Citadines Salcedo Makati: A Community to Work, Play and Live Right In The Heart of Makati

Citadines Salcedo Makati: A Community to Work, Play and Live Right In The Heart of Makati



Serviced Residences are becoming popular nowadays as it does not only provide the conveniences of staying in a hotel but most of all, it has that homey comfort that we all want to go home to at the end of the day. The Ascott Limited group established its first Citadines-branded service residence in Makati that is perfect for guests When in Manila.

I was given the opportunity to spend a weekend in Citadines and I must say, how I wish it is my second home! No kidding! I had the most restful stay and the lively vibe of Salcedo Village, packed with its restaurants and hidden finds, made my weekend one of the best staycations I had. 



Bright with Holiday Cheer. I was greeted by Citadines’ very lovely Christmas tree at the lobby. Checking in was a breeze and Citadines always goes the extra mile which I highly commend. They have a unique service called the Ascott Host Program, that ensures the residents’ stay is as comfortable as possible. 



Lobby Lounge Area | Wi-fi coverage is superb throughout the building so you will have no worries on staying connected



After checking in, I headed straight to my room for the much awaited Friday relaxation! I stayed in a one-bedroom suite and truth to be told, Citadines tops all the places I’ve been through in the Metro so far. And they have the sweetest welcome!


I feel so at home already!


What I really loved about their rooms is that they constructed it high-ceilings, giving the effect of having more space (aside from the very generous space the room already has). Can I just stay here forever? All rooms are equipped with a working kitchen, if I had more time then, I would certainly whip something up in the kitchen.



Ah, peace and quiet. Not shown on photo: All the food I devoured by myself. *burp* 

Food is not a problem when staying in Citadines as it is nestled in a community food pot. They have The Flying Pig downstairs, Chopstop and Army Navy on the right, The Old Spaghetti House on the left, a nearby Ministop and more restaurants nearby.



After a very restful sleep, we had a very sumptuous breakfast at The Flying Pan. They serve all-day breakfast dishes and some well-loved Filipino cuisine.



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