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  1. #3061
    Quote Originally Posted by Phuket90  [View Original Post]
    Thanks a lot at Pat69. I think it's just been build 2 years ago.

    I will try it in April / May and will report here. Which room category you had? Rooms were big enough?
    Sorry but I don't remember, but I know that The first 2 days I had a sort of big room with window out to the street, but then I change to a smaller room, got other priorities!

  2. #3060
    Quote Originally Posted by Free2  [View Original Post]
    Thanks G, I got that part, but you missed the vital part of my question.

    ". where there is no-hassle coming and going. " (ie; come and go as I please with no questions).
    I've always found it the other way ie every hotel / air bnb is GF. If you don't mind a worst case of her having to show ID then I think you would be exceedingly unlucky to find anywhere that wouldn't fit your requirements.

    If you wanted to avoid even this inconvenience I'm sure that a reassuring word to security that you know and trust all your visitors over the next week would work. Of course, you would then be exposed to the security concerns that the ID checks as designed to prevent.

    A while ago I did ask if there were ANY non GF hotels in the Philippines. From memory, replies identified 3 in the whole country. LOL.

    Cheers, G.

  3. #3059
    Quote Originally Posted by Phuket90  [View Original Post]
    Rooms were big enough?
    That's vague. What does that mean? Big enough for what? Some guys are fine with 20 sqm Studio units (bed for banging and CR for crappin'/ showering). Other guys need palatial space. For me, I've found that I am most comfortable at 27-40 sqm. Anything smaller and I feel cramped, anything larger is wasted space for myself and a 4' 11" / 85 lb pinay.

    Quote Originally Posted by Free2  [View Original Post]
    ". where there is no-hassle coming and going. " (ie; come and go as I please with no questions).
    I have yet to experience any difficulties escorting different guests (sometimes multiple at the same time) during the day at a condo (for those who have eye dee). Can only speak for Malati (not far from Binondo), try Birch Tower (sometimes known as JMM Suites online) and Malate Bayview Mansion.

    Quote Originally Posted by Free2  [View Original Post]
    coming and going with decent wifi?.
    What does that mean? Decent wifi for some gents in phils can be as weak as a connection that lets them browse the web without disconnecting several times per day. For others, that means streaming on multiple devices without buffering (requires considerably more bandwidth that does not drop off on a regular basis). I prefer the second option. Both of the residences I mentioned above (BT and MBM) had units with the second option for me in the past, but that is not a guarantee of the same performance in a different unit in the same condo in the future. Best bet on airbnb is to ask the owner before booking what his speeds are (generally speaking, 5 mbps and up is fine for streaming -- if its constant). In Makati I have had good speeds in Gramercy, Knightsbridge, and Milano serviced residences on airbnb.

  4. #3058
    Thanks G, I got that part, but you missed the vital part of my question.

    ". where there is no-hassle coming and going. " (ie; come and go as I please with no questions).

    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    Just go to the map screen on Air BnB and scroll over to the area you're interested in. Wait 30 secs for a refresh and all the local options will be there.

    Handy as it shows proximity to any malls, eateries etc that you might want to be near.

    I use this more than text based location searches.

  5. #3057
    Quote Originally Posted by Pat69  [View Original Post]
    I was there like 2 y ago, looks like new and at that time they vad nice promos, don't remember more than it was Nice price, no problem with "visitors".

    And the best is that its almost on Burgos st. Maximum like 100 m.

    But like I say, that's 2 years ago!
    Thanks a lot at Pat69. I think it's just been build 2 years ago.

    I will try it in April / May and will report here. Which room category you had? Rooms were big enough?

  6. #3056
    Quote Originally Posted by Free2  [View Original Post]
    I tried the search engine, but either I don't know how it works or it sucks.

    Can anyone direct me to an Airbnb in the Tondo / Binondo / Chinatown area where there is no-hassle coming and going with decent wifi?
    Just go to the map screen on Air BnB and scroll over to the area you're interested in. Wait 30 secs for a refresh and all the local options will be there.

    Handy as it shows proximity to any malls, eateries etc that you might want to be near.

    I use this more than text based location searches.

  7. #3055
    I tried the search engine, but either I don't know how it works or it sucks.

    Can anyone direct me to an Airbnb in the Tondo / Binondo / Chinatown area where there is no-hassle coming and going with decent wifi?

  8. #3054

    Victoria or Sogo, Malate.

    Anyone with experience of hotel Victoria or hotel Sogo in Malate?

    Is that only ST hotel??

    Is it aloud to go there without a car at all?

    I used Victoria once in the middle of the 90's, but that time I sneaked in there in a cab with a temporally friend, had to do it in secret!

    Is it still the same?

  9. #3053
    Quote Originally Posted by Phuket90  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone know the Ritz Asor Hotel in the Makati area near Burgo St. Is guest friendly or not?

    Hotel looks very new and quite nice.

    Thanks!
    I was there like 2 y ago, looks like new and at that time they vad nice promos, don't remember more than it was Nice price, no problem with "visitors".

    And the best is that its almost on Burgos st. Maximum like 100 m.

    But like I say, that's 2 years ago!

  10. #3052
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    Nice work AC.

    https://www.sanagustinresidences.com/accommodations/

    P1185 all rooms, taxes included, 2 people. At the end of Burgos, corner San Agustin St.

    San Agustin Residences.

    6316 San Agustin, Makati, 1209 Metro Manila.
    Thanks, sounds very interesting.

  11. #3051
    Quote Originally Posted by Alleycat1200  [View Original Post]
    Found a place at the end of P. Burgos street in Makati, price is reasonable for what is offered. Room is nice and tidy, staff have no uniforms but for 1185 a night I don't mind. I think it was called San Agustin Residences or something. No signage, WiFi is decent I usually bring a few of my regulars there most of the people I saw there were locals who had work nearby.
    Nice work AC.

    https://www.sanagustinresidences.com/accommodations/

    P1185 all rooms, taxes included, 2 people. At the end of Burgos, corner San Agustin St.

    San Agustin Residences.

    6316 San Agustin, Makati, 1209 Metro Manila.

  12. #3050

    Perfect little spot in Burgos street.

    Found a place at the end of P. Burgos street in Makati, price is reasonable for what is offered. Room is nice and tidy, staff have no uniforms but for 1185 a night I don't mind. I think it was called San Agustin Residences or something. No signage, WiFi is decent I usually bring a few of my regulars there most of the people I saw there were locals who had work nearby.

  13. #3049
    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    I've stayed at the Berjaya a few times which was ok for a couple of days. The upside is that most of the rooms are facing a quiet side street. The downside is that the rooms are not very well kept (eg. sticky furniture). The Berjaya has a breakfast buffet so I guess they offer a breakfast option for two as well.

    I've stayed near Greenbelt too a few times (but not at the hotels you mention) and that was much better than staying near Burgos. Better and more food options and a nicer environment overall.
    What got my attention with the Prince Plaza II was the huge one room suite with a couch and a hot plate cooking area. That's the type of room I prefer, can't stand those apartment hotels where the rooms are subdivided making the space seem that much smaller. Going solo I don't need two rooms, prefer one large living space preferably with a couch. I did check out the hotel on tripadvisor and have to say the guest photo's are an eye opener, I can see why people are saying the hotel is 'dated'.

  14. #3048
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    Narrowed down my hotels to three medium priced hotels, all have pools but only the hotel by the greenview mall offers a breakfast option for two for a few bucks more. The hotels are the Berjaya hotel, the 1898 Hotel Colonia and the Prince Plaza II Condotel. I like having a couch in the room which the Prince Plaza has. I'd guess being close to the mall would allow me to find freelancers as well as meet any internet girls before taking them back to the hotel. So what's the better option: being close to Burgos or close enough for a quick taxi ride? But I'm also looking for a hassle free hotel where I can easily bring back multiple girls without an issue.
    I've stayed at the Berjaya a few times which was ok for a couple of days. The upside is that most of the rooms are facing a quiet side street. The downside is that the rooms are not very well kept (eg. sticky furniture). The Berjaya has a breakfast buffet so I guess they offer a breakfast option for two as well.

    I've stayed near Greenbelt too a few times (but not at the hotels you mention) and that was much better than staying near Burgos. Better and more food options and a nicer environment overall.

  15. #3047
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    P.S. I hate auto correct changing tower letters to words.
    Then please click on 'Edit Post' after you have uploaded your post and correct the auto correct. It will not auto correct twice.

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