Palm Plaza Hotel is conveniently located at the heart of Manila; ideal for tourists and particularly traveling businessmen who follow a tight schedule. It is walking distance to some of the choicest restaurants and entertainment spots in the city. Perfectly near to shopping malls, financial centers, golf courses, historical landmarks, parks and specialty restaurants. It was a few minutes away from major convention centers, business district, the Manila Domestic and International airports, as well as the country's major seaport.
The operating Philosophy of Palm Plaza management is “value for money,” in cognizance of the worldwide economic conditions that remains to be a critical concern of tourists and travelers, both local and foreign.
As it promises to offer tourists and foreign and local travelers the best service and accommodations there is, the Palm Plaza Hotel introduces the concept of “business boutique hotels.” With this positioning, the hotel aims to earn the distinction of becoming the city’s premier business boutique hotel.
Palm Plaza Hotel is just across Robinson's Place Manila shopping mall, a 5-minute walk from Pedro Gil - LRT Station and a 3-minute walk from Manila Bay. Also, it is just a 10-minute walk from the US Embassy and 20-minute drive from Manila Domestic and International Airports.
The hotel is closely located in-front of newly-opened McDonald’s Store and nearby 7eleven convenience stores. It is also close to Bars and Music Lounges where tourists and locals unwind at night. It is not so far from the famous SM Mall of Asia, SMX Convention Center, The Arena Entertainment Coliseum, as well as the country’s major seaport and well-known landmarks like the Intramuros, Rizal Park (also known as Luneta Park), Manila Ocean Park and Club Intramuros Golf Course (commonly known as Muni Day and Night Golf Course) and many other landmarks.
It is located strategically in Manila’s tourist belt to cater the need for both leisure and business travelers.
The name Palm Plaza Hotel was coined after the historical event when Magellan and his men discovered islands in the Pacific, for purposes of identification, referred to them as “Las Islas de las Palmas” which was later named after King Philip of Spain.
There is an abundance of palm trees or coconut in the Philippine landscape. In many Filipino homes, the palm lends a calm, refreshing, welcoming presence as it stands out among other ornamental plants. In traditional town fiestas and on Palm Sunday, the palm is used in festive arches and in other ornamental designs as it evokes the characteristic festive Filipino spirit similar to Palm Plaza extending festive welcome to its valued guests.
The Palm Plaza Hotel in the city’s bustling tourist belt area was formally inaugurated on February 5, 1994, with former Vice- President Joseph Estrada and Tourism Undersecretary Evelyn Pantig as guests of honor. Palm Plaza Hotel is a 10-story building with 135 the newest addition to the roster of major hotel in Manila and located in the corner of M. Adriatico and Pedro Gil Streets in Malate, Manila. It has LILLI Coffee & Bar restaurant that caters to Filipino and International cuisine. Currently, numerous number of dedicated, competent and service-oriented employees serve Palm Plaza Hotel guests maintaining international quality service standard.
MISSION & VISION
To BE the leader among the 3-star hotels maintaining international quality service standards delivered by dedicated, competent, and service-oriented team members and creating customer loyalty.
TO PROVIDE opportunities for career advancement, growth, and development for its team members; making them the best in hotel industry.
TO FOSTER an atmosphere of cooperation, trust, and concern between and among team members as one family by treating each other with care, courtesy, and respect.