Hotels in Airport / Pasay are more affordable than in Makati City, but guests enjoy comparable levels of service and amenities. This is a convenient place to be based for anyone arriving on a late flight. The area is also convenient for those who need to make quick exit early in the morning.
Pasay City is one of the satellite communities that make up Metro Manila, and it attracts locals and tourists with a set of shops, restaurants and bars. Roxas Boulevard is the main thoroughfare through commercial Pasay. It follows Manila Bay and hosts a variety of restaurants and shopping centers along with prominent hotels in Pasay.
South of Pasig City is Ninoy Aquino International Airport. It handles more than 24 million passengers each year across three terminals. Flights connect all over Asia, with selected routes to Europe, North America and Australia. Accommodation near the airport serves short-term visitors and business travelers who prefer to be as close to the departure gates as possible. The domestic terminal is separate from the international terminal, and each of these buildings has its own airport hotel.
Jeepneys and buses ply routes that connect to the airport, but the most convenient way of getting from the terminal to an area hotel is by taxi. The rates are fixed and passengers pay in advance at a kiosk in the arrivals area.