Metro Manila | What's Inside City of Dreams Manila?

Wide-eyed and in awe and wonder, this girl who was born and raised in a relaxed, laid-back city, roamed around City of Dreams Manila. This was the venue of Blogapalooza, an annual gathering of content creators in the country. Of course during break times, we would sneak out and take leisurely walks.

In case you're wondering what's inside this luxurious lifestyle destination, here's a quick walk-through video:

City of Dreams Manila

City of Dreams Manila is an integrated resort and casino that features three luxurious hotels and an array of premium dining outlets. City of Dreams is also home to the very first DreamWorks inspired DreamPlay, offering  one-of-a-kind entertainment for whole family. It is strategically located near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, SM Mall of Asia, SMX Convention Center and other key destinations.

What to Do in the City of Dreams

City of Dreams is home to three luxurious hotels -- Nobu Hotel Manila (check back later for link to blog post); Nüwa, and Hyatt Hotel. If you're looking for a quick escape from the busy hustle and bustle of life in the metro, you may want to consider a relaxing staycation here. There are spas and fitness centers as well. We were housed at Nobu Hotel, and I'll share about the experience on this blog soon.

City of Dreams offers a wide array of premium dining options. There are world-class dining places and some casual restaurants and cafes as well.


A lifestyle destination is never complete without shopping places. City of Dreams feature international brand outlets and high-end beauty and fashion labels.

Kids and kids at heart will definitely enjoy DreamPlay, a DreamWorks-inspired education-based  interactive playspace.


City of Dreams is also home to a casino, for those who want to play with higher stakes. :)

You will never run out of things to do in City of Dreams Manila. This is definitely the perfect escape from the busy life in the metro.

Location:  Asean Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard, Entertainment City,Barangay Tambo, Parañaque City, Metro Manila 1701
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Dress Code: 
For Gaming areas, the dress code is smart casual.

Gentlemen wearing sleeveless shirts and all guests wearing, shorts, slippers, hats, caps, hoodies, sunglasses, masks, veils or any other items which conceal their facial features (fully or partially) are prohibited from entering the Casino or Gaming Areas.

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