Makati Condo Living: Somerset Olympia Makati


Somerset Serviced Apartment is under the same management of Ascott Hotel. They are both offering luxury, utmost comfortable condo living in the metro. Somerset has 5 branches here in Manila and 1 in Cebu. Not just here in the Philippines they have but all around the world.


Asia Pacific:

Australia, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan South Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam. 

Europe:

Belgium, France, Georgia, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom

Middle East:

Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, UAE


Room Categories:

Studio Executive
- has 64 rooms with King sized or twin beds to choose from.
- 26 to 26sqm

1 Bedroom Deluxe
- has 23 rooms with King size bed and separate living and dining area.
- 54 to 57 sqm 

1 Bedroom Executive
- has 37 rooms with King sized bed
- 57 to 72 sqm

1 Bedroom Premier
- has 8 rooms with King sized bed
- 67 to 90 sqm

2 Bedroom Deluxe
- with 11 rooms with King sized bed and twin beds
- accommodates 4 persons
- 90 sqm

2 Bedroom Premier
- 6 rooms with King sized bed and twin beds
- 145 to 172 sqm


Somerset Olympia is located few minutes walk from Greenbelt, Ayala Triangle and Ayala and Makati Ave - the central business district here in Manila. 

Getting to the hotel from Manila Airport:

- take an UBER/GRAB
- cheaper commute, take a jeepney going to MRT and drop off to TAFT MRT Station. Train fare is 15 PHP only going to AYALA Station. From AYALA MRT Station walk towards Makati Ave - 15-minute walk and you will see Somerset Olympia beside AYALA Triangle. 




Room Prices ranging from 5,300 PHP / 106 USD to 10,600 PHP / 212 USD per night with free breakfast and WIFI and use of their gym and swimming pool. 


Hotel also offers monthly stay for a different price, to know more about their monthly rates visit their website http://www.somerset.com

Makati Condo Living: Somerset Olympia Makati



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