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Top Makati Boutique Hotels

The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences
4 out of 5
119 L P Leviste Street, Salcedo Village, Makati, Manila
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The price is $69 per night from Apr 20 to Apr 21
4.5/5Wonderful! (995 reviews)
"If you are subjected to the current mandatory 7 day hotel "quarantine," then this hotel is a good choice because rooms have a balcony. Thus, you can get outside, and are not stuck inside a sealed hotel room for 7 days. The 7 days locked away is not easy, and awaiting testing and results becomes stressful ..."

Reviewed on Mar 15, 2021

The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences
Hotel Celeste
3.5 out of 5
02 San Lorenzo Drive, Corner Arnaiz Avenue, Makati, Manila
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4.3/5Excellent! (367 reviews)
"Staff excellent, very helpful Room design odd esp toilet bathroom door Location somewhat noisey on very busy corner, but location very handy to Green Belt, Landmark etc Breakfast very good"

Reviewed on Mar 9, 2020

Hotel Celeste
OYO 146 Solace Hotel
2 out of 5
9639 Kamagong, San Antonio Village, Solace Hotel, Makati
The price is $40 per night from May 8 to May 9
4.3/5Excellent! (100 reviews)
"Accommodating and very pleasant staff. The place itself is worth the price. Would recommend."

Reviewed on Feb 18, 2021

OYO 146 Solace Hotel
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Astoria Greenbelt
3 out of 5
914 Arnaiz Avenue (Formerly Pasay Road), Makati, Manila
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4.2/5Very Good! (338 reviews)
Great hotel.value for money.nice breakfast
"As always, I had a great stay..Sadly I need to check out earlier as expected....All hotel staff assigned in dining area are all friendly and accomodating. I Luv the breakfast too! Receptionists are all OK.probably new A little smile will make a great improvement though. We always stay here each time ..."

Reviewed on Mar 19, 2020

Astoria Greenbelt
Guijo Suites Makati
3 out of 5
Guijo, 7644, Makati, National Capital Region
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4.2/5Very Good! (996 reviews)
"Everything was good despite the conditions I had from my first hotel..."

Reviewed on Jan 30, 2020

Guijo Suites Makati
Hotel Durban
3 out of 5
4875 Durban Street, Makati, NCR
The price is $34 per night from May 8 to May 9
4.1/5Very Good! (374 reviews)
"Nice hotel, convenient location. Pillows were too hard for my liking"

Reviewed on Mar 15, 2020

Hotel Durban
MNL Boutique Hostel
2 out of 5
4688 VALDEZ ST. COR SANTIAGO ST., POBLACION, Makati, National Capital Region
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4/5Very Good! (54 reviews)
A good layover hostel in Manila
"the dorm room with AC is great. Many shower rooms and toilets. Out of bath tower for almost the entire day. Staff not very attentive."

Reviewed on Dec 6, 2017

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Makati Crown Regency Hotel
4 out of 5
1026 A. Arnaiz Avenue, San Lorenzo Village, Makati, Manila
The price is $80 per night from Apr 21 to Apr 22
3.3/5 (459 reviews)
Nice but cable tv doesn't work...
"It was a quick and friendly checkin.Only disappointment was multinational cable tv which didn't work during my whole stay."

Reviewed on Mar 8, 2020

Makati Crown Regency Hotel
Casa Amapola Manila
3 out of 5
257 Amapola St., Palm Village, Makati
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2.8/5 (5 reviews)
Comforting place in Manila
"They have put me in much nicer place than what I paid for. The caretaker - Mimi is soo helpful In any request so kind and warm. Trees and veranda are so nice"

Reviewed on Nov 27, 2017

Casa Amapola Manila
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Where Should I Stay in Makati?

Looking for a unique place to stay for your visit to Makati? If you want to find a smaller hotel with terrific service, a personal feel, and good ambiance, a boutique hotel may be exactly what you want. Pick from 10 boutique-style accommodations in Makati to find a property that represents the local spirit of this area.

Guests say they like these boutique accommodations in Makati:

Casa Amapola Manila: 3-star B&B with 6 guestrooms. Enjoy the free breakfast, free parking, and free WiFi.

Solace Hotel Makati: 3-star hotel with 41 guestrooms. This property offers a restaurant, spa services, and free parking. Expedia travelers like its breakfast and comfortable beds.

Lorenzzo Suites Hotel: 2.5-star hotel with 21 guestrooms. Take advantage of this property's free parking, in-room massages, and free WiFi. Our guests enjoy the clean rooms and attentive staff.

Hotel Celeste: 3.5-star hotel with 30 guestrooms. Provides guests with a restaurant, a bar, and free valet parking. Reviews say the guestroom size and overall value are noteworthy.

MNL Boutique Hostel: Has 12 guestrooms. Guests can enjoy amenities such as free breakfast, free parking, and a computer station.

What Should I See and Do in Makati?

After you've decided where to stay in lively Makati, figure out some fun things to do on your trip. The bars, shopping, and cultural attractions are just some of the things to enjoy while you're in the area.

Makati is also well liked for its:
  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Entertainment
  • Live music
  • Festivals

Top activities and sights around Makati include SM Mall of Asia, Ayala Center, and Resorts World Manila. While you're here, make sure you don't miss Baywalk, Rizal Park, and Manila Ocean Park.

When Should I Plan a Trip to Makati?

If you're curious about the local weather, you can use this info to plan your Makati getaway:

  • Hottest months: May, April, March, and June, with an average temperature of 92°F
  • Coldest months: March, February, December, and January, with an average temperature of 69°F
  • Driest months: January, February, March, and April, with an average rainfall of 0.59 inches
  • Rainiest months: July, August, September, and June, with an average rainfall of 14.44 inches

Getting Around Makati

The closest major airport is in Manila (MNL-Ninoy Aquino Intl.), which is located 3.7 mi (5.9 km) from the heart of the city. You can take advantage of metro transit at Buendia Station, Ayala Station, and Ayala Center Station. If you want to journey outside of the city, hop aboard a train from Manila Pasay Road Station, Manila EDSA Station, or Manila Buenidia Station.

Frequently asked questions

Searching for a stylish accommodation for your visit to Makati?
A boutique hotel may be just what you want if you like small hotels with personalized service and great atmosphere. Pick from 9 boutique accommodations in Makati to find a property that characterizes the uniqueness of this destination.
What's the best boutique-style hotel in Makati?
Casa Amapola Manila is a favorite 3-star B&B with our travelers looking for a stylish accommodation, featuring 6 guestrooms, a restaurant, and free breakfast. Hotel Celeste and The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences are a couple of other boutique hotels.
How many boutique hotels are there in Makati?
Expedia has 9 boutique hotels in Makati.
What's there to see and do in Makati?
The bars, shopping, and cultural attractions are just some of the things to enjoy while you’re in the area. Major sights and activities around Makati include Glorietta Mall, Fort Bonifacio, and Venice Grand Canal Mall. While you’re here, make sure you don’t miss Resorts World Manila, City of Dreams Manila, and SM Mall of Asia.
What kind of weather should I plan for when I travel to Makati?
Having a good idea of the weather in Makati will help you enjoy your stay to the fullest. The hottest months are usually April and May with an average temp of 82°F, while the coldest months are January and February with an average of 79°F. The rainiest months in Makati are July, August, September, and June, with each month seeing an average of 14 inches of rainfall.
What's the best way to get to my boutique hotel in Makati?
You have a few options for getting to and around Makati. The closest major airport is Ninoy Aquino Intl. Airport (MNL), which is located 3.7 mi (6 km) from the heart of the city. You can walk to nearby metro stations including Buendia Station, Ayala Station, and Ayala Center Station. If you’d like to explore more of the area, ride aboard a train from Manila Pasay Road Station, Manila EDSA Station, or Manila Buenidia Station.

Recent reviews of Makati hotels

The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences
Airy,Clean, w/micro. Top locale Great for Quartne
5 / 5 Excellent
Great clean room with microwave. Rooms are good, location great ... good service. Best if you will come to sleep and just use room. Used for Quarantine. Got one of the new rooms -- superior. Stayed locked in room until allowed out. I usually stay at Shangri La or Hyatt- no need since all i would only be in the room. Happily surprised with room at 70%savings vs similar quality rooms in manila Room was clean spacious airy full of light with a balcony. Bed tv and desk were of similar quality to top hotels. Lobby and hallways was dated. Did not matter since spent 5min total from car they sent to pick me up until i was in the room. It had a microwave, bar sink& plates. Perfect for food that had to ordered in due to Q. Centrally located to many resto with great menus.
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