This hotel is supposedly fairly new and seems to be part of a multi phase condo or hotel complex. Unfortunately, we have stayed at much better hotels with better service and facilities and they were much older. They were nice enough to hold our luggage since we arrived a little early. It all went downhill from there. Upon entering our room, it stank of sewer and I eventually called the front desk to inform them. They said they would send someone up but no one ever came so instead, we ended up buying a room freshener. That helped some. The marbled wall alongside the TV was nice except that the cutout for the outlet was too big and so there was a hole alongside it next to the wall. The room itself was fairly large in that there was a lot of room between the foot of the bed to the wall so you could open your suitcases. The bathroom (the source of the foul stench) was adequate until I saw the shower curtain. It had two rings and part of a third holding it onto the curtain rod. You can tell that housekeeping didn’t do anything as far as checking this bathroom. The right side elevator was not always able to recall and the hotel key reader inside didn’t work so anyone could go up. Best part about the whole stay? The price. Less than $50. However, I paid less than $70 at an older hotel in Mandaluyong for a suite with over 900 square feet that was better kept. Will not recommend this hotel unless price is all that matters.