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Gran Prix Hotel and Suites Manila

Tesoro Building, 1325 Mabini Street, Ermita, Manila, Luzon 589 Philippines
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#106 of 222 hotels in Manila
Treat yourself to ultra-cozy, affordable accommodations in a convenient location that’s accessible to many tourist attractions and major transport systems. With valuable facilities and personalized service, Gran Prix Hotel and Suites in Manila is the perfect place to stay when in the bustling metropolis.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Coffee shop
Non-smoking hotel
Laundry service
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, Filipino


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Grade: 55 out of 100
21Restaurantswithin 1 km
2Attractionswithin 1 km
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Señor Senhor wrote a review Jan 2020
Lisbon, Portugal124 contributions42 helpful votes
Headline says it all. You probably won't find anything much cheaper, especially considering breakfast is free. Downside though is that room is tiny, and this one didn't have a window. Good choice of tv channels. Breakfast was 'buffet' so far as rice was concerned, but other items were served. The other items were on one occasion two halves of a burger, and two (animal shaped) chicken nuggets. Even so, the free flowing coffee has to be worth something. Hotel isn't in the best area so far as Manila is concerned; there were a lot of beggars, and gogo bars just around the corner. Chose to move to another hotel after a couple of nights here, the deciding factor on moving was that hot water wasn't always available. Not a bad hotel, considering the cost, but you might want to pay a fraction more for something a little better. Would award 3.5 out of five, but have to go for an integer, so has to be a 3 I'm afraid.
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Date of stay: January 2020
Sleep Quality
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Fullmetalcupcakes wrote a review Oct 2019
Quezon City, Philippines79 contributions9 helpful votes
This is one of the cheapest hotels in Manila, housed in the building owned by National Artist for Fashion, Patis Tesoro. The hotel is good for transient housing if your travelling to and from Manila and Southern Luzon. Easily accessible via Jeepney plying the Mabini-Harrison Route and is walking distance from the Padre Faura LRT station.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Sleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled on business
sam107 wrote a review Sep 2019
Brooklyn, New York385 contributions127 helpful votes
Centrally located near civic center buildings. You can actually walk to Manila City Hall from here if you want. Rooms are small. Room will be cleaned if you request only. Bring your own water. There is a 7-Eleven nearby. And a mini-mart. Lots of places close by to eat. Room comes with breakfast for two. One of the assistants will serve you. Th rice you are allowed to take yourself. But meat or sausages you will be given a portion. The coffee here is very good. There is also soup for breakfast. No window in my room if that means anything. There is an ample supply of power outlets near the bed and under the desk. An open closet is there so you can hang your clothes, It also contains a drawer and an area to put stuff such as shoes or other artifacts. The area is swamped with money changers. Pedro Gil station on the LTR 1 is the closest about 15 minutes walk passing Robinson's Plaza. Towels are very worn out and have seen their best days. The wifi is very good as the router was right outside my room. It was fast. The TV gives you access to Filipino and international channels. That's a plus if you want to remain connected to the outside world.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Sleep Quality
2 Helpful votes
rikkie917 wrote a review Sep 2019
Makati, Philippines44 contributions12 helpful votes
I was assigned at room 215 and the room is small. You can only open your luggage on top of bed. Light is yellowish and dim. No window. In the middle of Manila. Near malls, fastfood chain, and entertainment area. Thanks Gran Prix Hotel for stay in Malate.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
Sparky S wrote a review Sep 2019
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Very unhappy with this hotel, using our humility we accepted a room 616 on the 6th floor of course and as we walked in, it smelled very musty. I didn't stop to think how that might go with my sinuses, never knew before it was a problem. Minutes later my sinises were acting up. I had sinus surgery at age 29, I'm 63 now. Dependent on Afrin sinus spray. It seemed to stop working. We went out and came back on the evening. Again after being out in the open air i was fine. Entering the room my sinuses acted up again. By 4am the sevond night it dawned on me there was mold spores coming out of the AC. I had to get out of there. Lleft my wife sleeping, went to front desk and complained. This hotel evidently doesn't know to clean the AC units etc. I learned a valuable lesson. Never accept a musty smelling room. Got back home to Tuguegurao City and my sinuses were getting worse, had to got to the hospital and get antibiotics for the fungus in my nose from the mold. The next day, my wife feels ill. Oh how I wish i had been more alert and not so passive about a smelly room. Beware if you go to this hotel or maybe any other that has a musty smell in the room!
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
US$22 - US$45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Gran Prix Hotel and Suites Manila
Which popular attractions are close to Gran Prix Hotel and Suites Manila?
Nearby attractions include Ultra Philippines Sport Complex (0.5 km) and LaserXtreme (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Gran Prix Hotel and Suites Manila?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Gran Prix Hotel and Suites Manila?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Gran Prix Hotel and Suites Manila?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kamayan, New Orleans, and Serenitea.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Gran Prix Hotel and Suites Manila?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Filipino.
Are there any historical sites close to Gran Prix Hotel and Suites Manila?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Casa Manila (3.9 km), Fort Santiago (3.2 km), and Binondo (3.0 km).