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Makati Hotel

Makati Hotel.

While being the center of the entertainment and financial hub of the country, Makati is also home to many embassies from around the world.

With the influx of heavy international travellers, the ambiance of Makati City is definitely one which international travellers are used to and with the every increasing international flavour of visitors, it is also not surprising that Makati can boast of having the widest choices of international 5 star Makati hotel in Metro Manila.

However Makati hotels are not just limited to 5 stars hotels.

In fact, there is a whole range of hotels in Makati to suit all manner of budget.

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Makati Hotel - Types of Accommodation

As mentioned above, there is a whole range of hotels in Makati that a traveller can choose to stay at.

The international 5 star hotels in Makati are mainly located along Ayala Avenue, the “Orchard road” of Manila, Ayala Center and Makati Avenue.

Along Ayala Avenue, you will find the Intercontinental Hotel Makati City, Shangri La Hotel Makati City and the Peninsula Hotel Makati City.

In Ayala center, you will find the Dusit Thani Hotel Makati City and the Ascott Residence Makati City.

You will find most of the 4 star Makati hotels along Makati Avenue, there are also a number of 5 stars hotels located here as well.

The 5 star Mandarin Oriental Hotel Makati City is situated here on Makati Avenue.

However, the majority of Makati hotels here are classified as 4 star hotels.

There are also quite a few 3 star hotels along Makati Avenue.

The rate for some of these 3 star hotels are actually quite reasonable, starting from around 1700php per night.

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Makati Hotel - Why stay in Makati

As Makati is the entertainment and shopping paradise of the Philippines, foreigners will feel much more at ease and at home here than elsewhere in the Philippines.

Makati is also the focal point for many expatriates and hence the main lingua franca spoken here is English rather than Tagalog.

Makati Hotel - Choices of food

Apart from the superb shopping in Makati, the choices of cuisine found in Makati is not lacking in any way too.

Apart from local fares, Makati boasts of many international class bars and restaurants, like the Hard Rock Cafe.

It is easy to find restaurants that serve the kind of food that you want to savour, be it Japanese (Isshin Japanese Restaurant), Korean (Korea Garden Restaurant) or Italian (Don Henrico's Restaurant) if the local fare is not to your preference.

Makati Hotel – Entertainment

In the entertainment department, Makati is certainly not lacking in anyway. Numerous bars are there to cater for the large expat population that are staying in Makati.

Hence, it is not surprising for you to find a British pub like the Woodman’s Head, at 5043/47 P. Burgos serving cider right in Makati!

Makati Shopping

As one of the most progressive cities in the Philippines, Makati has several outstanding shopping malls to wet the appetite of even the most avid shopper.

You can easily find many international brands at malls like Park Square, the Greenbelt Malls, the Glorietta Malls and the Landmark Mall. The list of shops found at these malls is almost endless.

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Makati Transportation

Getting around Makati is also easy.

It is well serviced by the Metro Rail Transit System (MRT) and taxis, you need not worry about how to get from point A to point B if you are unfamiliar with the buses and jeepney routes.

In Makati alone, there are four (4) MRT stations, Ayala Station, Buendia Station, Guadalupe Station and Magallanes Station making moving around relatively easy and cheap.

Makati Safety

Being a tourist hot spot, Makati is relatively safe for a tourist to walk around and go sightseeing.

Of course, crime of opportunity does exist as with anywhere else in the world, violent crime is comparatively rare in Makati.

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