Resorts World Manila. Shopping Mall in Metro Manila, Philippines

Resorts World Manila

Shopping Mall in Metro Manila, Philippines

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Resorts World Manila

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Facade of Resorts World Manila - Resorts World Manila
Facade of Resorts World Manila - Resorts World Manila. Photo by Circuit Magazine
Resorts World Manila is the first integrated entertainment, gaming, and leisure resort which is located right across the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 (NAIA 3) in Newport Boulevard, Pasay City, Philippines. The site used to be a part of Villamor Airbase, a military camp. This popular destination includes a casino, shopping mall, hotels, restaurants, theater, and cinemas.

Owned by a joint venture of the local Alliance Global Group and Genting Hong Kong, the resort had its soft opening in August 2009 and its formal opening on July 2010. It was the first casino resort in the Philippines and the only one until the opening of Solaire Resort and Casino in 2013. Soon, Resorts World Bayshore will rise at the Bay City which is expected to open at the end of 2018.


The casino has over 2,000 exciting slot machines and 300 table games, including the exciting game of Craps, Baccarat (Mini and Super 6); Poker (Casino Stud Poker, Lunar Poker; Pai Gow Poker, Texas Hold ‘Em Bonus Progressive Poker; Texas Hold ‘Em Poker, and Three Card Poker), Black Jack (or “21”); House Money Black Jack, Pontoon; Red and White, Sic Bo; Money Wheel, and Roulette.

There are high-tech, electronic table games with Sic Bo, Roulette, and Baccarat located at the Organic Island electronic table games located at the ground floor gaming area while the Rapid Fusion electronic table games are located on the second floor gaming area.

The Genting Club is a members-only lifestyle club with a private gaming area, gourmet dining, and other features that make this a relaxing playground for its elite members.

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Resorts World Manila. Photo by Jude Bautista


Newport Cinema -
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Newport Cinema - Resorts World Manila. Photo by Circuit Magazine

Newport Cinema

The Newport Mall has 4 state-of-the-art cinemas. Cinema 1 has reclining seats and a butler, plus unlimited popcorn and drinks for ₱500 ($11). Cinema 3 has Dolby 3D technology at ₱320 ($7.04). Tickets for Cinemas 2 and 4 cost ₱270 ($5.94).


Republiq, located in the Newport Mall, is the biggest dance club in Asia with top-of-the-line lights, sounds, and visual technology. Third party promoters take charge of the list of guests allowed to enter the club. Their contact details can be found at the club's website. Music played at the club include electro, hip hop, pop, r&b, or mash-up depending on what day it is.

	Performing Arts Theater - Resorts World Manila
Newport Performing Arts Theater - Resorts World Manila. Photo by Paul the PR Guy

Newport Performing Arts Theater

This is a 1,500-seat theater that serves as a venue for plays, musicals, concerts, and other events. It has the biggest LED screen in Asia and high technology lights, 3D effects, and audio system. Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, there are different shows scheduled at this theater. Schedules and ticket prices vary depending on the featured show.


Marriott Hotel Manila

Marriott Hotel Manila

This 342-room luxury hotel has a wonderful view of the greens of Villamor Golf Course. Rooms start at discounted rates of 10,000+PHP (deluxe) to 15,000+PHP (executive suite). Amenities include the Quan Spa, a health club, a salon, a swimming pool, and 4 dining options.

Maxim's Hotel

Luxurious Maxim’s Hotel , the only 6-star hotel in the Philippines, is an all-suite luxury hotel with 172 lavishly furnished suites, 3 royal villas, and The Mansion, all with one butler each. Intended for select clientele of gaming patrons, rack rate is from ₱15,800 ($348) for deluxe suites up to ₱253,800 ($6,000) for The Mansion.

Remington Hotel

A mid-range hotel that offers complimentary airport transfers and rooms that range from ₱3,500 ($77) (standard) to PHP ₱3,800 ($84) (premier). There are 712 rooms on 10 floors, a restaurant, and a lounge. Some rooms are somewhat musty with windows that have concrete wall views.

Marriott Hotel Manila - Resorts World
Marriott Hotel Manila - Resorts World Manila. Photo by Zheyme and Arne Jet


There is no need to leave the resort and look for dining places outside as there are more than 40 great dining spots in the hotels, malls, and casino right at Resorts World. Here are some options:

RWM Casino

  • Bar 180 - relaxing drinks and live stage entertainment.
  • Bar 360 - same as Bar 180.
  • Franks – American-style snacks and beer.
  • Mercado – Filipino buffet.
  • Prosperity Court – comfort food like dim sum, pizza, pasta, and Filipino cuisine.
  • Victoria Harbour Café – Asian comfort food.

Marriott Hotel

  • CRU Steakhouse – succulent Angus and Wagyu steaks and fine wines.
  • Marriott Café – international cuisine buffet or a la carte.
  • The Greatroom – varied cuisine at hotel lobby.

Maxims Hotel

  • Café Maxim - coffee, cake and pastries.
  • Ginzadon - Japanese & Korean cuisine.
  • Impressions - international cuisine by celebrity chef Cyrille Soenen.
  • Passion – fine dining Cantonese.
  • The Terrace – Mediterranean cuisine.

Remington Hotel

  • R Bar – mini café with pastries, café, coffee, salad.

Newport Mall

  • Crisostomo – modern Filipino cuisine.
  • Johnny Chow – Asian cuisine.
  • Kopi Roti/KR Express – Singaporean coffee, tea and snacks.
  • Krazy Garlic – garlic-rich dishes.
  • Mr. Kurosawa – East/West fusion cuisine.
  • New Orleans – Cajun cuisine.
  • Parmigiano Pizzeria Ristorante – Italian cuisine and fine wine.
  • Recipes – Filipino and Asian cuisine.
  • Red Crab Alimango House – seafood specialties.
  • Tao Yuan – Singaporean cuisine.
  • Thousand Cranes – Shabu-shabu specialties.
  • Villa del Conte – Italian traditional fine chocolate.
  • Universe Gastrolounge and Nightclub.
  • For snacks and coffee/tea breaks, choose from Crepes and Cream,UCC Café Terrace; TWG Tea, Starbucks Coffee; Serenitea, McDonalds; and The Royal Touch for gourmet cupcake.
  • Shopping

    Newport Mall is an exciting, 4-story, Mediterranean-style collection of shops and dining options. Inside the mall is an indoor piazza with glass skylights called The Plaza. Fashion stores at the mall include local and designer brands like Adidas, Puma; BCBG Maxazria, Charles & Keith; Charriol, Giordano; Hush Puppies, Lacoste; Mango, Montblanc; Victoria’s Secret, 158 Designers’s Boulevard; Duty-Free shops, and more. Jewelry and watch shops include Rustan’s Silver Vault, Jewelmer; Kristine Jewelry, Bedat & Co.; Rolex, Tudor; and Pandora. For perfumes and cosmetics, the Art of Scent, The Face Shop, and The Body Shops are must-stops.

    Health and beauty facilities include Island Spa, FAB Salon, Bruno’s Barbers, and Velvet by Jing Monis. The three banks at Newport Mall include Maybank, Bank of Commerce, and Banco de Oro where you can easily withdraw cash via Maestro, Mastercard or Visa.

    How to Get There

    A taxi will take you directly to Resorts World Manila. Resorts World provides shuttles that ferry passengers with different schedules and various pick-up points in all cities of Metro Manila, Antipolo City, Cavite (Wikipedia Article), Laguna, and Rizal.

    Another option is to take the NAIA Loop Shuttle public commuter bus that travels from MRT3 Taft Station Terminal to NAIA 3 passing by Resorts World Manila. Trips start from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. at one hour intervals. Fare is ₱20 ($0.44).

    If you take the Metro Railway Transit (MRT3) Blue Line, stop at Taft Avenue Station and go down to Saver’s Square, then turn left at the passageway beside McDonald’s. Take the NAIA 3 Loop shuttle just outside.


    If you want to play at the casino and you're planning to bring a large sum of money, refrain from taking the metro railway. The Resorts World shuttle or taxi would be your best option but be sure to get off if the taxi driver shows any unusual movements. Staying at the hotels within the resort would be a good idea if your main itinerary is the casino.

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    Author: janblim. Last updated: Dec 06, 2014

    Pictures of Resorts World Manila

    Poolside of Maxims Hotel - Resorts World Manila
    Poolside of Maxims Hotel - Resorts World Manila. Photo by Circuit Magazine

    Maxims Hotel - Resorts World Manila
    Maxims Hotel - Resorts World Manila. Photo by Jessica Zafra

    Remington Hotel - Resorts World Manila
    Remington Hotel - Resorts World Manila. Photo by Aerous

    Newport Mall - Resorts World Manila
    Newport Mall - Resorts World Manila. Photo by Mark Morfe

    Newport Performing Arts Theater - Resorts World Manila
    Newport Performing Arts Theater - Resorts World Manila. Photo by Paul the PR Guy

    Casino at Maxims - Resorts World Manila
    Casino at Maxims - Resorts World Manila. Photo by unknown


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