Makati is known as the heart of the Central Business District where all you would about is work, work, and work especially for me who has had two previous office both located there. It is easy to forget that there are other things going on there but if you look hard enough, you will find some hidden gems that can transport you somewhere else like in the flea markets of Portobello London or to the skyscraper centre of Singapore.
On the outside The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences
just looks like your typical business hotel. It is small on the outside but when you go inside, it is full of so much character. There’s a restaurant on the ground floor called Pablo which serves European Bistro Cuisine then go up one floor to make use of their wifi lounge which just looks like a super cool office space. For those of you who love massages, there’s Qi Wellness Spa on the third floor. It is a miniature version of the one in Tagaytay. To top it all off, they even have their own Art Gallery— you don’t see that in most boutique hotels. It must be the reason why they named their hotel after the Spanish painter Pablo Picasso.
During staycations, I usually prefer staying by myself because this is my time for myself and so I can get some work done but this time, I decided to bring my entire family with me. We stayed at their Montparnasse Suite.
It has its own kitchen. Most of their customers stay here for weeks at a time. They can cook their own food here. It’s complete with all the utensils and cookware.
So much space for clothes! Perfect for me who doesn’t know how to travel light.
Breakfast at Pablo
Playing around in the bathtub
They gave away healthy snacks
Thank you so much for a wonderful stay! I feel re-energized for the coming week ahead.
The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences Makati
Address: 119 L.P Leviste St.
Salcedo Village, Makati City, Philippines
Contact: (02) 828 4774