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The Most Expensive Hotel Suites in Manila And How Much They Cost

Including the lavish five-star privileges you get along with your hotel stay.
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A vacation is all the more special when you've checked into the best suite of the best hotel. Guests of the presidential suite—or whichever name it goes by—always get the most lavish treatment. But at what cost? Below, we round up the most opulent suites in the jet set's favorite hotels in Manila.

Peninsula Suite 


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Where: The Peninsula Manila

Rate Per Night: Starts at P120,000, excluding taxes

The Peninsula Manila is one of the most revered hotels to grace the Makati skyline. For its most premium accommodations, the Peninsula Suite is all the bit elegant as the iconic Peninsula lobby 11 floors down. Furnished with modern fixtures and contemporary art, it's meant for two adults and two children and provides its visitors with a view of both the city below and the garden. Guests of the suite have a personal butler available at their beck and call 24/7 and have a full kitchen with the hotel’s own chefs on-call.

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Shangri-La Suite



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Where: Shangri-La at the Fort

Rate Per Night: Starts at P200,000, excluding taxes 

With 239 square meters at your disposal, there’s legroom to spare during a stay at the Shangri-La Suite. It’s equipped with all the comforts of a (luxurious) home—its own office, kitchenette, marble-clad bathroom, a well-appointed living space, and a personal sauna. There’s also a private butler service on standby. Guests staying at the Shangri-La Suite are also given access to the Horizon Club Lounge and its perks.

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Imperial Suite


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Where: Sofitel Philippine Plaza

Rate Per Night: P307,062.50 after taxes

If there’s a suite that gives you the most bang for your buck, it’s Sofitel’s Imperial Suite which consists of six suite rooms and has a maximum occupancy of 12 adults and 12 children. The VIP is rolled out during your entire stay, from the airport welcome to the limousine transfers with complimentary bubbly.

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Chairman’s Villa



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Where: Solaire Resort and Casino

Rate Per Night: Starts at P450,000 excluding taxes

Solaire recently received a thumbs up from the annual Forbes Travel Guide as one of only two hotels in the country listed as the “world’s most luxurious.” Its crème de la crème is the two-bedroom Chairman’s Villa, which offers its guests a panoramic view of Manila Bay. The villa is equipped with its own viewing deck, private pool, massage and fitness room, and conference room. It’s also up-to-date with a single console-control system that lets guests modify some of the room’s features easily. Guests can also access private butlers and chef services.

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Tower Wing EDSA Suite

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Where: EDSA Shangri-La

Rate Per Night: From P73,000 to P95,000, excluding taxes*

One of the most formidable hotels up north, EDSA Shangri-La has built a gleaming reputation for itself throughout the years. The best place to stay in the entire hotel has to be the EDSA Suite, which is situated atop the Tower Wing and offers sprawling views of the bustling city below. It features two bedrooms, a sitting room, a dining area, and a kitchenette. Additional perks that come with the suite include the personalized butler service, complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, and cocktails, and the use of a Mercedes Benz S-Class for eight hours per stay.

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Raffles Presidential Suite 



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Where: Raffles Makati

Rate Per Night: P122,232

The presidential suite possesses all the essential and stylish workings to be dubbed your home away from home—an office space, a dining room, two bedrooms, and a walk-in closet that leads to a marble bathroom. The suite, too, is situated in an establishment that houses fabulous dining options—there’s breakfast at Mireio or Spectrum and then afternoon tea and evening cocktails at the famed Writers Bar, which comes complimentary.

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Fairmont Presidential Suite


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Where: Fairmont Makati

Rate Per Night: P106,049

With city views from the eighth floor of Fairmont Makati, the Presidential Suite is the ideal urban staycation spot. At 154-square-meters, the sensible yet chic space features a living area, dining area, a kitchenette, and a wine library. On top of the plush accommodations, guests of the presidential suite may also access the Fairmont Gold Lounge. 

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NÜWA Presidential Villa 



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Where: NÜWA at the City of Dreams Manila

Rate Per Night: P258,600 net*

After taking the place of what once was Crown Towers, luxury hotel Nuwa had a strong start after being recognized with a Forbes Five Star rating in the 2018 Forbes Travel Guide. This means guests can expect impeccable service as well as great accommodations. The two-story, palatial Presidential Villa spans a total of 548 square meters. Apart from the three spacious bedrooms, a personal gym, an outdoor Jacuzzi, and a patio, the villa also comes with its own dedicated butler. As a bonus, the suite comes with an in-room elevator to transport you between levels.

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Conrad Manila Presidential Suite

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Where: Conrad Manila

Rate Per Night: Around P295,413 excluding taxes*

Perhaps the largest hotel suite in the city, Conrad Manila’s presidential suite measures 1,100 square meters which includes a vast rooftop lounge and a private pool. The suite, which boasts of sleek and contemporary interiors, is best for hosting intimate gatherings, which you may hold in one of the sitting areas or the terrace. Guests who stay here may enjoy access to the Executive Lounge and go through express check-in and check-out. Hilton Honors members are also awarded special discounts and privileges. 

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Presidential Suite 

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Where: Manila Hotel

Rate Per Night: P600,000

Since the Manila Hotel is known for its role in Philippine history, it makes perfect sense for many to remember the MacArthur Suite where Gen. Douglas MacArthur himself took residence during the Commonwealth period. The crown jewel of the historic hotel, however, is its Presidential Suite, which has been refurbished with posh modern fixtures. From the topmost floor of the Tower Building, the suite treats its visitors to views of both Manila Bay and the Walled City of Intramuros. It may be accessed through its own private elevator. But, perhaps, the beauty of the suite lies in its details: the paintings by Filipino artists that hang on its walls, the bathroom in-laid with Italian marble, the memory foam mattress for a good night’s sleep, and more.

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Presidential Suite



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Where: Shangri-La Makati

Rate Per Night: P158,000, excluding taxes*

Located in the heart of the central business district, Makati Shangri-La has been a favorite among high profile individuals, celebrities, and diplomats. This luxurious two-bedroom suite features a sitting room, a kitchenette, a dining room, and a separate walk-in closet. Guests also have access to the Horizon Club Lounge and the hotel’s meeting rooms.

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*Daily rates vary depending on your date of booking.

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