In an attempt to stop the spread of Ebola, hotel suites have been temporarily closed for children under the age of six.
The move comes in the wake of reports that a hotel in the western town of Iloilo was the first in the city to shut its doors.
The hotel, in the town of Mato Grosso do Sul, is home to about 300 guests.
In a statement to The Times, Hotel Mato Grosso do says it is working with its local government to ensure the safety of its guests.
“This is a precautionary measure to protect our guests, including children, from possible exposure,” said the statement.
The hotel said it has started a programme in collaboration with the local authorities to ensure guests are vaccinated.
The announcement comes after more than 3,000 people have been infected in the Philippines since the virus hit, and the number of confirmed cases is at a staggering 6,831.