Amelie Hotel Manila
Amelie Hotel Manila is just about as charming as it sounds. Following an Art Deco-inspired design, it incorporates modern minimalism, Malate's hip and bohemian vibe, and the allure of old Manila.
Many often rave about the boutique hotel's artsy interiors and its convenient location! It puts you in the middle of Manila's shopping spots, dining hubs, cultural sites, and transportation stations, making it a great starting point for a city adventure. But what keeps guests coming back time and time again is how the staff tirelessly provide exceptional service.
1667 Jorge Bocobo St.
(02) 875 7888
About Amelie Hotel Manila
Find yourself in the midst of a thriving cultural scene while staying at this boutique hotel. History, food, music, and entertainment—you will be perfectly placed to enjoy everything Manila has to offer.
Business Travelers: Prepare to infuse a little leisure to your business trip as Amelie Hotel offers excellent access to the most important destinations in the locale. From government offices and the World Trade Center to historic cultural sites and 24/7 casinos, everything is mere minutes away.
Couples: Old Manila is such a nostalgic place to explore. Couples who want to take a break from the usual routine will find unique things to do during their stay. Take a languid stroll along Manila Bay and be pleasantly surprised at how blissful it can be. Watch moving performances at the Cultural Center of the Philippines or gaze lovingly into each other’s eyes while munching dumplings in Binondo.
Groups of Friends: Conveniently located, stylish, and affordable, what more can friends who want to enjoy Malate to the fullest ask for in a hotel? The spacious and well-appointed rooms can serve as your headquarters when conquering Malate’s nightlife.
FEATURES & AMENITIES
Focusing on what’s actually important to travelers—comfort, security, and that famous Filipino hospitality—Amelie Hotel Manila is able to make your stay seem like it was worth a million bucks.
Swimming Pool: Take an exciting dip in the hotel's outdoor pool that hugs the edge of the rooftop.
Roof Deck Gym: Use the modern exercise equipment at the rooftop gym to lose the calories left over from your Binondo food crawl.
Cityscape: Looking for an events place where you can celebrate or have an intimate gathering with friends? Book the good-sized Cityscape function room at the hotel’s rooftop.
Braska Restaurant: Have a leisurely dining experience at the hotel's onsite restaurant, Braska. Its eclectic decor and casual ambiance complements the Filipino fusion dishes served here.
Business Services: Take advantage of Amelie Hotel's business facilities, such as the free Wi-Fi, computer kiosks, and printing services, so you can be productive while having ample time to relax.
Airport Transfers: For worry-free transportation to and from the airport, ask the front desk for assistance any time of the day. Ninoy Aquino International Airport is only a short drive from the hotel, so the approachable staff can easily arrange airport transfers for you.
Being at the center of the metro gives guests of the Amelie Hotel Manila countless options when it comes to shopping, dining, and entertainment. This Malate hotel is minutes from malls, churches, business complexes, and parks. Walk, ride a bike, or take a quick ride, you’re sure to end up somewhere interesting.
Intramuros Bike Tour: Hop on a bike and discover the hidden secrets of the country's historic walled city, Intramuros. Bike along old, cobbled paths while being regaled with stories of days gone by. Visit attractions like Fort Santiago, Manila Cathedral, Silahis, Casa Manila, and the San Diego Gardens. If you have the time to visit all the historical buildings in the area, go for it!
National Museum of the Philippines: Spend the day gazing at the work of painting masters. Take a trip to the past through the historical exhibits or marvel at the amazing natural displays. Adults and children alike will surely have a wonderful learning experience at the National Museum.
Binondo: Get ready for a real feast for the senses! Binondo is not only famous for being the oldest Chinatown in the world, people flock to its busy streets because of the endless variety of the products on sale. You can sample Peking Duck, traditional hopias, and an assortment of pickled fruits. Try your haggling skills when buying clothes, souvenirs, or lucky charms.
Remedios Circle: Rediscover culinary delights and artsy cafes which have withstood the test of time at Remedios Circle. After watching the world-famous Manila Bay sunset, visit what was once known as Plaza de la Virgen de Los Remedios, a cemetery during the Spanish Colonial era. Sample traditional Filipino dishes at Bistro Remedios while being serenaded by Filipino folk singers, or mingle with Manila’s elite at the iconic Cafe Adriatico.