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10 Pasay City Hotels To Stay Near NAIA Airport & SM Mall Of Asia Arena – From Budget To Luxury

Pasay City hotels

If you’re traveling to the Philippines for the first time, you might be overwhelmed by the many cities in Metro Manila and can’t decide where to book a hotel. For a convenient stay near the airport with easy access to shopping malls and attractions, check out these 10 Pasay City hotels.

Pasay City is a stone’s throw away from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), SM Mall of Asia, and SM Mall of Asia Arena. Whether you’re on a budget or looking for a luxurious getaway, you’ll discover a wide range of hotels at this location.

1. Selah Pods Hotel – budget-friendly with good room amenities

Selah Pods Hotel
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While Selah Pods Hotel is budget-friendly, it has the room amenities you need for a convenient stay.

Their rooms (from P1,410, ~USD25.30/night) are quaint but they made good use of the space so you get a spacious desk to do your makeup or get some work done. You can also opt for one of their loft rooms or suites if you need more space.

You don’t have to go out for your meals when you stay here. They have an in-house restaurant and cafe offering affordable food. For some recreation, they also have a rooftop pool with a view of the Metro Manila skyline.

Rooms at this budget Pasay City hotel per night. The hotel is a 10-minute ride to the SM Mall of Asia Complex and a 20-minute ride to the airport.

Address: 2004-224 David Street corner FB Harrison, Pasay City, Metro Manila
(02) 8532 0000 | website

2. Savoy Hotel Manila – affordable hotel with access to NAIA Terminal 3

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Savoy Hotel Manila is for budget travelers who don’t want to stray too far from the airport. Located in Newport City right next to the airport, you can walk 10 minutes from the hotel to NAIA Terminal 3 via the air-conditioned bridge, Runway Manila.

If you love watching planes take off and land, you can get a room with an airport view. And don’t worry about the noise. The hotel has good soundproofing so you’ll still get to sleep soundly.

There are many restaurant options in Newport City, but Savoy Hotel has its own restaurant with a great breakfast buffet selection. The hotel also has a gym and pool if you want to squeeze in a workout during your layover.

Room rates at this airport-adjacent hotel start from P3,120 (~USD55.99) per night.

Address: 101 Andrews Avenue, Pasay City, Metro Manila
(02) 5317 2869 | website

3. TRYP by Wyndham – Muji-esque, value-for-money accommodation

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TRYP by Wyndham arguably gives travelers the best value for their money, with beautiful interiors and views and access to a massive mall complex.

Their rooms (from P3,530 ~USD63.35/night) are spacious and Muji-esque, with white walls and light brown furnishings. You can even book a room with a sea view and admire the sunset at Manila Bay to get the island vacation vibes in the city.

TRYP by Wyndham is just a 10-minute walk away from SM Mall of Asia and a 15-minute walk from MOA Arena. You can also reach the airport from the hotel in 16 minutes via taxi.

Address: One Esplanade, Mall of Asia Complex, Seaside Boulevard corner J.W. Diokno Boulevard, Pasay City, Metro Manila
(02) 8840 8000 | website

4. Citadines Bay City – walking distance to MOA Arena

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For a budget-friendly hotel in a convenient location for a concert at the Mall of Asia Arena, check out Citadines Bay City.

It’s located just 2 blocks away from MOA Arena and is a 13-minute drive to NAIA Terminal 1. But despite being near the biggest mall in the country, the hotel is in a quiet area so you can catch your much-needed zzz’s before a concert.

If you don’t feel like going out, there’s an in-house restaurant and bar. For your relaxation, they also have a spa, fitness center, and swimming pool.

Their studio rooms start at a nightly rate of P4,560 (~USD81.83). Their premiere suite, which has a kitchenette, living area, and dining space complete with a washer-dryer costs P6,160 (~USD110.54) per night.

Address: Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard corner Coral Way, Pasay City, Metro Manila
(02) 8866 8100 | website

5. Belmont Hotel Manila – mid-range hotel near the airport

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Book your stay at Belmont Hotel Manila for good quality yet affordable hotel service near the airport.

In just 5 minutes, you can walk from the hotel to NAIA Terminal 3 via Runway Manila. Terminal 1 is also just 15 minutes away by taxi.

Belmont Hotel Manila’s rooms (from P4,500, ~USD80.75/night) are modern and well-equipped with amenities you’ll need during your stay. As for your recreation, they have a rooftop swimming pool with a poolside bar.

They have a restaurant that offers a breakfast buffet with local and international fare, though there are also many restaurant options within the Newport City township.

Address: Newport Boulevard, Newport City, Pasay City, Metro Manila
(02) 5318 8888 | website

6. Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila – has an award-winning buffet

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If you’re not staying in the Philippines for long but want to taste as many local dishes as possible, check in to Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila.

It’s home to the popular, award-winning buffet, Spiral, which offers local fare, including lechon (roast pig) and taho (silken tofu with caramelized sugar syrup) alongside a wide variety of international cuisine.

Besides their immaculate spread of food, the hotel gives you a luxurious hotel experience without the price being too hefty. It has spacious rooms (from P6,657, ~USD119.46/night) with an option for a view of Manila Bay. There’s also an intricately designed pool that’ll make you think you’re in a resort.

By taxi, Sofitel is only 10 minutes away from the Mall of Asia Complex and 20 minutes away from NAIA Terminal 1.

Address: CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City, Metro Manila
Contact: (02) 8573 5555 | website

7. Manila Marriott Hotel – luxury spa hotel

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For a relaxing stay, check out Manila Marriot Hotel. Opulent interiors and modern amenities are already expected of this international hotel chain. In Pasay City, you can even get a room facing a golf course for a calming view.

There are also many things to do to relax. Get a massage at their spa, take a dip in the pool, or do activities such as yoga and meditation. The 7 dining options at the hotel will also make your stay extra convenient.

But in case you want to explore, the hotel is connected to a mall and a casino. It’s also just a 13-minute walk to NAIA Terminal 3 if you need to catch a flight.

A night’s stay at Manila Marriott Hotel starts at P10,200 (~USD183.02) per night.

Address:2 Resorts Drive, Pasay City, Metro Manila
(02) 8988 9999 | website

8. Sheraton Manila Hotel – top-notch hotel service near the airport

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If excellent service is your primary criterion in a hotel, book your stay at Sheraton Manila Hotel. Their top-notch service even includes a complimentary shoe shine for busy guests.

Their rooms (from P11,751, ~USD210.85/night) have modern interiors, with an option for an airport view. For your relaxation, they have a spa and an expansive pool shared with Hilton Manila.

Their breakfast buffet also offers many options to choose from. If you’d like to explore more food options, you can visit the mall next door and then get your entertainment at the casino.

Sheraton Manila Hotel is in Newport City so NAIA Terminal 3 is also accessible from here through Runway Manila.

Address: 2 Resorts Drive, Pasay City, Metro Manila
(02) 8988 9999 | website

9. Hotel Okura Manila – Japanese hotel experience meets Filipino hospitality

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Hotel Okura Manila combines Japanese hotel experience and Filipino hospitality.

The theme goes beyond their service. They have a Japanese restaurant and a zen rock garden, plus more relaxing amenities such as the steam room and the sauna room.

If you want to cool down, you can also enjoy a swim at their rooftop pool. The pool is right beside their international restaurant which offers a wider variety of food.

Since the hotel is located at the Newport World Resorts Complex, NAIA Terminal 3 is just a 10-minute walk away via Runway Manila.

Hotel Okura Manila’s room rates start at P14,189 (~USD254.60) per night.

Address: Newport World Resorts, 2 Portwood Street, Pasay City, Metro Manila
(02) 5318 2888 | website

10. Conrad Manila – luxury hotel near SM Mall of Asia

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Conrad Manila is arguably the most luxurious among Pasay City hotels. Beyond spacious, modern rooms (from P27,021, ~USD484.85) – some of which overlook Manila Bay – they have a pillow menu so you can choose the kind that’s most comfortable for you.

For people with disability, they also have accessible rooms with lowered furniture and fixtures.

Conrad Manila sits atop S Maison Mall and has a direct link to SM Mall of Asia. But they also have several in-house dining options if you don’t feel like going out.

The hotel is just 3 blocks away from MOA Arena and a 20-minute ride away from the airport.

Address: Seaside Boulevard, Coral Way, Pasay City, Metro Manila
(02) 8833 9999 | website

Pasay City hotels for layovers, concerts, and more

These Pasay City hotels don’t just allow you to stay near the airport, event venues, and malls. They also provide excellent amenities for a comfortable stay.

If you’re on a tighter budget and like meeting other travelers, book your stay at one of these Metro Manila hostels instead. And if you’re headed to one of the country’s most beautiful beaches, check out these Boracay hotels.

Cover image adapted from: Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila via Google Maps, Conrad Manila via Google Maps, Google Maps, Mike Uy via Google Maps