Standing on what used to be Delta Motors Inc. during the ‘70’s, The Hotel at Green Sun is a modern property that pays homage to its past. Today, the three-star hotel is considered one of the top choices for travelers looking for a comfortable and affordable homebase in the city.
Rooms at the Green Sun are the first in the country to use the same modular technology used in luxury cruise ships. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, plush beds, coffee and tea making facilities, a wardrobe, a mini-refrigerator, a 32-inch flat screen LED television and free WiFi access. En suite bathrooms come complete with a hot and cold shower and complimentary toiletries. Additionally, each room is highlighted by a unique painting by local artist, Maxeene Remulla.
The hotel has a bistro and cafe for guests and a number of food establishments nearby. Juju Eats is a three-minute walk from the hotel, and so is Terry’s Bistro. The 121 Bar and Grille is right across the street, while the Kazunori Japanese Restaurant is a three-minute drive away.
More than just a hotel, Green Sun is a contemporary art and culture center that features multiple event spaces, an arts gallery for visual arts and exhibits, a fashion and retail store. The Eye is a 1,000 sqm venue perfect for digital video, while SOMA Space is perfect for fashion events, band concerts, and dance performances. Meanwhile, AXON is a versatile creative space.
The hotel is 3.9 kilometers away from the Ninoy Aquino international airport. The Makati Central Business District is 15 minutes away while Bonifacio Global City is 20 minutes away.