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Holiday rental apartments in Manila

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Top-rated apartments in Manila

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5-Star Luxury Residence at Budget Price Near MOA

5-Star Accomodation at Shell Residences TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for the Consistent Achievement of High Ratings from Travellers Luxurious Resort-Feel 1BR Unit Residence at Budget Price Fully Furnished One Bedroom Unit with Balcony facing the nice view to the large pool area. This nifty unit with a 5-Star luxury-feel residence is perfect for someone who wants more than comfort with no frills.

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Penthouse Suite @ 66 floor Gramercy

Welcome to the Gramercy Residences! Experience the best staycation at our 1 BR Penthouse in 66 floor.A cozy,quiet,corner room with 2 balconies and be amaze of the breathtaking view of the City.Fantastic location for those seeking a luxurious staycation in the heart of Makati.

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Teka Makati 504 Furnished Studio near TridentTower

Just a short walk to Ayala/Buendia and a 5-minute ride to Makati CBD, Teka Makati by Point Blue is a 6-storey integrated microstudio building. It is equipped with biometric access points and an elevator, and its common areas are covered with high-definition surveillance cameras. Where you can access The Roof-deck to hangout and chill. We are located at 7959 Teka St., San Antonio, Makati City

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Stay near Manila's top sights

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Rizal Park92 locals recommend
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Glorietta69 locals recommend
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Manila Ocean Park76 locals recommend
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Fort Santiago33 locals recommend
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Manila Bay11 locals recommend
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Robinsons Place Manila41 locals recommend

Houses in Manila

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HOMEY AND COZY | 1BR (SLEEPS 5)
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DANUPRA GARDEN DECK
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  2. San Antonio
MAKATI ROYALE
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Ping Pong, Billiards, PS4, WIFI - QC MATINO SaLaro
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Private Window AC Room Makati Ave Rockwell Bel Air
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Solo Room Makati Ave Century City Gramercy Ayala
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Solo AC Window Room Makati Ave Ayala Paseo Roxas
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A cozy , spacious home away from home❤️
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Adria Residences - RUBY Garden - 2 Bedroom Unit
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BIG FAMILY HOME 4BR 5T&B in Quezon City !!
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Private Room Bunk Bed AC WiFi Jupiter Gil Puyat
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  2. Fort Bonifacio
condo near uptown mall

Pet-friendly apartments

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Cool Elegant Gramercy 64th Flr Penthouse PROMO ⭐
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High-end unit at 37th Flr of Acqua Residences
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Paris Dreamy Chic Studio at Gramercy 58th Flr! ⭐
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Private Studio B Circuit Makati Ayala Chino Roces
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3 Bedroom Condo near Venice Piazza Mall
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Stylish Apartment at The Heart of Poblacion
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8-Sharing Mix Dormitory in Makati CBD
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Private Studio Circuit Makati Chino Roces Ave PRC
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🌻 Circuit Makati Ave Private Studio Bathroom Wifi
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2-room quiet apt in Makati's hippest district
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Classy and spacious 1 bedroom condominium in BGC
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Studio w/ BIG Balcony+parking near Makati/Ortigas

Apartments with air conditioning

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EST 211: Fully Furnished Studio near Makati CBD
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EST 302: Fully Furnished Studio near Makati CBD
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Work&Chill CapsuleRoom#A nr UST | 100mbps+Netflix
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EST 303: Fully Furnished Studio near Makati CBD
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Poblacion, Mid-Century Modern SMEG Kitchen Netflix
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TKA 408: Fully Furnished Studio near Makati CBD
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Fully Furnished Studio Unit at Vertis North
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Luxury studio on 47th. floor (Netflix+wifi)
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TKA 405: Fully Furnished Studio near Makati CBD
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PER 229 Furnished Studio for 2 in Poblacion Makati
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TKA 407: Fully Furnished Studio near Makati CBD
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Teka Makati 420: Furnished Studio in San Antonio

Your guide to Manila

All About Manila

Located on the edge of Manila Bay and bisected by the snaking Pasig river, Manila is a diverse, busy, absorbing city. The capital city of the Philippines has been a major trading hub for centuries and still has one of the busiest ports in Asia. The city seamlessly fuses old and new — huge shopping malls and towering high-rise apartments sit alongside centuries-old churches and monuments. People also come here to soak up the nightlife and delve into the country’s history at its many museums.

The old historic, walled centre of the city, Intramuros, features Spanish-era architecture, while Binondo is a hotspot for Chinese culture with restaurants and food stands offering mouthwatering dishes at every turn. Karaoke is a popular pastime in Manila, and you won’t go far before spotting a venue where you can sing the night away. The districts of Makati and Fort Bonifacio are known for dining and nightlife, and the sprawling Rizal Park is home to the National Planetarium and the National Museum of Anthropology.


How do I get around Manila?

Manila’s main airport is Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL), which is around half an hour from the city centre. There is no direct train service from the international terminal into the city, but there are buses, taxis, and ride-hailing services available. You will also find an interchange around 20 minutes from the airport where you can hop on either the MRT metro or LRT light rail system, depending on the location of your Manila holiday rental. A fun way to get around is hiring one of the city’s iconic jeepneys, which are small buses often painted in bright colours and adorned with decorations.


When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Manila?

Manila has a tropical climate, which means there are two distinct seasons: wet and dry. The best time to visit is usually during the dry season, which runs from December until May. With consistently warm temperatures and low rainfall, this is the ideal time of year for exploring Manila’s colourful streets while dining outdoors and visiting its many monuments and churches. The dry season is also the best time to visit if you plan on venturing out to one of the Philippines’ famous beaches. In January, the Feast of the Black Nazarene draws crowds to the city’s Quiapo district. This religious celebration sees worshippers gather in the plaza outside the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene for a procession centred on a sacred statue of Jesus Christ.

The wet season, which runs from June until November, is typically very humid. The city can also be prone to flooding and cyclones at this time of year. That said, it can also be a good time to make the most of the city’s vast shopping malls and indoor entertainment offerings.


What are the top things to do in Manila?

Intramuros

Known as the “walled city,” Intramuros is Manila’s historic district and was the seat of government when the country was ruled by Spain. You’ll find well-preserved Spanish-era architecture, paved roads, and several historic monuments and sculptures here, including Fort Santiago, Manila Cathedral, and Plaza de Roma and Casa Manila.

Binondo

Manila is known for its street food, and one of the best places to sample it is Binondo — a vibrant suburb full of hole-in-the-wall eateries, shops, restaurants, and bakeries. Binondo is believed to be the world’s first Chinatown, home to a large Chinese community and culinary delights including dumplings, oyster cake, lumpia, and kiampong.

Rizal Park

This vast, green space is located in the heart of the city. Occupying over 140 acres, Rizal Park is one of the largest urban parks in Asia. It’s a popular spot for picnics, walking, and exercising and is also home to spectacular fountains and ornamental gardens, open-air concert halls, and even an observatory, alongside some of the country’s most significant museums.