Belmont Hotel Manila
Newport City, Pasay City, Philippines
www.belmonthotelmanila.com - (02) 318 8888
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Belmont Hotel Manila Pasay City Reviews
Great location & free shuttle Apr 29, 2016
Located across NAIA Terminal 3, Belmont was a last minute choice for a 1-night stay after I missed my connecting flight due to a delayed flight. the free shuttle was hassle-free (waiting lounge across the street outside the arrivals hall in NAIA 1), & stops at terminals 2 & 3 before the hotel. the staff was helpful at check-in but a bit slow since they had to locate my reservation which I made less than hr ago.
The room was very comfortable, great bed which I slept in like a log. I find the room size adequate - a queen size bed, a desk w/ electric kettle & a small fridge. I had 2 large luggage and a carry-on luggage which made it a bit cramp, but that really isn't the hotel's fault, is it?
They provided free Wi-Fi, slippers, robes, and bottled water. The TV had a selection of channels - local and international.
The shower in the bathroom do not have curtains so there tends to be water on the floor after a shower, but the water pressure is great w/ amenities: shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, toothbrush, & even shaving kit.
There's a pool on the rooftop, a sauna on the 2nd floor & the cafe opens at 6am (I left at 430am). There's construction going on around the area, but my room stayed quiet.
About 4 blocks away is a mall w/ high-end stores, restaurants & casino. There's also a nearby church & McDonalds just outside the hotel.
It is a bit pricey ($100/night) but the location, comfortability and free shuttle make up for it - making it a great hotel for an overnight stay close to the airport if you have an early flight.
The shuttle to NAIA Terminal 3 stopped at 2 more hotels before dropping us off at the arrivals area (first floor) on Terminal 3 (the departures level is heavily traffic all the time so I found the hotel's solution makes more sense in using the arrivals floor as a drop off point).
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