if you are travelling around. There is lots to do, go round the corner and ask for " Nido " the tricycle driver. he will take you on an informative tour for 100 pesos. there are num,erous eating houses in the region, But the best by far is the Bacolod chicken Express, right by the Tricyle stand ! Enjoy the stay I always do !!!!

     
    At Sep 11, 2012, 11:59:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hello: I will be arriving NAIA (United) in a couple weeks on a tight budget. How will I get to Alabang (TownCenter Mall) via commute from the Airport. I know my way from Alabang, to my destination.

    Thank you kindly

     
    At Jul 10, 2013, 12:37:00 PM, Anonymous jon said...

    another piece of useful information. Thanks for that !

     

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