They’ve got cute and witty labels everywhere!
Things get even cooler, especially for millennial travelers, because they’ve got really smart stuff in the rooms such as universal chargers, USB charging ports; the switches of bedside, reading and the master lights; and this amazing alarm clock:
The multi-tasking alarm clock will wake you up, and also turns into a Bluetooth speaker and FM Radio. It also has USB ports.
The Grab & Go pouch for on-the-go travelers
Every stay also comes with a free Grab and Go breakfast – an option made for travelers who are always on-the-go, running late or catching an early flight.
The Grab and Go breakfast can include fruits, muffins, bread and beverages on-the-go.
In its full transition, HIExpress Manila will have 24-hour dining available, as well, so you can eat breakfast even if it’s two in the morning.
The breakfast buffet starts from 6AM and goes on until 10AM.
If you’re staying until check-out though, you can opt to have a sumptuous breakfast buffet, which includes different breads and toast, cereals, garlic rice, eggs, veggies, Filipino classic food; as well as a wide array of beverages such as juices, hot chocolate and coffee. This is sure to pump you up for the rest of the day!
What a sight!
HT Cheah, the General Manager for Holiday Inn Express Manila, shares more good news for members of the IHG Rewards Club: you can earn points when you stay here and use them the next time you stay at other IHG hotels anywhere in the world.
From NAIA International Airport Terminal 3 via Runway Manila bridge, HIExpress Manila is just a 10-minute walk and a short ride from Terminals 1 and 2 via the free RWM airport shuttle. Speaking of rides, they also have free 24/7 airport shuttle services:
All this convenience for smart and on-the-go travelers for as low as Php3500, their introductory price until October this year. Winning deal!
Holiday Inn Express Manila, Newport City
#1 Jasmine Drive, Resorts World Manila, Pasay