The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences

119 LP Leviste St., Salcedo Village, Makati, Metro Manila

The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences
4.0 Stars

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Extra Beds for Infant 0-2 years:
Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Extra Beds for Children 3-5 years:
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Most Recent Reviews

Peter S.
5.0 Stars

Our stay in Picasso Boutique Hotel was a pleasant surprise. Maybe partly because we weren’t expecting much from it
What actually attracted us to do a staycation in Picasso was the Church Tour (Visita Iglesia) package that they offered. My wife and I have been wanting to do a Visita Iglesia together and found this to be the perfect opportunity
The Hotel was very easy to find. Given that it was in Makati, parking was not an issue. It has sufficient parking at the back, as well as basement parking. It was also located right beside V Corporate Center so we got to eat in Mendokoro Ramenba(we’ve been planning to eat here for the longest time) before we checked in.
They also allowed us to have an early check-in. We got to check-in around 12nn instead of the usual 2pm
Staff – 128076128076128076128076128076 they were all courteous and accommodating
Room - 128076128076128076128076 room was okay for a boutique hotel. We particularly liked the desk. Git to finish lots of backlog from work in their desk. Very conducive for working. The only thing we didn’t like was telling absence of the headboard
Breakfast - 128076128076128076 the pan DE Sal was yummy. But I find the serving of my bangus quite small
Other amenities - 128076128076128076 they have a nice gym. Wife got to do so exercises. They also have a game room where you can play boardgames. Only downside is absence of a pool
But of course the highlight of our stay was the Church Tour. Posted our souvenir picture together with this post. The postcard they gave after the tour was a nice touch as it was totally unexpected.
Another advantage of staying here is that it right beside Salcedo Park as well . so if you are into weekend Markets, it would be perfect. We are actually planning to stay again here this weekend 

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April H.
4.0 Stars

We needed a quick staycation last month for a bit of a breather and a change in scenery... After the looloo rendezvoos at Lola Cafe, my bf and I drove all the way to the heart of CBD for our stay at Picasso Serviced Residences...

I wanted to stay here because of the Salcedo weekend market, which is held on a Saturday apparently!128514128514128514 So my main reason for staying at the hotel was basically a fail! But don't think for a second that we regretted staying here... We were at Salcedo Village, hello! Unfamiliar territory, so it was nice that we got to explore the area for a bit...

Other than its' prime location, Picasso is a pretty nice boutique hotel... They provide the basics, but with pizazz! Upon entering, you feel like you are walking into a living work of art... Brightly colored walls which showcase modern paintings are everywhere... The couches in the small lobby provided another modern touch, contrasting with the clean lines of the counters and tables... Your eye will be drawn to the open staircase that is off to the side of the main counter, just opposite the entrance of their restaurant... It gives the illusion of space and openness in an otherwise small lobby...

Checking in was a breeze, due in part because they let us fill up forms prior to our stay... There was a bit of email correspondence beforehand. We were assigned a room and given a beautiful keycard... I wished that we got to keep the keycard!128515 They had two claustrophobic elevators servicing the whole hotel...

Our room was just past the small gallery... When we opened the door, we were greeted by deep red walls adorned with paintings reminiscent of Picasso's famous cubism era... The design was echoed in the tissue boxes and trash bins... The bold color was balanced with a warm wooden table and ledge... Black leather chairs anchored the room, giving the eyes a bit of rest from the bright room color... There was a big flat screen TV facing the bed, with a kitchenette olong the entryway (similar to Crosswind in Tagaytay, another one of their properties)... The bed was okay, not as soft as I would have liked. They only provide two pillows, but you can request for more, free of charge...

In contrast to the main living area, the bathroom was done in off white marble... It was a different kind of bright, being well-lit with a huge mirror and a nice rain shower... No bathtub though!128557128557128557 Another nice feature is the small balcony, which overlooks the quiet and deserted Makati street below...

Unfortunately, it was a stormy weekend, so it limited our walk around Salcedo... But Mendokoro Ramenba, Wildflour, Lulu, and Toby's Estate (to name a few establishments) were a stone's throw away from the hotel. Besides we were there for a STAYcation! perfect bed weather!

They have a gym, which we were not able to use and a very nice spa, if you are so inclined... No pool for this hotel though... We did not try the restaurant and opted out of the hotel breakfast. I preferred to have breakfast at the Salcedo Market, but oooops! Wrong day!128514 Wildflour for breakfast then...

There were robes and room slippers available... Their toiletries were of good quality and they were also generous with the bottled water... There were some amenities lacking, but that's a boutique hotel for you...

People were nice and professional. There were ample parking spaces too... #issue The place was really a change in pace from the usual, with the ultra modern interiors anything but homey... But that doesn't mean that the atmosphere was too cold or high class, just the opposite! The place was warm and inviting, casual and comfortable... They designers truly knew what they were doing... They have the formula down pat, as they manage hotels like KL towers and Azumi Boutique Hotel... They provide a unique place for you to stay in, which makes for a memorable and enjoyable visit... 128522

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Kathy L.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Marianne Grace O.
4.0 Stars

Cool interiors spacious and minimalist

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3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Renee A.
5.0 Stars

The Picasso Boutique Services Residences is one of my fave places to stay in Makati. 10084128139

I'd give it 5 stars for the service, ambiance and comfort. They have very very friendly crew. 128522

And the rooms! I love it! Fits my taste. All that artsy-fartsy feel 10084

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Liezzy M.
3.0 Stars

Nice place, clean and friendly staff. What turned me off was the price of ice bucket, shouldn't it be complimentary or at least charge it lower to 100 bucks?

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Jon B.
5.0 Stars

Stayed overnight for a weekend staycation. Great service by the hotel staff. Room amenities were superb as well. Had dinner at Apartment 1B and had breakfast the morning after at Salcedo Market. Great way to unwind and cap a busy week.

Tip: Do request for extra pillows because they only provide two in each room by default. The extra ones are by request and are free of charge.

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James R.
4.0 Stars

The art exhibits and the splash of colors give so much energy! It's a good spot in Makati where you can catch the Saturday morning banchetto right at the Salcedo park. Not convinced by the resto but hey the rooms are great!

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Tanya B.
4.0 Stars

A kitschy little hotel in the heart of the CBD.
The exterior boasts a yin and yang story. Upfront, you'll notice a minimalist white building and from the side, a blast of surprising color.

The interiors of the hotel is pleasant as well, with modern furnishing and blocks of color on the walls, its very urban chic.

Location is great. Loved walking around and exploring salcedo village during my stay.

The rooms are quite big and cozy. A nice television set with a steady sofa to watch on. Our room had a kitchen, if in case you felt like cooking. But why cook when there's so many food options around the area you've been dying to try out. Like chocolate fire and apartment 1B. Had a sofa and a breakfast table.

The bed though, i wasn't a big fan of. Found it a little hard and somehow uncomfortable. Of course, a part of me might be comparing this to Sofitel, whose beds i simply adore. Sofitel's beds feel like a warm hug, as opposed to this one which kind of feels like it just gave you a pat on the back.

The staff was very attentive and nice.

They have a small gym if you feel like you gotta burn those calories.

Probably a good place to stay for businessmen and expats. But probably not the type of place you'd go to for a "stay-cation" if you're from manila.

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