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Makati, Philippines · 66 hotels available
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Dusit Thani Manila

Dusit Thani Manila

Hotels
San Lorenzo, Makati
Impressive
8.6
(116 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Makati Diamond Residences

Makati Diamond Residences

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Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
Superb
9.1
(43 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Ascott Makati

Ascott Makati

Hotels
San Lorenzo, Makati
Impressive
9.0
(74 Reviews)
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BEDROOM New World Makati Hotel

New World Makati Hotel

Hotels
San Lorenzo, Makati
A stay at New World Makati Hotel places you in the heart of Makati, steps from Greenbelt Shopping Mall and 5 minutes by foot from Glorietta Mall. This 5-star hotel is 4 mi (6.4 km) from SM Mall of Asia and 3.5 mi (5.6 km) from Newport World Resorts.
Impressive
8.4
(61 Reviews)
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LOBBY Fairmont Makati

Fairmont Makati

Hotels
San Lorenzo, Makati
A stay at Fairmont Makati places you in the heart of Makati, steps from Greenbelt Shopping Mall and 3 minutes by foot from Glorietta Mall. This 5-star hotel is 4 mi (6.5 km) from SM Mall of Asia and 3.5 mi (5.7 km) from Newport World Resorts.
Impressive
9.0
(28 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Holiday Inn & Suites MAKATI

Holiday Inn & Suites MAKATI

Hotels
San Lorenzo, Makati
Impressive
9.0
(48 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Red Planet Manila Amorsolo

Red Planet Manila Amorsolo

Hotels
San Lorenzo, Makati
Impressive
8.5
(442 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Mini Suites Eton Tower Makati - Multi-Use Hotel

The Mini Suites Eton Tower Makati - Multi-Use Hotel

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Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
Impressive
8.4
(681 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Prince Plaza II Hotel

Prince Plaza II Hotel

Hotels
Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
Impressive
8.3
(228 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Asian Mansion II Hotel

Asian Mansion II Hotel

Hotels
Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
Impressive
8.5
(55 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Jinjiang Inn Makati - Multiple Use Hotel

Jinjiang Inn Makati - Multiple Use Hotel

Hotels
San Lorenzo, Makati
Impressive
8.7
(38 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Spaces Hotel Makati - People and Pets

Spaces Hotel Makati - People and Pets

Hotels
Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
Impressive
8.6
(124 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING AIM Conference Center Manila

AIM Conference Center Manila

Hotels
Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
Impressive
8.3
(15 Reviews)
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BEDROOM KL Serviced Residences Managed by HII

KL Serviced Residences Managed by HII

Apartments
Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
Impressive
8.6
(19 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING El Cielito Hotel - Makati

El Cielito Hotel - Makati

Hotels
San Lorenzo, Makati
Convenient
7.4
(15 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING The E-Hotel Makati

The E-Hotel Makati

Hotels
San Lorenzo, Makati
Convenient
8.2
(90 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Gervasia Hotel Makati

Gervasia Hotel Makati

Hotels
Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
Convenient
8.1
(221 Reviews)
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LOBBY The Charter House

The Charter House

Hotels
Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
Impressive
8.7
(58 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Excelsior by Spaces Manila

Excelsior by Spaces Manila

Apartments
Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Cozy Studios at The Beacon

Cozy Studios at The Beacon

Apartments
Legazpi Village, San Lorenzo
Convenient
7.8
(74 Reviews)
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Facts about San Lorenzo

Total Accommodation
66 Properties
Popular Area
Legazpi Village
Popular Hotel
Dusit Thani Manila, Makati Diamond Residences
Popular Landmark
Makati Medical Center, SM Makati

Guest reviews in San Lorenzo

8.3
Impressive
3,862 reviews from hotels in San Lorenzo with aggregated rating of 8.3/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in San Lorenzo will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
1 Jan 2023
Always my go to hotel in the city.
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franz kenneth tio
9 Jul 2022
The hotel is okay for the price. Its also disinfected well too well that is! When I went in my room in smelled like zonrox. Its good that they disinfected it but they should let it air put before giving the room to the guests. Their towes also had a strong smell of disinfectant.
CH
CEDRIC H IDUSORA
17 May 2022
Clean and comfy rooms, Helpful and courteous staff. Early check in considered and granted depending on room availability. Nice location.
MC
Michelle Ching Bundos
25 Jun 2022
The rooms are small poor facilities.
8 Sep 2022
We'll be booking here everytime I am in manila. Thank you.
AC
Alma Canoniyo Toledo
29 Jul 2022
Room was spacious with friendly staff. Breakfast have plenty of choice 😘.
BB
Bernardita Brion
15 May 2022
Bathroom drainage smells bad. Toilet seat broken.
JM
Jeffrey Montoya
11 Nov 2019
The check in and check out instructions were not given. The unit has a lot of cockroaches. The towels are so smelly even the sink and kitchenette. There was no room male up even though I stayed for more than 2 days. The experience is not good and the unit is not right for it’s price. Thanks!
TB
TIM BIRCH
29 Mar 2022
This place is in a GREAT location. It is literally attached to Glorietta 4, so it 's super convenient for your shopping/eating/transport needs. The hotel staff are great, very good service. What lets the hotel down: 1. Dated decoration in the rooms, like stepping back 20 years. 2. Extremely slow internet speeds on insecure wifi. 3. Very old television (32 inch with screen burn) 4. The food for the breakfast is the biggest let-down. 3.5/5 stars.
19 Sep 2022
The hotel itself is OK, reasonably convenient location but the bed was incredibly uncomfortable, have me a site back which o suffered for 2 days as a result. Could hardly sleep. Bad enough I would never recommend or stay there again.

Most commonly asked questions in San Lorenzo

What are the best areas to visit near San Lorenzo?

If you are in San Lorenzo, you can also visit Legazpi Village

Where are the best areas to stay in San Lorenzo?

The best areas to stay in San Lorenzo are Rizal, Valenzuela, San Antonio, Urdaneta, Santa Cruz, Olympia, La Paz, Bel-Air, Guadalupe Nuevo, Poblacion

How many hotels are listed in San Lorenzo?

Currently, there are around 66 hotels that you can book in San Lorenzo

About

Aside from its towering malls and business centers, Makati is also known for its residential areas. These hidden gems, often quieter than its commercial counterparts, are just as full of interesting finds for the adventurous foodie.

 

At A Glance

San Lorenzo is situated quite near to the heart of Makati’s central district. Whether you want to hang out in the mall or relax in a cozy café hideaway, San Lorenzo can offer the best of both worlds.  

The village is also near several other well-known districts for those who are familiar with Makati’s landscape. Its strategic location places it near the Ayala Malls and SM Makati, as well as several high-end hotels and food places.

 

How to Go

By land transportation

Those coming from Manila can ride the Makati Loop jeepney that goes around the city. You can get down near an Ayala Mall – the nearest stop is at Greenbelt 4 or Landmark – and walk to the village from there.

Those from farther areas, like the South or even Quezon City, can opt to take the MRT-3. The nearest station happens to be Magallanes. From there, you can take a jeep or a cab.

 

Getting Around

Since San Lorenzo is initially developed to be a residential area, it’s best to travel on foot. However, if you already have a particular destination in mind, driving via private car or getting a cab is also a good idea.

 

Tourist Attractions

Filipinos are extremely fond of malls. Generally, Makati is full of these commercial centers that offer a wide range of products and services. But San Lorenzo’s proximity to the quadrangle of Ayala Malls in Makati makes it an ideal place for a shopping spree. Greenbelt, Glorietta, and Landmark all make up a shoppers’ delight. The fact that they are all connected to each other makes them easier to access and enjoy.

Once you start getting tired of shopping, another well-visited tourist attraction near the area is the Ayala Museum. Located right at the side of Greenbelt 4, the museum features an array of displays. These range from pre-Hispanic history to contemporary artists. A few blocks away is also the Yuchengco Museum, which offers a similarly rich introduction to modern Filipino art.

Sports enthusiasts can even find their niche in this Makati hideaway. Towards Chino Roces Avenue, you’ll find Power Smash. The badminton court has large facilities to accommodate your inner sports fan. Meet new people and enjoy the adrenalin rush.

 

Top Things to Do

There’s no denying that once you’re at the center of Makati’s commercial business district, shopping is the first thing that comes to mind. Tourists will find that San Lorenzo’s location makes it convenient to go back and forth between the area’s many malls. The endless options are indeed tempting for all types of shoppers.

Of course, what comes after a strenuous shopping activity is a well-deserved food trip. Makati is well-known for its weekend markets. Unlike regular food shopping, expect organic and artisanal meals. Every Saturday, tourists and residents alike will find Salcedo hosting the weekend market on the other side of the Central Business District. On Sundays, the market moves to Legazpi, which is closer to San Lorenzo.

If you’re not quite sure exactly what you want to do and aren’t that willing to cash out yet either, enjoying a leisurely stroll is also a good choice. The clean village environment in the urban landscape can be quite rare for the metro. This can also be a great opportunity for joggers to exercise and enjoy the outdoors.

 

Where to Eat

People who love Japanese food will find Ukkokei Ramen’s specialty in Japanese noodles a treat. Their Tantanmen Ramen is especially recommended. The restaurant has been well-established even before the ramen hype, and visitors will find its dishes to be cooked in the most authentic way.

Hai Shin Lou, on the other hand, specializes in authentic cooking as well – this time from China. The restaurant is well-visited by tourists and residents alike. Their Duck Bone dish is a customer favorite.

For those craving Filipino food, Apag Marangle is a Kapampangan restaurant for the local foodie. Although it’s considered casual dining, the experience is definitely more than the budget offers. The Kapampangan lunch buffet is a must-try to those who want to try a variety of local dishes without breaking the bank.

 

Nightlife

Greenbelt 3 is a hotspot for the Makati Central Business District’s nightlife scene. The area is full of bars, clubs, and other establishments after office hours. The Spicy Fingers bar in particular has good Happy Hour promos for those who come in past 7 pm. It also has a live band to help the mood set in.

Right across the street, the New World Hotel is both a place to stay and a place to party. Aside from its restaurants and buffets, the hotel has a bar right outside for those who want to experience a fun night out instead of going straight to bed.

Cable Car’s original branch is also found in San Lorenzo. The bar is a great place for friends to stay and hang out into the wee hours of the morning. Just take note that it only opens after 5 pm.

 

Where to Stay

If you’re looking for five-star accommodations, New World is an all-around place for your next stay in the area. Its location makes it easily accessible to Makati’s malls, but also a far enough distance from the loud music of the area’s bars. This luxury hotel will definitely make your nights comfortable and worth the experience.

An equally comfortable destination would be Fairmont Hotel. Located right in the middle of the Ayala Malls complex, you won’t have to worry about walking too far or getting on any form of public transport. The hotel and your weekend stroll are already quite close to each other.

But if you’re looking for a much cozier environment, El Cielito is a hotel that is well-recommended for lodgers. The exterior may not be as fancy, but its accommodations give a good homey feel to guests. It’s also rather far from the commercial center, so the crowd isn’t as loud in the adjoining area.

 

Travel Tips

  • Bring some extra cash on hand. Prices in establishments in San Lorenzo and its nearby places can tend to be high.

  • Don’t miss out on the opportunity to bike or jog around the area. Its landscape is perfect for exercise. San Lorenzo also has plenty of parks inside and outside of the village.

  • Bring a map. The entirety of San Lorenzo can be easily navigated on foot. Whether you decide to bring a physical map or just use an application on your phone, this can be handy for finding your way around the area.

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