View the district’s art deco edifices and the renowned Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz which is named after the first Filipino saint. This room is available in either king or twin-bed set-ups, and has a floor area of 25 to 27 square meters.
Number of Deluxe Rooms: 29
Trivia: Plaza Lorenzo Ruiz is a notable landmark, and is the center of Manila’s Chinatown. First used in 1594, it was originally called Plaza de Binondo, then Plaza Carlos IV, and eventually Plaza Calderon dela Barca. By virtue of Batasang Pambansa, it finally paid homage to the Philippines’ protomartyr, St. Lorenzo Ruiz.
In Room Amenities
- Modern Asian-inspired interiors, playing with earth hues touched with red
- Electronic safe that can accommodate a standard sized laptop
- Complimentary coffee, tea and two bottles of water replenished daily
- 32″ cabled LCD television featuring eleven Chinese channels
- Hotel compendium complete with hotel and are information plus safety and security measures
- Writing desk
- Clock and Bible
- 300 thread count pillowcases, bed sheets and duck down duvet cover
- Bed runner haind painted by local artists from Art of Gold
- Complimentary fast WIFI internet connection
- Direct Dial telephone
- Centralized airconditioning
- En Suite bath with rain and handheld shower plus telephone unit
*Inner rooms with no view for a more private feel are also available.