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These are the Only Staycation Hotels in Metro Manila

Check if your hotel is accredited.
by Arianne Merez
Jan 5, 2021
Photo/s: Photo courtesy of Make it Makati Facebook Page

The Department of Tourism on Tuesday warned hotels operating as quarantine facilities against accepting staycations after a flight attendant died in a Makati COVID-19 quarantine hotel during a party.

Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat said hotels cannot operate both as a quarantine facility and as a leisure establishment.

"You cannot mix quarantine and leisure," she told reportr in a text message. "Lives are on the line and our economic recovery depends on everybody being responsible."

With Metro Manila still under general community quarantine, Romulo-Puyat said there are only 15 hotels in the capital region allowed to accept staycations.

These are:

  • Grand Hyatt Hotel
  • Makati Shangri-La Hotel
  • Okada Manila Hotel
  • Shangri-La at the Fort
  • Nobu Hotel
  • Joy Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila 
  • EDSA Shangri-La Manila
  • Solaire Resort & Casino
  • Hyatt Regency City of Dreams
  • Nuwa Hotel City of Dreams
  • The Peninsula Manila
  • Aruga by Rockwell
  • Sheraton Manila Hotel
  • Hilton Manila
  • Hotel Okura Manila
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Hotels that are not part of the list cannot accept staycations and risk losing their accreditation. 

Asked what happens to hotels violating DOT policies, the tourism chief said: "We remove accreditation and so they cannot operate."


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