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BSA Towers: "Best Place to Stay in Makati City" Philippines Hotel Tip by ejagape

Philippines Hotels: 151 reviews and 208 photos

  it's the tallest building in the area--easy to see
by ejagape

This hotel is right where you want to be! It's just across the street from the Greenbelt 1, and so convenient.

The hotel staff were friendlly and immediately helpful when we needed something like tissue or a newspaper.

Every morning there was a free breakfast delivered from a local restaurant. You could get eggs, bacon and toast, or cereal, or fresh fruit, etc.

The room was huge! There was a living/dining room, a small kitchen, and a separate bedroom with a good view of the greenbelt--very pretty!

Some items were a bit old in the room and the mirror was cracked. It's not a 5 star hotel, but it was clean, well serviced and had the best location of the 4 hotels I've stayed in while in Makati.

Unique Qualities: Pool on the top floor (didn't visit)

Restaurants are right across the street (Chili's, Pizza Hut, Cheesecake and Coffee, Pancake House, etc).

I saw 2 internet cafes within 1 min. of the hotel

The Greenbelt and Glorietta are right nextdoor (you have to walk through the greenbelt shopping area to get to the Glorietta mall)

A great Spa is across the street (aaah! about $12 for an hour massage and it's a VERY classy place)

Try for a cheap internet rate.
We stayed in the 1-bedroom suite for $40 USD a night. If you wait until you get to the hotel to pay, it's $120/night!

Ah, I'll just list what facilities that have:
List of Facilities :

Air conditioning
Banquet facilities
Barber & beauty salon

Business centre
Doctor on call
Fitness centre
Foreign exchange
Hot / Cold water
Jogging track
Mini bar
Non-smoking rooms
Room service
Satellite / Cable TV
Sauna / Spa
Swimming (outdoor)
Tea / Coffee facilities
TV cable

Address: 108 Legaspi St., Legaspi Village, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines
Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: To take a taxi, simply tell him: Makati city, Legaspi Village, 108 Legaspi Street.

It will cost less than 100 pesos from the International Airport.

Price: US$40-80
Theme: Hotel

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Oct 4, 2004
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