Vacation Hotel Makati

914 Pasay Road, San Lorenzo Village, Makati, Philippines
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners


Satisfaction No Data
Very Good


Value Score No Data

No Satisfaction or Value Data Available


Good For No Data
  • Families0
  • Couples0
  • Solo0
  • Business0

More about Makati


Rigatoni in Ragu SauceRigatoni in Ragu Sauce

Entrance from Makati Cinema Square SideEntrance from Makati Cinema Square Side

Kapi Fried RiceKapi Fried Rice

seafood pizzaseafood pizza

Forum Posts

What to buy in Philippines? (clothes)

by kayko2000

Hi all.

What type of clothes are cheaper in the Philippines than anywhere else? I hear that Guess and Levi's jeans are cheap. I would rather buy brands that are known internationally.

I do need a pair of board shorts, and my girlfriend needs some swimwear too. Any suggestions on where to go to get decent brands at relatively cheap prices? (for example, what might a pair of Billabong or Volcom or Rip Curl or... board shorts go for?) Or if there are any GOOD Filipino brands, I'm good for that too...

I'll be staying in Makati near Ayala Glorietta. Are there any nearby stores you would recommend I visit?


Re: What to buy in Philippines? (clothes)

by edwinic

Prices for REAL Guess or Levi's would be fairly same in every major parts of the world. Be wary when the same would be sold as cheap.

Anyway, since you will be staying near Glorrieta, you might as well spend a day exploring for your shopping.

Re: What to buy in Philippines? (clothes)

by kenstan

Guess jeans are about 75% cheaper than same jeans at Guess stores in US.These are real jeans at the Guess stores in the malls.Levi's are about the same as a sale price in US.At Gorita 4 theres a Quicksilver/Bilabong store the prices are about the same as in the US. Guess Gap brands are made in the Philippines so they are cheaper anything imported is sometimes higher.Oakley sunglasses are about 500.US compared to 200.00 in the US.This is for real brand name cloths.If you want fake they have everything Nike shoes about 6.00 and they look and wear the same as 150.00 Nikes in the US.DVD's anything you want.Get on the train and head to Recto for cheap fake everything.

Travel Tips for Makati

Movie Time!

by DJ_Rolo

If you feel like relaxing, catching a flick and getting out of the hot weather, check out the theatres at Greenbelt 3. They are up on the 3rd floor. Its a very nice theater complex. Its around 200-300Php per person. In the lobby is a little food court for snacks. The orders are a bit different here. i ordered nachos thinking i was gonna get a big box like you do at the theatres here in LA, but it came in a little 2 x 2 box with like 10-15 chips and cheese inside, it was pretty funny. I guess thats why it was only around 40Php. Inside the theatres they have Stadium seating, the seats recline and the armrests go up. Its pretty clean too. Most blockbusters are released at the same time around the world but other movies are released on different dates. First movie i watched at the theatres was Closer, which i already saw on video here at home. I also saw The Interpreter which was released at the same time. Many people like to watch movies because its air conditioned!!!

The Hidden Training Pool

by jgbrillantes

The Fort Bonifacio (the Army camp) has a new training swimming pool. It's olympic size, and very well maintained. Since it's inside Fort Bonifacio, the traffic is freely flowing.

The pool is located on Nichols-McKinley corner Bayani Roads. It's in the Army Gym compound (Bulwagang Flores). From EDSA corner Ayala Avenue, take the McKinley road. You'll pass the Santuario de San Antonio (huge Catholic church), Manila Polo Club and the Manila Golf Club. At the first traffic light, turn right. Continue on that road. You'll pass Essensa (a condominium building), and on your left will be the American War Memorial. Just continue on until you pass the Fort Bonifacio main gate, and then the Grandstand. The corner after the Grandstand is the Army Gym Compound.

It's PHP50.00 each person per day.

The pool's operation time is 9AM-12PM and 1-6PM. Because this is a training pool, they expect swimmers to wear swimming trunks (similar to Speedos) or bathing suits.

Classy Branded Apparel. etc

by cyndymc about Greenbelt 5

Greenbelt 5 is the newest of the Greenbelt Malls known for Class A merchandise. Expect tight security check before entry. Sales clerks are generally efficient. You can use their clean restrooms with lounging area for free, unlike in Glorietta where you pay for the use of CRs with lounging areas if you don't want to use the public CRs.. It is the best place to go for genuine branded apparel and other merchandeise. P3,000+ depending on what you buy

100 beers...

by monina_c about Beer Paradise

It is conducive to winding down after a night out. :)
The bar is situated in a quiet street. It looked to me like a private residence converted into a more upscale hang out for the beer enthusiasts. The bartenders claimed they carry more than a hundred kinds of beers from all over the world.

The Belgian Beer (Chimay) I drank cost about P240++/bottle plus tax (about US$5.30++).
They carry a lot of fruit flavored beers which seem to be popular to the group that we found there. The sitting arrangement was cozy and conducive to easy conversation. The bar seat were comfortable enough. The ones we tried were mostly Belgian and German Beers (not surprising since the owner is Belgian) with unpronounceable names.

The bartenders were nice and seem to be knowledgeable about their stock. Hehehehe! It doesn't hurt that they were young and good-looking!

BTW, the bar is open daily:
* Su: 5:00 pm - 2:00 am
* M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 5:00 pm - 4:00 am Smart Casual.
I did not see anybody there wearing cargo shorts and flip-flops. :)


by monina_c about Kamayan Restaurant

Kamayan Restaurant features Filipino cuisine. It serves all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner buffet for P335/plate (US$7.28). I liked their chili chicken, lechon, DIY halo-halo, crunchy kangkong leaves, fish kinilaw, bulalo soup, kare-kare.... the list goes on... and on... and on...


Popular Hotels in Makati

Renaissance Makati City Hotel

Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

Esperanza Street Corner Makati Avenue, Makati

Show Prices

Oxford Suites Makati

Hotel Class 2 out of 5 stars

Durban corner P. Burgos Streets, Makati

Show Prices

Astor Hotel Makati

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

7835 Makati Ave, Makati

Show Prices

Jupiter Suites

102 Jupiter Street, Bel-Air, (formerly Jupiter Arms Hotel), Makati

Show Prices

View all Makati hotels

View all Makati hotels

Latest Makati hotel reviews

Charter House
23 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Feb 26, 2014
Renaissance Makati City Hotel
625 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 18, 2014
Fersal Inn Makati
19 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 19, 2014
Eurotel Makati Hotel
55 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 1, 2014
Hotel Celeste
122 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 3, 2014
Astor Hotel Makati
220 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 7, 2014
Travelers Inn
8 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 28, 2014
Tower Inn Business Hotel
40 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 8, 2014
Artina Suites Hotel
73 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 17, 2014
Century Citadel Inn
65 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 12, 2014
Durban Street Inn
127 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 10, 2014
Oxford Suites Makati
112 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
Great Eastern Hotel
72 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 28, 2014
St Giles Hotel
198 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 28, 2014
GIC Tourist Inn
5 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2013