Cheap Hotels in Makati

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Durban Street, Corner Makati Avenue, Makati (Show Map)
<p><b>Property Location</b> <br />With a stay at Destination Hotel at Sunette Tower in Makati (Downtown), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of SM Mall of Asia and Rizal Park.  This hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from A. Venue Mall and 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from... (Show More)
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Makati is the center of commerce and business in Metro Manila. It is a city bustling with life and is ready to be explored. It can be a fast-paced and intimidating city where you can get easily overwhelmed by everything, from the designer and expensive malls to the busy office workers and just a whole lot of surprises. Makati is a place for everyone, and even if you are on a budget, there is just something for you—all you have to do is explore.

Makati is filled with hotels of all types up to the brim. From five-star establishments to midrange accommodations, there is a fitting choice for any kind of traveller. If you are a budget traveller, you’ll certainly find a place to stay in Makati.


Tips on Getting Cheaper Bookings

The best way to get cheaper bookings is to always plan your trip ahead of time and book a few weeks, though ideally months, in advance to get cheaper rates and make use of promos and sales. Though there are also some occasional promos that are exclusive for last minute bookings, you are guaranteed to spend less money if you book ahead of time.

Makati has dozens of hotels to choose from, and you can check this out on TravelBook.ph, complete with all the filters for your convenience. If you are looking to get even better deals, download the TravelBook.ph mobile app and get exclusive additional discounts. Furthermore if you are a card holder of UnionBank, BDO, or Security Bank you can get an additional 10% off on top of the initial discounts.

By creating a free account with TravelBook.ph, you gain access to exclusive insider deals that only members can avail of. You will also have access to the special Pay at Hotel, No Credit Card needed payment method where you can reserve a room without the need for a credit card or any initial payment. This works well in Makati because there is an abundance of banks and ATMs you can pass by before heading to your hotel for check-in.

In addition, signing up for a free TravelBook.ph account allows you to rack up points that you can use to help pay for future bookings. For every booking you make, you get back 5% of your total spending in the form of reward points. Each reward point is equal to PHP 1.00. You can then use them to help lower the room rates the next time you book.


Recommended Hotels in Makati with Cheap Rates

If you want to book affordable hotels in Makati, the best thing you can do is go with a group so you can split the price equally and pay for less. Another alternative is to book hostels and dormitels, which are just as good and as clean as a normal hotel. If you only intend on using the accommodation as a place to crash after a night out, you may want to consider checking out these establishments.

Depending on your budget, you can book affordable hotels in Makati with a price range of PHP 600.00 up to PHP 2,000.00. Some of TravelBook.ph’s recommended picks include VIP Suite Hotel Makati, Mpt Suites Makati, 24H Apartment Hotel Makati, and Aurumone Makati. Most of them have amenities like air conditioning, free WiFi, hot and cold shower, and free breakfast for two.


Affordable Activities in Makati

When you think of activities in Makati, the perception is almost always something expensive and unaffordable if you are on a budget. But that is really not the case as there are lots of things to do even if you’re limiting your expenses. You can visit the various parks in Makati like Ayala Triangle Gardens, Washington SyCip Park, Greenbelt Park, and Jaime C. Velasquez Park. Feel free to be one with nature with the soothing breeze and numerous trees or break a sweat by running around or joining in the fitness activities done by the locals.  

For only PHP 100.00, you can already enjoy a visit to the Yuchengco Musuem. Opened in 2005, the museum features the vast art collection of diplomat and businessman Alfonso T. Yuchengco and aims to promote Filipino and Filipino-Chinese visual arts. It houses some of the finest works of artists like Juan Luna, Botong Francisco, Fernando Amorsolo, Napoleon Abueva, Vicente Manansala, and many more.


Affordable Shopping in Makati

With malls like Glorietta and Greenbelt, it can be hard to believe that there can be places in Makati where you can shop for quality items and clothes that aren’t in a thrift store. The best example is The Landmark. Making affordable deals since 1988, The Landmark offers you an alternative to the shopping centers above and gives you great deals for toys, clothes, and other accessories. You can easily buy outfits for everyone in the family and a whole wardrobe for you without burning a hole in your pocket. They also have a grocery store and food court at the basement level.

Another place to check out for some cheap finds in Makati is Makati Cinema Square. Before the glitzy and lavish malls of present day Makati became its major draws, this beloved establishment was one of the top places for shopping in the city. It no longer has cinemas or high-end boutiques but it has thrift shops selling second hand clothes, shoes, accessories, and bags.  


Affordable Dining in Makati

Another great thing about Makati is that there is an abundance of places where you can dine in without having to spend much. Looking for an alternative to the expensive Japanese restaurants inside malls? Head out to Little Tokyo where you’ll find several Japanese restaurants that serve your favorite ramen, sushi, okonomiyaki, and tonkatsu that are guaranteed authentic, but way more affordable. Every Saturday, you can also troop to Salcedo Saturday Market and Legaspi Sunday Market for some cheap quick meals like burgers, barbecue, rice toppings, shawarma, and more. There are also some fresh organic vegetables and artisanal coffee and tea concoctions.