The building, which was finished in 1939, initially operated as a luxury apartment known as the Admiral Apartments and was home to some of the country’s prominent families, including the Lopez-Araneta family which built it. The 8-storey building was the most visible man-made structure from the sea and thus became a beacon for seafarers entering Manila Bay. It eventually became a popular landmark.
Strategically located by the Manila Bay, the Admiral Baysuites is the rebirth of Admiral Hotel, the landmark that once catered to visiting prominent personalities, dignitaries and royalty.
Named after Admiral George Dewey, the Admiral Hotel was the hub of the Philippine elite during the prewar era and hosted the most distinguished visitors to the country which include former US President Hervert Hoover, Britain’s Lord Mountbatten, and General Douglas MacArthur.
these plans have already taken form and the Admiral Baysuites is currently being renovated to be a European-inspired luxury boutique hotel and a 53-storey residential condominium.
Hailed as the Best Residential Interior Design category at the Philippines Property Awards 2013, and the Best Luxury Condo Development in Manila in 2014, Admiral Baysuites sets the standard of modernized sophisticated lifestyle experience.
The glorious sunset of Manila Bay is just one of the many attractions Manila is famous for worldwide. It seems like the stunning sight was made especially for the pleasure of the residents of Admiral Baysuites, a luxurious53- story residential condominium on Roxas Blvd.