8 Instagrammable Hotels In Manila


Oftentimes, we don’t have the luxury of time to go on a long trip and still enjoy it. Good thing there’s a way to relax and take breathtaking pictures from the comfort of the city! These 8 staycation hotels have instagram-worthy views that will fetch you lots of likes for sure.

1. B Hotel QC
Quezon City

B Hotel in QC is a peaceful but accessible venue located in Tomas Morato, a hub for out-of-the-box restaurant concepts. Their rooms are “vintage industrial” but have a warm, inviting feel. They have avant garde furniture you’ll surely want to post pictures of. Their motifs blend well together with their use of chocolate brown coloring as well as wood in their interiors. And you can also take pictures of the city from their outdoor infinity pool.

Room for 2: ₱3,500 – ₱5,000

B Hotel QC

14 Sct. Rallos St.
Quezon City, Metro Manila

+63 2 990 5000


2. The Henry Manila

Styled as your “home away from home”, Henry Hotel Manila has an elegant mid-century style interior that gives it a classical look. It’s perfect for sepia filter selfies! It’s a sprawling green oasis that makes it feel like you’ve been transported out of Manila. You can also take a dip in the pool for some fun underwater selfies. Other must-visits here are their art gallery and their Apartment 1B Restaurant.

Room for 2: ₱4,000 – ₱7,000

The Henry Manila

2680 FB Harrison St.
Pasay, Metro Manila

+63 2 807 8888



3. Rizal Park Hotel

If you want to feel like a Spanish colonial period señor or señora, this former army and navy club-turned hotel has got you covered. Their glamorous lobby complete with twin staircases, chandelier, and floral centerpiece looks like it came straight out of an old movie. Their courtyard, tastefully decorated with plant ornaments and a Venus statue, is definitely instagrammable too! Lastly, their rooms with patterned wallpaper and carpets look great in pictures. You’ll feel like royalty with their elegant interior.

Room for 2: ₱4,000 – ₱11,000

Rizal Park Hotel

South Rd., Ermita
Manila, Metro Manila

+63 2 804 8700


4. I’M Hotel

This chic and trendy hotel looks polished from top to bottom. Their accommodating staff are in sleek uniforms. And of course, their transparent infinity pool is the highlight, the bottom of which can be seen from the lobby. There are cottages overlooking the city that look like bird cages where you can chill and take pictures in. You can also order from the nearby Mermaid Bar or the Antidote Bar on the roof deck which has a live jellyfish tank.

Photo from Marjorie G.’s looloo review for I’M Hotel

Room for 2: ₱5,000 – ₱6,500

I’M Hotel

Makati Ave. cor. Kalayaan Ave.
Makati, Metro Manila

+63 2 755 7888


5. Azumi Boutique Hotel

This hotel in Muntinlupa has a view overlooking the city from its infinity pool. Their lobby has a classic modern feel with two swing chairs and a dark wall decorated by small white frames. Their Romulo Cafe also has a unique, vintage look that is great for picture-taking. It’s located in Madrigal Business Park so expect lots of cityscape views. Plus, it’s near Alabang Town Center which also has some picture perfect spots.

Photo from Foodcrawl P.’s looloo review for Azumi Boutique Hotel

Room for 2: ₱3,000 – ₱5,000

Azumi Boutique Hotel

2205 Market St., Alabang
Muntinlupa, Metro Manila

+63 2 382 9864



6. The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences

The entire hotel from the exterior (which has abstract cubist art) is Picasso art-themed, from the polygonal furniture down to the room numbers. Their dedication to stick to the motif is outstanding! Their artsy lobby has a checkerboard effect area and other interesting design pieces. The rooms are bright and colorful which are great for IG-worthy photos. Definitely take some pictures with the little “Pablo” teddy bear on each guest bed.

Room for 2: ₱4,000 – ₱6,500

The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences

119 LP Leviste St., Salcedo Village
Makati, Metro Manila

+63 2 828 4774



7. Okada Manila

This 5-star hotel and casino is a spectacle of Japanese-themed decor from their lobby to the casino. The building itself is a black and purple trapezoidal work of art, located conveniently near Mall of Asia. Their dancing fountain is grand and picture-perfect, their jacuzzi looks great, and even their shower curtains are gorgeous! The rooms have peach or pink-toned interiors that will remind you of cherry blossoms.

Photo from Ishi C.’s looloo review for Okada Manila

Room for 2: ₱13,000 – ₱45,500

Okada Manila

New Seaside Drive, Entertainment City
Parañaque, Metro Manila

+63 2 880 7555


8. Hotel H2O

As a part of Manila Ocean Park, Hotel H2O offers discounted or free access to the park as part of their package. So definitely take advantage of that. They have an aquatic-themed interior. Most notably, the rooms are either facing Manila Bay or have an entire wall of aquarium fish of different species. Or if you prefer live jellyfish, their “Aqua Jellies” room might be more your taste. You can even relax in the in-room jacuzzis. Enjoying marine life from the comfort of your room is definitely a unique experience found in Hotel H2O. The best part is you can perfect your aquarium pics without the rush.

Photo from Criz S.’s looloo review for Hotel H2O

Room for 2: ₱3,500 – ₱8,500

Hotel H2O

Parade Ave.
Manila, Metro Manila

+63 2 238 6100



Each boutique or luxury hotel has something to offer. Each one has their own style that could make for great Instagram posts. Feel transported to a different place while in Manila with these unique staycation locations. You’ll be the envy of many friends for all the places you’ve “traveled to”, all from the comfort of the metro.

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Karla Ramos

A former preschool teacher/figure skater turned Travel Blogger, Social Media Manager and a travel enthusiast. I was bitten by the travel bug early on and I enjoy action-packed and adrenaline filled experiences. Often, people call me an energizer bunny because of my never-ending energy. While traveling, I love experiencing local culture, trying out local cuisine and meeting new people but most of all, I am a sucker for adventure, so if there’s something new to try, I’m definitely up for it.