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RedDoorz near NAIA Terminal 1

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21 Verbana St, Pasay, Luzon 1301 Philippines
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#27 of 89 Specialty lodging in Pasay
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Patrik S wrote a review Dec 2019
Coron, Philippines27 contributions11 helpful votes
Avoid this place, booked and paid via agoda for 2 rooms, 4 adults and 2 kids 7y&10y. When check-in the guy at the front desk said only extra beds was included but NO linnen or pillows. Even though it says clearly on the booking confirmation, 2 rooms 4 adults and 2 kids. I even talked with the owner on the phone and she said the same. Room is only for 2pax but can be 4 without beddings, if beddings it costs extra according to them. Quite tiring to discuss basic things at 11pm when you been traveling with kids for 24hrs. Had to pay for extra beddings since mattress and pillow didn't look fresh. Had to pay 1000peso per room as refundable deposit, lets see tomorrow... Avoid this place, fishing for extra money!
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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saf7670 wrote a review Nov 2019
Peterborough, United Kingdom1706 contributions771 helpful votes
As I had a flight departing at 6am so had to be at the airport at 3am I booked and prepaid a room here at RedDoorz near to Terminal 1. I was then invited to a charity show at Historia in Quezon City the night before my flight. Ok well Decided to attend the show so kept the room just as somewhere to store my luggage before the flight. The room 206 is basic With just bed, and tv and aircon which would be fine for a few hours sleep. There is no elevators so you have to carry your luggage upstairs to the room. Since my last stay things have become worn and tired, but they now demand a 1000php deposit at check in. 1000php for what? There isn’t anything in the room worth 1000php! When I checked out at 2.30am they just handed me my deposit back, no room check or anything, so why the deposit? This is a basic no thrills place suitable for one night stay after a long flight, or before an early morning flight. Or in my case as a place to store luggage before a flight!
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Vijay K wrote a review Jun 2019
Melbourne, Australia113 contributions81 helpful votes
Very good for a quick stopover before catching your next flight. The staff were very helpful. Room was clean & comfortable for an overnight sleepover. Definitely a recommended budget stay for an overnight stay.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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IndianaJonesMx wrote a review May 2019
Byrdstown, Tennessee6 contributions6 helpful votes
It is not far from International arrivals, so you can get a "Grab" or even a taxi. It isn't easy to find and it is on a narrow street full of people, kids and dogs in the evening. But you get out and walk up to the desk and they will take care of you. They will even get some food for you if it is late or you don't want to venture out, like Jollibee or McDonalds. As is the case in nearly all asian run hotels in the Philippines, the key card is attached to another card that fits in a slot next to the door which turns on the lights and the A/C. So the room will be warm and you have to wait for awhile for it to cool down. Most rooms do not have a refrigerator or a microwave. But they have hot and cold water. The hot water is provided by an "in-line" heater in the shower mounted on the wall. When it detects the hot water valve opening, it will heat the water. You don't have to mess with it. They will get you a taxi if you do not have "Grab" (an Uber type service). Most of these hotels are just to sleep in overnight. It is clean and smells good. There are never any wash cloths (hand cloths) because that is not a "thing" here. So, it is good to bring one over here if you need to wash "normally" or get a scrungee at a local store. Always arrive at the airport early for any flights. There are ALWAYS some delays because it is in the middle of several countries with airlines who don't really have a concept of service and keeping a time schedule like we do in the USA and other countries. Don't forget, if you haven't paid for your carry on bags if you are flying domestic in the Philippines, it will cost a lot more than pre-paying. Try to pay with pesos too, it is faster and easier for them if you forgot to prepay. they have a limit in KG of 8KG for carry-on. So, when you weigh the carry-on and it is over, stuff the heavy stuff in your pockets! Ha! I wouldn't have done that, but I was in a pickle and and the lady told me to do it. It is probably frowned up though, so, Caveat emptor. When you go back to the airport (Manila) you will be screened when you first come into the airport. Have your passport ready then. After you get your ticket, you will go through the real screening before you go to the gates. As always, while in the Philippines, keep your wits about you, stay with your group and avoid going out at night if at all possible unless you know the area.
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Date of stay: April 2019
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Sunny wrote a review Apr 2019
56 contributions30 helpful votes
We spent one night here before we left the Philippines and loved the AC, we spent most of our time in bed getting ready for our long-haul flight. Overall it was a great stay, the room was clean, and the balcony was convenient to check out the weather. The water was terrible and had a nasty odor. Nothing the hotel could have done, it's just a problem in Manilla, but we were thankful the shop was just across the road for beverages and snacks.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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US$17 - US$41 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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PhilippinesLuzonMetro ManilaPasay
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about RedDoorz near NAIA Terminal 1
Which popular attractions are close to RedDoorz near NAIA Terminal 1?
Nearby attractions include Saint Andrew's Cathedral (1.1 km).
What are some restaurants close to RedDoorz near NAIA Terminal 1?
Conveniently located restaurants include Maty's Tapsilog & Bbq, Cielin's Cakehouse, and Luk Foo Cantonese Kitchen.
Are there any historical sites close to RedDoorz near NAIA Terminal 1?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Bonifacio High Street (7.1 km), Saint Andrew's Cathedral (1.1 km), and Manila South Cemetery (6.4 km).