18 Things to Expect in Selah Pods Hotel, Pasay City, Philippines

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       Selah Pods Hotel (located at the busy F.B. Harrison street, Pasay City). It is a 108-room boutique hotel which is accessible to Makati Business District and just a 15-minute drive from the airport (if there is no heavy traffic). It is close to the World Trade Center and the historical Philippine International Convention Center. You can get discounts by booking this through zenrooms and use promo code: TRAVELLINGPEOPLES.

      Here are the 18 Things to Expect in Selah Pods Hotel, Pasay City, Philippines!

1.) Lobby and their uniforms

The lobby may not accommodate all of the 108 guests at the same time because of space area. The staffs’ uniforms give you a relaxed and beach ambience.


2.) Maybe long waiting time for check-in

As per experience, you may not have a fast check-in because of the high volume of guests they are receiving per day.


3.) Free newspaper every morning


4.) From 8th to 11 only

Selah Pods Hotel occupies the Ground, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th floors only.


5.) Cross Tree instead of Christmas Tree

As it was only January, they still have the Christmas Tree este Cross Tree!


6.) The hotel room is loft type

Please see these pictures.

7.) Free Water Refill

       The hotel supports sustainable tourism. They do not give you a plastic bottled water. If you need to drink water, you can refill the glass pitcher in your room to a nearby water dispenser in every hallway.

8.) Creative Architectural Space 


9.) Toiletries 


10.) Artistic Hangers


11.) A lot of sockets! 

That’s 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 sockets plus 2 usb portals!


12.) Wedding Function Areas on 11th floor


13.) Breakfast Buffet for 300php


14.) Carinderia in front

If ordering hotel food is a bit costly for you, you can try the eatery outside the hotel’s premises. Not sure though if it is deliciously dirty.


15.) Pool Cafe Menu

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Pod Petizers: Araceli Tortilla de Selachon, Lokni BBQ Ribs 1/2, Coro BBQ Ribs Full Slab, Indra Breachickint & Breaporkint, Amaya Bangus Ala Pobre, Beef Aella Salpicao, Anemone Spanakopita.

Special Pod Petizers: Chicken Nephele Souvlakitori, Tempest Mozzarella Cheesetick, Miku Mojos in the Palace, Reva Bangus Sisig Royale, Haneul Nachos Bulgogi, Aureole Buffalo Bill.

Pinoy Faves: Pods Lumpiang Sariwa, Daddy’s Adobong Kambing, Tanigue Sinuglaw, Sizzling Tuna Belly, Goodbye Dinamita Stick

Chef’s Delight: Zephyrine Nicolse Salad, Noelani Wings Platter, Mistral Choice III

Soups: Classic Chinese Seafood Chowdery, Japanese Miso Soup, Trilogy of Mushroom Soup, Crab & Corn Soup

Greens: Classic Shrimp Pomelo Salad, Waldorf Salad, Caesar Salad

Chef’s Table: Hong Kong Style Fried Chicken, Seafood Marinara Louisiana, Fish & Chips, Osso-Bucco Kare-Kare, Authentic Ebi Tempura, Lechong Macau, Baby BAck Ribs in Bourbon Sauce, Salted Spicy Garlic Crab, Spicy Oriental Shrimp, Sizzling T-Bone Steak

Bed & Breakfast: Continental Breakfast ( a choice of sweet ham, hungarian sausage, frankfurt or corned beef with pancake or bread,  butter, jam, fresh fruit in season and house blend coffee), Filipino Breakfast (a choice of tocino, beef tapa, or native longanisa with garlic rice or bread, butter, jam, fresh fruit in season and house blend coffee), and Amrican breakfast.

Loco Over Local: Pork Adobo with Chicken Flakes, Waterless Sinigang na Hipon, Crispy Bagnet, Crispy Pata, Crispy Pinakbet, Laing Con Morcon, Chopsuey Guisado, Liempo Negra, and Sinigang na Baboy.

Pasta & Noodles: Grilled Chicken Pasta, Tuyo Flakes Pasta, Angus Yaki Noodles, Meatball Spaghetti Bolognese, Creamy Carbonara, Chami/ Canton/ Miki Bihon.

Burger & Sandwiches: Selah Garden Burger, JLT Clubhouse Sandwich with Fries, Grilled Monte Cristo Sandwich, Slammers Chicken or Tuna Sandwich

Pizza: Pizza Margherita, All Meat Pizza, Four Cheese

16.) Artistic Areas

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17.) Junk Not Exhibit

     Junk Not is an interior design company that specializes in finding creative ways to transform everyday trash and other indigenous materials into functional items. It engages a community of women to be responsible stewards of the environment. Its partner community in Brgy. Alas-as, San Nicolas, Batangas was trained to segregate and clean household wastes. These plastic wastes are then turned into ropes that are weaved into wooden/metal frames to create beautiful furniture or table accents.

       The project with the women of Alas-as started in 2014 when DENR PASu-TVPL commissioned Wilhelmina Garcia to conduct a livelihood program in the community. During the training, few women showed interest in collecting their plastic wastes. Eventually, other members of the community decided to take part and join Junk Not’s advocacy. As of 2018, there are 60 women who are actively collecting, segregating, and roping their household wastes. The members are continuously growing  as the locals see the need to save their environment.

Anak ng Tupa- a chair set dedicated to the sheep that died from plastic waste intake. This chair set used a total of 15 kilos of colorful plastic ropes. All plastic wastes are properly collected, cleaned and manually twined by a partner community in San Nicolas. The chair frame is an industrial steel bar made out of recycled materials.

18.) Ark Cafe

The wintermelon is not impressive though. Too sweet!


You can get discounts by booking this through zenrooms and use promo code: TRAVELLINGPEOPLES.


  1. Hi. Is it possible to do photoshoot on common areas without additional fees? Like for a laid back prenup shoot.

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