If you’re looking for a hotel in Quezon City, look no further than Summit Hotel Magnolia.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Quezon City, Summit Hotel Magnolia is located a short distance from Mt. Carmel Shrine (1.3 mi) and Santo Domingo Church and Convent (1.5 mi).
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Summit Hotel Magnolia offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and baggage storage. Guests of Summit Hotel Magnolia are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Aberdeen Court, Four Seasons Buffet & Hotpot, Araneta Center Cubao, and Xin Tian Di, which are some Chinese restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular gardens like Fernwood Gardens, Sky Garden, and Cedarhills Garden Center, which are all a short distance from the hotel.
The staff at Summit Hotel Magnolia looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The Good 1. Staff - Thanks Ms. Erika for the pleasant check in experience and for the quick assistance on our bathroom issue, and Ms. Meek for the swift check out. 2. Room is HUGE - Got plenty of space to sleep, eat, work, exercise, relax, etc. 3. Great sleep - We loved the massive and comfortable mattress. 4. It's situated on top of one of the best malls in Quezon City. Accessibility and convenience is definitely not an issue. The Bad 1. Room smells bad, foul odor is coming from bathroom - Definitely not a great welcoming touch. Managed to report this right away. Air freshener was able to somehow mask the smell but sadly, it's not the best solution to a favorable outcome. 2. Corridors are in dire need of deep cleaning. There were paper bits and other kinds of dirt on the carpets. Neither Good Nor Bad 1. PARKING. - complimentary parking is offered to hotel guests. - hotel guests share parking area with mall goers, so there will not be a shortage of parking spaces. - there is no direct access / lift from parking to hotel lobby and vice versa, so this might be a slight inconvenience. 2. No food and beverage outlets in the hotel - but do you really need one? I mean, hotel is located on top of a mall. There are plenty of food establishments in Robinsons Magnolia. The Verdict The hotel needs to improve on its cleanliness issues to attract more quarantine and leisure guests. It would be a waste if they are not able to capitalize on their strengths (staff, room size, location, rates, etc), just because CLEANLINESS is pulling them back.…
The room is quite big but i was not satisfied with the cleanliness especially the restroom. As a quarantine hotel, you know that yout clients are coming from abroad and we are limited with our 100ml alcohol/sanitation liquid. Amenities of the room should contain: alcohol, dishwashing soap or liquid, slippers is a must. I was glad that i have a friend in manila who sent me those items i mentioned. I was able to clean (again) the restroom, and wash all things brought to my room. Now, I have enough alcohol for the entire stay and i have a slipper so I don’t feel icky with the floor. Electric kettle is another essential. It didn’t came with the room but the staff willingly gave me one when i asked for it. In these 5 quarantine days, you expect the guest to keep her/his space clean. So I hope you will provide those i mentioned above. The good side of it, i was able to order my foodpanda and efficiently brought to my room to compensate those bad meals. On the good side, the front desk personnels were very accommodating during my entire stay.…
First of all please do not be deceived with the ad pictures. This hotel is purely a quarantine hotel Right now and if anyone of you have high expectations for probably a stellar experience - you should forget daydreaming. The hotel is in the middle of Quezon City which is perfect for my choice of accessibility since I am A QC resident. But the hotel really suffered from Quarantine . The food is “carinderia style”- recycled food from one kind to another ( that is how I look at it) and housekeeping sucks. I mean I understand people cannot change bed linens, towels, clean / refresh room and toilets - but please make sure the toilets a t least smell clean and look clean. The musty smell in my bathroom stinks and gets to my guts, 2 baby roaches seem to have an orchestra in the bathroom, the towels seem to be from a thousand years old that looks like it has darkened and changed its colors from white to light beige? I did not bother closing the bathroom lights because if you do you have to wait awhile to have it on. It first flickers like you are in a haunted house and the bulbs are not bright at all. The room which is a twin bedroom only has sheets in one and does not have one in the other - I mean cmon I should at least have a choice to sleep on alternately in 5 days since I eat and sleep in just one bed! Mind you being in quarantine sucks but all the more when the place you choose based on the pictures of the hotel you choose does not reflect the reality of what you actually see. I just believe the price you pay should Not compromise the experience because the hotel still would ask you to review them anyway so why not make everyone happy by being consistently acceptable in all areas. The front desk is what it is. Nothing over the top . Helpful but that is just it. Just be warned pictures of hotels you see in ads (particularly this one) lie sometimes.…
Stayed for a five-day quarantine. Friendly and accommodating staff, but computer acted up so did not get the reservation on time - was held up at transit because dates of stay cannot be verified until reservation was finally received. Front desk is open up to 9 PM only. Food was acceptable, but can be cold at times. Found a few small roaches.
Stayed here for my quarantine. Pluses: 1. The room is nice and complete with daily meals (breakfast to dinner) and very easy to travel to from the airport. 2. The staff are friendly too. However what I don't like about my stay are the following: 1. The room when I got in looks like it was cleaned in a rush. There's still an unflushed pee in the room, the bathroom smelled horrible (smelled like someone had puffed cigarettes there). - This was addressed by the front desk as they gave me a humidifier or an air cleaning machine and some air freshener. 2. The room does not have a kettle when I firtst got in here. 3. The room looks old. I could tell it by looking at their bathroom cabinet. 4. Netflix shows/movies won't play using their wifi. I have to use my mobile data
Room was clean and front desk was very friendly and helpful in answering inquiries. I had to amend my booking twice because IATF, and they helped me out anyway. The fact that they include meals in the booking was useful in light of previous IATF regulations that banned food deliveries. Unfortunately, this rule was lifted the day I arrived, so I was stuck with the hotel food, whether or not I wanted it. I noted that I will need vegetarian meals, and got the equivalent of a large serving of whatever side dish was on hand + fruit and water, which is not really worth the price. An important thing to note is that Netflix is blocked even for the guests, which makes no sense if you are, a) using your own Netflix account, and b) forced to quarantine for more than a week. WiFi was also spotty, I had to keep refreshing my connection to see my messages.…
I recently finished my 8-day quarantine with my wife and 6 month old baby at Summit Hotel Magnolia. The Deluxe King was roomy compared to those in Hong Kong and the food was 10x better, too. But it was the team behind the hotel and the service of the staff that went above-and-beyond: they were incredibly accommodating during these difficult times, from booking to special diet restrictions to caring for our baby. This hotel is a strong recommend.
I just finished my 10 days mandatory quarantine and I had a great stay in Summit Hotel Magnolia. Online reservation was so easy and they get back to you quickly for any changes that you may need. Check in and check out was very quick as well, you’d feel safe as they have sanitizers and health protocols were highly observed. The entire stay was awesome. Food is great, staff and management are very much accommodating. I’d highly recommend this hotel.
Great hotel to stay for our 10 days Philippines hotel quarantine. The hotel has a special promo rate for Balikbayans and allows early check in for guest arriving on early PAL flights, of course subject to availability. Price very reasonable. Food was acceptable. Food always delivered on time and lots of bottled water. Lots of coffee. I would have rated 5 stars if food was better. Room cleanliness acceptable. Staff very efficient.
My 17 y/o sister and I quarantined here from July 29 to August 7, 2021 upon our return from the US. The hotel offers transportation from airport for a reasonable price of P1200. We were given a room with a king size bed. Wish the bathroom had a tub for relaxation after a long travel. Unfortunately, t.v. did not work throughout our stay. Food was not great especially breakfast. And the quantity is not enough for an adult. No other beverage was given other than bottled water. Thank God! they allowed my dad to deliver us food at the front desk. Service was good. Don’t really know if our stay was worth $610.