Dusit Thani Manila
Dusit Thani Manila in 2017
Dusit Thani Manila is located in Philippines
Dusit Thani Manila
Dusit Thani Manila
Location within Philippines
Former names
  • Manila Garden Hotel
  • Dusit Hotel Nikko Manila
General information
Location1223 Epifanio de los Santos Ave, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines
Coordinates14°32′54″N 121°1′34″E / 14.54833°N 121.02611°E / 14.54833; 121.02611
Completed1976; 48 years ago (1976)
Renovated2017
ManagementDusit International
Technical details
Floor count16
Floor area2,500 m2 (27,000 sq ft)
Other information
Number of rooms538

The Dusit Thani Manila is a hotel in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. The hotel has a total square meters of 2,500 square meters (27,000 sq ft)[1] and 538 rooms spread across 16 floors.[2]

History

Dusit Thani Manila opened as the Manila Garden Hotel with 511 rooms and was among the hotels which opened in Metro Manila in the 1970s in the lead up to the metropolis' hosting of the 1976 International Monetary FundWorld Bank.[3] The hotel building was completed in 1976. The hotel is positioned directly in the center of Makati.[4] It has a unique design and is shaped like a "Y". The hotel has been compared to the Disney Contemporary Resort in Orlando, Florida for having a similar facade. They are well known in Manila for their cuisine and Filipino dishes.[5]

The hotel which was formerly known as the Dusit Hotel Nikko Manila used to be co-operated by Hotel Nikko.[6][7]

Awards

See also

References

  1. ^ "Dusit Thani Manila". Cvent Supplier Network. Retrieved October 11, 2022.
  2. ^ "DUSIT THANI MANILA". Five Star Alliance. Retrieved October 11, 2022.
  3. ^ Alcazaren, Paulo. "Banking on hotels". The Philippine Star.
  4. ^ Delos Reyes, Ramil (August 13, 2015). "Dusit Thani Manila". Pinas Muna. Retrieved October 11, 2022.
  5. ^ Cu Unjieng, Philip (June 14, 2022). "A taste of Dusit Thani". The Manila Times. Retrieved October 11, 2022.
  6. ^ "Hotel Nikko returns to the Philippines". ABS-CBN News. October 13, 2008. Retrieved October 13, 2022.
  7. ^ Cortes, Joseph (October 30, 2003). "Freshly brewed beer, gourmet Pinoy treats at Fiesta San Miguel". The Philippine Star. Retrieved October 13, 2022.