We just got back from Philippines last week. We had often wondered what it would be like to stay at the Mabuhay Manor Hotel on Ortigas Street in Pasay It's often featured on TFC and so we decided to spend a couple of nights there. Well actually I decided I wanted to spend a couple of days in and around MOA just relaxing and enjoying the shopping, dining and spa experiences It's actually just at the back of The Heritage Hotel if your taxi driver needs direction The hotel is rather interesting. Why? Because, it not a high-rise building, it's only 3 floors but covers quite an area. It's a very friendly, very clean hotel with a nice variety of different rooms and a really helpful service.IMHO Usefully, it has a good free WiFi service too It's very conveniently located near the airport and the Mall of Asia. For me, this hotel actually lived up to the promises of the TFC commercial. I found the staff courteous and friendly and I found the rooms spacious, clean and comfortable. Although it must be said quite basic. Don't expect frills. The toilet and shower room were much better than you normally get at this price range. I was very happy and am quite picky about CR and shower facilities. Free breakfast buffet is included, but is largely Filipino.(Unless toast and a couple of freshly fried eggs are OK) If you fancy a relaxing massage, it's included in the room rate and what's more it's mighty fine too. There's a nice private transportation service available to MOA (actually at any time if you just ask) for P160 (yeah, a little expensive but good and reliable and mostly cheaper than those robbing taxi's) Also convenient and cheap transportation to and from NAIA. There's mini-bar (although at possibly the highest prices I've ever encountered), free cable TV (including BBC world service) I couldn't easily find anything much to complain about (well apart from the mini-bar prices), but be warned that the bar/restuarant prices are also very expensive IMO. Not such a big deal since the dining treasures of MOA are right on the doorstep. Price for a night is around P2500 for a queen-bedded double room, which I'm guessing is not bad for an airport hotel. Well worth checking out for arrivals and/or departures. Oh and there is a small outdoor pool. Hope this helps some members.