City of Dreams Manila
City of Dreams Manila

What to Do and See in the City of Dreams Manila

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Located in Parañaque City, the City of Dreams Manila is fast becoming a favorite destination in the country when it comes to gaming and entertainment, world-class dining, and fantastic hotels.

The billion-dollar resort spans about 6.2 hectares and offers a wide array of interesting establishments for the general public. Visitors looking for an unforgettable fine dining experience, a luxurious accommodation, or some quality fun time with families and friends will realize that City of Dreams definitely has it all.

City of Dream Manila is probably one of the greatest that happened in the gaming industry. We haven’t heard a news of an online casino lately that would beat its offers.

City of Dreams Manila
City of Dreams Manila

The Three Opulent Hotels

There are three major opulent accommodation options to choose from in the complex. The Hyatt is a massive hotel with 365 rooms. Visitors are treated to modern amenities that ensure utmost comfort. Hyatt also boasts the popular Franck Provost Hair Salon to pamper their discriminating guests.

The Nobu Hotel, on the other hand, is a Japanese-themed hotel that features low ceilings and calligraphy arts. The famed Nobu restaurant is housed in the Nobu Hotel grounds.

Finally, there’s the Crown Tower Hotel which offers a diverse array of accommodation choices such as large suites and villas. They also offer spa services which is perfect for unwinding after a long, busy day.

Amazing Restaurants

Those who love scrumptious European dishes will surely like the Tasting Room. Red Ginger is for those who crave for Southeast Asian food.

Breezes is recommended for those who are looking forward to enjoy different kids cigars and alcoholic drinks. As the name implies, Noodl8 is a noodle restaurant that serves interesting noodle recipes from Japan, Korea, Thailand, and other Asian countries.

Restaurants you can also try include Apu, Ding Xian, Godiva Cafe, Goubuli, Hide Yamamoto, and O Kitchen among many others.

The Luxury Shops

Shoppers will be thrilled with the fact that City of Dreams is a hot spot for well-known retail outlets such as Assembly, Art of Scents, BCBG Max Azria, Hugo Boss, Linda Farrow Gallery, Montblanc, Paul & Shark Yachting, Porsche Design, Qeelin, Rolex, and a whole lot more.

The Entertainment for all Ages

Fortune Egg, the most prominent structure in the area, houses two nightclubs. The Chaos Nightclub highlights the best acrobats, dancers, and DJs. There are VIP rooms available for those who want to have some privacy. Next, the Pangaea Ultra Lounge, distinctly features an exotic atmosphere. Like Chaos, they also have the VIP-only Peacock Room which also provides privacy for guests.

Casinos and other gaming and entertainment centers are, of course, available. The City of Dreams Casino and the member-only Kampay, Li Ying, and Signature Club are all great choices for those looking for leisure experiences.

Family-Friendly Attractions

Those traveling with their children will have a wonderful time at DreamPlay by DreamWorks with its interactive play space for the young and young-at-heart. DreamPlay features various activities and attractions such as gigantic slides, mini hiking trails, rope bridges, wall climbing, and many more. Kids even get the chance to create their own 3D animated movies and build their own toys. It’s a wonderful place to play and learn.

Function rooms are also available for those who want to celebrate birthdays and special occasions.


City of Dreams Manila, being the second complex to open in Manila’s Entertainment City after Solaire Resort and Casino, really has something for everyone. You can visit them at Asean Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard, Entertainment City, Parañaque. It’s just 3 kilometers away from Ninoy Aquino International Airport and just about a 5-minute drive from the Mall of Asia.

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