5 Things to Love about Manila Marriott Hotel

Manila Marriott Hotel is located right across NAIA 3 which makes it perfectly accessible to travelers. It provides a comfortable haven to people who need a place to stay for a simple staycation or a place to rest for business travellers. However, there is more to Manila Marriott than just being a place to stay. Here we list down 5 things that will make you fall in love with Manila Marriott.

Marriott Cafe

Hosting a sumptuous buffet that serves fresh seafood as well as cooked to your liking rib eye steaks, one can never go wrong when dining       at Marriott Cafe. Breakfast alone can leave you full for the whole day, what more with lunch and dinner. Price range is also very                  reasonable and comes with coffee already.

Lobby Lounge / CREMA

Welcoming and cozy is the best description for the lobby lounge of Manila Marriott. You can sit there and while away the afternoon while enjoying their coffee which is priced just right. You can also work and enjoy the fast internet that the hotel provides. Whether it’s an afternoon out with friends or a “coworking space” you are looking for, the lobby lounge of Marriott has something for you.

Pool Deck Area

Sometimes, you just want a pool where you can relax and swim or perhaps take that perfect OOTD. The pool deck of Marriott in both the main wing and the west wing are the answers to your needs. Uncomplicated, straighforward with a view to remember, the pool deck is what you need when you just want to take a break from it all.

Man Ho

If you wanna impress someone, celebrate a victory, or just indulge, Man Ho of the Marriott West Wing is the best place to do that. Beef so tender it melts in your mouth and no fail goodness of every single dish served is what we can promise to you. With Man Ho, every bite is simply worth every penny spent.


Yes, Manila Marriott has finally gave in your call chinggu. They are celebrating Koreanfest with a cooking demo on the 18th and 19th at 10am and 2pm respectively and of course, the chance to wear your very own Hanbok as well as dine on japchae, Korean pancakes, bibimbap, and samgyupsal. They flew in 4 chefs from Korea to demonstrate how to cook Korean food properly. No details were spared so if you feel like having a bit of Korea right here in Manila, this is the best place to be. Who knows, you may also find your OPPA here.



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