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At the heart of the Ortigas Business District beats the new standard of urban living. Stay in Astoria Plaza in Pasig City and live in an expansive space filled with the comforts of home, combined with the modern conveniences of a deluxe hotel accommodation.
With rooms and suites measuring up to 130-square meters and equipped with kitchenette, home has never been this close to the city.
Spend some well-deserved leisure time at our various recreational facilities. Put your feet up and relax at our spa and massage center, or go for a great workout at our gym and take a few laps at our pool.
Astoria Plaza is within walking distance to the city’s premier shopping centers, hospitals, and universities, making sure that you are always at the center of the city’s activities. Shopping purchases are made even easier with complimentary roundtrip shuttle services to nearby malls in Ortigas.
The Ortigas Business District is the financial and central corporate hub located within Pasig City. It is one of seven business districts in Metro Manila and is governed by the Ortigas Center Association, Inc.
Spanning over one hundred hectares of land and covering the three main cities of Mandaluyong, Pasig, and Quezon City, the Ortigas Business District is a bustling city center that plays host to a diverse mix of commercial, residential, and technological zones.
The Ortigas Business District is currently home to upscale shopping malls (SM Megamall, Shangri-La Mall, The Podium), high-rise office towers (Tektite Towers, Galleria Corporate Center, Meralco Towers, Rockwell Center), universities and colleges (University of Asia and the Pacific, Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health), and hospitals (The Medical City).
|ROOM CATEGORY||DAILY ROOM RATES|
|ONE BEDROOM||PHP 5,880|
|TWO BEDROOM||PHP 8,190|
• Welcome fruits upon arrival
• Breakfast per registered guest
— 1 Bedroom Suite good for 2 pax
— 2 Bedroom Suite good for 4 pax
• Daily newspaper & bottled water
• Complimentary WIFI internet access
• Use of the recreation facilities (outdoor swimming pool, gym)
• Shuttle service within the Ortigas Center per standard schedule / route.
• One parking space per suite
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
- Family Plan: Two (2) children 12 years and below sharing room and existing bed with parents shall be free of
charge. If extra bed is required, additional charge shall apply.
- Extra Person: PHP 1,000
- Airport Transfers: PHP 2,650/van/way (Maximum of 7 Persons)
- Hotel may require an security/incidental deposit or credit card imprint upon check-in.
- Standard check-in time is at 2PM.
- Standard check-out time is at 12NN.
- Rooms are quoted on a per room per night basis.
- All rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
- All rates are subject to change without prior notice.
- Validity: April 1, 2019 – March 31, 2020
Some say the name Mandaluyong derives from the luyong tree. Hopeless romantics believe the name comes from the star-crossed lovers Manda and Luyong. Whatever the etymology, Mandaluyong is very different today.
Mandaluyong is now known best for the Ortigas Center. Filipinos love this city’s air-conditioned palaces. The 348,000 square meter SM Megamall is a local favorite, accessible by EDSA (Epifanio De Los Santos Avenue, the main thoroughfare in Metro Manila) and the MRT (the Ortigas Station of the Metro Rail Transit. Many Asian countries do seasonal sales, but not here. It seems like every other week is a sale here, which is more than a hundred thousand people visit the malls every day.
The Podium, along ADB Avenue, is for those who don’t like big malls. Sebastian’s Ice Cream on the fourth floor. They specialize in the marriage of Filipino flavors and gourmet ingredients. Mangga’t suman (rice cake and mangoes) ice cream, anyone?
The ultra posh and chic should try the Shangri-La Plaza, known to locals as “The Shang.” It carries top brands like Kate Spade, Furla, Burberry, and Rustan’s.
Looking for the perfect five-star hotel? You don’t have to look far. Across the street is the mega chic EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, one of Tripadvisor’s top 10 Philippine hotels. The Lancaster Hotel and Go Hotel are also good places to stay.
To get a feel of old Mandaluyong, head on towards Shaw and Boni Avenue. San Felipe Neri Church on the corner of Boni Avenue, was a battle site during the 1896 revolution. Plaza Tatlong Bayani along Bonifacio Street is an homage to the great heroes of the revolution, including Gat Andres Bonifacio, General Kalentong and Laureano Gonzales.
The Philippines is said to have the longest Christmas season on Earth. We start right after Halloween and end during the Feast of the Three Kings. Pass by Policarpio Street during this season and be floored by the extravagant lighting displays in each home.
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Light up your holidays
If you’re here during Christmas time, pass by Policarpio Street where the homes are covered in Christmas lights.
Shop in style
SM Megamall, The Podium, and Shangri-la Plaza have a wide selection of local and foreign brands. In SM Megamall, Kultura is your best bet for finding quality souvenir items.