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4.3/5 516 reviews
Glorietta Mall, Palm Drive, Ayala Center, Makati

1224, Philippines

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Front Desk 63-2-9090888


0.41 mi (0.66km) from City Center
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  • Kitchenette
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4.1/5 305 reviews
One Asian Development Bank Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City

1655, Philippines

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Front Desk 63-2-6337111


4.27 mi (6.87km) from City Center
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3.0/5 2 reviews
1 Jasmine Drive, Resorts World Manila, Metro Manila, Pasay

1309, Philippines

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4.31 mi (6.93km) from City Center
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4.2/5 194 reviews
Ortigas Ave, Corner Asian Development Bank Ave, Ortigas Center, Quezon City

1100, Philippines

Reservations 1 877 2 CROWNE (1 877 227 6963)

Front Desk 63-2-6337222


4.53 mi (7.29km) from City Center
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Visiting Makati/Manila – A City Guide
Makati is the Philippines’ financial and commercial capital. Despite its role as Manila’s central business district, it has a fun side with bustling shopping centres, contemporary museums, a hip music scene and trendy clubs.

Makati: city layout
Towering skyscrapers mixed with urban residential areas make up Makati’s business district. Most offices are situated along the main thoroughfares of Gil Puyat Avenue, Ayala Avenue, Makati Avenue and Chino Roces Avenue. Parts of Paseo de Roxas, Ayala Avenue and Makati Avenue come together to form the heart of Makati’s business district, the Ayala Triangle.

Other areas in Makati include the elite neighbourhoods of Forbes Park and Bel-Air, the heritage district of Poblacion and other barangays (villages).

Top attractions in Makati
Santuario de San Antonio Parish in Forbes Park is a simple yet elegant church with its cream-colored facade and dome-shaped ceiling. A short ride away is Museo ng Makati, housing the city’s historic relics and artefacts.

Ayala Center is an entertainment hub surrounded by Makati hotels, shopping malls, department stores and restaurants. The nearby Greenbelt Chapel is known for its dome-shaped architecture.

The concierge recommends…

  • A stroll around Ayala Triangle Gardens, which come alive on the Festival of Lights, a light and sound show which starts on November and ends on the first week of January.
  • Watching the Caracol Festival in January, with a parade and street dance competition.
  • Fête de la Musique (World Music Day) in June, when diverse musical acts perform on different stages around Makati.
  • Enjoying the annual Wanderland Music & Arts Festival, a one-day festival held sometime between March and May showcasing local and international musicians.

Eating Out in Makati
Filipinos are passionate about good food. You can have tapsilog (cured beef slices with garlic rice and fried egg) for breakfast and sticky rice cakes for merienda (snacks). Makati has restaurants ranging from carinderia (eateries) serving rice meals to fine dining restaurants offering European cuisine.

Jupiter Street is lined with restaurants offering both local and international fare. The neighbouring Poblacion area is dotted with up-and-coming cafes like Commune, as well as established restaurants like El Chupacabra and bars like A'Toda Madre.

Salcedo Village has become a hub of fashionable yet casual dining, while under-the-radar restaurants make Legazpi Village ideal for quiet and relaxing meals. Visit Salcedo Saturday Market and Legazpi Sunday Market on weekends for gourmet eats and organic produce.

The chef recommends...

  • Adobo: A dish made of chicken or pork boiled in a marinade of soy sauce, vinegar, sugar and garlic.
  • Sisig: This sizzling delicacy is made of sliced pig’s head and liver topped with an egg and chilli peppers.
  • Halo-halo: Literally translated as “mix-mix,” this refreshing dessert is a combination of shaved ice and evaporated milk topped with sliced local fruits, sweet beans, leche flan, ube (purple yam) and a scoop of ice cream.

Shopping in Makati
With designer boutiques, sprawling malls and busy markets, Makati is a haven for any shopper. You can stroll around air-conditioned malls near Makati hotels or haggle and rummage in weekend markets.

The main shopping precinct of Ayala Center combines affordability and luxury. Department stores like SM Makati and Landmark sell a variety of shoes, bags, clothes, accessories and housewares at reasonable prices. You can shop at mid-range stores in Glorietta or head south to Greenbelt for fancier labels and premium-brand clothing stores.

Rockwell Center’s Power Plant Mall has more upscale retailers. Venture into the modern shops of Century City Mall, also famous for Hole in the Wall, a food hall with specialty stalls serving gastronomic delights.

Weekend markets like Salcedo Saturday Market and Legazpi Sunday Market are places to find arts, crafts, jewellery and souvenirs.

Top things to buy in Makati

  • Mangoes are the Philippines’ national fruit, so dried mangoes are the quintessential souvenir. You can find them at grocery stores in SM and Landmark.
  • Kultura Filipino showcases home-grown craftsmanship with its wide selection of native bags, decor and jewellery made of local beads.
  • Team Manila is your go-to shop for hip, trendy Filipino clothing and accessories.
  • Tesoros has a collection of authentic, high-quality native crafts and local wear.

Culture & Nightlife in Makati
Makati is Manila’s culture and entertainment hub. The art scene comes to life with Art Fair Philippines, held annually in February. Makati is also known for its dynamic nightlife, which thrives well into the early morning hours.

Visit Ayala Museum to learn about Philippine history and art. You can admire contemporary design at Yuchengco Museum and explore abandoned warehouses converted into art galleries along Chino Roces Avenue.

Makati’s music scene caters to differing tastes and genres. Indie, rock and alternative music are on the menu at Saguijo while B-Side hosts live music and a weekly reggae night. 12 Monkeys Music Hall and Pub, situated in posh Century City Mall, showcases established and up-and-coming musicians and bands.

To find out what’s on in Makati, see Make It Makati.

Makati’s best bars and clubs

  • Burgos Street is Makati’s nightlife hot spot, drawing a mixed crowd of locals and expats, young and young at heart.
  • Top of the Citi, housed on a skyscraper’s highest floor, is one of Makati’s renowned rooftop bars and restaurants with custom concoctions accompanied by delectable eats.
  • Rue Bourbon is one of the city’s favourite watering holes, famous for flavoured beers. Expect elbow-to-elbow drinking until dawn.

Leisure in Makati
Makati is adjacent to Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. Tour Manila, stopping by famed spots such as Intramuros, Rizal Park, Manila Cathedral and the National Museum of the Philippines. Divisoria Market and 168 Shopping Mall have plenty of bargains. Binondo, Manila’s Chinatown, is ideal for a food tour. Night cruises offer views of Manila Bay’s iconic sunsets.

Top parks in Makati

  • Washington SyCip Park, located in Legazpi Village, is surrounded by indigenous trees and plants, as well as gazebos, sculptures and a koi pond.
  • Legazpi Active Park, also located in Legazpi Village, has a path for walking or jogging, grassy areas for games and a mini-playground for kids.
  • Jaime C. Velasquez Park, also known as Salcedo Park, is a refuge in the middle of Salcedo Village where you can take coffee breaks or play with kids on the park’s playground.

Top Rated Makati Hotels


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The hotel is centrally located in Ortigas Center. Easy to get access to Mandaluyong /Quezon City area. [Less]
Great Service
By Kendra2
A very relaxing and enjoyable stay for my family, especially with my kids.... [Less]
Excellent service
By Ehman
I always looking forward for your excellent service that is why i kept on coming back. I very thankful for those people who makes my stay a very relaxed & comfortable.. Ms jingky & sally of fab rest, [More] ms kat & tere from front desk. Everytime im here they make sure I felt like im home. [Less]
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Magnificent Staff
By H S Gill
We came on a family trip and had two rooms adjacent to each other. One with double beds and the other a handicapped king Suite, with roll in shower. All the staff was exemplary in every fashion. I [More] did notice one issue with the room with the handicapped roll in shower, the bathroom door opened backwards into the walk way rather than forwards towards the front door. Which made it difficult to get into the bathroom. Otherwise, this is a excellent property adjoining a large mall with direct access. The restaurants in the hotel are first rate as is the staff. Special mention has to go out to the manager, whose name escapes me at the moment and the reservationist Ms. PANGYARIHAN. I would highly recommend this hotel to any wheelchair bound traveler or walker user like in my case. Mobility transport available through wheelmobile. Highly Highly recommended. H S Gill [Less]
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By proflex
This was my first trip to the Philippines and we needed an overnight stay before flying home. Check in staff were very friendly and helpful. We arrived at 11:30 and they checked us in right away. Our [More] room 8003 was very clean, comfortable bed and very quiet. Enjoyed having laundry facility on site. Bell desk was extremely helpful during our stay. All staff we encountered were extremely friendly and helpful. Will defiantly stay here again when we come back. [Less]

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