Finding an ideal hotel in Manila does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Lido de Paris Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Lido de Paris Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a sauna and an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Manila, Lido de Paris Hotel is located a short distance from Quiapo Church (0.3 mi) and Binondo Church (0.4 mi).
If you like seafood restaurants, Lido de Paris Hotel is conveniently located near Harbor View Restaurant, Market Cafe, and Seafood Market and Restaurant.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular history museums such as San Agustin Church, San Agustin Museum, and National Museum Of Anthropology.
Lido de Paris Hotel puts the best of Manila at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I enjoyed my stay here overall. I stayed here mostly solo, just a day with my family. The hotel itself is beautiful. It reminds me of an older, grand hotel. It is in Chinatown, for people not familiar with Manila. That mean that you are further away from most of Metro Manila. It was nice. I do wish that there was more of a variety to eat in t he hotel. It is pretty much all Asian based. Also, the staff, although nice, never addressed the problems that I was having with the drain in my bathroom. Overall a nice stay with a few problems.
will definitely go back .. what I notice first is the accomadating gestures of the front desk receptionist. the room that they gave me is decent for a cheap price. the beddings is comfy that I almost stayed there for a day. overall it's a nice hotel.
Forget any association with "Paris" that the name of the hotel might conjure in your mind. The hotel seemed to mostly have Chinese guests and Chinese staff. It is in Chinatown and we had to go on a weird back street to get to the front door because the front entrance is one way the wrong way from the direction we were coming. The neighborhood at 11:30 PM at night when we arrived did not look inviting. I wasn't very comfortable even going to the 7/11 across the street. The taxi driver did not know where the hotel was and the front desk seemed incapable of giving directions that a taxi driver would readily understand. The taxi driver had to call 2 or 3 times before he found the place. A Philippines cell phone with load or an international cell phone with roaming activated is a must if you want to stay at this hotel. We were staying overnight between a domestic and international flight and it is definitely inconveniently located compared to the airport. We have stayed both in Malate/Ermita and Makati before and the coupon taxis from the airport to Malate and Makati are a lot cheaper than to here. The places we stayed in in Makati and Malate were of a much higher standard also. We were given a room that wreaked of smoke and told we would have to spend a substantial amount of money (around an extra 50%) to upgrade to a non-smoking room. After half an hour of looking around, they did find us a room on the smoking floor that at least didn't wreak of smoke. The hotel seemed rather dead overall, maybe 30% occupancy? The bed felt like it had sand or grit in it. The a/c was OK, not great. The breakfast was fairly poor quality. We definitely won't stay here again. The BSA Towers in Makati near Greenbelt are much, much better as is Robinson's Place in Malate/Ermita, although Robinson's Place requires a 3 night minimum stay which didn't suit us on our way out.…
It was a Chinese New Year day of 2015 and our group decided to join the festive, from Sta. Cruz church we keep walking along Ongpin Street and due to the volume of people, we decided to have our lunch at this hotel. Place is good and clean...with attractions of facilities..food are okay and price is economical as well. A good place to stay with when you will be in Manila.
We have been travelling in many counties and suffered through the box spring beds of central America and the rigid SE Asia beds but this place was a new challenge. The mattresses were actually two inches of hard foam covered by very thick vinyl. I most likened them to boat cushions. I have had a better sleep on a bus terminal bench. The hotel is a special example of false front covering a bad inside. The lobby can only be described as grandiose. Gold and mirrors galore. High end shops for travel, wine and more. The restaurant had lobsters that cost over 300 dollars each along with many delicacies like shark and poisonous stone fish. They told me their target market was Chinese and I guess they want to show off. I thought we had really scored until we went upstairs. They gave us one bed for a booking of a family of three. No fridge as promised. The fitness center they listed was in fact another company and they wanted ten bucks each for us to exercise and you had to buy a towel or shower as extra. The room was shabby with very poor air con. To top it off outside the hotel families with infant babies were living on the sidewalks. Heartbreaking for us to go from the splendor of the lobby to the reality of the lowest level of poverty. We booked a boat out of Manila the next day. You will not see any other tourists from the west in Manila and now we know why.…