Hop Inn Hotel, Hopping from Thailand to Ermita Manila, Philippines

Thailand-based Hop Inn Hotel was officially launched in the Philippines through its pioneering outlet along Ermita, Manila that offers high quality accommodation for both the business and leisure markets on a tight budget.

hop inn Standard Twin Room Hop Inn Standard Twin Room

After having 41 different hotel branches in Thailand, Hop Inn Hotel under the The Erawan Group finally decided to put up their very first property in the Philippines. Ermita, Manila is jut their first venture here in the country and is expected to build more in the coming years.

hop inn Facade

“The country has high potential for tourism in the long term,” The Erawan Group PLC President, Ms Kamonwan Wipulakorn said. “We believe that the Philippines will offer the fastest and highest economic growth in the Asean region and through our analysis and market research on the ground, we see very good opportunities to expand in the Philippines.”


On December 1, 2016, Hop Inn Ermita opened its door for local and foreign tourists to experience and enjoy first-hand what the Thai expertise and world-renowned Filipino hospitality are about. While it falls under the economy travel class, the hotel is designed to offer quality and convenient stays––thanks to the company’s 35 years of vast experience in developing international five-star hotels, such as the Grand Hyatt and JW Marriott, among others.

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hop inn hotel in manila (9 of 12) Free Thai Massage at the event

Hop Inn Ermita has 168 rooms––all spacious and well-appointed. Each is equipped with fundamental amenities to ensure a good night’s sleep after a tiring business or leisure trip, and in preparation for the next day’s meetings or city exploration.

hop inn Standard Double Room Standard Double Room

Others in the pipeline include the ones building up in Aseana in Pasay City and Alabang in Muntinlupa––both scheduled for inaugural in the first quarter of 2018. The Group is also looking at Quezon City, Chinatown, and Cubao in Metro Manila, as well as Cebu and Davao in the Visayas and Mindanao regions as potential sites for its Hop Inn brand.

“Next year, it’s going to be 50 hotels, including two in the Philippines,” Wipulakorn added.

Thailand, falls in my top list destination to visit this 2017 and having an experience here in Hop Inn Hotel Manila could prep me up in my next travel to Bangkok. Can’t wait to visit Hop Inn Hotel again.

hop inn hotel in manila (6 of 12) Enjoying the Photobooth setup with Ruth
For more information about Hop Inn Hotel, visit www.hopinnhotel.com and follow their social media pages at www.facebook.com/hopinnhotelph and hopinnhotelph on Twitter and Instagram.
Until our next discovery in the City!
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