We’ve stayed for 4 days in the Citadel Inn, and we really enjoyed it
The hotel is located on a beatifull hill above the Lviv city, and from the hotel there is a extremely beatifull view. The staff was very friendly and they know how to handle any complains form the guests.
The staff is amazing--the remember your name, room number, etc., at the resepsion there, speak many languages, and really take care of the details. They even make great wine recommendations! The rooms are super comfortable (beds too!) and the breakfast is fantastic.
lets see what's inside the building shown in the above tip....
Its one of the 195 gust rooms complete with dining and kitchen facilities
Unique Quality: comfort and convenience
Unique Quality: It might just be called an inn...but it offers the comforts of a hotel. With guest rooms complete with living, dining and kitchen facilities
Directions: you can see it from along the stretch of Makati avenue...
I'll be in Manila July to celebrate my fiancee brithday.I need to find out where is a good hotel with a kitchen and would able to hold about 15 people for her birthday party?Maybe a suite or something like that or just rent a house for a week ?Any ideas?
I would suggest Astoria Plaza Hotel in Ortigas as they have a shuttle that goes to Megamall, Shangrila and Robinson's (large shopping malls in Manila). The malls I mentioned are 10-15 minute walk from the hotel. Their kitchen is well-equipped too. Saturday night, there's a buffet dinner with music entertainment.
From experience (albeit couple of years ago) Discovery Suites is a good place to have a family get together. If you guys get tired of family togetherness you can just go across the street to The Podium, SM Megamall or Shangrila EDSA.
Check out: http://www.discoverysuites.com/accommodations.php?id=53 See if it suits your requirements.
You may also check out Linden Suites, within Ortigas Center.
If you want to go all out The Oakwood is great. Like a American Condo studios 1&2 b/r full kitchen washer/dryer living /dining rooms.Its at Goriata 4 starting on the 5th floor.About 200 a night but worth every penny.The Shangi-la across the street is about the same price for a room.
Hi Ken. Oakwood Glorietta has been re-named to Ascott. "Oakwood" is now in Ortigas, across the street from the Asian Development Bank.
u may try citadel inn along makati avenue. a one bedroom unit (60 sqm) costs $45 a night. try http://www.asiatravel.com/philippines/citadelinn/guestroom.html for a preview. for reviews you may wanna check out http://www.agoda.com/asia/philippines/manila/citadel_inn_makati_hotel/reviews.html
Thanks and much mahalos, Sorry I didn't respond earlier, had other commitments to attend .I will take your advice under consideration.Got an offer from a relative to stay at their time sharing condo in makati another option also .Once again thanks for all the response.Aloha.....
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Address: 5007 P. Burgos Street, Bel-Air, Makati, Luzon, Philippines