Red Planet, lavprishotell i Pasig, Manila

Red Planet Hotel, Ortigas, Manila

Trengte en natt i Manila på vei til Bangkok for en liten stund tilbake, og da endte vi opp på Red Planet. Hotellkjeden Tunes Hotels har nå blitt Red Planet Hotels og for en natt var det et greit alternativ. Hotellkjeden er eid av lavprisselskapet Air Asia og kan sammenlignes med de mange «billigkjedene» som har dukket opp de siste årene, her i blant gohotels og Sogo Hotels. Billig, minimalistiske, og som når man flyr med f.eks. RyanAir; liten grad av service og fasiliteter. Betjeningen i resepsjonen er høflige, vennlige og effektive. Rommene er små og rene. Ikke mue på de hvite veggene annet enn reklame for deres andre hotell i Thailand, Indonesia og Japan, for deres loyalitetsprogram og mobilapp. Gratis wifi på rommet med grei hastighet. Hele hotellet er røykfritt, og for mat så finnes det en burgersjappe som nærmeste nabo. Generelt et ok overnattingssted for en transitt-natt eller en shoppingweekend. Hotellet ligger i bydelen Pasig, på grensen til Mandaluyong. I området finner man mange restauranter, natteliv og flere store shoppingsentere.

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16 thoughts on “Red Planet, lavprishotell i Pasig, Manila

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  • As a Korean living in the Philippines, I have grown to love this country and consider it my second home. I love the warmth not just of the weather but of the people as well.

  • I love the Philippines and it’s people. I love the weather, the food and the night life. The only thing I don’t like is the traffic.

  • I find it very interesting how much Filipinos have embraced Korean culture, especially our music and fashion. I always enjoy watching YouTube videos of Pinoy dancers doing their cover of KPop groups

  • I have to admit that when I first came to the Philippines, I did not really like Pinoy food. 5 years later, I am not addicted to adobo, kare-kare and sinigang! Haha

  • As a Korean living in the Philippines, I have grown to love this country and consider it my second home. I love the warmth not just of the weather but of the people as well.

  • I love the Philippines and it’s people. I love the weather, the food and the night life. The only thing I don’t like is the traffic.

  • You Filipinos are so lucky! You have almost 8,000 beautiful islands to explore and each one has its own unique beauty to offer. I can’t wait to visit them all!

  • I find it very interesting how much Filipinos have embraced Korean culture, especially our music and fashion. I always enjoy watching YouTube videos of Pinoy dancers doing their cover of KPop groups

  • I have to admit that when I first came to the Philippines, I did not really like Pinoy food. 5 years later, I am not addicted to adobo, kare-kare and sinigang! Haha

  • I have to admit that when I first came to the Philippines, I did not really like Pinoy food. 5 years later, I am not addicted to adobo, kare-kare and sinigang! Haha

  • You Filipinos are so lucky! You have almost 8,000 beautiful islands to explore and each one has its own unique beauty to offer. I can’t wait to visit them all!

  • As a Korean living in the Philippines, I have grown to love this country and consider it my second home. I love the warmth not just of the weather but of the people as well.

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