Updated for April 2018
Makati Girl Friendly Hotels
Royal Bellagio Hotel ★★★ $52 avg/night
5010 P. Burgos Street, Poblacion, Makati, Manila, Philippines
The best selling point of the Royal Bellagio Hotel is it’s location smack in the middle of Burgos street (Manila’s red light district) it just doesn’t get any better than this! Room was a bit small but fine for a solo traveler, everything is very clean and well maintained with all the expected basic amenities: Comfortable bed, mini-bar, A/C, TV with a good choice of channels and a very friendly and helpful staff. Only downside I could think of was the missing in room safety box. TIP: Try to get a room higher up to avoid street noise.
Girl Friendly policy reply by the Royal Bellagio Hotel “Sir all room are good for 2 persons regarding visitor policy sir its up to you if you want to register her or not for unregistered guest we have to call you every time visitor will leave the room, and she must bring a valid id and register on our visitors logbook.”
Makati Palace Hotel ★★★ $53 avg/night
5011 P. Burgos Corner Canceres Sts, Makati, Manila, Philippines
Location doesn’t get any better than this in Makati! Just on the corner of Burgos street and it’s girlie bars, everything you may need is with-in walking distance. My room had a terrific view over Manila and it was quite big. The king size bed was pretty comfortable and despite the heavy traffic noise in the morning I slept well. Minibar prices are ridiculously high but there is a 7-eleven on the corner where you can get everything you need to fill it up at a fraction of the price. In the end I feel for the price of the rooms and prime location, the hotel was very good value for my money. I would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone looking for cheap affordable accommodation.
Girl Friendly policy reply by the Makati Palace Hotel: “Thank you for the interest staying in our hotel. We are the friendliest hotel in Makati, that’s why we are allowing joiner to stay with the guest overnight without any charge except that we would be asking a valid identification and need to register for our guest safety. We are looking forward in welcoming you and your guest! Thank you. Best Regards, Shiela.”
LPL Suites Greenbelt ★★ $56 avg/night
112 LPL Tower, Legaspi Street, Makati, Manila, Philippines
Don’t worry to much about the rundown looks of the building exterior, once inside the LPL Suites, you’ll be greeted by the cozy and warm ambiance of the reception. Overall, I’ve been quite satisfied with the standards of the apartment. The hall, rooms and dining area are all very clean. The hot water was always available quickly upon turning on the shower and the best part of it, the hotel is situated just opposite to Greenbelt 5.. In the end beyond our expectation for a budget apartment stay in this prime location.
Girl Friendly policy reply by LPL Suites Greenbelt: “Thank you for your interest and we are pleased to inform you that its okay to bring a companion every night as long as he/she presents an ID at the front desk officer for identification and security purposes and of course with your permission.”
Best Western Oxford Suites Makati ★★★ $57 avg/night
Durban corner P Burgos Streets, Makati, Manila, Philippines
Oxford Suites is also located right in the heart of the night life of Makati… Clearly that’s not for families as it’s on the corner of Burgos Street with its go-go bars and all that entails. Room was spacious and clean, the furniture, TV, Air Con and bathroom all in good condition, staff friendly and the food was awesome, I noticed only one minor problems as the water pressure was a bit on the low side.
Girl Friendly policy reply by the Best Western Oxford Suites Makati: “Please be advised that we do allow unregistered visitors to stay overnight without additional joiner’s fee, but as a standard security measure (especially for the safety of our guests), we recommend a valid ID be left at the security desk.”
Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences ★★★★ $105 avg/night
119 LP Leviste Street, Salcedo Village, Makati, Manila, Philippines
The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences is located a very short walk from Greenbelt, where the neighborhood is safe and clean. So you won’t really need a taxi or a driver to get around anywhere in Makati from here. The rooms and amenities are outstanding, Ultra modern, clean and and comfortable. Same goes for the bathroom. Also, excellent in-room WiFi connection.
Girl Friendly policy reply from the Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences: “Our rooms have a maximum occupancy of 2 adults. Shall there be third person to occupy the room, an additional charge of 1250php per night shall apply. As long as you do not exceed to the maximum occupancy there would be no charge for any extra person for the stay.”
New World Makati City ★★★★★ $142 avg/night
Esperanza Street corner Makati Avenue, Ayala Center, Makati, Manila, Philippines
Hotel is centrally located in the Makati district just to Greenbelt! A place where you can be sure not to be hassled by beggars and peddlers of all sorts in a very secure environment. To keep it short… Everything was perfect, to the soft beds and pillows to the amenities available in the rooms. Great view of the business district from the window. They also have a nice pool, a number of bars and restaurants to choose from and spa services. Only downside is the bathtub that I felt was a bit too small to use if you are a tall sized European (No biggie) and that there was no free wifi or internet connection.
Guest Friendly policy reply by the New World Hotel Makati City:“Regarding your inquiry for the additional guest, our room only rates are good for 1 or 2 persons. We only require additional charge for the third person which is Php 1000 and Php 1500 if it is with breakfast. Regards, Angelique Abalon, Reservations Department.”
Peninsula Hotel Manila ★★★★★ $194 avg/night
Corner of Ayala and Makati Avenues, Makati, Manila, Philippines
The Manila Peninsula is a lovely, well run, top of the line hotel in Makati, the modern central district of Manila. The hotel doesn’t have all the polished opulence of the Hong Kong Peninsula, but Manila’s not HK after all. The rooms are large, very well equipped and attractively decorated. The beds well, once you drop into it you are guaranteed a blissful night’s sleep. Everything is clean and everything works perfectly as would be expected by a 5 star establishment. Breakfast is simply outstanding, something I looked forward to each morning.. There is extensive security entering the grounds, which reflects the reality of life in Manila rather than on the hotel. The level of service is typical of any five star Asian hotels.
Guest Friendly policy reply by the Peninsula Manila: “Please be advised that the hotel does not charge joiner fee as long as it will only be for overnight (excluding breakfast) and the name of the joiner will be registered with the Front Desk.”
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