Centrally located in the so-called "Wall Street of the Philippines", New World Makati Hotel is a luxury oasis in the heart of Manila.
They very sweetly greeted us with a fruit platter each:
New World Makati Hotel offers three categories of room: Superior Room, Deluxe Room and Premier Room.
The Residence Club is located on the 24th floor and features the Residence Club Library and the Living Room.
Anyone who has been watching our daily vlogs will know of my constant search for good cheese in South East Asia, well we finally found some here, along with amazing fresh French bread, delicious soups, fruits, cute little cakes, salads, sliced cold meats. It was all delicious!
We also had breakfast at the Living Room which, surprise surprise, was delicious. There were all the usual breakfast choices: breads, jams, yoghurt, juices, coffee, tea, but they also had a menu for our 'main'. On the first morning we ordered poached eggs and bacon (and were ecstatic to see baked beans too)!
On the second morning we had French toast and it was the best we've ever had.
The Communications Executive had afternoon coffee with us and then kindly took us on a tour of the hotel. The tour revealed to us just how well equipped the hotel is to host absolutely every kind of event imaginable. There are 1,800 square metres of multi-functional event venues, including a 675 square metre ballroom, numerous meeting rooms, a beautiful Glasshouse and Gallery - venues with their own residential style kitchen for meetings, conferences, weddings and other events.
- Cafe 1228, with interactive live cooking stations
- The Lounge, with a relaxed atmosphere in the day and live entertainment in the evenings
- Jasmine, a Chinese restaurant which also has private dining rooms
- Bar Rouge, a lively but intimate venue which focusses on single malts, cocktails and cigars (including Cuban!)
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