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  1. #3427
    Quote Originally Posted by Dazhiba  [View Original Post]
    Avoid Manila airport because they will plant shit on you and demand brides?
    Manila Airport demanding brides?

    More likely the 'first timers' going there in the hope of finding one.

    Complete bullshit I say.

    On my last six visits post covid, I've collected my luggage and next thing you know, I'm outside facing the familiar chant of "Taxi Sir?

    Not once have I been stopped by customs, or have actually had to deal with them, which I find quite strange every time, yet very convenient after a long flight. Phil.

  2. #3426
    Quote Originally Posted by Dazhiba  [View Original Post]
    I was told by a guy married to a Filipina and is retired military to avoid Manila airport because they will plant shit on you? He is a regular traveler so I have to believe him.
    No. The old tanim-bala trick. See link below. A scam finished years before covid, and well-documented in the media and discussed on this board. Some RTTF, Google, or a simple board search. Your retired regular traveling military guy is 'crackin'.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninoy_...anting_scandal

    Quote Originally Posted by Dazhiba  [View Original Post]
    and demand brides
    Really!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dazhiba  [View Original Post]
    Where do I look for intel on ladies in Cebu? Thanks.
    2019.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dazhiba  [View Original Post]
    Thinking about a trip there in a few weeks. What, if any, are the restrictions or mask requirements? I have heard different things. TIA.
    2022.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dazhiba  [View Original Post]
    Thanks gents, I'll be posting here soon.
    2022. So many questions; not a single solid Phils field report from his trips after requesting intel. He is trying to not overwhelm us with Cebu info. Good chap.

  3. #3425
    Quote Originally Posted by Dazhiba  [View Original Post]
    I was told by a guy married to a Filipina and is retired military to avoid Manila airport because they will plant shit on you and demand brides? He is a regular traveler so I have to believe him.

    Be careful bro!
    Still waiting for your trip (s) reports from 2022.

    You have no choice but to believe him.

  4. #3424

    Manila airport

    I was told by a guy married to a Filipina and is retired military to avoid Manila airport because they will plant shit on you and demand brides? He is a regular traveler so I have to believe him.

    Be careful bro!

    Quote Originally Posted by Pekkakoo  [View Original Post]
    I'm coming for 3 weeks to Philippines in June and landing of course in Manila first. Depending who I am meeting maybe also going to Cebu, Davao, Bohol, Tacloban etc. For at least a week or maybe even two. Or might just end up staying in Manila like I did last year. Last year I booked a cheap AirBnb close to BGC but not really in BGC so it was quite cheap but the building was old with some rats at the pool and cockroaches in the room sometimes. Now I was thinking to rent a bit better place so maybe it wouldn't make sense to reserve for 3 weeks and end up leaving for a week or something. What would you suggest? Renting an AirBNB for the first week and then see what happens? If stay more in Manila maybe go for a cheap hotel then? If AirBNB have slim pickings on sush a short notice? Or book many AirBNBs before with a cancel option? Also it is a bit difficult to find an AirBNB with "good" security policy. Some Makati condos I have asked even don't allow visitors at all and only registered guests can enter the condo unit. Other one had a policy that no overnight guests are allowed. In some place it was possible if send a copy of guest's ID 24 hours before her stay, which might also be difficult to arrange. Is there any Makati / Bgc / Poblacion etc. Condo with less security? Like the last place I stayed in (Ridwegood towers) the guard was there downstairs looked at me but never asked a question no matter with whom I walked to the elevators. I'm looking for possibly max $40-50 a night maybe close to Greenbelt or Poblacion maybe even Mandalyong.

  5. #3423
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    In these days of smart keys, more and more times a guest cannot even access the lift, let alone rooms, even if the resident prefers it.

    The OP need not worry about staff attitudes. It's hardly the first time they have seen a hot 19 yo arrive to visit her "uncle". She's probably chatting to security because she has been so many times that she knows their kids' favourite subjects at school.

    G.
    Hi G, completely agree. They've all seen it before. Some of the best talent I've found has been via chatting to hotel employees or security. They're obviously going to get a cut out of it, the girl's happy and so am I. Everyone wins Phil.

  6. #3422
    Quote Originally Posted by Pekkakoo  [View Original Post]
    I'm looking for possibly max $40-50 a night maybe close to Greenbelt or Poblacion maybe even Mandalyong.
    Makati / Burgos: Gramercy, Milano, Knightsbridge, Y2 residences near Burgos.

    Makati / Burgos hotels St Giles and City Garden (not to be confused with the City Garden Grand just across the street, which is in a higher price range).

    Malate: Birch Tower, Malate Bayview Mansion, Adriatico Place, Robinson's Place residences.

    All residences available thru airbnb.

  7. #3421
    Quote Originally Posted by Pekkakoo  [View Original Post]
    I'm coming for 3 weeks to Philippines in June and landing of course in Manila first. Depending who I am meeting maybe also going to Cebu, Davao, Bohol, Tacloban etc. For at least a week or maybe even two. Or might just end up staying in Manila like I did last year. Last year I booked a cheap AirBnb close to BGC but not really in BGC so it was quite cheap but the building was old with some rats at the pool and cockroaches in the room sometimes. Now I was thinking to rent a bit better place so maybe it wouldn't make sense to reserve for 3 weeks and end up leaving for a week or something. What would you suggest? I'm looking for possibly max $40-50 a night maybe close to Greenbelt or Poblacion maybe even Mandalyong.
    Gramercy Residences near P. Burgos is in that price range. I didn't see any rats there last year, but there were some roaches but not too bad.
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  8. #3420
    Quote Originally Posted by Pekkakoo  [View Original Post]
    I'm coming for 3 weeks to Philippines in June and landing of course in Manila first. Depending who I am meeting maybe also going to Cebu, Davao, Bohol, Tacloban etc. For at least a week or maybe even two. Or might just end up staying in Manila like I did last year. Last year I booked a cheap AirBnb close to BGC but not really in BGC so it was quite cheap but the building was old with some rats at the pool and cockroaches in the room sometimes. Now I was thinking to rent a bit better place so maybe it wouldn't make sense to reserve for 3 weeks and end up leaving for a week or something. What would you suggest? Renting an AirBNB for the first week and then see what happens? If stay more in Manila maybe go for a cheap hotel then? If AirBNB have slim pickings on sush a short notice? Or book many AirBNBs before with a cancel option? Also it is a bit difficult to find an AirBNB with "good" security policy. Some Makati condos I have asked even don't allow visitors at all and only registered guests can enter the condo unit. Other one had a policy that no overnight guests are allowed. In some place it was possible if send a copy of guest's ID 24 hours before her stay, which might also be difficult to arrange. Is there any Makati / Bgc / Poblacion etc. Condo with less security? Like the last place I stayed in (Ridwegood towers) the guard was there downstairs looked at me but never asked a question no matter with whom I walked to the elevators. I'm looking for possibly max $40-50 a night maybe close to Greenbelt or Poblacion maybe even Mandalyong.
    I have been staying in Malate. 35 m2 studio for $A50, nice room washing machine, netflix, cooking, daily cleaning nice building close to amenities. Cancellation policy of full refund if cancelled within a day or two of stay. I just book 3 x 1 week lots.

  9. #3419
    I'm coming for 3 weeks to Philippines in June and landing of course in Manila first. Depending who I am meeting maybe also going to Cebu, Davao, Bohol, Tacloban etc. For at least a week or maybe even two. Or might just end up staying in Manila like I did last year. Last year I booked a cheap AirBnb close to BGC but not really in BGC so it was quite cheap but the building was old with some rats at the pool and cockroaches in the room sometimes. Now I was thinking to rent a bit better place so maybe it wouldn't make sense to reserve for 3 weeks and end up leaving for a week or something. What would you suggest? Renting an AirBNB for the first week and then see what happens? If stay more in Manila maybe go for a cheap hotel then? If AirBNB have slim pickings on sush a short notice? Or book many AirBNBs before with a cancel option? Also it is a bit difficult to find an AirBNB with "good" security policy. Some Makati condos I have asked even don't allow visitors at all and only registered guests can enter the condo unit. Other one had a policy that no overnight guests are allowed. In some place it was possible if send a copy of guest's ID 24 hours before her stay, which might also be difficult to arrange. Is there any Makati / Bgc / Poblacion etc. Condo with less security? Like the last place I stayed in (Ridwegood towers) the guard was there downstairs looked at me but never asked a question no matter with whom I walked to the elevators. I'm looking for possibly max $40-50 a night maybe close to Greenbelt or Poblacion maybe even Mandalyong.

  10. #3418
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    You are describing the 'walk of shame', which is SOP in most of Phils. Having the girl sign in and surrender her ID at the front desk or guard station (door) is also SOP (it protects both you and the hotel). On her departure, the same procedure. If you are not present with the girl, they must call your room to OK her departure (their concern is that the girl has stolen something from you, and they need your approval for her departure). Some hotels and residences (condos) don't have a phone in the room, so you must either escort the girl out, or if you don't escort her, then you are indemnifying the hotel / residence for any wrong-doing on the part of the girl (ie, stealing your stuff).
    In these days of smart keys, more and more times a guest cannot even access the lift, let alone rooms, even if the resident prefers it.

    The OP need not worry about staff attitudes. It's hardly the first time they have seen a hot 19 yo arrive to visit her "uncle". She's probably chatting to security because she has been so many times that she knows their kids' favourite subjects at school. 😁.

    G.

  11. #3417
    Quote Originally Posted by Facebook2  [View Original Post]
    Looking for a 4-5 star hotel with a discreet guest sign-in process.

    I stayed a 5 star hotel in Bangkok and when I had a girl coming, all I had to do was call to tell the front desk that I'm expecting a visitor and tell the girl a name and room number. When she arrived, the front desk would call and confirm then send her up to my room with no problem.

    When I stayed in Manila last week, I had to come downstairs and awkwardly stand outside with her as she girl fills out a form with security guard before she can step foot into the hotel. Then I had to personally escort her to my room. I can feel everyone staring at me. The guards even make small talk with the girls and I'm afraid of them saying too much. One of the girls I signed in worked at the local mall but the night before I had an escort over. I don't want her know what I've been up to. She became my regular for the remainder of my trip but I was worried they would eventually tell her I've had other 3 girls over before her.

    Plus its awkward having to see the same guards every day when I leave / exit the building because they seem to be amused at my night time visitors.

    Are there any hotels in Manila with a similar process as what I had in Bangkok? Where the girl registers and escorts herself without my physical presence?
    You are describing the 'walk of shame', which is SOP in most of Phils. Having the girl sign in and surrender her ID at the front desk or guard station (door) is also SOP (it protects both you and the hotel). On her departure, the same procedure. If you are not present with the girl, they must call your room to OK her departure (their concern is that the girl has stolen something from you, and they need your approval for her departure). Some hotels and residences (condos) don't have a phone in the room, so you must either escort the girl out, or if you don't escort her, then you are indemnifying the hotel / residence for any wrong-doing on the part of the girl (ie, stealing your stuff).

    The Bel-Air Soho in Makati (a block from Burgos St) allows easy entry / exit from the girl, as there is no phone in your room to call you, and you don't need to be present. However if you get drugged by the girl or she steals your stuff, they will not help you with your situation if you don't escort her out. Also the BA Soho is a lower-end, older residence.

    Previous reports here of the City Garden Grand hotel in Makati also describe easy girlie access to your floor and room. RTTF the Makati thread.

  12. #3416

    4-5 star hotels with Discreet guest sign-in?

    Looking for a 4-5 star hotel with a discreet guest sign-in process.

    I stayed a 5 star hotel in Bangkok and when I had a girl coming, all I had to do was call to tell the front desk that I'm expecting a visitor and tell the girl a name and room number. When she arrived, the front desk would call and confirm then send her up to my room with no problem.

    When I stayed in Manila last week, I had to come downstairs and awkwardly stand outside with her as she girl fills out a form with security guard before she can step foot into the hotel. Then I had to personally escort her to my room. I can feel everyone staring at me. The guards even make small talk with the girls and I'm afraid of them saying too much. One of the girls I signed in worked at the local mall but the night before I had an escort over. I don't want her know what I've been up to. She became my regular for the remainder of my trip but I was worried they would eventually tell her I've had other 3 girls over before her.

    Plus its awkward having to see the same guards every day when I leave / exit the building because they seem to be amused at my night time visitors.

    Are there any hotels in Manila with a similar process as what I had in Bangkok? Where the girl registers and escorts herself without my physical presence?

  13. #3415
    Quote Originally Posted by Gratass65  [View Original Post]
    Hi.

    I need an advice.

    My first trip to Manila and there have been booked hotel for me. City Garden Suites, Ermita.

    I want a good hotel with quiet room, good aircon, safe at the room. And according to the web all this is ok.

    But what about the possibility to bring in ladies without problems for ST or LT? I always book the room for 2 person although I travel alone.
    The last 3 trips I've stayed at Red Planet / Manila Bay (across from the US Embassy) reserving a bayside room for maybe a little less than CGS. It has everything you require plus is very girl friendly with the only requirement that the girl have ID; plus, the room has a great view.
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  14. #3414
    Quote Originally Posted by Gratass65  [View Original Post]
    Hi.

    I need an advice.

    My first trip to Manila and there have been booked hotel for me. City Garden Suites, Ermita.

    I want a good hotel with quiet room, good aircon, safe at the room. And according to the web all this is ok.

    But what about the possibility to bring in ladies without problems for ST or LT? I always book the room for 2 person although I travel alone.
    This was my regular stay when I was going to Manila regularly. Sadly, this ended with Covid, so information might be dated.

    I was always happy with the hotel, although your standards might differ, and I don't recall any issues with noise. Safe in room, and aircon worked, although key-card for room had to be inserted in a slot to turn on electricity (lights, TV, AC etc.) No problems about guests ST or LT. I used to regularly see an Arab businessman who had a mamasan deliver a choice to the lobby. I also took a girl from G-Point bar into the Jollibee's opposite, and we were both called out to by the bartender!!

  15. #3413

    City Garden suites

    Hi.

    I need an advice.

    My first trip to Manila and there have been booked hotel for me. City Garden Suites, Ermita.

    I want a good hotel with quiet room, good aircon, safe at the room. And according to the web all this is ok.

    But what about the possibility to bring in ladies without problems for ST or LT? I always book the room for 2 person although I travel alone.

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