Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila

I got to stay overnight with my family at Maxims Hotel in Resorts World last month when Samsung Philippines asked me to review the Samsung Smart TV ES8000. Maxims Hotel is an all-suite luxury hotel by the Genting Group. It’s supposedly rated 6 stars.

Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
Anyway, this is the hallway leading to our room.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
We stayed at a Maxims Suite. It costs P15,800 a night and it’s the most basic room you can get in this hotel. If you’re a Resorts World Gold or Platinum cardholder, you get a big discount. I was surprised by the welcome note which greeted me when I went into the room.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
There was even a welcome bowl of fruits.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
Our suite was equipped with two double beds which is perfect for a family of two adults and two kids. Alternatively, you can opt for one king-sized bed.

Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
There’s a study and a couch with a table you can use to dine.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
The study table has an electric pot you can use to make coffee or tea.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
There’s also a console you can use to call for butler service, order room service, make calls, etc.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
It’s a pretty big room.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
This was the view from our window.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
The closet had bath robes, bedroom slippers, hangers, and an ironing board with an iron.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
The bathroom is equally expansive. The toilet area is enclosed in its very own room.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
A separate shower area is located beside the toilet.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
There are two sinks and a vanity area.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
There’s a complete set of toiletries — everything from mouthwash to loofahs.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
There’s a bath tub which comes with a container of peach-scented bath salts.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
Each overnight stay includes buffet breakfast for two.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
There’s a good selection of the usual breakfast items — crispy bacon, sweet ham, French Toast, fruits, potato wedges…
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
There was even sushi and kimchi!
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
Congee and taho (no photo) too!
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
After breakfast we decided to go swimming. Luxurious cabanas like this surround the pool area.
Maxims Hotel at Resorts World Manila, Philippines
The swimming pool is great! Half of it is pretty shallow so my 7-year old daughter could actually walk to the middle. The other half is deep, even I couldn’t reach the floor. Since it was a sunny day, the water was quite warm.
The service in this hotel is outstanding. A butler will knock on your door before bedtime with a trolley on hand to check if you need anything — bottled water, toothbrushes, soap, toilet paper, etc. at no extra charge! I actually left a pair of Levi’s jeans in the room and realized it when we were already home. I promptly called the hotel and they informed me that my jeans were in the laundry. They told me that they would call or text me when it was ready for pick-up and they did.
All in all, we had a lovely time at Maxims Hotel. Thank you Samsung Philippines for the experience which was of course highlighted by the state-of-the-art
Samsung Smart TV ES8000!

For more information about Maxims Hotel, log on to http://www.rwmanila.com/hotels-at-resorts-world-manila/maxims-tower.

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