Location. Sophistication. Reputation. The Raffles legend continues.
Raffles Makati is at the heart of a prestigious development – a striking 30-floor masterpiece, home to three sophisticated addresses in one tower: Raffles Makati, with 32 suites; Raffles Residences Makati, with 237 one to four bedroom residences for private ownership; and Fairmont Makati, a hotel with 280 deluxe rooms.
The design of Raffles Makati is contemporary, fusing the timeless quality of old world charm with new world sophistication. Each of the hotel’s 32 large suites has been designed to be an understated oasis of calm. Every suite has large floor-to-ceiling windows and mesmerising views of the Makati cityscape. To those traveling and staying in Manila for a longer period of time, the residential units of Raffles Residences Makati are the ideal place to come home to.
Raffles Makati offers a range of exceptional venues to meet the unique tastes of every guest. Spectrum is an all-day dining restaurant where delicious dishes are prepared right before your eyes. Café Macaron is a pastry boutique offering signature cakes and pastries for a delightful treat. Fairmont Lounge serves afternoon and after-dinner snacks. The Long Bar is styled after the original one in Raffles Hotel, Singapore offering Singapore Sling, Makati Luxury Sling and other signature cocktails. Writers Bar is styled as a library and serves traditional afternoon tea. Guests can also look forward to the addition of a specialty restaurant soon.
Raffles Makati is situated at the corner of Arnaiz and Makati Avenues, home to Manila’s financial district, the Philippine Stock Exchange and Greenbelt Shopping Centre with luxury boutiques, dining and entertainment options. The hotel has a private underground walkway that provides guests with direct access to the nearby shopping malls. This exclusive passageway is located in basement 1 and is open from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily.
Step out of Raffles Makati’s elegant lobby and there is a fascinating city waiting to be explored: Intramuros, the old capital of Manila dating from 1571; Fort Santiago, built in memory of those lost during the Spanish and Japanese periods; Malacanang Palace, the official residence of the country’s president since 1863; and the Ayala Museum, full of art and heritage that traces the rich tapestry of Filipino history.
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