A stark contrast to the charming and bygone ambiance of Binondo

Constructed along the streets of Reina Regente in a district popularly known as the world’s oldest Chinatown heritage site,  Hotel Lucky Chinatown is nestled on the heart of Binondo where culture instills innovation and luxury meets comfort. The hotel offers a myriad of exciting experiences emerging to the dynamic historical destination.

Under the largest locally homegrown brand of Megaworld Hotels and Resorts, Hotel Lucky Chinatown takes you to memorable moments binded with refined Filipino hospitality and exceptional brand of service. Hotel Lucky Chinatown takes pride on providing utmost compassion and commitment on embracing the philosophy of “Our Heart, Your Home”.

The property’s well thought out architectural design elements harmoniously blends in with old Manila’s timeless aesthetics while the interiors manage to transport guests to opulent comforts through its state-of-the-art hotel amenities and functionality.

Local Attractions

Lucky Chinatown Mall

a lifestyle mall located beside the hotel that offers a unique blend of history, tradition, modern shopping, and world-class experience.

Distance by car: 5 minutes (350 m)
Distance by walk: 2 minutes (160 m)

Chinatown Museum

a heritage and community space that shares interesting highlights of Binondo’s history and as one of the oldest Chinatowns in the world.

Distance by car: 4 minutes (300 m)
Distance by walk: 2 minutes (100 m)

Filipino-Chinese Friendship Arch

it signifies and solidifies the special relationship between China and the Philippines and serves as a bold reminder of the history among the two countries.

Distance by car: 7 minutes (1.1 km)
Distance by walk: 12 minutes (950 m)

Binondo Church

an ancient Catholic place of worship, which is also known as the Minor Basilica of St. Lorenzo Ruiz, dedicated to the first Filipino saint.

Distance by car: 12 minutes (1.4 km)
Distance by walk: 7 minutes (500 m)

Seng Guan Temple and Kuang Kong Temple

Two of the famous Buddhist temples in Chinatown with incredible architecture and rooms for praying.

Distance by car: 9 minutes (1.1 km)
Distance by walk: 7 minutes (500 m)