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    Guest reviews in Newport City

    8.4
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    1428 reviews from hotels in Newport City with aggregated rating of 8.4/10.

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    Tjiputra Y.
    Holiday Inn Express Manila Newport City, an IHG Hotel
    9.4
    / 10
    9.4
    12 Jan 2020
    Can provide better bedding and need more sound proof. Can hear noise from the street or highway

    Newport City Hotels

    "One of the world-class destinations in the metro, indulge in Newport City’s luxurious and resort living. This residential and commercial compound in found between NAIA Terminal 3 and Villamor Golf Club. It's most famous for its 5-star hotels such as Marriot and Sheraton Hotels, as well as the grand Resorts World Manila. If you're not into gambling, Newport City has several recreational places and several restaurants throughout the area."

    About

    Resorts World Newport City

    Perfectly integrating luxury residential and prime commercial developments, Megaworld Corp’s Newport City is a 25-hectare premier getaway in Pasay City. Strategically located across NAIA Terminal 3, this tourist hotspot is easily accessible to various areas of interests such as central business districts, learning institutions, and even right next to a 60-hectare championship golf club, Villamor Golf Club.

    This highly urbanized area is also home to the city’s very own Las Vegas, Resorts World Manila. Touted as the “Leisure Capital of the Philippines”, the township’s entertainment capital offers high-end retail stores, multicultural restaurants, and world-renowned gaming center.


    How to Go

    By plane

    For arriving and departing passengers of NAIA Terminal 3, there’s an available Runway Manila Shuttle Service to and from Newport City.

    By land transportation

    There is a free Newport City shuttle services found in 18 different cities in the metro and neighboring provinces. However, this is limited for Resorts World Manila (RMW) members holding Platinum Cards, or RMW members holding Entry Ride Vouchers in their name.

    When taking the Metro Rail Transit (MRT), alight at Taft Avenue Station while for Light Railway Transit route (LRT1), get off at EDSA Station. Look for the white Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal (NAIA) 3 Loop shuttle public commuter bus beside McDonald’s.

    Meanwhile, Newport City is just a fifteen-minute drive from the Makati Central Business District via the Skyway.


    Getting Around

    In this township, the readily available public transportations are Citylink bus and electronic jeeps (e-jeeps). They load and unload passengers at designated terminals. Taxis are also accessible. But if you want a free and healthier option, nothing beats walking around town.


    Tourist Attractions

    Resorts World Manila

    The dynamic and vibrant vibe of Newport City makes it an exciting entertainment area. Top of the list is Resorts World Manila (RWM), the township’s one-stop shop for entertainment and beyond, is the country’s first integrated tourism estate and largest resort and casino.

    Adding to the glitz and glamour would be Newport Mall, RWM’s four-level boutique mall with its exquisite shopping, dining, and play options, and Newport Performing Arts Theater, a 1,500-seat venue for concerts, plays, musicals, exclusive productions, and more.

    A premier meeting destination, Marriott Manila’s Grand Ballroom holds the top spot as the country’s largest ballroom boasting of 8,000 square meters of function space including 28 versatile meeting space and 6 VIP skyboxes.


    Top Things to Do

    Experience exciting and thrilling lifestyle options at Newport City. Enjoy your shopping spree for designer label brands at Newport Mall. After indulging on your retail therapy or simply window shopping, you can feast on any of its fine dining restaurants.

    Newport Performing Arts Theater

    Level up your movie experience at Newport Cinema. Catch the latest flicks at Ultra, one of their cinema houses wherein reclining sofas, butler service, and unlimited popcorns and sodas are offered. If you fancy a live stage production, catch theatrical shows at the 1,500-seater Newport Performing Arts Theater.

    Shrine of St. Therese

    Fortune favors the bold. Why not try your luck at its world-class casino? Or say a prayer of thanks and guidance at the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus.


    Where to Eat

    Satisfy your cravings with diverse choices of local and foreign dishes available at this township. Try the mouth-watering Lechon Kawali and Adobo Flakes at Recipes by Cafe Metro. They serve flavorful Filipino and Asian dishes with a twist.

    If you’re looking for must-try Japanese and Korean cuisines, Ginzadon at Maxim Hotel has Galbi Jim, or beef short ribs, and the sushi special platter.

    CRU Steakhouse

    Bring your crew at CRU Steakhouse at the Marriott Hotel. You’ll never get enough of their Australian and US super prime beefs so best to order their unlimited steak for P1,300. Perfectly pair it from their extensive list of wines.

    Perk up your day and even night at UCC Park Terrace at Newport Mall. Order the Kori Kohi, iced coffee cubes served with warm milk coupled with a generous serving of Apple Pie ala mode or Brick Toast.


    Nightlife

    The nights are longer at Newport City. Whether you want to take in some live entertainment shows or pump up adrenaline, you got a variety of options.

    The nightlife mecca, House Manila at the basement of Holiday Inn Express, pulsates with energy and vibrancy with its cool music and lights. Partying starts at 9 pm on Wednesdays to Saturdays.

    If you prefer to chill out to acoustic music, El Calle Food and Music Hall your go-to place in Resorts World Manila. Be captivated by the glow-in-the-dark details of this artful space every day from 6 pm to 12 mn. For a happier vibe, the casual Bar 360 will entertain you with its vibrant neon lights, live and steady music, and favorite drinks from 4 pm to 5 am daily.


    Where to Stay

    Discover the pleasures of pampering accommodations in Newport City. Depending on your preference and budget, there are strips of upscale and affordable hotels to stay with.

    If you are in a generous mode for your hotel, you can check in to any of the luxurious ones such as Manila Marriott, Maxims Tower, Savoy, and Belmont Hotel. For other much affordable options, you can stay at Holiday Inn Express, One Palm Tree, and 101 Newport Condo.


    Travel Tips

    • For those bringing in their own vehicle, always keep safe your parking card. It costs P1,000 once lost.
    • If you’re from a distant area from the metro and flying out via Terminal 3, it’s advisable to check in at any accommodations in Newport City for convenience.
    • If you want someplace to just hang out, you can roam around at the mall. It closes at midnight all year round.

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