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    Guest reviews in Makati


    20451 reviews from hotels in Makati with aggregated rating of 8.3/10.

    Review from various users that have stayed in Makati will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!

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    19 Dis 2022
    Broken acu, no footmat, teared beddings, blurred TV display.

    Apartments in Makati


    Makati District

    Makati -- easily one of Metro Manila’s richest cities. Known for its thriving central business district, many multinational corporations, banks, and major companies are located here. But more than being a place for nine-to-fivers, the city is also home to some of the best restaurant and bar scenes, top art galleries, high-end malls, and shops. There’s almost nothing you can’t find Makati. That’s why it is the go-to home base for travelers, whether they’re visiting for work or play. With endless trendy new restaurants popping up one after the other and a ton of timeless must-visits to boot, the colorful city never gets old.

    Why Book an Apartment for Rent in Makati

    If you’re planning to stay for more than just a couple of days, chances are that you will appreciate more breathing room. Apartments give you that, and so much more. Makati, in particular, offers a myriad of serviced apartments that would surely satisfy even the most discerning of guests.

    Unlike booking a regular room, which typically would come with just a bedroom, maybe a sitting area, and an en suite bathroom, apartments would come with a separate living area and more often than not, a kitchenette. So, aside from the welcome space, apartments in Makati are equipped with more amenities to ensure the comfort and convenience of every guest. In addition, having the option to dine in the comforts of your apartment, gives you the privacy you need after a long day.

    Types of Apartments

    When choosing an apartment for rent in Makati, you will have to think about what you need during your stay. Are you a bigger group? Are you staying for a few days? If you haven’t yet decided what kind of apartment suits you best, here are some options to help you.

    Seda Residences Makati

  • Apartments with a view - Apartments that offer views are possibly one of the most popular options for guests staying in Makati. Seeing the famous skyline at night is an experience you cannot miss. You can also choose an apartment rental in Makati that features a balcony for an even more unforgettable stay.
  • Apartments with a kitchen - Guests who are expecting to stay in the city for multiple nights will appreciate having a kitchen in their Makati apartment rental. This is mainly because eating out everyday and ordering room service will cost a lot of money. Having the luxury to prepare your own meals is not only a cheaper alternative, but it also makes the apartment feel more like home.

  • Destination Attractions & Activities

    Finding something to do in Makati will never be a problem, especially if you’re staying in the Legaspi, Salcedo, and Poblacion areas. Here are some of the things you can enjoy and experience during your stay:

    Glorietta Makati

  • Wake up early for a market day - Salcedo and Legaspi markets, which happen on Saturday and Sunday mornings, respectively, are among the musts if you find yourself in the city during weekends. The markets are filled with local food vendors that sell everything from simple daing with garlic rice to fancy grilled-cheese sandwiches. Of course, as any market should, they also have booths that sell fresh fruit and vegetables, and a couple of cool items like handmade bags and thrifted books.
  • Go on a “Pob crawl” - The Poblacion area is the place that comes to mind if you’re up for a night of drinking. The streets come alive at night with dozens of little pubs offering cheap drinks and great grub.
  • Go thrift shopping - You’d be surprised to find out that Makati is not just a place for designer brands and high-street stores. Head over to Makati Cinema Square to dig up fashionable treasure worth as low as P30 pesos.

  • Getting Around

    Makati City is about 20 to 30 minutes away from the Ninoy Aquino Airport, depending on the amount of traffic. It’s one of the easiest cities to get to as thousands of white-collar workers commute to and from every day. You can also find taxis and easily book ride-sharing services wherever you are in the city. If the day is pleasant enough, you can also walk or bike around.

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