So, my brother called me up one night and told me that we will be staying in Nobu Hotel for a night. Stunned of course, I asked why? He just said “Basta! Everything is paid for, and I also made reservations for The Cafe.” Who could honestly say no to that logic, right? 🙂
On Palm Sunday, the entire family checked in to Nobu Hotel. We were checked in a little late, due to high volume of people checking in and out of the hotel. It did not bother me at all, ’cause it gave me chance to wander and look around the place.
Around 30 minutes of waiting, we were already checked in. We got out key cards, our luggage on the way to our rooms. As for us, very ready to be tucked in our beds. 🙂
It was very exhausting for all of us that day. My younger sister just came from Manila Hotel with dad to receive recognition, the rest of us just attended a birthday party, and earlier that day everyone woke up early to attend worship service. Thankfully, Nobu Hotel provided comfy beds. Not to mention, rooms are equipped with 24-hour Wi-Fi access, and water bottles are basically everywhere for free consumption.
If you have traveled with me, or grew up with me. You would know how important water is for me. A 2-liter water bottle is usually the bulk of my back pack, and I would not mind spending no matter how much just to get my hands on clean water. So having free water everywhere is a super plus for me. 🙂
I shared the room with my younger sister. Of course, we hoarded the snack pile. ;p While, everyone else was “busy” sleeping. We were way too “busy” stuffing ourselves with goodies I got from The Gourmand Market.
Because we have a baby with us, we can’t or he can’t enter the casino areas. This prompted us to climb up and down several elevators from different towers just to go from one place to another. Each time we do that, we would pass by the lovely pool deck.
The egg-shaped dome houses two of City of Dreams clubs, Pangaea and Chaos. I’m an old-geezer who doesn’t do clubbing anymore, the egg-shaped dome reminds me of Manila Bay sunset, which I would choose over deafening myself in a bar at any day. ;p
Disclaimer: My brother fully paid for everything. Everything written here is entirely based on my own opinion, my own biases, and my own insights.
Asean Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard, Entertainment City, Parañaque, Manila, Philippines
Contact Number: +63 2 800 8080
Budget: P9,000 for a Deluxe Room, inclusive of breakfast buffet in Nobu Restaurant
Payment: Cash and Card
We had a very memorable stay in Nobu, staffs were really attentive, courteous, and polite. Rooms were clean, well equipped, bed was comfortable. I’ll make a separate post regarding food, but let me just say it now that food was really good.
5 thoughts on “City of Dreams Manila, Nobu Hotel”
Nice article!!! Aren’t we all proud to finally have a place like City of Dreams in the Philippines? I love that place because of the many choices of restos to eat in. Speaking of Nobu – it was a great experience for me. I tried it twice already, the first time we had the omakaze chef’s choice. It was a beautiful experience up to the dessert! But too filling – but not complaining though… :)For our second visit we tried to order several dishes just to try the others, and our friends also enjoyed the food. The interiods is very interesting as well… 🙂
I have yet to try Nobu’s Omakase, hoping to try that within the year. Still a toss up between trying the Omakase or Nobu’s Signature. I’ve only tried the Black Cod with Habanero Miso Glaze, which I personally think is heavenly!!! :)) Stay safe in Milan!!! God speed :))
nice post. great photos! btw, do they also serve tempura when u had your breakfast buffet?
tempura… i actually forgot… but i think they dont else i would have hoarded once again… :))
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