Why You Should Book a Weekend Getaway at New World Makati Hotel

Located in the Philippines’ Metro Manila region, the metropolitan Makati city offers upscale shopping, delightful dining, and cultural experiences.

Suite with balcony overlooking Makati city.

1. Its prime location

When staying at New World Makati Hotel, expect to be steps away from the city’s hottest shopping, dining, and cultural sites. Situated in the heart of Makati‘s financial and commercial district, the property is located directly across the premier lifestyle shopping center Greenbelt—home to stylish bars and restaurants, upscale boutiques, a lush park, as well as a modern museum. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, you’ll be glad to know that the hotel is less than six kilometers away from Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

Inside the spacious Deluxe room.

2. The beautiful guestrooms

Guests can expect understated elegance, great service, and sociable spaces at the 580-room property, which spans superior rooms, deluxe rooms, premier rooms, Residence Club deluxe rooms, as well as suites. All rooms feature a bathroom with separate bathtub and shower, round-the-clock in-room dining, WiFi access, mini-bar, and more.

The private Residence Club Living Room offers scenic views of the city.

3. The Residence Club Privileges

For a cozy staycation, consider booking a Residence Club room, which comes with a host of privileges and perks. These include access to the private Residence Club Living Room—which offers scenic views of the city; in-room check-in and check-out; complimentary buffet breakfast; afternoon tea; evening cocktails; as well as non-alcoholic beverages. Plus, guests can enjoy, daily newspaper, fresh fruit, and complimentary pressing of one suit and shirt per stay.

The lush Greenbelt Park.

4. It’s a breeze to see the city

If you fancy heading out to explore Makati city, the hotel makes a great base. Not only is it a mere 5-minute walk to Ayala Museum, which houses ethnographic and archaeological exhibits on Filipino culture, art, and history, the hotel is also a 10-minute walk to weekend markets such as Legaspi Sunday Market and Salcedo Sunday Market. Other nearby landmarks include one of the country’s oldest churches in Makati, Sanctuario de Guadalupe, also known as Guadalupe Ruins.

Poolside hangs.

5. The little things matter

To complete your weekend getaway, don’t forget to take a dip in the hotel’s pool, complete with a poolside bar that serves all-day snacks and refreshments. Those craving for relaxation can try the traditional “hilot” massage—the Filipino art of hands-on healing using warm strips of banana leaves and virgin coconut oil.

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