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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.
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