Salcedo Suites at LPL Manor

LPL Manor Building, 116 L.P. Leviste Street, Salcedo Village, Makati, Philippines
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Makati Hotels / Studio Apartments

by kahar

I will be attending a short-course at AIM in this coming november (2008).

Could anyone in here suggests to me accomodation that best met my criterias below? :-

1) room rate of PHP 3000 or below.
2) wired internet access or wifi (free or optional alrite with me).
3) preferably within walking distance to AIM (i don't mind a 15-min walk) or a 5-10min drive.

thanx in advance, cheers.

rgds,
kahar

Re: Makati Hotels / Studio Apartments

by stamporama

Try the El Cielito Inn in Makati. They have a room for as low as USD 39 (Php 1,716) that has Internet access. From the hotel (see their location map in the link below), the AIM is along Paseo de Roxas across from Greenbelt, approx. a 10-min. walk.

http://www.elcielito-makati.com/

Re: Makati Hotels / Studio Apartments

by asianbelle

Why not consider staying at AIM Conference Center Manila? It's right next to AIM and might meet your criteria. You can email them at accm@aimonline.org or call +63 2 750.1010.

Re: Makati Hotels / Studio Apartments

by kahar

stamporama : thanx for the reply sir .. appreciate that heaps.

asianbelle : yeps, i was aware of the AIM conference ctr, but am trying to avoid that place at the moment as i really need my little privacy from my colleagues,
thanx belle :)

any other alternatives eh?

rgds.

Travel Tips for Makati

Little Tokyo

by cyndymc

I've worked for so many years in Makati but didn't realize that behind the busy streets and busines center, there is a such a nice place as Little Tokyo. I've seen the signage before, and have noticed the row of Japanese restaurants along Pasong Tamo (Chino Roces Avenue). What I didn't know was the existence of a compound of Japanese restaurants as you walk past the ark and Zen garden.

My husband worked for a Japanese multinational company so he used to frequent the place. It was only recently that we went there to savor Japanese cuisine and buy some authentic Japanese ingredients and snacks. The foods are quite pricey, but the volume and taste are worth your money.

Little Tokyo is worthwhile visiting when in Makati.

Libingan ng mga Bayani

by jgbrillantes

Take a walk at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (Cemetery of Heroes). It is found in Bayani Road, Fort Bonifacio, Makati. It is where former presidents of the Philippines, national artists and Philippine historical figures were buried. One can also learn about important events in Philippine history and it's in Makati! If by any chance you like watching flying airplanes as well, it's also a good place to watch airplanes landing.

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Luxury Japanese Choco from Sapporo

by machomikemd about Royce

luxe japanese choco that literally melts in your mouth in a few seconds even if you would not chew it! very expensive at it ranks up their to the chocolate greats like godiva or Chocologie! their melt in your mouth nama brand of chocolate that is packed in thick aluminum seal with synthetic dry ice inside to maintain the coldness of the chocolate. maxx out your credit card!

Party Place in Greenbelt 2

by machomikemd about Temple Bar

Temple Bar in greenbelt 2 is basically a Fusion of a Lounge, Chill Out and House Bar fused with Chinese Fusion cuisine. It has a giant Buddha Statue inside and it really gets crowded especially at midnight. During the day and early evening, it serves good chinese fusion cuisine like Chicken ***ake Mushroom in Fried Wanton, Fried Spicy Squid, Buddha Soup, Temple Ceasar Salad, Oriental Seafood Soba, Pineapple Fried Rice, Lemon Chicken, Kung Pao Chicken and others. When the clock strikes 10:00 pm, it suddenly transforms into a Bar with loud music, playing house, chill out, lounge and sometimes trance music which can go up to 3:00 am. Smart Casual, no shorts or flip flops allowed!

opens daily from 10:00 am to 3:00 am friday to saturday
10:00 am to 12:00 am weekdays and sunday.

Average beers costs 130 pesos a bottle, average meals like kung pao chicken starts at 300 pesos (small servings though).

Teriyaki Boy

by joysweet about Teriyaki Boy

Located at the Paseo Center - a building where there are a lot of eating places, including Teriyaki Boy. Had lunch with Jose here as this was fairly close to my building (1 block from the Enterprise Center). We ordered: Chicken Teriyaki Boy-Don about 180p- this is their specialty. I order this everytime and so far I'm not disaapointed yet. Jose ordered the Salmon-Don about 170p- i don't think he liked it very much.

Bottomless coke at 48p and watermelon shake (which was too sweet) at 55p

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Address: LPL Manor Building, 116 L.P. Leviste Street, Salcedo Village, Makati, Philippines