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Very good 7.1
Based on 599 reviews

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Very good

based on 599 reviews
  • Hotel Condition/Cleanliness 7.4
  • Facilities 6.2
  • Location 8.0
  • Room Comfort/Standard 6.9
  • Service 7.5
  • Value for Money 7.5
  • Food/Dining 5.4

Seung S. from South Korea
Solo travelers
Stayed one night in September 2013
The most aweful hotel ever
This hotel is really cheap and located near airport, but it is really aweful. I just visited there to transfer my airline for the next day. the shower room is outside and staffs are all bad because they never help to carry the luggage . I had two but nobody helped .
Reviewed May 18, 2014

Kevin C. from Philippines
Stayed one night in May 2014
Very close to the airport.
Location, access to airport
Other than the access to the airport i would not go back to this hotel. Rather stay in sogo.
Reviewed May 14, 2014

stuart G. from United Kingdom
Stayed one night in May 2014
DG Budget Hotel NAIA
airport access,
Terrible avoid this place if you need to sleep before your flight.wont be going back there.
Reviewed May 10, 2014

Sandrine P. from Belgium
Solo travelers
Stayed one night in May 2014
Clean, 5min from airport, safe, friendly staff
Perfect for a stop over and rest between 2 flights.
Pleasant for quick stopover .........................
Reviewed May 07, 2014

daisy L. from Philippines
Solo travelers
Stayed 2 nights in January 2014
Comfortable and accessible
Clean,near to the airport,near to shopping area
It was a nice place and safe dont have a hard time to commute because its accessible.
Reviewed May 06, 2014

Yong T. from Malaysia
Stayed 3 nights in April 2014
location good toilet need to share
cheap, friendly and good location
overall not bad
Reviewed April 26, 2014

Yun W. from China
Families with older children
Stayed 3 nights in April 2014
convenient, nice, noise
Reviewed April 25, 2014

Raphael E. from United States
Solo travelers
Stayed one night in March 2014
A modest budget hotel convenient to airport
location near airport, clean room, good wifi
DG Budget Hotel NAIA is a very modest budget option near terminal 1 of Manila International Airport (known as NAIA). It consists of a few air conditioned rooms, arranged along two corridors, and occupies part of the top floor of a 2-story commercial building. The lower floor is taken by a bank and a few stores. The room in which I stayed was small but modern and spotlessly clean. It did not have a window. The air condition unit worked well. The bed was OK - not saggy nor too hard. Toilets and bathroom, clean and with hot water, were outside. That was not a problem when I was there, but if the hotel is fully booked you may have to wait your turn to use them, especially in the morning. Security was good with a 24-hour a day receptionist on duty, a security guard and a card lock. There is a small shop to buy water and snacks, but no restaurant and no lobby. Good free WiFi connection, but no internet station. The neighborhood is unappealing, consisting mostly of a busy highway in front of the hotel. However, next door is a large duty free mall with a food court filled with many restaurants, mostly of Philippine food. It opens about 9AM. The hotel will call for a taxi to take you to the airport for a fixed rate of 200 peso (about $US 5). The hotel is a 5 minute taxi ride from Manila international Airport terminal 1 (where most international flights land). The yellow metered taxi picked up from the stand outside the arrival hall should cost about 50 pesos ($US1.5), but the taxi driver is sure to try and play games with you. Make sure that they turn the meter on, and that it displays the initial amount of 40 pesos or insist on getting off, which will be enough to convince them to do as you wish. Otherwise agree on a fixed amount beforehand, such as 100 or 150 pesos or be prepared to literally be taken for a ride.
Reviewed April 24, 2014

lace M. from Sweden
Stayed one night in April 2014
near to the airport
Reviewed April 20, 2014

Erik F. from Denmark
Solo travelers
Stayed one night in April 2014
Reviewed April 19, 2014