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  1. #2885

    Crimson in Alabang.

    Been at Crimson 2 weeks ago, and I find that hotel very superb. A high class hotel away from Manila's traffic, its located in Alabang, very relaxing, but during those time, the pool was under maintenance, but they do offer pool outside the establishment, its a VIP recreational club, the pool there was great too.

  2. #2884
    Quote Originally Posted by BrandoBernardo  [View Original Post]
    Just checked in at City Garden Suites a month ago. They didn't ask for ID. Just for info.
    I am not booked at CG Mabini but at the one right by Burgos St. Any info on that one?

  3. #2883
    Just checked in at City Garden Suites a month ago. They didn't ask for ID. Just for info.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    Red Planet Makiti is GF. They will ask for the girl's ID. Also be sure to walk her out for her ID or they will come to your room to ask if everything is ok.

    City Garden Suites on Mabini is GF. I don't remember if they ask for ID or not.

  4. #2882
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    Red Planet Makiti is GF. They will ask for the girl's ID. Also be sure to walk her out for her ID or they will come to your room to ask if everything is ok.

    City Garden Suites on Mabini is GF. I don't remember if they ask for ID or not.
    CG takes the ID at the door.

  5. #2881
    Quote Originally Posted by UncleVolodya  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for your response. I actually am booked on booking.com at two different hotels right now and deciding which one to choose.

    The Ritz Aston and The City Garden (not City Garden Grand).

    Any opinion on theses? Are they both Girl Friendly?
    Red Planet Makiti is GF. They will ask for the girl's ID. Also be sure to walk her out for her ID or they will come to your room to ask if everything is ok.

    City Garden Suites on Mabini is GF. I don't remember if they ask for ID or not.

  6. #2880
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodEnough  [View Original Post]
    Never stayed at Red Planet but Oxford presents no problems at all.

    GE.
    Thanks for your response. I actually am booked on booking.com at two different hotels right now and deciding which one to choose.

    The Ritz Aston and The City Garden (not City Garden Grand).

    Any opinion on theses? Are they both Girl Friendly?

  7. #2879
    Quote Originally Posted by UncleVolodya  [View Original Post]
    Looking to spend 2 nights in Makati. Are these hotel Girl Friendly?
    Never stayed at Red Planet but Oxford presents no problems at all.

    GE.

  8. #2878

    Red Planet or Best Western Oxford Suites Makati

    Looking to spend 2 nights in Makati. Are these hotel Girl Friendly?

  9. #2877
    Quote Originally Posted by SoapySmith  [View Original Post]
    Don't lose sleep waiting for it. It's only been a couple years since they figured out how to roll the airport exit tax into airfares. Some airports in the Philippines still don't have it figured out. Leaving Davao a couple weeks ago I noticed that PAL has the exit tax rolled into the fare, but other carriers' passengers have to stop and pay the tax before entering the departure area.
    Ever take a ferry? Except on the big 2 go one I have always had to pay the port tax separately.

  10. #2876
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    One thing I would like to see here is like in Dubai, the taxi takes a toll road using electronic payment and it is added to the meter.
    Don't lose sleep waiting for it. It's only been a couple years since they figured out how to roll the airport exit tax into airfares. Some airports in the Philippines still don't have it figured out. Leaving Davao a couple weeks ago I noticed that PAL has the exit tax rolled into the fare, but other carriers' passengers have to stop and pay the tax before entering the departure area.

  11. #2875
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    I think it is standard operating procedures for Manila taxis, especially for Yellow cabs to me. I haven't heard the drivers kid has dengue lately and needs money for meds! LOL.

    On the other hand I don't see how they can make much money at the meter rates either.
    I would just as soon see the meter rate increase to what a driver could live on and then have strict enforcement of the rules regarding using the meter, knowledge of the city, condition of the cab, and other rules that govern in many other cities.

    One thing I would like to see here is like in Dubai, the taxi takes a toll road using electronic payment and it is added to the meter.

  12. #2874
    Quote Originally Posted by SoapySmith  [View Original Post]
    I've been into that general area numerous times in metered yellow cabs under the current fare structure and the meter typically generated between 300 and 350. Perhaps this is their effort to make up losses in the number of fares they get since the regular white taxis have been allowed to pickup at the airport.
    I think it is standard operating procedures for Manila taxis, especially for Yellow cabs to me. I haven't heard the drivers kid has dengue lately and needs money for meds! LOL.

    On the other hand I don't see how they can make much money at the meter rates either.

  13. #2873
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    Booked for 2 nights after flying in from USA to T1. Thought I would give Yellow taxi one last try. After driving off the driver asked to see the slip and kept it. I knew then he would try to overcharge me. I ask him to turn the meter on and he said it was flat fee of P600 to the hotel. Then he proceeded to give me a sad story of high gasoline prices, airport charges and blah blah blah. End of story I wasn't in a fighting mood and paid 500.
    I've been into that general area numerous times in metered yellow cabs under the current fare structure and the meter typically generated between 300 and 350. Perhaps this is their effort to make up losses in the number of fares they get since the regular white taxis have been allowed to pickup at the airport.

  14. #2872

    City Garden Suites Hotel

    Thanks gents for the info.

    Booked for 2 nights after flying in from USA to T1. Thought I would give Yellow taxi one last try. After driving off the driver asked to see the slip and kept it. I knew then he would try to overcharge me. I ask him to turn the meter on and he said it was flat fee of P600 to the hotel. Then he proceeded to give me a sad story of high gasoline prices, airport charges and blah blah blah. End of story I wasn't in a fighting mood and paid 500.
    Next day, Friday 3pm went to T3 from hotel and white taxi quoted flat fee of 300.

    The hotel was out of regular rooms and I had to book a jr suite with a queen bed and twin bed. It had a living room too but no ac in the living room. Everything was clean. Only downside was the air con was weak and the bathroom is small. The staff was good service and restaurant food was good.

  15. #2871
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    I have booked City Garden Suites for 2 days, non smoking room, about $60 a night all in. On my last trip I ate in the restaurant twice, the food was good.
    Anything I should know about City Garden Suites?
    Sure. Rubio shagged a spinner there a few times. OK OK, it was more than one spinner. Don't be so judgmental.

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