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Makati City, Makati Avenue, Philippines
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Astor Hotel is a symphony of business and the Arts.

Accommodation
All 214 well appointed rooms and suites are equipped with centralized air-conditioning, digital safety deposit box, flat television with radio channels, telephone (with bathroom extension), NDD and IDD access, mini refrigerator, toilet & bath (with bathtub). Superior Rooms (186 units), Studio with anteroom (19 units), Executive Suites (5 units) with pantry, living rom and dining room, and One-Bedroom Suites (4 units) with living room and kitchenette.

Dining
Restaurants: 1 specialty restaurant, 1 bar, 1 cocktail lounge, 1 coffee shop

Location
Rising 26 stories high at the premier financial district of the country the Astor Hotel along Makati Avenue corner of Eduque Street offers discriminating executives with unique experience of a truly satisfying stay that combines business and pleasure.

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