Seda Hotel in Bonifacio Global City (BGC)
Philippine Landmarks and Heritages
Seda exudes fresh concept of an urban lifestyle hotel, located within the area of Bonifacio High Street next to Serendra and BGC’s lifestyle hub for shopping, dining, and entertainment. It opened last December 2012, the hotel has an ample parking space, in-house restaurant – Misto, function rooms, roof deck bar, outdoor swimming pool and gym both situated at the 2nd floor.
Last July (2013) we headed to Seda to try a Deluxe room with two twin size beds, beside the glass panel window is a long side-bed. What’s good about new hotels, you are sure of crisp white linens and towels (the OC in me!). We had a complimentary Wi-Fi connection, a 40-inch LED HDTV, a media panel with HDMI, USB and A/V connectivity, iPod docks, and FM stereo. There’s an executive work desk and the basic like mini-bar, coffee and tea making facilities, and in-room safe. Another thing why this hotel excels? The accessibility to stroll/shop/dine/party to cool spot and various establishments makes it an ideal place to stay (where your money rocks!) Hahaha! I’m good with the jogging and swimming part, and the dining experience. What’s so nice while doing brisk walking with condo dwellers here in BGC, when parents meet-up to find recital flowers for their children who does ballet lessons and the rest of their lives complications, I’m thankful we lived in such a simple two-floor townhouse and values what we can afford regardless of what others say. Our stay in Seda is a breather from work and parenting duties, that is our way to an uncomplicated urban living. 🙂
Jogging/running strip around BGC
Serendra restaurant row
Bonifacio High Street shopping and dining district
High Street Central fashion and dining area
Fort Strip restaurants and bars
Burgos Circle restaurants and bars
Market! Market! Mall
SM Aura Mall
The Mind Museum
Turf at BGC
Libingan ng mgaBayani (Heroes’ Cemetery)
The American Cemetery and Memorial
How to get there?
From Ayala Avenue or EDSA northbound:Take McKinley Road in Forbes Park all the way to 11th Avenue, then turn left. Make a U-turn on 30th Street, and turn right at Lane P.
Alternately along EDSA northbound, turn right at Kalayaan Avenue which merges with 32nd Street. Make a right on 11th Avenue and then turn right at Lane P.
From Paranaque/Alabang on C5 northbound: Take the service road after the Shell gasoline station and go up the ramp. Turn left at the bridge (26th Avenue), then right at 11th Avenue. Make a U-turn on 30th Street. Turn right at Lane P.
From Pasig City on C5 southbound: Take the service road leading to a right turn to 32nd Street. Turn left at 11th Avenue. Turn right at Lane P.
Seda Hotel BGC
30th Street corner 11th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City
Makati City, 1634 Philippines
[t] (632) 945-8888
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