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Mandarin Oriental Says Bye Bye to Manila, At Least For Now

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  Site Where: Makati Avenue, Makati City, Manila, Philippines, 1226
August 14, 2014 at 9:26 AM | by | Comment (1)

Manila will be saying its goodbyes to one of the oldest luxury hotels in the city next month: Mandarin Oriental will be closing on September 9 after nearly four decades of operating. As much as the décor in the above Deluxe Room feels like it needs an overhaul, the choice was made to shut the 413-room hotel altogether.

A replacement hotel is already in the works, though on a smaller scale. Come 2020 (which sounds terribly far away, but really, half a decade is nothing in hotel years), a brand new hotel with 275 rooms will open. The location will stay roughly the same, in a mixed-use development in the central business district of Makati City; no other details are known at this point.

A Deluxe Room on the last Saturday before closure runs at 5,500 PHP ($125) a night.

[Photo: Mandarin Oriental]

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