Ascott opens First property in the north— Citadines Millennium Ortigas Manila

Citadines Millennium Ortigas Manila is managed by The Ascott Limited, a member of CapitaLand. The Ascott Limited is one of the leading international serviced residence owner-operators of more than 300 properties with over 52,000 serviced residence units in key cities of the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East. Its portfolio spans 100 cities in 29 countries. The company operates three award-winning brands: Ascott, Citadines and SomersetVibrant Living at the Center of it All
Offering vibrant living, the new serviced residence is an ideal home for business and leisure travelers who want to be at the center of it all.  It is just a few steps away from Ortigas’ corporate row, which includes the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Philippine Stock Exchange; and lifestyle options such as malls, dining & entertainment enclaves, golf courses and fitness & wellness establishments.  The location also allows easy access to key areas like Makati City, Wack Wack in Greenhills, San Juan and Quezon City.

Artsy Vibe with Nature-inspired Elements
Residents and guests will truly feel at home at Citadines Millennium Ortigas Manila with its well-thought-of interiors and tasteful & vibrant design that magnify the property’s distinctive artsy vibe where you’d seesplashes of lively colors, unique paintings, themed pictures, geometric accents and other works of art.  The artsy vibe is uniquely mixed with bio mimicry that showcases designs bearing elements of nature such as stones, grass, leaves and chartreuse colors.  For a cohesive look, design pieces, including the hallway carpets and other accents are nature-inspired.

All throughout the building, greenery is incorporated as part of the building features.  Citadines Millennium Ortigas Manila has incorporated energy-and water-saving features throughout the property to help reduce carbon footprint. The building was built to conform to global environmental specifications by using energy-efficient lighting, which makes use of LED lights that burn less energy. Apartment toilets feature water-saving fittings like the dual flush toilet cisterns to cut down on water consumption. Citadines Millennium Ortigas Manila makes good use of natural lighting and ventilation to minimize environmental impact.  More importantly, the apartments have double-glazed windows that prevent unwanted heat from coming in and help reduce medium to high frequency noise from outside.  The property also features pockets of green with its garden deck found at the building’s 4th floor, providing the serenity and beauty of nature amidst the bustling city.

Vibrant Living in Spacious Serviced Residences
The 293 contemporary apartments cater to young business executives and couples on holiday exploring the city, offering various choices of spacious units ranging from studio to one-, two- and three-bedroom serviced units.  Each apartment has touches of art and reminiscent of home with separate living and dining areas, a fully-equipped kitchen, and wireless internet.

For work-life balance, the service residence has a Residents’ Lounge overlooking the expanse of nearby cities, swimming pool and a fitness centre, ensuring an enjoyable stay.

Citadines Millennium Ortigas Manila also has functions room, which could accommodate up to 250 pax.  It could also be divided into four conference rooms to cater to smaller functions.  The ground floor will house two celebrated restaurants, Relish Luxe Café and Aburi Japanese restaurant.

In the Philippines, Ascott is the largest international serviced residence owner-operator with 14 properties (7 are under development)with over 2,900 units in Metro Manila and Cebu.

For inquiries and bookings, send an email to  enquiry.manila@the-ascott.com or contact (632) 550 3200.

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