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Greenhills Elan Hotel Modern in San Juan City, Metro Manila, Philippines is truly a destination for remarkable holiday encounters. This accommodation — which is the first to rise in Greenhills — promises any business and leisure tourist a more fulfilling trip to the renowned shopping district in the country’s capital.
Come home to living spaces that will cradle you in total comfort with a tranquil, homey atmosphere. Feel free to unwind and let go as we enrich your stay with essential room amenities, top-notch facilities, helpful services, and rewarding accommodation packages. Whether you’re here for a night or the whole week, we promise to give you an experience you will never regret having.
Towering over San Juan, Ortigas, and New Manila, our San Juan City hotel enjoys an address that’s near popular city attractions, including Greenhills Shopping Center, Robinsons Galleria, SM Megamall, Shangri-La Plaza Mall, and Wack-Wack Golf & Country Club. And aside from bringing you close to every place you’d want to be at during your vacation, Greenhills Elan Hotel Modern also offers a panoramic view of the city’s skyline.
Strategically located approximately 5 minutes from the famous Greenhills Shopping Center, our hotel in San Juan City, Metro Manila is a great destination for leisure tourists as well as business travelers. Our address is also only about 20 minutes from the airport, and we provide pick-up services upon request.
Our Greenhills accommodation is just a few minutes from the prime corporate and commercial hubs in Makati’s Central Business District and Pasig’s Ortigas Center. Greenhills Elan Hotel Modern’s location is, in fact, in the center of the country’s capital, near historical sites, major cities, and other popular tourist destinations:
- Golf courses – Wack-Wack Golf & Country Club, Emilio Aguinaldo Golf Course
- Entertainment venues – Club Filipino, Music Museum, Tanghalan ng Masa, The Arena
- Pinaglabanan Shrine, Santuario de Santo Cristo
- Katipunan Museum
Moreover, from our hotel in San Juan City, Metro Manila top shopping and dining spots, like Robinsons Galleria, SM Megamall, and Shangri-La Plaza are easily accessible.
|ROOM CATEGORY||DAILY ROOM RATES|
|SUPERIOR ROOM||PHP 4,752|
|DELUXE ROOM||PHP 4,908|
|SUPERIOR DELUXE ROOM||PHP 5,011|
|EXECUTIVE SUITE||PHP 5,890|
|SUPERIOR EXECUTIVE SUITE||PHP 6,407|
|ONE BEDROOM SUITE||PHP 7,441|
|TWO BEDROOM SUITE||PHP 9,147|
|THREE BEDROOM SUITE||PHP 15,532|
• All rates are inclusive of daily buffet breakfast for all adults listed under room capacity (Breakfast for children is not included)
• Complimentary WI-FI Access
• Complimentary Bottled water everyday
• Daily Newspaper
• Use of Hotel Facilities such as Swimming Pool, Gym, Outdoor Jacuzzi & Billiard
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
- Extra Person:
- PHP 1,260 per person (bed and breakfast)
- PHP 1,050 per person (bed only)
- Child Policy: Children ages 11 years old below (maximum of 2 children) are free of charge as long as sharing of bed with parents. Otherwise, charge of extra person will be applied.
- Surcharge amounting to PHP 500/room/night shall be applied during December 31st check-in.
- Hotel may require an security/incidental deposit or credit card imprint upon check-in.
- Standard check-in time is at 2PM.
- Standard check-out time is at 12NN.
- Rooms are quoted on a per room per night basis.
- All rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
- All rates are applicable to single or double occupancy and bed preference are subject to availability.
- All rates are subject to change without prior notice.
- Validity: January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019
The government carved out land from the neighboring towns of Balintawak, San Francisco Del Monte and Novaliches to create what is now Quezon City. Under former President Manuel L. Quezon, it was envisioned as a new capital of the Philippines and was capital from 1948-1976.
Perhaps the most striking feature of the city though is an homage to the man who conceived the city, Manuel L. Quezon. The Quezon Memorial Circle is a 27-hectare park with a marble mausoleum and a 217-foot shrine that juts out to the sky.
Tomas Morato and Timog Avenue are the places to be seen, with the hottest dining and night spots. Late nights here reach way into the early morning, and bars are open pretty much until you close it down. Near two of the country’s largest television stations, GMA and ABS-CBN, star sightings are the norm. You might even rub shoulders with one of our famed artistas.
Many of the important government bodies and agencies are here including the House of Representatives in the Batasang Pambansa Complex.
And to observe these celebrities and starlets in action, watch a show, concert or basketball game in Araneta Coliseum. The world’s largest covered dome when it was built in the sixties, this Coliseum is perhaps most famous for “Thrilla in Manila,” the fight between Muhammad Ali and Joe Fraser.
By far, Quezon City has the largest population in the Metro. At 2.7 million and counting, the city needs lots of resources. The La Mesa Ecopark provides the water needs not only to the residents but also to the rest of the megalopolis. And it’s also an eco-park for hikers, team building activities, and those who just want to get away.
Although Quezon City has not been the capital for the last 30 years, it sure still seems like it.