Nobu Hotel is one of the three hotels at City of Dreams Manila, which is located at the Entertainment City in Parañaque City. The property is inspired by the well-known Japanese culinary icon Chef Nobu Matsuhisa with Academy award-winning actor Robert De Niro and Hollywood producer Meir Teper as the chef’s equally world-famous partners.
The 321-room trendsetting boutique hotel aims to deliver an exhilarating, celebrity-inspired and “fun-luxury” experience for their guests. The hotel’s signature look is found in its modern, Japanese-inspired interiors designed by the internationally-acclaimed Rockwell Group that also shaped the look and ambiance of Nobu restaurants all over the world.
The 321 rooms and suites are all fabulously designed with personalized service and amenities in order to create unforgettable experiences for all travelers who walk in. Room facilities unclude complimentary WiFi, safety deposit box, JBL docking stations and even Simmons pillowtop mattresses. Upon check-in, guests are given a cup of Ikaati Tea, which is a premium handcrafted tea from one of the famous tea gardens in the world.
Location, easiest way to get there
Address: Asean Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard, Entertainment City, Parañaque City
The five-star property has a very close proximity to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, accessible via NAIA Road towards Roxas Boulevard. Travelers can easily get a cab from the airport to get to the hotel. To make it more convenient for guests, City of Dreams has a scheduled shuttle service. The pick-up and drop off points are in key locations and well-known malls such as SM Mall of Asia, SM Megamall, SM Cubao, and SM Paranaque.
What makes this hotel stand out
Nobu Hotel Manila takes pride in Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s culinary talent and skills. Hotel guests will be able to taste and enjoy his signature contemporary and artistic Japanese and South American (Peruvian) fusion cuisine.
The fine dining area has 355 seats that includes two private dining rooms, a sushi bar, floating water cabanas, two Teppanyaki tables and a Chef’s Table. The menu consists of Japanese cuisine infused with influences of Chef Nobu’s travels through North and South America. Signature dishes include Toro Tartar with Caviar, Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeño, Whitefish Tiradito Style, Salmon New Style, Rock Shrimp Tempura with Ponzu or Creamy Spicy Sauce, and Squid Pasta with Garlic Sauce.
For travelers who want to relax and unwind after exploring the city of Manila, Nobu Hotel Manila is also known for its signature treatments in their spa. Nobu Rakuen is an Asian-inspired fused massage with relaxing scents of essential oils to soothe away stress, then a rejuvenating hand and foot massage to awaken your body’s energy flow. To finish the treatment, a relaxing head and face massage completes this exclusive and luxurious spa package.
But those seeking for a locally inspired treatment may opt for Juan’s Hilot Pride, a therapeutic full-body massage that soothes overworked and tired muscles, helping to unwind the senses. For the sportier types, the property has a 23.2-meter long swimming pool that’s ideal for doing laps.
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What guests are saying
As of May 2016 Nobu Hotel at City of Dreams Manila enjoys an “Excellent 8.6” rating
“Wonderful place. The best experience I ever had in my life.”
—Traveler from Australia, May 2016
“We had an overall great experience, perfect for families needing quality time away from the city. Excellent amenities (from the pool, restaurant and access to City of Dreams) and room features (toilet/bath, iphone dock/speakers, room size and bed). Will definitely go back when we need a quick staycation!”
—Traveler from The Philippines, April 2016
“Been a second time around this Nobu Hotel. Place is very accessible to SM MOA with coaster bus going there and from. Room is very clean, nice and big with comfortable beds. Staff and receptionist are very friendly and accommodating. Nice pool. Relaxing place to stay.”
—Traveler from The Philippines, March 2016