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Top 10 Hotels Closest to the Philippine International Convention Center in Manila

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Sofitel Philippine Plaza is within a five minutes' walk of the Philippine International Convention Center and overlooks Manila Bay.

Accommodation

TBEX Asia Pacific 2016 will be held from 13 to 16 October at the Philippine International Convention Center in Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Are there any hotels nearby?

Manila is a sprawling city, and transportation can be chaotic. Traffic jams are frequent , and subways sometimes experience delays.

Delegates attending conventions and other events at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) are therefore advised to book rooms at hotels as close to the convention center as possible.

Several hotels are located within walking distance or a short taxi ride from PICC. A sampling of the closest hotels follows, suitable for a wide range of budgets.

 Where to Stay

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Sofitel Philippine Plaza is the closest hotel to the Philippine International Convention Center in Manila.

Accommodation ranges from the luxurious Sofitel Philippine Plaza, with landscaped gardens, free form swimming pool, and gorgeous views of Manila Bay, to simpler hotels targeted at budget travelers.

Distances and times are based on Google Maps and are for information only.

Inclusion in this list should not be considered a recommendation. Readers should do their own due diligence.

  1. Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila – CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City, Manila, Philippines. 400 metres, 5 minutes on foot, 2 minutes by taxi. Check guest reviews and room rates:  TripAdvisor
  2. Hotel Jen Manila – 3001 Roxas Blvd, Pasay City, Manila, Philippines. 1.1 kilometres, 13 minutes on foot, 5 to 13 minutes by taxi. Check guest reviews and room rates:   TripAdvisor
  3. Networld Hotel Spa and Casino – Roxas Boulevard, cornerof Senator Gil Puyat Avenue, Pasay, City, Manila, Philippines. 1.3 kilometres, 16 minutes on foot, 4 to13 minutes by taxi. Check guest reviews and room rates:  TripAdvisor
  4. Century Park Hotel – 599 Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines. 1.4 kilometres, 18 minutes on foot, 7 to 14 minutes by taxi. Check guest reviews and room rates:   TripAdvisor
  5. Orchid Garden Suites, 620 Pablo Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines. 1.4 kilometres, 18 minutes on foot, 8 to 13 minutes by taxi. Check guest reviews and room rates:  TripAdvisor
  6. Aloha Hotel Manila – 2150 Roxas Boulevard, Coronel Quirino Avenue, Malate, Manila. Philippines. 1.6 kilometres, 20 minutes on foot, 7 to 19 minutes by taxi. Check guest reviews and room rates:  TripAdvisor
  7. Armada Hotel Manila – 2108 Marcelo H. Del Pilar Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines. 1.8 kilometres, 22 minutes on foot, 9  to 20 minutes by taxi. Check guest reviews and room rates:  TripAdvisor
  8. Hotel Sogo – 2120 Mabini Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines. 1.9 kilometres, 24 minutes on foot, 9 to 19 minutes by taxi. Check guest reviews and room rates:  TripAdvisor
  9. Casa Nicarosa Hotel – 2116 Madre Ignacia, Malate, Manila, Philippines. 2.0 kilometres, 25 minutes on foot, 9 to 20 minutes by taxi. Check guest reviews and room rates:  TripAdvisor
  10. Atrium Hotel Manila – 15/F Taft Centrale Exchange, Senator Gil J. Puyat Avenue corner of Taft Avenue, Pasay City, Manila, Philippines. 2.1 kilometres, 26 minutes on foot, 6 to 21 minutes by taxi. Check guest reviews and room rates:  TripAdvisor

Philippine International Convention and Exhibition Center

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Courtyard of the Philippine Convention and Exhibition Center in Manila. Photo Credit: Josh Lim.

The Philippine International Center (PICC) was Asia’s first international convention center.

Opening in 1976, PICC has played host to innumerable conventions, political summits, and concerts over the years.

Many world-famous artists have performed at the venue.

PICC is located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) in the Pasay City section of Metro Manila.

CCP showcases the arts in the Philippines. It has galleries, performance venues, exhibition halls, a high school for the performing arts, and various other facilities.

CCP has nine resident companies including Ballet Philippines, the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Bayanihan Philippine National Folk Dance Company.

CCP was built on reclaimed land along scenic Manila Bay. It is approximately 8.5 kilometres from Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

 

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