Area Attractions

Do more with less time at Hyatt Regency Manila, City of Dreams. Explore the city and cover as much ground as possible. Shop, wine, dine and play all you can while getting business done and still have time to relax inside your thoughtfully appointed accommodation, convenient for all your needs.

Hyatt Regency Manila, City of Dreams

Belle Avenue, Entertainment City
Manila, Philippines, 1701

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Arts + Culture

Cultural Center of the Philippines

A ten-minute drive from City of Dreams Manila, is a performance venue for local and international concerts, theatre and opera productions and dance performances. It has played host to numerous prominent artists including Plácido Domingo, the Bolshoi Ballet and the New York Philharmonic.

Metropolitan Museum of Manila

A ten-minute drive from City of Dreams Manila, showcases permanent displays of pre-colonial gold and pottery; religious art from the Spanish colonization era; and contemporary art by Filipino artists.

National Museum of the Philippines

Provides a comprehensive overview of Filipino archeology, ethnography and modern art. Exhibits span from Stone Age shell bracelets and Spanish galleon wrecks to masterpieces by Juan Luna, Felix Resurrecion Hidalgo and Jose Rizal

Avellana Gallery

A gallery space featuring contemporary artists. It is set within a peaceful residential enclave.

Intramuros

The Walled City was founded in 1571, featuring the baroque San Agustin Church which houses a major collection of religious art and iconography. The 4.5 kilometer long ramparts are a favorite place for a stroll at dusk, with views over the bay, the river, the art deco City Hall and the National Museum.

Food and Drink

Tasting Room

Dedicated to good taste, European haute cuisine and a stellar wine collection.

Nobu Restaurant

The world’s most recognized Japanese restaurant, known for its innovative and modern cuisine, hip crowd and celebrity following.

Noodl8

Nestled in the lively atmosphere of the main gaming floor, serving a generous selection of authentic Asian noodle dishes.

Café Society

A casual café offering pastries, quick gourmet sandwiches, and hot and cold brews — ideal for a relaxed, on-the-go meal.

Jing Ting

Quick, uncomplicated dining restaurant featuring authentic Northern Chinese Cuisine.

Red Ginger

Trendy, 24-hour Southeast Asian-inspired bistro, bar and café.

Wave

Jazzy by day and chic by night, a contemporary poolside deck, restaurant and bar.

Family Attractions

DreamPlay by DreamWorks

This DreamWorks-inspired family entertainment center features some of the media giant’s world-renowned animation characters, including Shrek and Kung Fu Panda, as well as interactive cooking stations for children, a show kitchen, a vibrant casual main dining outlet and private dining rooms.

Sports

SM MOA Arena

This sports venue that resembles an eye seats up to 20,000 spectators on five levels and hosts many of the country’s biggest games as well as touring bands. 10 to 15 minutes from City of Dreams on board the City of Dreams Manila shuttle bus.

Club Intramuros Golf Course

A golf course built on a filled-up moat around Intramuros’s 16th century ramparts. This par-66 course was redesigned by golf architect Andy Dye in 1995. Interesting challenges include water hazards and out-of-bounds.

Shopping

The Shops at the Boulevard

The Upper Ground level of City of Dreams is an arcarde with swank boutiques selling brand-name fashion, shops with a full range of merchandise and dining venues presenting a wide selection of local and regional cuisine, beverages and all-day refreshments.

SM Mall of Asia

For more extensive retail therapy choices, check out SM Mall of Asia, five-minute drive from City of Dreams Manila. Spanning a staggering 407,000 square metres, SM Mall of Asia houses myriad shops and department stores, as well as a food court, Olympic-sized ice rink, cinema, IMAX theatre, open-air concert hall, sports arena, ferris wheel, Science Discovery Centre and bowling and billiards venue.

Parks and Recreation

Luneta Park

Also known as Rizal Park named after National Hero Jose Rizal, it is a historical urban park located along Roxas Boulevard and adjacent to Intramuros. Site of the Rizal Monument, which is designated as the country’s Kilometer Zero marker for distances to the rest of the country. This 58-hectare (140-acre) park is the venue for the annual Independence Day (June 12), Rizal Day (December 30) and New Year’s Eve celebrations.

SM by the Bay

Seaside amusement park within the SM Mall of Asia complex featuring a large Ferris wheel, rides, games and food stalls.