A short trip to Crown Towers in City of Dreams
Last January 2, we welcomed the year with a short trip to Crown Towers in City of Dreams with my relatives. Crown Tower Hotel is part of the City of Dreams building (besides Nobu Hotel and Hyatt Hotel). I checked the rates and I found out that this is the most expensive hotel among the three.
The security is tight, we bought some knives from SM MOA to bring home to the province and they confiscated it and just returned it when we checked out.
The lobby is huge and clean. What I like about it is that you cannot see the Casino area from there (unlike the one from Nobu), which makes them more kid-friendly.
That area at the back of this picture is where the Casino is located. It has a wall to cover the people playing inside.
This is what the published picture in their website looks like:
They said there are two queen size beds, but it felt like it’s just two double beds. As you can see, halos sakto lang sa’min ni Ren.
The bathroom is just okay, nothing special about it BESIDES the toiletries which are made in U.K – Penhaligon’s
If you want to check the prices of this product, visit their site here – www.penhaligons.com
It would be nice if they have a bathtub inside the bathroom or a lock on the sliding door. They don’t even have a bidet.
Another thing they differ from other hotel’s amenities is their coffee/coffee maker. Ang sosyal, may capsule!
- A 47” smart television with multi-channel satellite
- JBL docking station
- Complimentary high speed internet access
- Personal bar and refrigerator
- Coffee and tea making facilities
- Hair dryer
- Electronic safety locks
- In-room electronic safe
- Daily housekeeping and turn-down service
- Iron and ironing board
- 24/7 In-Room-Dining and Concierge service
- Provision for roll-away bed
- Complimentary welcome fruits
I like Crown Towers Pool. It is bigger than the one in Hyatt (which we were able to see because our room card was allowed to enter the other 2 hotel’s pool area).
My son had a quick dip here and he enjoyed it so much.
The greenery area between Nobu Hotel and Crown Towers is one of the area you need to visit if you’ll stay here because it is so picturesque.
Thank you to my cousin from Singapore who booked a room here and we were able to see what the place actually looks like. So, are we going back here? To be honest with the steep room price, I don’t think we will. I would like to visit other 5 star hotels na lang.
Published rate is around Php12,000 and up per night.
CROWN TOWERS City of Dreams Manila
ASEAN AVENUE CORNER ROXAS BOULEVARD,
ENTERTAINMENT CITY, PARAÑAQUE 1701,