No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Makati
... in the meantime... We didn't fly out from Caticlan airport which is Boracays closest airport, just a quick ferry and bus off the island. Today we flew from Kalibo International airport. Well I was hoping that since this is an international airport, it would be a half decent airport with things to do, considering that Caticlan is a cow paddock with a shed... I was very wrong. Raising the level of worst airport in the world over LCCT in KL is Kalibo. Facilities were pretty hopeless ...
... and we trapse off round the park, which in all fairness is reasonably lovely. There are people selling kebabs with cheese for 80p, (I dont buy one here either) and hats depicting the minions from despicable me. I am very tempted to buy one as they are very silly. The whole park is centered by a giant fountain, in which the are some people are washing, wading and swimming. There's also a bunch of busts/statues of important Philippinos. More finger up nose shots and there's ...
... food court. This was not your everyday Clackamas Town Center food court, this had everything, and it all looked good. We chose some traditional Filipino food of lumpia, pancit, and BBQ pork. The food was great as we chowed down talking about the craziness that was Manila.
Arhon had to go pick up Jon back at the hotel after his massage so he left us to wonder. There were all sorts of stores carrying everything for a lot cheaper than you ...
... saw that there was a barely 4 foot tall girl standing behind him, no heel in the world could have given her the chance to see the stage over Taylor. Kailey had bad luck near the end of the show, in the form of a giant white sweaty man (and no it wasn't Taylor!) who stood in front of her the rest of the show. Yesterday we went to Rizal Park. This national park is dedicated to Jose Rizal who was executed while fighting for Philippines independence from Spain and is ...
... districts. Bustling commerce and some of the most historically and culturally significant iconic landmarks in the country, as well as the seat of the executive and judicial branches of the government are found in the city. Manila is also home to ...
How has this hostel rated in the past?
More great choices in Makati
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Makati
TravelPod Member ReviewsMakati Apartelle
Make sure to print a map before getting in the taxi. We spent almost 2 hours in a taxi. The manila drivers will try to fix a price (never in your favor) so get the meter running, and make sure he actually knows where it is.
The place it self, is nice and clean, but the neighborhood is dirty and unattractive. As a turist you get a lot of unwanted attention in the streets around the Makati Apartelle, and it's difficult to get a cap.
The rooms are nice and big. It's actually a small apartment rather then a room. That said it's to expensive, the location considered.
Nice place. Bad location.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.