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We recommend choosing accommodations in the Makati or Fort Bonifacio areas for close proximity to the three event venues. There are many options at different price points, depending on preference. Remember that in the Philippines, short distances can mean 30-45 minutes (or more) in travel time! The Grab app is also available in Manila for hassle free booking!
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Booking period: 25 March 2019 to 30 November 2019Stay period: 01 December 2019 to 15 February 2020*Blackout date: 31 December 2019 (Best Available Rates to apply)
Please be guided by booking procedure below:
Jon Ramos '83
La Casita Mercedes is a colonial home built in 1939 refurbished as a quaint bed and breakfast in Poblacion, Makati. Its location is just a short distance of Makati’s dining, shopping, and entertainment spots.
Antonio Jocson '83
4875 Durban St., Poblacion, Makati
• Rates from P1,500 to P2,500 per night, single to triple occupancy. VAT and Service included• À la carte Filipino and Western breakfast with a daily breakfast food credit.• Car service available at daily rates.• Laundry service available.
Established in 1983, Hotel Durban is an oasis in the middle of the Poblacion neighborhood and mere steps from Makati Avenue. With rooms ranging from singles to suites, Hotel Durban’s 40 guest rooms in a modern, art gallery setting speak directly to the needs of travelers looking for unimpeachable value, cleanliness, and attention to detail. Farfalla, its in-house Italian restaurant, specializes in fresh, handmade pasta and authentic Italian specialties; Empire Bakery & Deli focuses on traditional New York City breads, as well as house-made corned beef & pastrami sandwiches.
5177 P. Gomez St., Poblacion, Makati
• Rates from P1,300 to P1,500 per night, double to triple occupancy. VAT and Service included• Continental breakfast included. (Bialy/Kolache + brewed coffee or tea.)• Car service available at daily rates.• Laundry service available.
Newly opened in February 2019, Gomez House reflects the values and approach to hospitality of its elder sibling – Hotel Durban – but distilled to perfect essentials. A block from Makati Avenue and J.P. Rizal, Gomez House’s 13, light-filled rooms are complemented by a roof lounge / taqueria and Empire Bakery & Deli, its in-house bakery specializing in traditional New York City breads, as well as house-made corned beef & pastrami sandwiches.
Newly renovated in 2019, this Scandinavian-inspired 1-bedroom penthouse is walking distance from the hippest and most popular dining and shopping destinations in Bonifacio Global City. It has a high ceiling and large windows that fill the space with natural light, and a relaxing balcony with a spectacular city view and Manila Golf view.