A Place You Can Call Home
In the midst of historic Old Manila lies Hotel Indah Manila, a sanctuary of simplicity, seclusion, and serenity.
Our hotel in Ermita, Manila offers a modest yet perfectly cozy retreat, its quiet location shielding you from the city's flurry. Each of the 76 comfortable, well-kept rooms is furnished with conveniences to fulfill your basic needs. Like our amenities, our services come with no frills at all, but they are warm and hospitable.
The comforts at Hotel Indah Manila may be simple, but the homey, welcome feeling you get when you're here makes your stay remarkably worthwhile.
Hotel Indah Manila Philippines is located in the heart of Ermita District. It lies beside SM Manila and right across the Manila City Hall.
Although tucked on a secluded street, getting to this quaint hotel in Ermita, Manila, Philippines is a breeze, as there are plenty of transportation options in the area. It is easily accessible by taxi, Light Rail Transit (LRT), jeepneys, and buses. The hotel is also within reach through two of the city's major thoroughfares, Taft Avenue and Ayala Boulevard.
Ermita is one of Manila's busiest districts. Manila is the capital city of the Philippines, and one of the central hubs of a thriving metropolitan area. It is also home to a number of tourist attractions, government and educational institutions, shopping malls, and sea ports.
Hotel Indah Manila in Ermita, Philippines brings you closer to various landmarks and places of interest:
Manila City Hall
Philippine Supreme Court
Philippine Postal Office
Department of Tourism
National Museum of the Filipino People
Philippine General Hospital
United States Embassy
The hotel lies beside SM Manila, opposite Manila City Hall. It is accessible through Taft Avenue and Ayala Boulevard, two of the city's busiest thoroughfares. Hotel Indah Manila takes you within proximate distance to various landmarks and interesting sights around the colorful city of Manila: Manila City Hall, SM Manila, YMCA, Rizal Park, Intramuros, Philippine Supreme Court, Philippine Postal Office, Department of Tourism, National Museum of the Filipino People, Philippine General Hospital, and United States Embassy.
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