Rizal Park Hotel: Manila’s Historical Gem

Originally built in 1911, the old Army Navy Club has been beautifully restored back to its prime state and has opened its doors to the public to what is now Rizal Park Hotel. It quickly earned its spot as being one of the most instagrammable hotels in the country and that is for a number of reasons.

The developers have been very faithful in keeping the original colonial-era design and concept and exploring the place feels like looking into over 100 years of architectural masterpiece. The authenticity of the classic Manila is well preserved and reinforced with modern craftsmanship. 

Overall, the ambiance is abundant with elegance and sophistication matched with excellent customer service and great dining experience. Rizal Park Hotel aims to promote the culturally and aesthetically rich Philippine history and heritage to a broader spectrum. 

The hotel is is located among Manila’s central district, relatively close to other well established tourist spots such as: Intramuros, Manila Cathedral, Fort Santiago, Manila Ocean Park, Museums, and just across the street from Rizal Park (hence the hotel’s name). 
Aside from the luxurious rooms, the hotel also has a lot to offer; including complimentary use of gym and infinity pool (coming soon), Casino, All Day Dining at Cafe Rizal, the Sky Bar, Spa and Wellness Center, and Banquet Halls and Courtyard for meetings and events.

They have ongoing promotions this October on both accommodation and Cafe Rizal. 

(Photos from Rizal Park Hotel Facebook Page)

For inquiries and reservations:

Website: http://www.rizalparkhotel.com.ph

Phone: +632 804 8700 to 99

Email: info@rizalparkhotel.com.ph
Address: South Road Drive, T.M. Kalaw Extension, Ermita, Manila


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