Makati Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMakati Palace Hotel
This hotel was a bit of an improvement over Tune Hotel. The room is a bit larger. But, at more than 4x the price, I was left wondering what the appeal happened to be. One thing the hotel did have is a nice hot shower. Aside from that, the service and food was just bad. If you are in Makati, stay at the Tune hotel instead. A little smaller but much better value!
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