Hotel Celeste (former MARS Disco)


Hotel Celeste, the newest boutique hotel in town, shows off its suite rooms.

There are only 5 suite rooms with different interior designs priced at P8,500(net) per night. The rest of the 25 rooms in Hotel Celeste are deluxe rooms priced at P6,000(net) per night – inclusive of breakfast. The prices adjust based on demand of the rooms. It is


Hotel Celeste Suite Room 307

Is this what you call Victorian inspired? (It would have been nice if they use a unique name for each of the room.)


The green bathroom.


A sosy poker table perhaps?

Hotel Celeste Suite Room #2


Don’t you just want to jump inside the bed?


Chinese-inspired living room.


The green colored bath tub just triggered a wild imagination in my head…

Hotel Celeste Deluxe Room 306

Just like any typical hotel room in Makati.


Each of the deluxe rooms has a signature hand painted wall design.


The same hand-painted wall design is applied in the bathroom.

Hotel Celeste

Ms. Angie Vicencio, Director of Sales and Marketing02 San Lorenzo Drive corner A. Arnaiz Avenue(former location of MARS Disco) San Lorenzo Village, Makati City Philippines 1223Telephone: +632 8878080Telefax: +632 8878088Mobile: +63 917 8526541Email: angie.vicencio@hotelceleste.phwww.hotelceleste.ph

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16 thoughts on “Hotel Celeste (former MARS Disco)

  1. I haven’t had a good look at the facade, but the hotel looks like it would be perfectly at home in any major European city. Its a gorgeous hotel!
    Anton, I’m trying to click on the entry about Cicou in my blogger dashboard but it wouldn’t open…

  2. I stayed at one of Hotel Celeste’s suites last month. I loved the rooms and the bathrooms! No rooms were the same. I felt like a queen when I stayed their. I wished I did not have to to go. We had a jacuzzi in our suite! We stayed there during their first few weeks so they still needed fine tuning, especially their elevator but I loved the interiors from the lobby down to the rooms. They were magnificent. Their parking is in their basement but it is not sufficient. We had problems getting our car in and out of the parking area so we opted to avail of the valet parking. If I were to stay in known hotel chains like Shangri-La or Manila Peninsula, I would rather stay in boutique hotels like Hotel Celeste.

  3. I stayed at one of Hotel Celeste’s suites last month. I loved the rooms and the bathrooms! No rooms were the same. I felt like a queen when I stayed their. I wished I did not have to to go. We had a jacuzzi in our suite! We stayed there during their first few weeks so they still needed fine tuning, especially their elevator but I loved the interiors from the lobby down to the rooms. They were magnificent. Their parking is in their basement but it is not sufficient. We had problems getting our car in and out of the parking area so we opted to avail of the valet parking. If I were to stay in known hotel chains like Shangri-La or Manila Peninsula, I would rather stay in boutique hotels like Hotel Celeste.

  4. Hi Anton! I love how the hotel looks so obscure and cozy 🙂 Perfect for a romantic mini vacation! Do they also have free breakfast like the other hotels? 🙂

  5. Those rooms look fantastic! Thanks for doing all these reviews talaga. This time, when I go back to the Philippines, I have an itinerary already! 🙂

  6. I had checked in the different 5 star hotels in the country for free, courtesy of the drug companies. I think this is the most marvelous rooms I had seen. I hope to check it someday.

  7. Paula, this entry is not a review as Anton didn’t stay in the hotel. Thus, didn’t experience Hotel Celeste’s services first-hand. He mainly took photos of the rooms and “showcased” the interiors of the hotel. I’d personally prefer an entry where the author really did spend the night in Hotel Celeste and can compare the services to other good hotels in the metro.
    But I applaud you, Anton, for being the first blogger to feature Hotel Celeste. However, that’s just about it. Just being the first. Don’t get me wrong, I like your blog but I noticed that it’s slowly dwindling in quality. Maybe you should put more personal touches to your entries and not just “feature” something for the sake of.
    Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family.

  8. hi anton,
    the owner of this hotel is also the owner of Boracay Tropics (formerly rainbow villas), located along the main road and on the corner of the road going to the tourist center.
    the resto of hotel celeste is owned by chef cyrill soenen (or chef cysou as he is known among f&b people.)

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