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Mahal Kita Drive Inn 

2929 Taft Ave. Extension 1300(Show on map) 

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Hotel Overview

Conveniently situated in Pasay City, Mahal Kita Drive Inn serves as a prime location for travelers who wants to experience what the area has to offer. It's well appointed rooms are clean with fresh linens, air conditioning, complimentary bottled water and cable television perfect for a night of relaxation. Their food is also commendable as it is served fresh daily. Combining comfort, quality and affordability, Mahal Kita Drive Inn is easily one of the best budget places to stay in the area.


• Check In : 14:00 • Check Out : 12:00 • GMT Time : +08:00 - Singapore

Direction

From the airport, take a cab going directly to the property.

Nearby Attraction

Over 70 percent of this structure is made of different parts of the coconut tree. The palace consists of seven suites with each unit depicting a different region and constructed of materials indigenous to that region.

Cultural Center of the Philippines - The CCP is an institution mandated by Philippine laws to preserve, promote, and enhance the Filipino people's cultural heritage. Built on reclaimed land, the building was designed by leading Filipino architect Leandro Locsin. It houses a concert hall, a theater, a library, and a museum displaying ancient and contemporary Filipino artworks.

Folk Arts Theater - Not far from the Cultural Center of the Philippines stands the Folk Arts Theater. Still the work of architect Leandro Locsin, the 10,000-capacity theater was inaugurated in July 1974 after a record construction period of 77 days.

International Airport Philippine Museum of Ethnology - The Philippine Museum of Ethnology showcases ethnological objects and artifacts which form part of the Philippines' rich and diverse cultural heritage.

GSIS Museum and Archives - A showcase of Philippine contemporary art. Features the masterpieces of the country's famous painters and sculptors: Amorsolo, Ocampo, Alcuag, Orlina, Abueva, etc

Hotel Features
  • Front desk
  • In-room Internet access
  • Internet access (Wi-Fi) in public area
  • Room service


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