Tambayan Capsule Hostel | Places to stay in City of Manila-Metro Manila

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Earliest availability: March 20, 2019
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Overview

Check-in after: 02:00 PM

Check-out before: 12:00 PM

Number of rooms: 18

Credit card facility: Visa, MasterCard

Amenities

Wi-Fi
Air Conditioning
Cable TV
Water Heater
Washer
Dryer
Shower
Restaurant

Safety features

Smoke Detector
Fire Extiguisher
Lobby Security
24 Hours Security

Guest policies

House rules

  • Keep the room/house clean
  • Use water and electricity responsibly
  • keep noise to a minimum
  • Be polite and considerate to neighbors/locals at all times

Cancellation policy

  • FREE Cancellation Deadline: 3 days before date of arrival
  • Cancellation Fee equivalent to 1 night will apply after the deadline
  • No refund for no-show

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Getting there and around

Nearby attractions

Lopez Museum and Library
Attraction
1.00 km away

Lopez Museum and Library is an intimately spaced maze of artworks, rizaliana, antique Philippine maps, and rare books. It is most known for these three: its library of over 21,000 Filipiniana titles, and its art collections of Juan Luna and Felix Hidalgo Resurreccion paintings. Built in 1960, the Lopez Museum and Library is the oldest privately owned museum and library in the Philippines. The museum has about five interconnected sections. Other than the Juan Luna and Felix Hidalgo Galleries, the others display the National Hero Jose Rizal's personal belongings, modern paintings from Philippine National Artists, and some archaeological artifacts from Calatagan Excavation. The museum also holds a collection of about 300 antique Philippine maps since 1507, hand-drawn by various colonial and native cartographers.

Pasig Cathedral and Museum
Attraction
2.23 km away

Also known as the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Pasig Cathedral is the oldest Marian parish in Asia. Like other churches in the Philippines, the cathedral follows a baroque Spanish design, whose structure is based on adobe blocks. While much of the cathedral's design was altered in the 20th century, its bell tower retains its historic appeal. Augustinian missionaries laid the parish's first foundation in 1575, and gave it the title Conventus Visitationis Mariae de Pasig (Our Lady of Visitation). Twelve years later, the parish was renamed after the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception. The parish was then inaugurated into the status of a cathedral in 2003. At the right side of the cathedral is a hallway leading to the Pasig Diocesan Museum. The museum displays elaborate church vestments and historical emblems of the cathedral, such as crucifixes, candelabras, chalices, incense boats, mass gongs, church beams, and Spanish tiles.

Pasig City Museum
Attraction
3.34 km away

Housed in the two-storey Concepcion Mansion, Pasig City Museum is a patchwork of art pieces, artifacts, and memorabilia bearing the history of Pasig and its people. The mansion was designed after neo-Castilian architecture. The corkscrew columns, colonnaded terraces, ornamental plasterwork and fringes, and tiled roof are an attraction in itself, showcasing the architectural heritage of the city. Inside, the museum is loosely divided into collections, among the highlights are Mutya ng Pasig, Asemblea Magna, and Nagsabado ng Pasig, all found on the first floor. The second floor displays the museum's permanent collections, including the Natural Science Collection, Comparative Sites & Landmarks, Philippine Coins & Paper Money, and Valentin Cruz Room, which features memorabilia from the Katipunan general who led the first victory of the 1986 Revolution in Pasig.

Things to do nearby

Livin’ La Vida Imelda Performance
₱550
Experience
Shows and performances
1.80 km away

“Living La Vida Imelda” is a multi-media monologue of musings about former First Lady Imelda Romualdez Marcos and memories of life in 1970s Manila. We won’t talk about shoes very much but we’ll ponder over issues such as state sanctioned kitsch, hierarchies in human psychology and human rights, and the importance of winning beauty pageants in a developing nation. It will be a night of gossip, disco music, tragic facts and anecdotes so absurd that it’s got to be true.

Learn Basic Watercolor Painting by Watercolor Junkie
₱1,990

Turn your daydreams into art through our Watercolor Painting 101 workshop! We'll teach you the basics like brush strokes, color theory, mixing watercolors, and other watercolor techniques. When you've mastered some of the tricks, we'll help you dabble into painting botanicals, florals, and galaxies. Who knows, watercolor painting may just be your new hobby!

Fun and Games in Greenfield District's Trampoline Park - Zero Gravity Zone
₱180

Trampoline Park in the Greenfield District of Mandaluyong City was the first of its kind in the Philippines. Doors opening soon sparking an AMAZING all new attraction for the Philippine public to enjoy. After finding the right accessible location we transformed this warehouse into a trampoline packed, play area for participants of all ages.

The idea is simple. Bring people together, get active, get fit and have a ton of fun while doing so. Whether you’re flying across main court, diving into our giant foam pit, playing an intense game of dodgeball warfare, breaking new ground in one of our fitness classes or competing with your friends to see who can land the HIGEST and COOLEST or SMOOTHEST Slam Dunk – Trampoline Park can be enjoyed by everyone.

The founders of the TRAMPOLINE PARK in Metro Manila are truly so happy to bring this energetic, healthy and amazing family fun to the Philippines. God bless you all.

Other places to stay

Bleu Hotel
₱2,500
Hotels and homes
0.59 km away

Surrounded by a wide selection of restaurants within the property, a 7-Eleven convenience store open 24 hours nearby, a salon, laundry place, gym, KTV Bar, and other establishments opening, Bleu Hotel at Pasig is your home in the city! 

The Exchange Regency Residence Hotel
₱1,854

An urban retreat where value and comfort meet, The Exchange Regency Residence Hotel provides a complete package of a delightful hotel experience to modern and modest travelers.Without having to spend a bundle, one could fully enjoy comfortable accommodations capped with excellent customer service. Perfect for diverse lifestyles, it is packed with a range of amenities and facilities such as a meeting room, a fitness gym, and a swimming pool among many others that business and leisure guests could maximize.Relax and unwind in the heart of Ortigas Center, whether just for a day or an extended stay. At a truly exceptional value, let The Exchange Regency Residence Hotel bring you a fine time in the midst of a bustling metropolis. So much for so little.

The Linden Suites
₱3,920
Hotels and homes
1.25 km away

This modern hotel in a high-rise building is an 11-minute walk from a bus stop and 11 km from the National Museum of the Philippines. 

Sophisticated rooms offer flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and sitting areas. Suites range from 1- to 3-bedrooms and include kitchenettes, dining areas and sitting rooms. Upgraded suites add Jacuzzis and washer/dryers. Room service is available 24/7.


A breakfast buffet (fee) is offered in a casual, gourmet restaurant. There's also an outdoor pool and a fitness center.

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