Creekside Amorsolo Hotel

Amorsolo St. corner V.A. Rufino St., Creekside Mall, Legazpi Village, Makati, 1229, Philippines

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Creekside Amorsolo Hotel
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14%
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Good For Solo
  • Families33
  • Couples25
  • Solo58
  • Business12
  • Good Budget Hotel

    by

    Stayed here for overnight as walk-in last April 25-26. This is a good hotel but very basic. I would recommend ear plug, but apart from the noise it is a cean and friendly (slightly new age) hotel plus i like the roomboy named Mel, he can be easily approached, welcoming and good in room cleaning. I commend him and hope to see him when I return. The hotel turns nice because of the nice people like him!

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by benbee

hi,

looking for suggestions where to stay in makati for four nights.

the group includes of four over 60 years old, 2 children, a total of 7-9.
Not looking for expensive hotel nothing like shangri-la but just something decent (maybe about $80) because of elders and children. The area around hotel preferably is decent too. We never been in makati before; it's been years since we've been back in the Philippines, so it will be really new to us. WE'd like to check the malls (for example greenbelt and glorietta), so walking distance for the elders. We are also planning to go oceanpark (aquarium) which is not in makati, just want to stay in one accommodation. We dont have a vehicle but planning to rent when we get there. Just looking for tips.

What do you think of crown regency? what's around it? I read it just open this year? If we find a hotel that we would like to stay, we were planning to call and make a reservation

Thank you!

Re: abroad

by jekie

Crown Regency is relatively new, I think it opened late last year. The rooms are ok but a bit small. It's right across Park Square which you can cut through to get to Glorietta and also walking distance to SM Makati. However I'd suggest you inquire at Ascott Hotel w/c is a bit more expensive than Crown Regency but in terms of facilities and size of room it may be of better value for money. Location-wise it's on the same bldg as glorietta so you can just go down and be a skip and a hop away from SM & GLorietta. They have a studio, 1&2 bedroom suites which are all equipped with kitchenette and washer/dryer. Try calling them and check if they have promos running.

Hope this helps.

Re: abroad

by jekie

Crown Regency is relatively new, I think it opened late last year. The rooms are ok but a bit small. It's right across Park Square which you can cut through to get to Glorietta and also walking distance to SM Makati. However I'd suggest you inquire at Ascott Hotel w/c is a bit more expensive than Crown Regency but in terms of facilities and size of room it may be of better value for money. Location-wise it's on the same bldg as glorietta so you can just go down and be a skip and a hop away from SM & GLorietta. They have a studio, 1&2 bedroom suites which are all equipped with kitchenette and washer/dryer. Try calling them and check if they have promos running.

Hope this helps.

Re: abroad

by cuvezx

Thanks!

Travel Tips for Makati

San Miguel Light

by DJ_Rolo

Ice Cold San Miguel Light can be very refreshing. Its the local Philippines beer. Its not too strong, but i hear its stronger than regular San Miguel. They serve this everywhere. It can cost anywhere from 50-100Php. Its pretty good, you should try it. I prefer red horse though, ask around about that.. thats some good stuff...

Historical Tour of Intramuros, Manila

by yellowbell

Tired of being a mall rat, then hail a cab and go to historical Manila. On a weekend where there's virtually no traffic, it's just a 20-minute drive away! Ask the driver to take the Roxas Blvd. route. Keep your eyes peeled on your left-hand side for the following tourist spots:

(1) Cultural Center of the Philippines (notice the huge fountain)
(2) Bay Walk (marina of yachts, morning joggers, gorgeous sunset)
(3) Manila Hotel (where Gen. McArthur stayed)

Finally on your right, is (4) Luneta or Rizal Park (named after our national hero).

Just when you thought the journey is over, you have just arrived at (5) Intramuros Complex - a vivid reminder of 300 or so years of Spanish colonization of the Philippines.

Pirates Haven (for counterfeits ok!)

by machomikemd about Makati Cinema Square

Air Conditioned Counterfeit Heaven! The Makati Cinema Square in my youth was a cool place to hang around due to the magazine stands, cool shops and modern cinemas here. Not anymore! altough the Makati Cinema Square still features a shopping mall, state-of-the-art cinemas and cozy restaurants, the lower levels have become a mecca, a mecca of counterfeit items. Name it, they have it like bootleg DVD's, VCD's, MP3's, MP3 Players, DVD Players, Computer Programs, Playstation Video Games, bags, clothes, etc. (hey I'm not complaining, I sometimes patronize these products too hehehe) It has become the place to be to buy these stuff in air conditioned glory (the main counterfeit area is in Quiapo District in Manila but the place is seedy and lots of petty criminals roaming around there) so for a few pesos more, you can buy what you want here.

Opens everday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

lower levels houses the counterfeit stuff, the upper levels houses the original stuff and the cinemas and restaurants. very dirt cheap prices! a copied from blu-ray DVD movie title for 55 pesos. A Regular DVD movie title for 45 pesos, tv series like CSI or House or Nip & Tuck or Lost at 55 pesos a DVD Disc. Bootleg CD's of any artist or Music at 30 pesos a disc. Computer Programs like Auto Cad, Microsoft Office, Photo Shop, etc at 60 pesos a disc. DVD players t 1,500 pesos. MP3 players at 500 pesos and a lot more! dirt cheap! at rock bottom prices especially if you know how to haggle!

Chillin at night...

by DJ_Rolo about Greenbelt 3

A cool place to hang out at night is Greenbelt 3. During the day its a great place to shop, eat, or watch a movie. But at night this place gets pretty crazy. The restaurants are bars, the bars are clubs.. this place can get really packed. If you dont feel like gettin your groove on at one of the dance spots you can chill in the courtyard in between starbucks and Seattles best coffee. This spot is crowded too, most people here are just loungin, but in between the coffee shops is a courtyard filled with tables and chairs. A restaurant there, throws on some salsa music. You can even grab yourself a cigar here. Some people get up and dance, but most just chill. Its a cool spot to party it up with friends or just peoplewatch. Like i said you can do anything from watch a movie, check out a club or get some coffee..... I guess it really depends on where you go, but its pretty casual no matter what.

TGIF Fridays, Large Servings Everywhere!

by machomikemd about TGIF Fridays, Park Square 3 Branch

TGIFridays is popular American restaurant chain focusing on casual dining, usually of the typical american huge servings,with over 500 restaurants across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia and the UK, as well as many other countries around the world including here in the philippines.

The name is taken from the expression "TGIF", or "Thank God It's Friday." The restaurant chain is known for its appearance, with red-striped canopies, brass railings, Tiffany lamps, and frequent use of antiques as decor. It has a large menu with an emphasis on alcoholic beverages. A section of their menu is dedicated to the "Jack Daniel's Grill", a selection of items flavored with a special Jack Daniel's sauce.

The employees here are young, with wacky uniforms, and every time you had someone's birthday, the whole restaurant crew came around with a cake, and singing Friday's traditional Birthday song Fridays onion rings at 125 pesos, Buffalo Wings at 235 (Buffalo Wings from Buffalo New York is still the best for it's spiciness!), fried calamari at 215 pesos, New York Strip Steak at 875 pesos (expensive! cost only 16 dollars in the states), Jack Daniels Pork Chops at 575 pesos, mocha mud pie at 190 pesos, ultimate hawaiian volcano and long island iced tea at 270 pesos! (Cheaper here, it cost 8 dollars in the states!).

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