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Robinson Mall, SM Harrison
Intramuros, Baywalk, Luneta Park
Any times given are by car unless otherwise stated
Property and local area description
Elegant building located in the center of night life district Malate
We are surounded by really wonderfull new shopping malls with the Mall of Asia ( The largest shopping Mall in asia) with in a 5 minute cab ride and Robinson Mall less than 900 meters in the other direction.
The Sunset at Manila Bay is also one of the most spectacular in the world. It can be enjoyed along Roxas Boulevard where one can take a leisurely stroll and arrive at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
It is also the center of economy, tourism, politics, culture and sports in the country. The Place is in top location and accesible for public transport, close to National Museum, the historical attraction Intramuros and many others.
Our condominiums offer spectacular view of Manila Bay and sparkling city view
Very accessible to Manila’s highlights
Secured – with 24 hour reception and security personnel .
Feeling home at an affordable price.
We offer various amenities such as a great swimming pool overlooking Manila Bay complete with a fully equipped gym and sauna. Laundry on site, etc..
*Centralized, individually controlled aircon
* Hot and cold shower, bathtub
* Balcony with a seaview
* Free purified water
* Free local phonecalls
* Free High speed DSL Internet
* Safe deposit box
* LCD TV with 90 channels
* Pioneer hometheater system
* Fully equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave, stove, rice cooker, bread toaster and coffe making facilities
* Dining table
* Sofa and sofatable
* Iron and ironing board
* Hair dryer
* 24 hour reception
* Swimming pool
The ruins of the Spanish colonial capital of the Philippines.
Attraction type: Historic site; Ancient ruins; Antique shop; Museum; Arena/stadium/field; Neighborhood; Historic walking area
-San Agustin Museum-
Attraction type: History museum; Architectural building
Geographically, C... is not a part of Manila, but is still part of the province of Cavite. It is a tadpole-shaped rock island, the largest (with an area of 1,735 acres and about 4 miles long) of 5...
Attraction type: Historic site; Island
-San Agustin church-
This museum and courtyard gardens is one of the oldest stone churches in the country, having survived 2 fires and 7 earthquakes.
Attraction type: Religious site; Architectural building; History museum; Art museum
This museum and public park was built as a stone fortress at the turn of the 17th century and marked the beginning of the walled city's riverside barricades.
Attraction type: Historic site; Park
Imelda Marcos ordered the construction of this extravagant guesthouse, built of coconut wood & shells, to accommodate Pope John Paul II for his 1981 visit, although it's opulence turned him off so much he refused to stay there.
Attraction type: Historic home
This grand exhibit house features the country's most historic works of culture and national heritage, including the paintings of heralded Philippine artist Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo.
Attraction type: History museum; Art museum; Museum
A few of the numerous offerings of this 60-hectare park include playgrounds, restaurants, horse-drawn carriage rides, fountains and an open-air concert hall.
Attraction type: Park; Urban park; National park
Former Philippine archbishops are buried in a crypt under the altar of this majestic cathedral, whose 1951 completion commemorated the the five versions that came before it.
Attraction type: Religious site
Greenbelt is a whole city block consisting of five (so far) smaller malls called Greenbelt 1-5. Currently, and with quite a few exceptions, Greenbelt 1 is the oldest (e.g. oldest stores, theatres...
Attraction type: Neighborhood; Park