Wonderfully positioned in the lively cultural hub of Ermita, this budget-friendly hotel boasts a rooftop swimming pool; the perfect spot for guests to watch the golden sun dip behind the horizon. Explore the surrounds, with the bustling Roax Boulevard lined with restaurants just one block away, and return for delicious cuisine at the relaxed Caliber Cafe or top-floor Raja Thai Restaurant. The relaxing Sensui Spa awaits, as does spacious rooms and suites with comfortable bedding, rain showers and timber furnishings.
Why we recommend the Armada Hotel Manila
- Affordable hotel located in lively Ermita
- A short stroll from Roxas Boulevard shopping and dining
- Spacious rooms and suites with modern comforts
- Rooftop swimming pool with sunset views
- Casual café and stylish Thai restaurant
Attractions near the Armada Hotel Manila
Shop at SM Mall of Asia
Located just a short distance from your hotel, SM Mall of Asia is the best place to go for all your holiday shopping and entertainment needs. This is the biggest mall in the Philippines and it is home to a vast range of fashion, electronics, novelties, jewellery, sporting equipment and art boutiques. You can also shop your way through internationally renowned brands such as Calvin Klein, Nautica, Thomas Sabo and Adidas.
Not only known as a premier shopping destination, SM Mall of Asia also houses an Imax theatre, skating rink and bowling alley. When you’ve built up an appetite, indulge in the local and international flavours of the mall’s many onsite eateries.
Visit the National Art Gallery
Housed within the National Museum of Philippines complex, the National Art Gallery is a must-stop on your Philippines culture trail. You’ll be amazed by the two impressive sculptures at the gallery’s entrance, created by artist Guillermo Tolentino. Cast in metal, these grand pieces offer a taste of what to expect as you venture further in.
Wander the galleries housing works from 19th-Century Filipino painters like Juan Luna and Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo, and learn about significant events in the region’s history through detailed artworks from the 17th and 18th centuries. Pass by famous works such as Feeding the Chickens by Simon Flores, as well as a host of modernist pieces from the likes of Victoria Edades, Vincente Manansala and Ang Kiukok.