Makati Palace Hotel

Hotel rating
It's a 4-star hotel according to its own site. Consider the reviews below for an objective rating.
Makati, Metro Manila
5011 cor P. Burgos and Caceres Sts, Poblacion, Makati, Metro Manila 1210
Contact Numbers
(632) 899 – 0344
There are 4 types of rooms, 30 to 65 m2. Smoking is allowed inside. (City law prohibits smoking inside public places.)
Room rates
Across the web, published rates in 2013-2014 range from ₱2799 to ₱6300. 
Coffee shop, KTV bar, Deli Fresh, a function room, spa, airport transfer, swimming pool, business center, gym, laundry service, daily housekeeping, safety deposit boxes, newspaper, parking, uninterrupted power supply. Rooms have Internet, cable TV, mini bar, air-conditioning, coffee and tea maker, hot and cold shower, hair dryer, NDD/IDD phone, and electronic door lock system.
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From any of the three airport terminals, your cab should drive you to EDSA. From EDSA, turn left to Ayala Avenue, then right to Makati Avenue. After crossing the Buendia (Pedro Gil) intersection, cross again another intersection (Jupiter), which is just 3 seconds away from the previous intersection. A few meters from there, turn right to Burgos Street, a street slanted from Makati Avenue.
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Author's remarks
The Burgos street from Makati avenue to Kalayaan avenue, just about 219 meters (239 yards) stretch, has been tagged as the "red district" of Makati. That portion of the street is rowdy and "crowdy". It is known for hooking up. The narrow pavements are blocked by multiple objects, beggars, and peddlers. It is against the law to give alms to beggars. It is also illegal to beg. Some of these beggars are professional and syndicated, like the women in malong carrying babies, which actually are not their own. There are also teenage girls accompanied by a young boy or a girl, who pretend to be lost, asking for help, or needing some money for transportation home. So, be cautious.

So, if this is the type of neighborhood that you don't want to be in when you get out of your hotel, try the other hotels. The "red district" is just a short walk. Once you're out of it, you'd see better places along Makati Avenue, and in the other end of Burgos street, you'd find a number of Korean stores and restaurants.