For guests, the heritage resort presents the Paseo de Escolta, a replica of a hotel in Manila from the 1900s. It features Studio Deluxe Rooms, Studio Suites with Loft, and 3-story Executive Suites.
You may also choose to stay in one of the restored traditional private houses that were once located in different parts of the Philippines. These are Casa Meycauayan, Casa Jaen, Casa Binondo, Casa San Miguel, and Casa Baliuag — with 2 to 6 bedrooms each.
To greatly indulge in the fine beauty of Filipino architecture and utmost elegance, pick the 380 sqm Casa Bizantina. This “bahay na bato” or stonehouse has a long history, dating back to 1890, when it was built in Binondo, Manila’s Chinatown.
All accommodations have:
- Individually controlled air-conditioning system
- Flat-screen LCD TV with cable channels
- Shower cubicle with running hot and cold water
- Hair dryer
- In-room safe
- Coffee and tea maker