Charming attractions for every traveller


The famed Walled City was built in 1571 and remains a throwback landmark to the Philippines’ Spanish period. With architecture that has survived for more than four hundred years, the historic walls, bulwarks, and plazas of Intramuros continue to be a tourist destination that engage and educate.

Fort Santiago 

A magnificent and enduring structure, it is part of the Walled City, Intramuros and was a Spanish base, housing for their military, with dungeons and underground tunnels. It saw transitions in Philippine history including the Japanese occupation during the Second World War and also served as the prison that held National Hero, Jose Rizal until his execution in Bagumbayan.

Malacañang Palace 

A historic and highly visited structure in the Philippines, it served as the official residence of the President of The Republic of the Philippines since 1863. Palace tours are given which details history that has taken place within its wall highlighting all the former Presidents and the memorabilia which captures their respective administrations.


A small rocky island 48 kilometers West of Manila, Corregidor is located at the access point to Manila Bay. This island fortress stands as a memorial for fallen heroes, Filipinos and American soldiers who fought against the overwhelming Japanese forces during the Second World War.


1 Garden Way, Ortigas Centre, Mandaluyong City 1550 Philippines


(63 2) 8633 8888

Check-in / Check-out

We hope you’ve enjoyed your stay from start to finish.

Please note the check-in / out times below:

Payment Methods

Online payment methods we accept at selected platforms: