Ascott Makati

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Glorietta 4, Ayala Centre, Makati, 1224, Philippines

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Excellent
36%
107
Very Good
40%
120
Average
13%
41
Poor
6%
18
Terrible
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10

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  • Families75
  • Couples85
  • Solo72
  • Business77
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    Makati's Best Hotel

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    I attend a seminar event here and I am amazed with the excellent service they provided. The staff are very friendly and always welcome you with a warm smile.

    The rooms are big and clean. All Staff are professional, courteous and friendly.

    The location are right in the heart of financial capital of Philippines.

    For your shopping and dining, all shops and restaurants are a few steps away.

    This hotel are undeniably luxurious and best hotel every traveler deserve to be.

    Delicious breakfast =)

    Unique Quality: OVERVIEW (from Ascott Makati's official website)

    Indulge in one of the most luxurious of Manila’s serviced apartments designed exclusively for international executives and their families. Tailored to meet your every need, the services and facilities are well-appointed, extensive and personalised, complementing the elegance and sophistication of the spacious residences. With wireless internet connection and modern facilities, business can be conducted with ease and efficiency while you live in the comfort and security of an exclusive city sanctuary, so that you may enjoy your overseas assignment, leisure vacation or relocation with a peace of mind. Conveniently located within Makati's prime business district and surrounded by restaurants, entertainment and shopping complexes, you can relax and recharge in the exclusive Ascott lifestyle amidst the vivacious culture of this dynamic city.

    Directions: Located in Glorietta 4, Ayala Centre is in the heart of Makati City's central business and entertainment district. Trains and jeepneys are available for destinations throughout Makati.

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Transportation in Makati

by pentimentomiami

A family member is in Makati City and urgently needs to take a taxi to the Consulate of Ireland, 70 Jupiter Street, ASAP.

He is not safe taking any taxi in Makati, so I am inquiring for him from Miami. May I ask for your advice how he can take a safe and reliable transportation from 1226 Makati Avenue, Makati City, Phillippines, to the Consulate of Ireland?

Thank you for much for your kind information and help.

Sincerely

Caroline Donkin

Re: Transportation in Makati

by ueberbemzki

Hi Caroline, the places you mentioned are actually close. If he really doesn't like to take cab, it looks like 1226 Makati Ave. is an address of a hotel, then I suggest he ask for a hotel service to take him to the Consulate. If that doesn't work, he can actually walk from point A to point B. Coming from 1226, walk along Makati Ave, towards Buendia Ave. Then cross Buendia, walk some more, then at the intersection, turn right, that's Jupiter Street. The Consulate would be on the left side of the street. There's a SM Cyberzone across from it.

Re: Transportation in Makati

by RobSydney

And really, the taxis are quite safe, Tell hime tio get in any taxi at one of the Shopping centers and say he will pay 150 pesos to get where he wants to go
The taxi driver will be so happy with the significant premium pover the regular meter fare he will get him there in good time, safe and happy
No problem

Re: Transportation in Makati

by olitrac

good suggestion rob, thats what i always do every time i set foot in manila.

Travel Tips for Makati

Makati At Night!

by machomikemd

Ah Makati, A Party Place especially at Night, So much Memories and endless partying, binge eating, group gatherings, dates, get togethers, shindigs and It really earns the Monicker, Night Spot Capital of Metro Manila Area!

Permanent garage sale stores

by stamporama

Here's one tip that very few Manila residents know about. In Barangay Bangkal in Makati, there are a few side streets where a small industry has taken root and flourished: the thrift shops . These are family-run stores that sell used articles of just about anything: office and home furniture, paintings, books, toys, appliances...and as the photo shows, even toilet bowls! The owners of these stores usually buy their merchandise from garage sales in nearby villages, then after some refurbishing display them for sale.

PROS: Most items have no price tags which means that some haggling may be done. No same item could be found in 2 stores so you really won't know what the next store has for sale till you go there. The people who ran them are just buy-and-sell traders who may or may not know the real value of the items they sell so who knows, you might see and buy something whose true worth might be far more than the asking price!

CONS: You won't see any foreigners around as the streets are not really within a tourist zone. The stores are not lined up but dispersed along the street and since it's an open-air affair, be prepared for the heat and air pollution passing by. And should you decide to buy something big/bulky, you'd have to arrange your own packaging, transport and shipping.

To get there: take a cab on EDSA towards Pasay City. Immediately after the Magallanes interchange, make a right on Evangelista St. (there's a McDonald's and Jollibee restos on opposite corners). Go straight and count 7 streets at your right as you pass. The stores are on Heneral Garcia and Heneral Hizon Sts., which are the 7th and 8th streets from EDSA respectively. The stores are open from Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm.

Esprit Forever!

by cyndymc about Esprit

Esprit in Makati is integrated into the Cinderella's Department Store, so its merchandising style is more or less the same as Cinderella's. Esprit's Sale Events are something my daughters always look forward to. Original Esprit merchandise

Newest Shopping Kid on the Block

by machomikemd about Glorietta 5

glorietta 5 is the newest addition to the sprawling glorietta and greenbelt shopping complex in makati city by the Ayala Corporation. a lot, it depends on your choices but the shops and restaurants here are more modest than in the swanky and ritzy greenbelt complex. not much a drain in your wallet

Go Around By Car

by cyndymc

The most convenient and fastest way to go around Makati is by using your own car/private vehicle. You can decide the route you prefer to take; you can turn to sidestreets as shortcut to avoid heavy traffic.

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Address: Glorietta 4, Ayala Centre, Makati, 1224, Philippines