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5 Angels in Makati
! online booking is mandatory
330 meters from P. Burgos Street
400 meters from A. Venue Mall
Inside Glorietta 2 Shopping Mall
200 meters from Park Square UV Express Terminal
350 meters from Glorietta 4 Metro Station
400 meters from Ayala Avenue
50 meters from Prince Plaza II Bus Station
200 meters from Makati Avenue
300 meters from Greenbelt's Organic Garden
40 meters from Ave Station
170 meters from P. Burgos Street
550 meters from Century City Mall
400 meters from Vito Cruz Station
Bagbnb is a local experience
Angels are bars, hotels, restaurants or offices checked and monitored by the BAGBNB team! They will be happy to welcome you to the city!
Safe and secure
All deposits are secure and guaranteed and all luggage deposited through the platform are covered by the Bagbnb guarantee.
Online booking and payment is compulsory.
BAGBNB deposit points do not accept, in any case, the luggage of customers without online reservation.
BAGBNB’s luggage storage in Makati
Whatever is the reason that led you to Makati, remember that BAGBNB is there for you. You can book online one of our luggage storage spots, paying only PHP300 a day! We are in different areas of the city, near the Station Vito Cruz or at the Centro Commerciale.
Is BAGBNB safe?
We define our partners as Angels because they guard your luggage carefully and allow you to explore the city hands-free. A BAGBNB Angel can be found inside hotels, restaurants or shops. All partner companies have been checked in advance by our staff and are supervised over time.
What to do and see in Makati
Makati is the economic heart of the Philippines, where many financial companies, banks, and multinationals are based. Makati, however, is not only the city of business but also a crossroads between culture and entertainment. Spanish rule has left many traces of its passage, such as the church of Nuestra Señora de Gracia or the church of San Pedro Makati. Popular culture also finds its place in the city: at the Ayala Museum you can see archaeological and ethnographic finds from the Philippines.
Ayala Triangle Gardens
If you have already visited the Philippines in the past, you will know very well how difficult it is to find a natural area within its metropolis. In Makati's Central Business District, however, you’ll find a green oasis called Ayala Triangle Gardens. It’s an area of about 20,000 square meters with more than 100 trees of different species (rain trees, golden palms, kamuning and podo cerpus). In these gardens, there are several relaxation areas and refreshment points.