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Atrium Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Big Room , clean, busy area, WIFI too low signal and cant use also water supply not good, water not fluently, breakfast ok

No towels in the rooms. Very slow WiFi. Breakfast is OK.

Taxi drivers acknowledged that the hotel is in an unsafe area to be when you have a family.

Taxi to the hotel was a rip off from domistic cost me 900 pesos . But hotel was great ! Thank goodness for that ..

Nice clean comfortable room. Polite staff.. The bad Wi-Fi didn't work, bad location,,,Have to walk to the street over to catch a cab most of the time.

Located not too far from Ninoy Aquino International with easy taxi access and yards away from the LRT train, the Atrium Hotel is easy to get to for the jet- lagged traveler, and at a good price. They are prepared to take care of your needs from the very good restaurant, polite and attentive service of the desk, bellmen, and restaurant staff. Our room on the 24th floor was spacious, clean, but lacking a little in maintenance by western standards, as the old grout in the bath showed. However, by Philippine standards it was most comfortable and security was adequate. The air conditioning chilled the room and made my sleep restful. My room faced the south and was basically quiet except for the sound of the LRT arriving and leaving the station below. On my last night there, a concert with several rock bands played below at an open air event venue. Unfortunately the music did not stop until 1:00 a.m., finally allowing me to sleep. A room on the West side would have given me a view of Manila Bay and would have been quieter. The area in Pasay is Average Manila not upscale, not the slums either. In addition to the hotel restaurant, Fast food restaurants and carenderias- small restaurants serving home-style cooking, as well as fruit and street food stalls round out the eating opportunities in the immediate area around the hotel. Shops, drugstore and convenience stores also are also close by. A taxi stand is just a few yards away on a corner, and a tricycle or jeepney can be had by hailing from the curb. The hotel offers van service as well for a charge, and the staff can help you to get to the sights of Manila and get you on tours to Baguiao, Tagaytay, and other popular destinations outside of Manila. To sum up, if you are looking for opulence and luxury by western standards, this is not the place. Nor is it a backpacker’s hostel or flea trap. However, for the seasoned traveler of South East Asia who is looking for a clean, comfortable and safe hotel with great service at a good price, the Atrium Hotel is a welcome place to stay in Manila.

I understand you get what you pay for but there is a certain minimum standard that is expected and should be delivered. I read some of the varied reviews and still went with this place, so I blame myself. Dont worry about the reviews pointing out noise level because that wont bother you as much as the condition of the rooms. The check in area looked fine enough but the once inside the room I thought the hotel was falling apart. Outlets looked like they were falling out of the wall, drain covers missing, bathroom tile looked so old. Thankfully we only need a few hours overnight while waiting for our morning flight!! This hotel should be torn down and redone its so old. I also hold the Orb1tz site accountable for a part of the problems with this hotel as they coordinated with the hotel for airport pickup and we never got picked up. According to the hotel the details the Orb1tz representative gave the hotel were wrong they even spelled my name wrong even though they had the reservation!!

Room was just fine but huge. Wished that parking was free. Need to pay hourly rate for it.

The good: The staff were amazing and most helpful The bad: The room smelled moldy and the LRT was right outside the window. Check-in was on the 15th floor . When bringing drinks or food to your room your inspected because they have a corkage rate. When our kids dropped in to spend the night we were charged 600 peso for each. about $29 total. I think there are better places to stay . I won't be going back

Staff are friendly but i defenetly will not stay their again.noisy room are not cleen bed stain chair very dirty looks unsanatise

15F Taft Centrale Exchange Pasay Manila

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Business center

Atrium Hotel places you within 3 miles (5 km) of popular attractions like SM Mall of Asia and Baywalk. This 3-star hotel has 150 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, free self parking, and a conference center. Ayala Center and Rizal Park are also near this Pasay hotel.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at Atrium Lounge, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

All 150 air-conditioned rooms feature balconies, refrigerators, and minibars. Guests can expect to find wired Internet and cable TV. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. In-room massages are available, and rooms also include desks.


Property features

Guests of Atrium Hotel enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 7 meeting rooms, and a conference center. Free parking is included with your stay. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with luggage storage and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a business center, free newspapers, and a gift shop.

Room options

Studio Suite (Twin)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Suite, 1 Bedroom

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Suite, 2 Bedrooms

King 2 | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Atrium Hotel

Everyone (4) Couples (4) Family (2)
3

manila stay

Everyone

Big Room , clean, busy area, WIFI too low signal and cant use also water supply not good, water not fluently, breakfast ok

By , from Zürich, Switzerland on Mar 6, 2017

3
Everyone

No towels in the rooms. Very slow WiFi. Breakfast is OK.

By , from Miami, FL on Nov 7, 2016

2

unsafe

Everyone

Taxi drivers acknowledged that the hotel is in an unsafe area to be when you have a family.

By on Aug 11, 2016

5

nice hotel close to where i need to go

Everyone

Taxi to the hotel was a rip off from domistic cost me 900 pesos . But hotel was great ! Thank goodness for that ..

By , from P on Apr 4, 2016

3

nice room but..

Couples

Nice clean comfortable room. Polite staff.. The bad Wi-Fi didn't work, bad location,,,Have to walk to the street over to catch a cab most of the time.

By on Nov 16, 2015

4

clean, comfortable, safe and inexpensive

Couples

Located not too far from Ninoy Aquino International with easy taxi access and yards away from the LRT train, the Atrium Hotel is easy to get to for the jet- lagged traveler, and at a good price. They are prepared to take care of your needs from the very good restaurant, polite and attentive service of the desk, bellmen, and restaurant staff. Our room on the 24th floor was spacious, clean, but lacking a little in maintenance by western standards, as the old grout in the bath showed. However, by Philippine standards it was most comfortable and security was adequate. The air conditioning chilled the room and made my sleep restful. My room faced the south and was basically quiet except for the sound of the LRT arriving and leaving the station below. On my last night there, a concert with several rock bands played below at an open air event venue. Unfortunately the music did not stop until 1:00 a.m., finally allowing me to sleep. A room on the West side would have given me a view of Manila Bay and would have been quieter. The area in Pasay is Average Manila not upscale, not the slums either. In addition to the hotel restaurant, Fast food restaurants and carenderias- small restaurants serving home-style cooking, as well as fruit and street food stalls round out the eating opportunities in the immediate area around the hotel. Shops, drugstore and convenience stores also are also close by. A taxi stand is just a few yards away on a corner, and a tricycle or jeepney can be had by hailing from the curb. The hotel offers van service as well for a charge, and the staff can help you to get to the sights of Manila and get you on tours to Baguiao, Tagaytay, and other popular destinations outside of Manila. To sum up, if you are looking for opulence and luxury by western standards, this is not the place. Nor is it a backpacker’s hostel or flea trap. However, for the seasoned traveler of South East Asia who is looking for a clean, comfortable and safe hotel with great service at a good price, the Atrium Hotel is a welcome place to stay in Manila.

By on Feb 3, 2015

1

no matter the price i wouldnt pay it again

Families

I understand you get what you pay for but there is a certain minimum standard that is expected and should be delivered. I read some of the varied reviews and still went with this place, so I blame myself. Dont worry about the reviews pointing out noise level because that wont bother you as much as the condition of the rooms. The check in area looked fine enough but the once inside the room I thought the hotel was falling apart. Outlets looked like they were falling out of the wall, drain covers missing, bathroom tile looked so old. Thankfully we only need a few hours overnight while waiting for our morning flight!! This hotel should be torn down and redone its so old. I also hold the Orb1tz site accountable for a part of the problems with this hotel as they coordinated with the hotel for airport pickup and we never got picked up. According to the hotel the details the Orb1tz representative gave the hotel were wrong they even spelled my name wrong even though they had the reservation!!

By on Apr 4, 2014

3

overnight stay before flight.

Couples

Room was just fine but huge. Wished that parking was free. Need to pay hourly rate for it.

By on Mar 10, 2014

2

frustrating

Couples

The good: The staff were amazing and most helpful The bad: The room smelled moldy and the LRT was right outside the window. Check-in was on the 15th floor . When bringing drinks or food to your room your inspected because they have a corkage rate. When our kids dropped in to spend the night we were charged 600 peso for each. about $29 total. I think there are better places to stay . I won't be going back

By on Sep 26, 2012

1

atrium

Families

Staff are friendly but i defenetly will not stay their again.noisy room are not cleen bed stain chair very dirty looks unsanatise

By on Aug 19, 2010