Robinsons Place MallCurrently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
- Address: Pedro Gil cor. Adriatico Streets, Ermita, Manila,Metro Manila 1000,National Capital Region, Philippines
- Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +63-23103333
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Dine In, Entertainment, Play, Tourist Center, Mall, Shopping Center, Family And Kids
Robinsons Place Mall - Review
The answer to all your retail cravings in Manila; Robinsons mall is a shoppiong heaven. The mall has over 500 shops for the discerning shopper and a number of dining options too. It is by far one of the largest and most successful malls in Manila. Visitors can spend a fun filled day with family and friends with a number of gaming zones, kids’ play area and other recreational options to keep occupied for the whole day.
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How To reach Robinsons Place Mall by Public Transport
- Nearest bus stop: Pedro Gil
- Nearest LRT: Pedro Gil station
Restaurants Near Robinsons Place Mall
- Max’s Restaurant
- Arya Persian Restaurant
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Things to Know Before Visiting Robinsons Place Mall
95% of people who visit Manila include Robinsons Place Mall in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
35.74% of people start their Robinsons Place Mall visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Robinsons Place Mall
63.37% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Robinsons Place Mall
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Robinsons Place Mall, Manila Reviews
A very big mall and a good place to hang out and shop. The food court is clean and offer clean drinking water for free. The parking services are nice and the services also accommodates the disabled. Medical facilities such as dental clinic, derma clinic and opticians are also available in the mall. The super market is also very big to cater all your needs. All in all a mall worthy of its name.
It has evolve over the years and has grown into an all in one drop off mall. It quite boring to certain floors but what I loved about this mall is that it is really accessible if you're coming from Manila. The crowd at not that rowdy and the basic necessities are just within reach. The cinema is superb! The seats on the cinema is clean and relaxing. If you are an avid movie goer, this mall host a spectacular movie viewing experience with a cheaper price.
This is a very nice mall. There are many fine stores here for shopping and lots of eateries. It is also a great place for expats to meet in the local Starbucks. Lots of traffic all day in the Mall. A great place also for people watching.
You see a lot of tourists in this enormous mall perhaps because you'll find a lot of accommodations in the vicinity to suit all budgets. (The remnants of a once infamous sex industry around Ermita contributes as well). This may also be the reason for the high level of variety you'll notice around this place which is something you'll find refreshing after the numbing monotony of the ubiquitous and dominant SM malls. One of the best places to pick up delicious and hard to find Philippine treats. Look for the Blind Massage parlor on the fourth floor and enjoy a soothing massage on a chair while checking your inbox or reviewing your Instagram
It's a pretty typical mall. The size is not too big compared to other malls though. It contains the typical restaurants and stores. Overall, I can't help but feel like the mall is a little "untidy". The place doesn't seem properly maintained or cleaned regularly. Also, the streets surrounding this mall is the typical description of Manila streets. They were dirty, smelly, felt unsafe, and not somewhere I would walk by if given another route. I would come back to the mall again if I was in the area, but it is not an establishment I would go out of my way to visit.