Seda Makati Officially Opens: Staycation, Anyone?
Last week, members of the media were treated to a tour around Seda Residences Makati by General Manager, Mark Cerqueda. The property boasts 293 rooms with three major iterations — studios, one and two-bedroom apartment-style suites. Decked out with kitchen and laundry facilities, the hotel is imagined as a 'home away form home' for travellers and those looking for a well-deserved staycation. On the 35th floor, guests will be able to enjoy breakfast at Misto, the hotel's all-day dining facility. In the evening, cocktails by Straight Up bar offer panoramic views of Manila Bay and the rest of Makati City.
A swimming pool on the 19th floor is a great spot to wind down. A resort-like location in the middle of the bustling Makati City will surely help ease the pressures of a tiring day. A kiddie play area for kids up to five years old, a game room for older youngsters, and a gym for fitness enthusiasts are added attractions.
Besides being a perfect sanctuary for luxurious staycations, Seda Residences Makati is also envisioned to be a go-to hospitality destination for guests interested in long-term leases. This is largely because of its prime location in the middle of the Makati Central Business District. In fact, it is quite accessible through the walkway that connects Glorietta, Greenbelt, Ayala Avenue, Makati Medical Centre, and now Ayala North Exchange (ANE).
Seda Residences Makati is also surrounded by a plethora of food choices and shopping destinations. To create a better homestay, all units are well-appointed with world-class furniture and facilities to ensure the utmost comfort for guests.
The hotel's lobby is located at the 19th floor of ANE's Tower 1. GM Cerqueda shares, "we are high enough to make guests feel detached from the intense activity at street level but low enough for you to feel you are within easy reach of restaurants, banking and other services.”
If you're looking for a place to stay in the heart of Makati, visit residencesmakati.sedahotels.com.