There's one hotel at the airport, the Manila Airport Hotel (Tel. +63(0)2 854 7549). The Marriott Hotel Manila Airport (Tel. +63(0)2 988 9999) lies nearby Terminal 3. Other hotels nearby the airport include Maxim's Hotel (Tel. +63(0)2 836 6000), Heritage Hotel (Tel. +63(0)2 854 8888) and Dusit Thani Manila (Tel. +63(0) 867 3333). For more hotels and to book online, you can go to Booking.com. They offer a large range of hotels, at competitive internet rates.
Shops and restaurants
All terminals offer many eating and drinking facilities, but the selection in the new Terminal 3 is probably most extensive: restaurants (including a Japanese specialty restaurant), branches of fast-food chains, ice-cream parlors and bakeries. The range of shops is reasonable, but definitely not overwhelming.
There are no possibilities to store your baggage at Manila Airport. There is however a lost-and-found desk in the Departure Hall of Terminal 1, which can be reached via the general telephone number +63(0)2 877 1109, extension 3654.
In all terminals you'll find information desks for inquiries about Manila Airport, flight schedules and airport services. There are also airport employees around.
The VIP Lounge (Tel. +63(2) 853-5998) offers basic facilities such as faxing and copying. The Manila Airport Hotel offers more extensive business facilities, while the Marriott has meeting and conference rooms available which can accommodate a maximum of 850 people (see Hotels).
Manila Airport has excellent accessibility for the disabled. There are wheelchair ramps, adapted elevators and toilets, and also low-hanging telephones. For assistance you can call +63(0)2 877 1111.
You'll find banks, exchange offices and ATM's scattered around the terminals. There are also two post offices, baby rooms, silence rooms, showers, children's playgrounds, massage parlors, a hairdresser and a sauna. The medical service (Tel. +63(0)2 8771 2096) is housed in the basement of the central hall of Terminal 2, the so-called Rotunda.