Hotel Kimberly

Upscale, Welcoming Hotels in Manila and Tagaytay

Hotel Kimberly with Manila & Tagaytay LOGOHotel Kimberly offers world-class hotel services for travelers in the Philippines. The 100% Filipino family-owned hotel group operates a contemporary city hotel in metropolitan Manila and a luxury resort hotel in Tagaytay.

Managing Director Natalie Ng explains, “Hotel Kimberly Manila has 58 comfortable guestrooms and suites, some equipped with kitchens and separate living rooms. These are ideal for long-stay guests. The hotel’s amenities include meeting facilities, three function rooms which we can customize for all types of events, and complementary WiFi connections throughout the property.”  The hotel is ideally situated for both business and leisure visitors. Located close to Robinsons Place mall and the Light Rail Transit (LRT) station, as well as the US Embassy, guests are within easy travelling distance of a number of attractions and essential services.

Resort ideal for events and business meetings

Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay, with 50 luxurious air-conditioned guestrooms, is set on two hectares of gardens, 40 minutes drive from Manila in the fresh mountain air of the highland area. The hotel is close to the numerous tourist attractions of the area, including the Taal Volcano, the President Museum and Lourdes Church.

Hotel Kimberly Tagaytay features separate swimming pools for adults and children, WiFi connections, a business center, massage services, an outdoor sports area and obstacle course for team-building events, and a mini-farm with a vegetable garden. The resort also includes a wide choice of facilities for events and corporate retreats.

At both Kimberly Hotels, service makes the difference. Ms. Ng says, “The service and hospitality of Filipino culture allows us to keep a smile on our guests’ faces. Our hospitality comes from the heart. We also focus on details and on ensuring the cleanliness of our extremely spacious rooms. Kimberly Hotels exceed expectations and always offer a personal touch.”

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