The purpose of this unit of study is to give
students a basic understanding of the study of
hospitality as an emerging dis...
•Long before the arrival of the Spaniards headed by
Adelantado Governor Miguel Lopez de Legazpi in
Manila in 1571, a town ...
• Upon arrival in Maynilad, the Spanish Fleet was
welcomed and feted by the friendly Filipino-
Moslem natives. However, th...
• As a result of these successive conquests; Adelantado
Governor Miguel Lopez de Legazpi ordered the creation of a
municip...
• Manila has led a far from placid existence. After
Legazpi's conquests, it was assulted by a succession of
Chinese warlor...
Manila is located on the eastern shores of Manila Bay.
The Pasig River bisects the city in the middle. Almost all of
the c...
The city's land has been altered substantially by
human intervention, with considerable land
reclamation along the waterfr...
•Capital place of the Philippines: Manila
•Situated in the southern part of the island of
Luzon
•Largest of the three main...
•Manila City is bordered by Navotas City and Caloocan
City to the north, Quezon City to the northeast, San Juan
and Mandal...
•No. of baranggays: 897
•Population: 1,855,975
THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS IN MANILA CITY
(FOR THE TERM 2013-2016)
CITY...
2ND District
•VALERIANO, ROLANDO MAYODATO
•BUENAVENTURA, RUBEN FERRER
•LACSON, MARLON MORALES
•ROBLES, RAMON MATA
•LACSAMA...
4TH District
•REYES, SCIENCE ADVENTO
•MACEDA, EDWARD VERA PEREZ
•BAGATSING, DON JUAN ALONSO
•CAPISTRANO, ANTONIO
•QUINTOS,...
• The Manila Hotel
• Manila Diamond Hotel
• Pan Pacific Manila
• Bayview Park Hotel
• Hotel H2O
• G Hotel Manila by Waterf...
• Admiral Hotel Manila
• Aloha Hotel, Malate
• Best Western Hotel La Corona
• Cherry Blossom Hotel
• City Garden Suites
• ...
Location: Along Manila bay in Manila, Philippines
(Center City)
Quality Ranking: 5 star Hotel (Deluxe)
Number of rooms: 57...
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE MANILA HOTEL
• The Manila Hotel is a 570-room, historic five-star hotel located
along Manila Bay ...
Hotel Features:
Amenities:Wifi, Airport Shuttle, Free Parking, Outdoor Pool
No Smoking rooms/facilities
General: No smokin...
Location: Roxas Boulevard,Behind The Quirino
Grandstand,Luneta,Manila 1000,Metro Manila
(Center City)
Quality Ranking: 4 s...
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF HOTEL H20
At Hotel H20 in Manila, Philippines, gone are the days when
“sleeping with the fishes” woul...
HOTEL FEATURES
All rooms:
• Air-Conditioned
• Water-themed rooms
• LCD Television
FACILITIES
• Airport transfer
• Business...
Location: J Quintos Sr., City of Manila (Center
City)
Quality Ranking: 5 star Hotel (Deluxe)
Number of rooms: 500
Size: Me...
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF MANILA DIAMOND HOTEL
The Manila Diamond Hotel faces scenic Manila Bay and all rooms have a view
of it...
HOTEL FEATURES
• Air-Conditioned Rooms
• Non Smoking Rooms
• Daily maid Service
• Coffee Maker
• Kitchen/Kitchenette
• New...
Location: 1118 Roxas Blvd, Manila
(Center City and Airport)
Quality Ranking: 4 star Hotel (1ST Class)
Number of rooms: 275...
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF BAYVIEW PARK HOTEL MANILA
Located along the famous Roxas Boulevard in Manila, Bayview Park
Hotel stan...
HOTEL FEATURES
All rooms:
•Air-Conditioned
•Coffee/Tea maker
Facilities
• Business center
• Bar
• Babysitting
• Airport tr...
Location: 2090 Roxas Boulevard, Malate,
Manila, Philippines (Center City )
Quality Ranking: 4 star Hotel (1ST Class)
Numbe...
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF G HOTEL MANILA BY WATERFRONT
G Hotel Manila is a first-class boutique hotel situated on Manila’s
hist...
HOTEL FEATURES
All Rooms:
• 24 hour butler service
•Turn-down Service
• FOREX
• 6am – 11pm Room Service
• Laundry and dry ...
Prepared by:
Cherry Ann Gallego- Leader
Danica Quiatchon
Aghes Suaverdez
Ivy Losenada
RJ Carlos
Submitted to:
Ms. Narlynn ...
Submitted by:
RJ Carlos
Danica Quiatchon
Cherry Ann Gallego
Agnes Suaverdez
Ivy Losenada
Lodging Properties in Manila
Lodging Properties in Manila
Lodging Properties in Manila
Lodging Properties in Manila
Lodging Properties in Manila
Lodging Properties in Manila
Lodging Properties in Manila
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  1. 1. The purpose of this unit of study is to give students a basic understanding of the study of hospitality as an emerging discipline worthy of rigorous study and to orient the students to the hospitality industry and the issues which confront it. This will include introducing students to the depth and scope of hospitality as a social concept, with an emphasis on developing a sensitivity to and understanding of the forces that shape the industry, and with reference to their own skills and characteristics.
  2. 2. •Long before the arrival of the Spaniards headed by Adelantado Governor Miguel Lopez de Legazpi in Manila in 1571, a town called “Maynilad”was flourish. • Pre-Spanish Maynilad was originally a Moslem settlement ruled by a Moslem sultan, Rajah Sulayman of Borneon nobility. It was a small but a prosperous trading port lying between two great bodies of water, Pasig river and Manila Bay. • When the Spaniards heard of this Moslem settlement on the shore of a great bay in Luzon, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi (who at that time was in Panay Island) sent forth his men headed by marshall Martin de Goiti and Captain Juan de Salcedo to the first expedition to Maynilad on May 8, 1570.
  3. 3. • Upon arrival in Maynilad, the Spanish Fleet was welcomed and feted by the friendly Filipino- Moslem natives. However, the morning of May 24, 1570 proved to be a red day for the two races- for there was a fierce battle; thus the Spaniards defeated the natives and conquered Maynilad under the name of the King of Spain. • But courageous and high-spirited Filipino-Moslems who fled to nearby Bagumbayan and Tondo didn't lose hope in fighting back the Spaniards to retake Maynilad. On the other hand, marting de Goiti did not stay long in Maynilad. So the following year, in 1571, Governor General Miguel Lopez de Legazpi brought his entire force to Maynilad and for the second time conquered Maynilad on June 24, 1571 - proclaiming it as the country's capital and permanent seat of the Spanish government in the East.
  4. 4. • As a result of these successive conquests; Adelantado Governor Miguel Lopez de Legazpi ordered the creation of a municipal government of "Cabildo", set of Spanish style houses, monasteries, nunneries, churches and schools - thus gave birth to "Intramuros" - the "Ever Loyal and Distinguished City of Spain in the Orient." • Under Spain, Manila became the great entrepot in the Far East. The Manila Acapulco Galleon Trade between Philippines and Mexico flourished from the years 1571-1815. So from the 16th to the 19th centuries, Manila was Intramuros.
  5. 5. • Manila has led a far from placid existence. After Legazpi's conquests, it was assulted by a succession of Chinese warlords, Dutch and Portugese fleets from Indonesia, and a British Occupation Force. It then underwent a facelift when in 1898, American signs were standing side if not totally replacing the Spanish for the next 50 years. A four year occupation by the Japanese Imperial Forces followed in the forties declaring Manila an "Open City". • Its mad culmination was the destruction of the city and its people by bombings and killings at the close of World War II, making Manila as one of the most heavily destroyed capitals in the world. The birth of Philippine Independence in 1946 gave Manila the title the "Premiere City of the Philippines." • And since Manila's most winning characteristic is its "inflappability" - the history of Manila is the history of the Philippines.
  6. 6. Manila is located on the eastern shores of Manila Bay. The Pasig River bisects the city in the middle. Almost all of the city sits on top of centuries of prehistoric alluvial deposits built by the waters of the Pasig River and on some land reclaimed from Manila Bay.
  7. 7. The city's land has been altered substantially by human intervention, with considerable land reclamation along the waterfronts since the American colonial times. Some of the natural variations in topography have been evened out due to the urbanization of the city. Manila lies 800 miles (1,300 km) from mainland Asia.
  8. 8. •Capital place of the Philippines: Manila •Situated in the southern part of the island of Luzon •Largest of the three main islands in the Philippine archipelago •Geographically, it is the seventh largest city in Metropolitan Manila (also known as National Capital Region) •The official language is Filipino. But English is commonplace and is the official language of instruction in Philippine schools. Seventy eight point five percent of the population speaks English (National Statistics Office, 2000).
  9. 9. •Manila City is bordered by Navotas City and Caloocan City to the north, Quezon City to the northeast, San Juan and Mandaluyong City to the east, Makati City to the southeast and Pasay City to the south. Manila, blessed with an excellent harbour, is also the country’s main seaport. •The Tondo district is the largest area with a density of 69,297 persons per square kilometre (NSO, 2007). •In the transport sector, approximately 80 percent of Metro Manila relies on public transport. According to the National Environmentally Sustainable Transport (NEST) Strategy study, the metro is serviced by three lines of LRT/MRT, 23,000 buses, 36,000 taxis, approximately 217,000 jeepneys and 90,000 tricycles)
  10. 10. •No. of baranggays: 897 •Population: 1,855,975 THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS IN MANILA CITY (FOR THE TERM 2013-2016) CITY MAYOR: ESTRADA EJERCITO, JOSEPH MARCELO CITY VICE MAYOR: DOMAGOSO, FRANCISCO MORENO COUNCILORS ( 1ST DISTRICT ) •DIONISIO, ERNESTO JR. MIJARES •NIEVA, ERICK IAN ORTEGA •ASILO, ROBERTO DELA ROSA •DELA CRUZ, NIÑO MANGALONZO •ALCOREZA, DENNIS BATACDA •ALFONSO, IRMA CRUZ
  11. 11. 2ND District •VALERIANO, ROLANDO MAYODATO •BUENAVENTURA, RUBEN FERRER •LACSON, MARLON MORALES •ROBLES, RAMON MATA •LACSAMANA, RODOLFO •LIM, NUMERO GONZALES 3rd District •NIETO, JOHN MARVIN CRUZ •UGOSO, MA. ASUNCION •CHUA, JOEL RESPALL •ISIP, ERNESTO JR CAUSING •ANG, BERNARDITO CHUA ZARCAL, MANUEL MARCAIDA
  12. 12. 4TH District •REYES, SCIENCE ADVENTO •MACEDA, EDWARD VERA PEREZ •BAGATSING, DON JUAN ALONSO •CAPISTRANO, ANTONIO •QUINTOS, JOCELYN •CHUA, ARLENE 5TH District •ATIENZA, ARNOLD •HIZON, JOEY •SISCAR, JOSEFINA •YUPANGCO, RAYMUNDO •ORTEGA, ROBERTO •ISIP, CRISTINA ALONSO 6TH District •ABANTE, PRISCILLA •SISON, CASIMIRO •RIVERA, ELIZABETH •PAR, JOEL •LACULA, LEILANI •UY, CHRISTIAN
  13. 13. • The Manila Hotel • Manila Diamond Hotel • Pan Pacific Manila • Bayview Park Hotel • Hotel H2O • G Hotel Manila by Waterfront • Century Park Hotel • Hyatt Hotel and Casino • Manila Pavilion • The Pearl Manila Hotel • Water Front Manila Pavilion
  14. 14. • Admiral Hotel Manila • Aloha Hotel, Malate • Best Western Hotel La Corona • Cherry Blossom Hotel • City Garden Suites • City State Tower Hotel • Corporate Inn Hotel manila • Executive Plaza Hotel • Garden Plaza Hotel • Hotel Kimberly Manila • Las Palmas, Hotel • Mabini, mansion Hotel • Manila Grand Opera Hotel • Manila Manor Hotel • Orchid Garden Suites • Park Oasis Hotel
  15. 15. Location: Along Manila bay in Manila, Philippines (Center City) Quality Ranking: 5 star Hotel (Deluxe) Number of rooms: 570 Size: Large-sized Hotel Parking facility: Available within the vicinity Affiliation: Independent Hotel
  16. 16. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE MANILA HOTEL • The Manila Hotel is a 570-room, historic five-star hotel located along Manila Bay in Manila, Philippines. The hotel is the oldest premiere hotel in the Philippines built in 1909 to rival Malacañang Palace, the official residence of the President of the Philippines and was opened on the commemoration of American Independence on July 4, 1912. The hotel complex was built on a reclaimed area of 35,000 square metres (380,000 sq ft) at the northwestern end of Rizal Park along Bonifacio Drive.Its penthouse served as the residence of General Douglas MacArthur during his tenure as the Military Advisor of the Philippine Commonwealthfrom 1935 to 1941. • The hotel contains the offices of several foreign news organizations, including The New York Times. It has hosted numerous world historical persons and celebrities including authors Ernest Hemingway and James A. Michener; actors Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. and John Wayne; publisher Henry Luce; entertainers Sammy Davis, Jr., Michael Jackson and The Beatles; U.S. President John F. Kennedy, Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden, and other world leaders.
  17. 17. Hotel Features: Amenities:Wifi, Airport Shuttle, Free Parking, Outdoor Pool No Smoking rooms/facilities General: No smoking rooms/facilities, Concierge, Elevators Activities: Outdoor Pool, Fitness centre or spa, Golf Dining: Bar/Lounge, Restaurant, 24 hour room service Services: Business centre, Laundry Service, Children Service, Safe deposit box, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Barber/Beauty shop, Conference Facilities Internet: Wifi Transportation: Airport Shuttle Parking: Free Parking Accessibility: Handicapped rooms/facilities
  18. 18. Location: Roxas Boulevard,Behind The Quirino Grandstand,Luneta,Manila 1000,Metro Manila (Center City) Quality Ranking: 4 star Hotel (1st class) Number of rooms: 147 rooms Size: Medium-sized Hotel Parking facility: Available within the vicinity Affiliation: Independent Hotel
  19. 19. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF HOTEL H20 At Hotel H20 in Manila, Philippines, gone are the days when “sleeping with the fishes” would send chills down your spine. Instead of cowering from fear, you would be wide-eyed from amazement as you’re surrounded by marine life in aquarium-walled rooms. And if that isn’t enough, step into the Oceanarium for a life-size thrill that would have your eyes dancing to the graceful movement of their sea- bound friends. The hotel is a convenient place to stay for jet-setting tourists. At Hotel H20, you don’t have to venture to the deep end – they’ll bring you the elusive.
  20. 20. HOTEL FEATURES All rooms: • Air-Conditioned • Water-themed rooms • LCD Television FACILITIES • Airport transfer • Business center • Car rental • City transfer • Conference rooms • Currency exchange • Dry cleaning • Fitness room/gym • High-speed Internet access • Laundry service • Massage services • Restaurant / Cafe / Bar • Parking • Room service • Safe deposit boxes • Spa • Swimming Pool • Wake-up call • Function Rooms/ Meeting Rooms • Complimentary High-speed • Internet Access
  21. 21. Location: J Quintos Sr., City of Manila (Center City) Quality Ranking: 5 star Hotel (Deluxe) Number of rooms: 500 Size: Medium-Large-sized Hotel Parking facility: Available within the vicinity and Basement Parking Affiliation: Chains
  22. 22. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF MANILA DIAMOND HOTEL The Manila Diamond Hotel faces scenic Manila Bay and all rooms have a view of it. Executive Suites are deluxe rooms that have direct bay views. This luxurious hotel is ideal for both leisure and business travelers. All of the hotel's facilities are designed to meet the most discriminating needs of guests. The design of the hotel whispers subdued elegance, making it both comfortable and relaxing.
  23. 23. HOTEL FEATURES • Air-Conditioned Rooms • Non Smoking Rooms • Daily maid Service • Coffee Maker • Kitchen/Kitchenette • Newspaper(free) • Telephone • Television(cable/satellite) • In Room Broadband Internet Access • Mini Bar
  24. 24. Location: 1118 Roxas Blvd, Manila (Center City and Airport) Quality Ranking: 4 star Hotel (1ST Class) Number of rooms: 275 Size: Medium-Large-sized Hotel Parking facility: Available within the vicinity Affiliation: Independent Hotel
  25. 25. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF BAYVIEW PARK HOTEL MANILA Located along the famous Roxas Boulevard in Manila, Bayview Park Hotel stands proud and strong. It boasts of its 75-year history as the most sought-after destination for travelers who are here for business and leisure. They are a boutique-style hotel which offers very affordable and friendly rates. They provide unparalleled service and exclusive privileges for the most discriminating guests. They are just 20 minutes away from the airport so it makes us a convenient location for your unforgettable stay here in Manila. They are a walk away from Intramuros and it is situated directly opposite the landmark American Embassy building. It is truly in the historic heart of the city as any guest can enjoy fully the spectacular views of Manila Bay and its famous sunsets, experience the historical sites and the nightlife as well. But what makes Bayview endeared to most of its clientele is the easily noticeable Pinoy hospitality and fervent smiles as one welcomes the guests into the hotel premises. Hospitable, dependable, modest, respected, distinguished – are the very characteristics of Bayview Park Hotel in Manila.
  26. 26. HOTEL FEATURES All rooms: •Air-Conditioned •Coffee/Tea maker Facilities • Business center • Bar • Babysitting • Airport transfer • Car rental • City transfer • Currency exchange • Fitness room/gym • Laundry service • Restaurant • Room service • Swimming pool (indoor) • Travel agency • Valet parking • Wake-up call • Nurse • Parking • Workout station • Shop • Massage service • Safety deposit box • Private cocktail lounge • Conference room
  27. 27. Location: 2090 Roxas Boulevard, Malate, Manila, Philippines (Center City ) Quality Ranking: 4 star Hotel (1ST Class) Number of rooms: 50 Size: Small-sized Hotel Parking facility: Available within the vicinity Affiliation: Chains
  28. 28. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF G HOTEL MANILA BY WATERFRONT G Hotel Manila is a first-class boutique hotel situated on Manila’s historic Roxas Boulevard. This ultra-modern building features a residential chic theme with its black and white interiors and a modern minimalist contemporary design by world-renowned architect Gerry Contreras. A few minutes from the financial district, shopping malls, golf courses and a stone’s throw away from the famous Baywalk, it is the ideal choice for business and pleasure in Manila.
  29. 29. HOTEL FEATURES All Rooms: • 24 hour butler service •Turn-down Service • FOREX • 6am – 11pm Room Service • Laundry and dry cleaning • Complete line of bath essentials and robe • An array of Spa-like room scents available • On-call in-room massage • Shoe-shine • Cable • NDD/IDD • Coffee/tea making facilities • In-room pantry area • 24-hour security • Valet parking • Express check-in and check-out • Wake up calls • Airport Pick-up/Drop-off and transportation services • Well-equipped business center • Upgraded Mini-bar Safety deposit boxes
  30. 30. Prepared by: Cherry Ann Gallego- Leader Danica Quiatchon Aghes Suaverdez Ivy Losenada RJ Carlos Submitted to: Ms. Narlynn M. Pineda
  31. 31. Submitted by: RJ Carlos Danica Quiatchon Cherry Ann Gallego Agnes Suaverdez Ivy Losenada
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