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  1. #2813
    It is close to Harrison mall which apparently has some freelancers. As someone has already noted, you'd be better off closer to Robinson's mall.

    I stayed at Aloha one night and then moved. It was too noisy.

    Quote Originally Posted by IAmPrakash  [View Original Post]
    Hi all,

    Have a trip to Manila coming up next week. Will be staying in Aloha Hotel, Malate, Manila.

    Phili regulars / Seniors, please help me with pointers regarding.

    1. How joiner friendly the hotel is?

    2. How good is the location of Aloha W. R. T places of action?

    Thanks in advance.

    IamPrakash.

  2. #2812
    Quote Originally Posted by WilBarry  [View Original Post]
    Does anybody have any stories on taking back to your room hotel workers at the front desk or restaurants etc?
    This has been discussed before on many occasions.

    It's not a good idea, and your common sense will tell you why.

    Most hotels have rules against this, and the CCTV will catch the girl. The worst scenario is that she will obtain access to your personal data, passport and photo, address etc given on check-in even if she is a maid or waitress and not front desk.

    This could end up very badly if there is any conflict between you and the girl.

  3. #2811
    Quote Originally Posted by IAmPrakash  [View Original Post]
    Hi all,

    Have a trip to Manila coming up next week. Will be staying in Aloha Hotel, Malate, Manila.

    Phili regulars / Seniors, please help me with pointers regarding.

    1. How joiner friendly the hotel is?

    2. How good is the location of Aloha W. R. T places of action?

    Thanks in advance.

    IamPrakash.
    Good place with a nice rooftop pool. All hotels are guest friendly on that street. There's action all over the place. It depends on your priorities and budget.

  4. #2810

    Pointers.

    I don't know why you chose this hotel but you could have opted for a hotel nearer to Robinsons Mall for LA Café or you could have chosen a hotel nearer to Malls of Asia. All the information is already given in the forum, you just need to read.

    Quote Originally Posted by IAmPrakash  [View Original Post]
    Hi all, Have a trip to Manila coming up next week. Will be staying in Aloha Hotel, Malate, Manila. Phili regulars / Seniors, please help me with pointers regarding. IamPrakash.

  5. #2809

    Armada Hotel.

    Stayed at Armada Hotel in 2014, my girl did not check in. She was allowed to the room. However, she was not a working girl but a normal next door girl trying to make some extra money.

    Quote Originally Posted by WilBarry  [View Original Post]
    Armada hotel. About $60 a night. Fridge, mini safe, air conditioner, water boiler and very clean. Did not see any bugs. About 15 min walk to Robinsons. About 10 min walk to club zzyzx. Girl must check in. Downstairs restaurant is OK. I would go back to this hotel occasionally.

  6. #2808
    Quote Originally Posted by WilBarry  [View Original Post]
    Does anybody have any stories on taking back to your room hotel workers at the front desk or restaurants etc?
    Hotel staff will get fired if seen fraternizing with guests.

  7. #2807

    Aloha Hotel, Malate. Any pointers.

    Hi all,

    Have a trip to Manila coming up next week. Will be staying in Aloha Hotel, Malate, Manila.

    Phili regulars / Seniors, please help me with pointers regarding.

    1. How joiner friendly the hotel is?

    2. How good is the location of Aloha W. R. T places of action?

    Thanks in advance.

    IamPrakash.

  8. #2806

    Hotel front desk.

    Does anybody have any stories on taking back to your room hotel workers at the front desk or restaurants etc?

  9. #2805
    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy4Thai  [View Original Post]
    I stayed at the one in Ermita last April. I have not stayed at a Red Planet so cannot make that comparison. The bed was comfortable, the water was hot and with enough pressure. The place was clean. Wi-fi worked good. There was a a table just big enough for my laptop. The room was small but not ridiculously small. I had to put my suitcase under the bed, No mini fridge and no coffee maker. No problem. Hallway traffic was a little noisy at times. It was about half what I normally pay but was good. I would repeat.
    Thanks for the concise informative information. I might give them a try sometime. They said they would be building in Aseana City which is a great location to MOA and NAIA. Currently I use Red Planet there when I arrive and leave there.

  10. #2804
    Quote Originally Posted by Flak3  [View Original Post]
    Tried out the I'm Hotel. With discounts it came out to $71 USD per night plus taxes and fees. Basic room, a little on the small side. Just enough room for a bed. Large TV though 50". Crabtree and Evelyn bath products. Friendly staff. ID check and call, so girl friendly. Great swimming pool with see through bottom. It was strange swimming with people walking underneath. Also entering the hotel it's interesting looking up and seeing the swimmers. Buffet was okay. Not worth the add on or 800 pesos. Most of the food was cold and the cooked items weren't to my taste. They do offer a free buffet with the spa treatment so that's not a bad option. Had time to kill so I did the three hour spa package (body scrub, tea bath, buffet and massage). Very nice but at 3000 pesos, I don't think it was worth it when Touch of Hands offers a similar service for 800 pesos one building over. You're really paying for the upgraded spa rooms. Within a few blocks of P Burgos and Century Mall.

    Only possible negative would be the hotel is more family oriented. Lots of kids and families during my stay. Awkward coming in at night with a girl in tow. With the right discount I would definitely pay a little more for I'm Hotel over the other hotels or AirBnB's in the area.
    Arriving in phils for the first time in 2 weeks time, brief 4 night stay in Makati and I've booked the I'm hotel, couldn't find much info on it but after reading you're post I'm quietly confident I've made a good choice, I know I could of got cheaper but as its my first time etc I thought I would splash out a little, not bothered about about the family / kids aspect, hopefully I will be too busy to notice.

  11. #2803
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    Has anyone used Hop Inn and what are the rooms and hotel like?
    I stayed at the one in Ermita last April. I have not stayed at a Red Planet so cannot make that comparison. The bed was comfortable, the water was hot and with enough pressure. The place was clean. Wi-fi worked good. There was a a table just big enough for my laptop. The room was small but not ridiculously small. I had to put my suitcase under the bed, No mini fridge and no coffee maker. No problem. Hallway traffic was a little noisy at times. It was about half what I normally pay but was good. I would repeat.

  12. #2802

    Hop Inn Hotels

    I seen in the news that Hop Inn will be building 10 more hotels in the Philippines. Currently Hop Inn has one in Makati and one in Ermita. From hotel sites pictures they seem to be a grade or have a little larger rooms than Red Planet.

    Has anyone used Hop Inn and what are the rooms and hotel like?

  13. #2801
    Malate:

    Armada hotel. About $60 a night. Fridge, mini safe, air conditioner, water boiler and very clean. Did not see any bugs. About 15 min walk to Robinsons. About 10 min walk to club zzyzx. Girl must check in. Downstairs restaurant is OK. I would go back to this hotel occasionally.

    Birch tower. Used for airbnb. 1 min from Robinsons. Clean. Girl must check in and holy hell theres like 100 IDs of girls at the front desk during the evening.

    Manila hotel. About $90 a night. Not really in Malate so kind of far. Its definitely a nice hotel. Nice lobby, great front desk, good view, room has everything you need. But its just so far. Probably not coming back because its far.

    Makati:

    A. Venue hotel. About $50. Great hotel. Its somehow modern and classy at the same time if that makes sense. Has stovetop. Right next to royal club and big supermarket. Girl can just walk in without checking in. Would come back often.

    Hop Inn. About $25 a night. Located at the end of Makati ave. No frills hotel. No fridge, no dental kits, but has a mini safe. A lot of noise from the street and hallways. But I am not a light sleeper and don't really mind. Very clean, great front desk. Would stay here often.

    I'm hotel. About $90 a night. Modern hotel, something you would pay $200 a night for in the US. Its a good hotel but I'm not sure if I would come back theres so many kids.

    Hyatt city of dreams. Meh its a Hyatt. Very far.

  14. #2800

    Swimsuit wear

    What is regarded as "too sexy" or revealing is not the upper body, but showing legs up to the crotch. Swimsuit for a starter girl can include a short skirt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boarer  [View Original Post]
    I would add, I take them to the pools, after purchasing a suitable pair of swimsuit for them. FIY, bikinis with less material than an pocket square can sometimes run more than US200. So sometimes t-shirt and shorts over bra and panties are what they are used to! ;-D

  15. #2799
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    Pool can be hit / miss. Many pinay don't know how to swim (nor do they have bathing suit). I like a pool myself, but when I look at condos / hotels for pool, I remember to tell myself that the pool is for me.
    I would add, I take them to the pools, after purchasing a suitable pair of swimsuit for them. FIY, bikinis with less material than an pocket square can sometimes run more than US200. So sometimes t-shirt and shorts over bra and panties are what they are used to! ;-D

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