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YMCA of Makati Inc.: cheap accomodation in Makati

The place is very near the business area in Makati. Standard room for 2pax cost Php 1100 and they have dorm type which is good for 6 pax cost Php 400/pax

just basic accomodation

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written March 9, 2013
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Makati Intercontinental Hotel: One of the Grand Hotels in Makati (part 2)

part two of my Makati Intercontinental tips with more pictures around the hotel.

this hotel is one of the Landmarks in the Ayala Shopping and Business District of Makati. Along with the Dusit Hotel nearby, It is one of the Oldest Hotels in the Makati Area and within the complex are the Iconic Cafe Jeepney (newly refurbish) with are the favorite hang out of famous media personalities in the philippines. The hotel is still grand but is in need of some renovations as the Makati Shangrila and the Manila Peninsula Hotels nearby have more pleasant amenities. The hotel is just across the SM Mall Makati and the Glorietta Shopping Complexes hence the location is very ideal for the shopper and If you are on a business travel with a mid range budget. and you can take the Metro Rail Transit to other areas like quezon city or Ortigas since the station is just a stone's throw away.

The have 338 rooms and suites. The rooms here are pretty standard and is smaller than the rooms at the Makati Shangrila and just about the same as in Hotel Dusit Nearby. Standard Amenitites Include: state-of-the-art television information system with local and cable programming and in-house movies, Broadband internet access, IDD telephone, voicemail and graphic television, radio, lights and air-conditioner, a fully-stocked minibar and refrigerator, electronic safe and hair dryer.

according to their website:

A LANDMARK HOTEL IN THE PHILIPPINES' PREMIERE METROPOLIS.

Mabuhay! Designed by National Artist Leandro Locsin, InterContinental Manila is a symbol of pride in the Philippines' premier financial and commercial hub—Makati City. The hotel is across the Greenbelt and Glorietta shopping and entertainment districts. Our 332 guestrooms and suites boast every comfort for an enjoyable and unforgettable visit. The latest technology including in-room high speed Internet access and Wi-Fi in public spaces is sure to please business or leisure travellers. For guests looking for extra space and added comfort, our Club InterContinental rooms are available and offer special privileges such as a Club Lounge for private check-in and check-out, butler service, sumptuous breakfast, afternoon tea service, evening cocktails and a selection of international newspapers and magazines. The top floor Club InterContinental Lounge offers a breathtaking view of Philippine urban cityscapes- Makati and nearby Bonifacio Global City. InterContinental Manila offers one of the largest conference and meeting facilities in the city and has a well established reputation for delivering the highest standards of excellence. For leisure time, we recommend a visit to the nearby Ayala Museum and the walled city of Intramuros. The island fortress of Corregidor is also a worthwhile outing. The hotel is easily accessible from Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Business Travel, Luxury Travel, Food and Dining
  • Written March 9, 2012
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Makati Intercontinental Hotel: One of the Grand Hotels in Makati (part 1)

This will be a two part tip with more pictures of the hotel.

this hotel is one of the Landmarks in the Ayala Shopping and Business District of Makati. Along with the Dusit Hotel nearby, It is one of the Oldest Hotels in the Makati Area and within the complex are the Iconic Cafe Jeepney (newly refurbish) with are the favorite hang out of famous media personalities in the philippines. The hotel is still grand but is in need of some renovations as the Makati Shangrila and the Manila Peninsula Hotels nearby have more pleasant amenities. The hotel is just across the SM Mall Makati and the Glorietta Shopping Complexes hence the location is very ideal for the shopper and If you are on a business travel with a mid range budget. and you can take the Metro Rail Transit to other areas like quezon city or Ortigas since the station is just a stone's throw away.

The have 338 rooms and suites. The rooms here are pretty standard and is smaller than the rooms at the Makati Shangrila and just about the same as in Hotel Dusit Nearby. Standard Amenitites Include: state-of-the-art television information system with local and cable programming and in-house movies, Broadband internet access, IDD telephone, voicemail and graphic television, radio, lights and air-conditioner, a fully-stocked minibar and refrigerator, electronic safe and hair dryer.

according to their website:

A LANDMARK HOTEL IN THE PHILIPPINES' PREMIERE METROPOLIS.

Mabuhay! Designed by National Artist Leandro Locsin, InterContinental Manila is a symbol of pride in the Philippines' premier financial and commercial hub—Makati City. The hotel is across the Greenbelt and Glorietta shopping and entertainment districts. Our 332 guestrooms and suites boast every comfort for an enjoyable and unforgettable visit. The latest technology including in-room high speed Internet access and Wi-Fi in public spaces is sure to please business or leisure travellers. For guests looking for extra space and added comfort, our Club InterContinental rooms are available and offer special privileges such as a Club Lounge for private check-in and check-out, butler service, sumptuous breakfast, afternoon tea service, evening cocktails and a selection of international newspapers and magazines. The top floor Club InterContinental Lounge offers a breathtaking view of Philippine urban cityscapes- Makati and nearby Bonifacio Global City. InterContinental Manila offers one of the largest conference and meeting facilities in the city and has a well established reputation for delivering the highest standards of excellence. For leisure time, we recommend a visit to the nearby Ayala Museum and the walled city of Intramuros. The island fortress of Corregidor is also a worthwhile outing. The hotel is easily accessible from Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Food and Dining, Luxury Travel, Business Travel
  • Written March 9, 2012
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PRINCE PLAZA II CONDOTEL: GREAT LOCATION

January 5 to 13 & January 19, 2012
We chose the PRINCE PLAZA II CONDOTEL because of its excellent location in the Greenbelt Area and because it is a condo, our room had a fridge.
The rooms though are in dire need of renovations. We stayed 8 nights and then again one night after our week in Boracay.
We booked through booking.com and paid $48.00 US per night plus 12% VAT + 10% service charges and + .75% city tax for a total of $59.04 US. They used the exchange rate of .44 or 2,596 Philippine Pesos.

Our room contained a fridge, one-burner stove, microwave oven, some dishes, a table with four chairs, one double bed, two-piece bathroom with shower, TV, computer desk.
In-room breakfast was included in the price and our usual order was pancakes, one egg, two-pieces of bacon, juice or coffee.
As I mentioned, the location was absolutely perfect for us - a five minute walk to the Ayala Museum and the Greenbelt Area, which is full of shops and restaurants.
I do have some complaints about the Hotel though, and I am not a picky person. I was not impressed with the front desk staff. They were not always friendly and courteous. The last night of our stay, we did not have any bath towels in our room, so I called front desk and requested some (4:00 p.m.). I asked again in person, before we went out for dinner (5:30 p.m.). When by 8:30 p.m. we still did not have any towels, I went down again to the front desk and complained. Finally got my towels - geesh!
The elevators would often close on you before you had a chance to get out - sensors were not working properly.
We wanted to store one piece of luggage there, as we were going to Boracay for six days and did not want to bring two big suitcases with us. (keep in mind we booked 9 nights here). They charged us 300 Pesos (about $7.00 US) for storage. Also when we checked in they wanted 1000 pesos cash for a deposit.
Internet service is available at 120 pesos for an hour and it was a very weak signal.
Air conditioner in our room was very noisy and didn't work properly.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written January 23, 2012
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A. Venue Suites: Makati's newest high end hotel



What is special with A. Venue Hotel Suite is it's location. It is located in Makati Avenue easily accesible by taxi to Makati Business District, Rockwell Center, Glorietta, Greenbelt and Ayala Museum. The interiors of A. Venue Hotel Suites are stylish and modern.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written March 18, 2010
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Dusit Thani Manila: Five-star hotel in Makati

I wanted to pamper my Father so I booked a Club Twin Room and paid additional PHP 1800 for extra treats.

In the evening, we enjoyed live music at the lobby/lounge. Very nice - ambiance and cocktails are tops.

Valet service was provided which was a great help as it is difficult to find parking space in Makati especially at peak hours.

A lot of friendly smiles welcome everybody at the lobby.

Personalized check-in and check-out at the Club Lounge located at the Mezzanine Level.
Complimentary Buffet Breakfast (elegantly served)
Complimentary sodas, premium coffee and specialty teas from 6 am to 10 pm at the Club Lounge.
Complimentary beer, wine, hors d'oeuvres from 5 pm to 8 pm at the Dusit Club Lounge
Complimentary use of Internet in the room
Fruits in the room
Complimentary local calls to landline within Metro Manila
Complimentary local and international newspapers
Access to the fitness centre and outdoor swimming pool
10% discount on all Food and Beverages outlets in the hotel (except roo service and minibar)

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Food and Dining, Luxury Travel, Spa and Resort
  • Written November 19, 2009
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Prince Plaza II: Hotel with Best Location in Makati

I chose this hotel because it is near Greenbelt in Makati. Now I've never stayed in Makati area before so I did some research online about hotels and shopping areas in Makati. Prince Plaza II offered reasonable prices and great location.

I stayed in this hotel with a friend on Aug 7-11 2009. the price online (www.asiatravel.com) was good $53/P2500 a night for a standard room, but they didn't have that available so we were upgraded to a one bedroom suite for P3550/night. Not to disappoint, the room was clean and had good furnishings including a queen size bed, stove, fridge, and cable TV with premium channels. The room even had 2 bathrooms! It was very spacious and had a good view (we were on the 19th floor).

My only gripes were that the bed was a bit hard and the wood trim on the furnishings are a little old. Not a big deal coz we were mostly out and about shopping in Greenbelt and Glorietta. Prince Plaza II is right around the corner (literally) from Greenbelt 5. The staff was very friendly and security is good.

Excellent location within shopping district

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Luxury Travel
  • Written August 19, 2009

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PENINSULA HOTEL: Recommendable Hotel

This stay at Peninsula hotel was a comlimentary given by a relative. Personally it has an excellent location as the main shopping district is within walking distance. Hotel rooms at a five star hotel are about all the same, internet access, service is well performed and gracefully and etc. What we like and enjoyed best is the restaurant which we shall be downloading some photos how we enjoyed the food and the service at the restaurant. Their staff works over and above expectation and how we would love to return and stay a bit longer the next time around.

The service is excellent, staff are trained to be very attentive. Location is very centralized! Tipping the works even $5.00 per service is something we did not mind at all, as they deserve for the hard work for little pay.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written July 20, 2009
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GIC Tourist Inn: Budget Bed and Breakfast

This is a 3 story B&B that's clean and very accomodating. I was also told that for a certain number of stay, you will be entitled to a free 12-hour stay. I am fuzzy about toilets so that's what I will discuss about first :) It's the usual hot water shower, curtains, tiled all around, and small soap. You'll find a sofa and table set, window or split airconditioning unit, TEMPUR-type pillows, a complimentary pitcher/glasses set filled with cold powder Tang-type orange juice, cotton blankets and in-room phone(local calls are free).

Breakfast service will depend on when you want it delivered t your room. Regular breakfast fare consist of: 2 sets per room: Fried hotdogs/fried tapa/ham slice, toasted bread, butter and coffee.

What is nice about this place is that you can ask the roomboys to buy stuff for you in the nearby local stores. Stuff like noodle soup cup, sanitary napkins, shampoo sachet, toothpaste, etc. Tipping is very appreciated. They can also wash your car for about PHP50 = US$1.

Rate for 12 hour stay is PHP1,190 = US$26. Check in time: from 8pm.

I prefer the room just below the spiral staircase since it has the biggest bathroom. Quirky :)

Very accomodating. Friendly staff.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written January 13, 2009

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Somerset: Somerset Olympia Sericed Apt. Makati

One of the problems with accomodations in PI is it's either really cheap, or really expensive. One of the better places I found for the money is the Somerset Olympia. Maybe a bit more than you were looking pay for but security is good, good locations, lots of restuarants near by, about 2 blocks or less from the mall, good staff, rooms are clean and decent size and you get breakfast with the room and price. I've gone both ways in Makati before, really cheap (dirty, bad neighborhood and noisy) and really expensive (not worth the price). The Somerset seemed to be OK for the money and accommodations. Actually I was surprised at how good the stay was there. I think you'd be happy there. Oh and you are only about 2 blocks away from the MRT should you need transpo.
Should you end up there I would like to hear back to see how you liked it.
Have fun! and good luck
pertty good rate at this site, but I didn't shop around as you should, and I don't know when you are traveling.
https://www2.somerset.com/philippines/manila/somerset_olympia_makati.html

There are lots of different web sites that offer differing price ranges so shop around, not sure where you are from but you should be able to enter Somerset Olympia and get some responses to search. There are three Somersets in this area, I liked this one for location and price.

Address
No 7912 Makati Avenue, Makati City 1200, Philippines
Telephone
(63-2) 812 1010

Local Toll Free

Fax
(63-2) 818 8254

Email
enquiry.manila@the-ascott.com

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written September 11, 2008

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Manila Shangrila Hotel: Luxury Hotel of Makati Part (new pics)

This is Again A Review of Mankati Shangrila Hotel Manila albeit with newer pictures on a revisit in 2012. They now have LCD tv's in the rooms.

The Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is a World Renowned International hotel chain based in Hong Kong. It is the largest Asian-based deluxe hotel group in the region.The group started in 1971 with its first and flagship hotel in Singapore, and now has 49 deluxe hotels and resorts located in key Asian, Australian and Middle East cities with hotel room inventory of over 23,000. The hotel group also has a sister brand called Traders Hotel, established in 1989 to cater mostly to business travellers. In the philippines it has 3 Shangrila Hotels and 1 traders hotel. I stayed in two of the shangrila hotels called Shangrila Hotel Manila which is located in Ayala Avenue corner Makati Avenue.

Shangrila Manila has one of the best locations for a hotel in Manila and it has spacious and elegant rooms with tasteful decor and a superb bathroom with an extension phone and glass showers. But it gets terribly busy and you don't get your first choice of room type. they provide a great breakfast with a huge choice for the buffet and also still have wonderful service. Plus is is the most prestigous hotel address in the Philippines and is walking distance to the Upscale shopping Meccas of Glorietta and Greenbelt.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Food and Dining, Luxury Travel, Spa and Resort
  • Written July 24, 2008
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Manila Shangrila Hotel: Luxury Hotel of Makati!

The Makati Shangrila Hotel is easily my favorite hotel chain in the Metro Manila Area.

The Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is a World Renowned International hotel chain based in Hong Kong. It is the largest Asian-based deluxe hotel group in the region.The group started in 1971 with its first and flagship hotel in Singapore, and now has 49 deluxe hotels and resorts located in key Asian, Australian and Middle East cities with hotel room inventory of over 23,000. The hotel group also has a sister brand called Traders Hotel, established in 1989 to cater mostly to business travellers. In the philippines it has 3 Shangrila Hotels and 1 traders hotel. I stayed in two of the shangrila hotels called Shangrila Hotel Manila which is located in Ayala Avenue corner Makati Avenue.

Shangrila Manila has one of the best locations for a hotel in Manila and it has spacious and elegant rooms with tasteful decor and a superb bathroom with an extension phone and glass showers. But it gets terribly busy and you don't get your first choice of room type. they provide a great breakfast with a huge choice for the buffet and also still have wonderful service. Plus is is the most prestigous hotel address in the Philippines and is walking distance to the Upscale shopping Meccas of Glorietta and Greenbelt.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Food and Dining, Business Travel
  • Written June 27, 2008
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Hotel Intercontinental Manila: Great location. Great deal.

The Intercon has been in Makati God knows when but still offers one of the better deals in town. I believe the rooms have been renovated when we stayed here last (November 2007). Conveniently located near Glorietta and major public transit stations, like the MRT.

The lobbby may not be as grand as the other two bigger hotels here, but the Intercon is a bargain and still met our expectations.

Location.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written April 7, 2008
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The Peninsula Manila: Simply the best hotel in Manila...

We stayed at the Peninsula Manila last January and let me just emphasize that everything in this hotel shouts out pure luxury…
My girlfriend and I booked a “superior” room at the Ayala wing (or Ayala tower) noticing how much more expensive the rooms are at the newly renovated Makati wing/tower. So with low expectations as to how the room would “feel”, we approached the desk. We were pleased at how friendly and accomodating the check-in staff were, not skipping any details and providing straight, no-nonsense answers to all of our questions. We were shown our room and I must say that considering the location, level of service and security the hotel offered that we really felt more bang for our buck.
The bathroom was superb with a bath-tub, a grand sink and mirror, plus separate “cubicles” for the shower and toilet. The bathrobes and towels were soft and smelled good. They provided all of the necessary toiletries. Shampoo, shower-gel, bath-gel, conditioner, body lotion, sewing-kit, shower-cap, etc. Though I never used any of them, I took a wiff at the shampoo and bath-gel, concluded how good they smelled so brought one of each with me as souveniers. They replenished the stock the next day. And yes, I brought a bath-slipper with me, too.
The bed was VERY comfortable and the pillows they provided were the best I’ve ever slept on. It's strange how big a difference the choice of pillows will make to the quality of sleep you’ll have.
One thing I’ve been dreading ever since I found out during the booking process that our room was to face Ayala avenue (the Philippine answer to Wall-street) was the noise from outside. Now we know that the Pen is a 5 star hotel, but still, we were still please how this was never an issue in the 5 nights we stayed there, considering the amount of noise and traffic I could hear outside (Philippine drivers are notorious for their “beyond-excessive” use of carhorns).
The room had great airconditioning which can be regulated by a control unit, that strangely enough reminded me of a hospital switchboard. The TVs in the Ayala wing were not LCD flatscreens like those found in the newly renovated rooms. But how important is this small detail when you’re on vacation, really? We had a big CRT television which was good enough. What bothered us was the huge motel-style cabinet that housed the TV and minibar that was just too big and was taking up so much space.
The daily fruit basket was a nice touch, though the daily newspaper under the door is something that management/staff could skip when the guest is clearly there for leisure.
The lobby is just a jaw-dropping sight. Just hanging out in the lobby makes one feel the grandeur of of it all, having coffee and desserts among some of Manila’s most important personalities. And if you're patient enough, you might even catch a glimpse of the "Lady with a thousand pairs of shoes". Yup, the former Philippine dictator's widow, Imelda Marcos is a frequent resident/visitor of the Pen.
For a special dinner, my girl and I went to “Old Manila”, the signature restaurant of the Peninsula Manila. This is one of those stiff places that makes it’s money by maintaining it’s stiffness. Not a laidback place, but then again, it's not supposed to be. A classy restaurant indeed, we were seated by a waiter who was to be our own for the duration of the meal and no-one else’s… talk about 5-star service!!! The food was worth bragging about, but expect to pay around 3-4 thousand pesos per person for a 3 course meal and dessert. Definitely not the place you’d bring your burp-out-loud beer-buddies to.
Breakfast at Nielsens buffet was superb, with an omelette/pancake station and a wide selection of drinks and food that other countries consider breakfast (sushi in the morning?). One thing they could improve on is their variety of bread. My girl was a bit disappointed when none of the bread they had on the buffet was “rough” enough for her euro-stomach. But she did get to taste, according to her, at Nielsen's the best muesli + yoghurt cereal she’d ever had, so the bread issue went away.
Having said all that, the main attraction of the Peninsula Manila has got to be the staff and their dedication to impeccable service. Everybody greets and smiles, but unlike most other 5-star hotels, the Peninsula people do it in a non-irritating manner. They are eager to please and help out while at the same time they somewhat unintentionally give the impression that they geniunely enjoy doing it. The service does not feel fake. The security personell are thorough, but not overwhelming or intrusive. They check everything before you enter, even when they know you live there, which is a good thing. The checking of bags and purses for "items for the unthinkable" before entering a public place is the norm in Manila, so better willingly open up that bag. The surrounding areas around the Pen are some of the, if not THE safest place in the capital. That's what you get when you put four 5-star hotels, a chain of high end malls and the main financial district of the country all in one place... security gets beefed up.
Will definitely stay again.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written March 14, 2008
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Makati Shangrila Hotel: Most luxurious hotel in Makati

Before I wrote this tip, I was puzzled why this hotel was not yet listed among the Makati hotel tips. Turns out it was listed under Manila, which is not really accurate. Anyway, since I reside in Makati, it would have been unusual for me to check in a hotel that's in my neighborhood. But since I got to stay for a night for FREE, hey who am I to complain?

The hotel is the most luxurious I've ever slept in. The rooms are designed primarily for the business traveler, not surprising as the hotel's in the heart of the country's financial capital. It provides a work desk with some office supplies, your own fax machine and internet cables. The closet has flashlight, umbrella, electric iron and ironing board, safe deposit box. The bathroom has a separate shower cubicle from the bathtub, bathrobes and lots of towels. My only complaint was the room's electric water kettle was busted as it couldn't boil water for my coffee.

As for their food, oh gee...I haven't come across a dish I didn't like.

Staff was great...in performance, attitude as well as looks.

The place is not cheap, but if you really want to know and experience a superb place with superb service, then this hotel in this part of the city is definitely well-recommended.

As mentioned, the hotel is right at the financial/commercial center of the country, which is also where many foreign embassies are located. On top of that, it lies next to fine shops, restos, bistros, etc.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Business Travel
  • Written October 14, 2007
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