Ratings based on 209 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Saudi Arabia
Club room is awesome and is worth the pricePosted Jul 31, 2014
Pros: The bed and pillows are really, really nice.
Cons: I keep thinking and I cannot come up with anything.
Location: It is very close to the Hard Rock Cafe, SM, Glorieta, many restaurants and a 7-11. The taxi to the airport is only 300 pesos and is less than 30 min.
The club room seems exensive at first glance but when you consider it is a larger room, you get free cocktails in the evening and breakfast is included the price ends up being very reasonable.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler from london
very comfortable hotel in business district.Posted Jul 2, 2014
Pros: staff, scrummy food
Location: in business district, great for the biz traveller
everything about hotel was excellent, except the bathroom; couldn't turn on the taps! night time staff were superbly discreet.
by A verified traveler from Yokosuka, Japan
Some racist staff membersPosted Jun 25, 2014
Cons: Friendly transportation and business center staff, but rude/racist front desk staff. Housekeeping needs to vacuum every time they clean. Free wifi.
Arrived in the afternoon and was quickly greeted by staff members manning the doors. 3 reception desks were available each assisting a guest. I was the first in line next to be assisted. I have been waiting for 20 minutes and still the reception clerks were not done with their guests. More guests lined up behind me, Filipinos and Chinese, about 4 groups. Then, a couple Westerners (Anglo folks) arrived at around 25 minutes after I have stood in line. A male staff member standing at one of the reception desks quickly showed them to one of the reception desks that just became available. SO, the Anglo customers were assisted right away. I did not complain because after less than 1 minute I was already called by the next reception desk. The female clerk was friendly, though she had hints of racism. I asked if the hotel offers mileage points for airlines. She answered, "Yes, but your rate must be at least 6,000 pesos a night." That's it. She never bothered to check that I paid over 8,000 pesos a night for my room, which would have qualified me for the mileage. She quickly wrapped up checking me in, told me that wifi is not included and I have to pay to use it, though never bothered to offer wifi. I asked what restaurants they have. She said there's a Chinese restaurant Tin Hau on the second floor, and Tivoli which is "a fancy restaurant and expensive." I was not done asking her questions when she called the person next in line behind me. Housekeeping did not vacuum.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
great staffPosted May 15, 2014 on Hotels.com
The staff is great, rooms are a bit in need of updating/renovation.
for Everyoneby im from london
Nice hotel in MakatiPosted May 12, 2014
Very nice hotel. High standard facilities (spa, Livoti restaurant, hairdresser). The hotel missed one of my transfers from the airport which was not very pleasant but the manager offered me the transfer to the airport. Better to communicate with them by email rather than phone.
for Everyoneby ravi from singapore
Hotel staff are very help and friendly .Posted May 11, 2014
Pros: The gym was good , and the steam room was near the gym that was good .
Cons: Can inform the guest if they like to go to the near by shopping center or restaurant they hotel provide free bus ride when they check in
Location: Hotel was not near the shopping center but they provide free bus ride . That's good
I stayed for 4 days . The food at breakfast was great . Service was good at the breakfast area . They have Indian breakfast in the morning which most hotel in Manila don't have which is good for Indians who miss that .
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted May 1, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Getaway With Friendsby Munchkin from Hawaii
If ur a snob, u will like this place.Posted Apr 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
Nice hotel, but i am jus an ordinary person, if i was a snob I would stay there again.
by jean from dallas
old hotel which hasn't held its luxury standardPosted Apr 21, 2014
Pros: not much, but the location.
although rooms are fonctional, it does not look like any maintenance, even less upgrades, have been made for the last 30 years. dirty hallways, torn wallpaper, blackened AC vent.
for Everyoneby Neilpenguin from Shetland
Best Staff EverPosted Apr 15, 2014
Pros: Attentative and friendly staff
Location: Makati nightlife in the main centerred on P. Burgos Street, which is about 5 mins stroll away. Also Hard Rock Cafe (my favourite) is a short walk away
From the outset, at my arrival, the hotel staff made me feel very welcome and safe. They were going to look after me, and they did, without being pushy or in your face, they were just alwayas available to help or advise. The hotel Limo service is fantastic, meaning you dont have to take any chances with dodgy metered taxis (which are not really that bad, but using Limos removesd the risk). Location is pretty good, with bars and restaurants within easy 10 minute walking (or less) in both directions on Makati Avenue. Nightlife in P Burgos Street is hectic and in your face, from about 10pm onwards. Bar prices are OK and feels fairly safe. Mandarin has live music every night (see JP in Martinis Bar)until 1:00am. Some really good bands. All in all it was a great experience, and I will definately stay there again