Lotus Garden; Not Your Usual Budget Hotel

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Lotus Garden; Not Your Usual Budget Hotel


How do you define value? And what is a budget hotel room, anyway?

For some, it is the cheapest available space that is clean and safe. For others, it is finding the best location and amenities at an affordable price.

For tourists on a budget, or who simply do not want to spend a large chunk of their money on a fancy hotel, there is an abundance of mid-range and luxury hotels in Manila, but there are actually only a handful of hotels that are both reputable and reasonably clean.

Lotus Garden Hotel has emerged to be one of the most preferred standard hotels today. This no-frills establishment offers more comfort and many full-service amenities at a price that is definitely right on the budget.

It is situated in the vibrant shopping, dining, entertainment and tourist district of Manila. Major transport modes are accessible, ensuring guests' convenience and comfort no matter where they wish to go. Whether to watch a musical at the Cultural Center of the Philippines, a stroll at the Rizal Park or explore the Walled City of Intramuros.

At the heart of the Lotus Garden experience are its 80 guest rooms. The rooms are designed to cater for the needs and preferences of all its guests. In-room WiFi internet access additionally provides unlimited communications ease. The 40 Deluxe rooms take a guest's stay to even higher levels of comfort and convenience with a kitchenette and a dining area.

Each room is equipped with individually-controlled airconditioning, queen-sized bed or two single/double beds, cable TV with over 72 channels, a well-stocked mini-bar, private bath with hot and cold shower, IDD/NDD telephone system w/ voicemail and coffee/tea making facilities. Room rates range from R1,450 for a Standard Room to R2,850 for a Deluxe room with kitchenette. …

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