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This boutique hotel occupies what used to be the home of a descendant of a Filipino hero executed by Spanish colonizers. Built in 1931, the building also served as the living quarters of the Japanese Navy during World War II and later housed the Indonesian Embassy. The lobby, intimate and cozy in predominantly cream hues, was once the living room. The elegantly furnished rooms and suites include two-story penthouses. Suites come equipped with dining/cooking facilities. Deluxe suite guests enjoy a view of Manila Bay.
This hotel, especially popular for its well-appointed fitness center/spa, sits atop a four-story complex of dining and entertainment spots. The spacious guest rooms come elegantly furnished, each one equipped with fax machine and Internet access. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls at the executive lounge on the 21st floor allow a panoramic view of Manila Bay. Attentive service from a team of well-trained butlers can be expected by guests 24 hours a day.
Named after the thoroughfare (Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, or EDSA) that came to world attention during the miraculous People Power Revolution of 1986, this exemplary, deluxe business hotel opened in 1992 and easily filled its guest and function rooms. The hotel also became popular for its lobby lounge, with floor-to-ceiling windows facing lush tropical greenery. An additional wing was constructed in 1997. Three shopping malls are within the vicinity.
The Island Cove Resort and Leisure Park is a great opportunity if you are looking for a place to get away from it all. It is ISO 9001:2000 certified so you can rest assured of world-class quality. The cottages are well equipped to ensure that everything that you require is there, thus ensuring a comfortable stay on the island.