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HOTEL REVIEW: City Garden Hotel Makati

City Garden Hotel Makati Review

Whenever friends would ask me "where is the best place to stay in Metro Manila," I would always recommend the City of Makati. That's because the city is strategically located to almost everything. It's near the historic city of Manila, the business district of Bonifacio Global City and the entertainment city of Pasay-Parañaque areas. Best of all, if you're traveling, Makati is also near the bus stations in Pasay-EDSA and just a few kilometers away to the 4 terminals of Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

City Garden Hotel Makati Review

If you're looking for affordable yet classy hotels in Makati City, one of my most recommended is City Garden Hotel Makati. Located along Makati Avenue, it's convenient location is near the city's business, commercial and entertainment districts.

Just recently, we were invited by City Garden Hotel Makati for a much needed staycation in the city and to check out their facilities and amenities.

City Garden Hotel Makati Review

Upon arrival at the hotel, we were hospitably welcomed by the hotel staff and greeted us with warm smiles. We then proceeded to the front desk to check-in. It was fast and a efficient. It only took us about 5 minutes and we were given the electronic key cards of room.

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Executive Deluxe Room


Our room is a well-appointed Executive Deluxe Room (Check room availability and discounted rates online) equipped with essential amenities needed for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Designed for business and leisure travelers, it has one queen size bed complemented with clean white sheets, fluffy pillows and thick comforter. The room is characterized with shades of white and earth tone colors which create a relaxing and calming ambiance, which I like!

City Garden Hotel Makati Review

Other room amenities include an en suite toilet and bath, an individually-controlled and silent airconditioning unit, cabinet, luggage rack, LCD television set with cable channels, a work desk with mirror, a small living area, and a mini bar with refrigerator and coffee & tea-making facilities.

City Garden Hotel Makati Review

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The en suite toilet and bath is well-lit, spacious, and very clean. There's a bath tub/shower area with hot and cold shower, a spacious sink, and a water closet. The water pressure is good and the water closet has a bidet.

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It also comes with basic toiletries and bathroom amenities such as shampoo, bath gel, bath soap, and dental & vanity care kits. The bath towels are soft and all smell fresh! I couldn't ask for more, all I need are already here!

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Food & Beverage Services


City Garden Hotel Makati has two dining outlets such as The Bistro and the Encima Roofdeck Restaurant. (See reviews online)

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The buffet breakfast that comes with every booking at the hotel is served at The Bistro from 6:00 am to 10:00 am. The buffet table has a wide array of carefully selected dishes that will surely be a delight to every guest. Ala carte menu is also available during lunch and dinner, making it a popular venue for meetings and an excellent spot for casual dining with family and friends.

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The menu changes everyday, do, even if you're staying for more than one night, you won't get bored with their breakfast buffet. Highly commendabe were the restaurant staff. They are courteous and always attentive to the needs of the guests. We really had an awesome breakfast at The Bistro restaurant.

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In-room Dining Service


If you're too lazy to go out, you may also enjoy the hotel's in-room dining service. Their menu has a wide selection of delectable dishes to choose from.

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Swimming Pool


Located 22 floors up at the hotel's rooftop is a beautiful outdoor swimming pool with lounges, chairs and tables catering to the guests' needs for a relaxing and comfortable stay. This is where We spent most of our time just lounging at the comfortable chairs at the pool side while watching the sunset and the beautiful view of the city.

Where to Stay in Makati

Where to Stay in Makati

What I love most is the pool's mini Jacuzzi which gives a relaxing dip with its warm bubbling water. The best time to swim is early morning or in the late afternoon with the stunning views of the sunset and the city as your backdrop while enjoying a glass of fresh fruit shake from the roof deck restaurant open from 4:00 PM to 12:00 MN.

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What a beautiful way to end the day! This breathtaking #sunset was taken from the penthouse of @citygardenhotelmakati overlooking the city! ❤❤❤

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Other Facilities and Amenities


An exciting array of hotel facilities and amenities await every guest of City Garden Hotel Makati. Aside from the restaurants and the swimming pool, they also have a Gym and Fitness Center that is free to use for guests, La Famosa Wellness Spa which is the perfect sanctuary to have relaxing massage after a long day, and several function rooms ideal as venue for private, corporate and other social events such as wedding receptions, birthdays, business meetings and conventions. (See reviews online)

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WIFI Internet Connection


Complimentary WIFI internet connection is available anywhere in the hotel. Connection is fast and reliable. I loved it! So, if you're someone who likes to be online most of the time or needs to connect to the internet for work, you'll definitely enjoy the hotel's free internet access.

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Published Rates


You may check room availability and updated room rates at their website www.citygardenhotelmakati.com. Standard check-in time is at 2:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 noon. Children can stay in the room at no extra cost (without extra bed). Maximum number of persons allowed to stay in the room depends on the room type booked.

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For best rates, discounts, and hotel deals, I highly recommend that you book your room at City Garden Hotel Makati via Traveloka.com. (Click here to check room availability and discounted rates online).

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Overall, we had a very comfortable and memorable stay at City Garden Hotel. It is an ideal place to stay in Makati City business and leisure travelers who want to maximize their budget without sacrificing accessibility, safety and comfort.


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With its superb amenities, highly commendable customer service, proximity to the entertainment centers, restaurants, shopping mall and other commercial establishments, every peso you spend at the hotel is all worth it. We truly enjoyed our stay and it definitely exceeded my expectations. I'm giving it my two thumbs up!


ALSO READ: List of Best Hotels and Hostels in Makati City

City Garden Hotel Makati

Address: 7870 Makati Avenue corner Durban St.,Poblacion Makati City, Philippines 1210
Telephone Number: +63-2-899-1111
Website: www.citygardenhotelmakati.com

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