Azumi Boutique Hotel is a chic and stylish hotel in Alabang with 186 rooms. The hotel is decked out in grey with bright orange accents. The location is also pretty convenient with Molito and Alabang Town Center a short walk away or you can take their scheduled shuttles to nearby malls. Parking is available but might be a little hard for bigger vehicles.
The lobby is not the biggest but it is stylishly decorated with lots of travel related items. The are also big and comfy chairs to relax, which feels like being in someone’s den rather than a hotel.
There’s also a Nail Spa located beside the lobby for some his and hers pampering.
After an quick check in, we proceeded to our room in their “green” elevator. I was leaning my face on the faux grass for a while before I realized what I was doing.
I was amazed at how clean the elevator waiting area and the hallways are. Tastefully decorated in a minimalist way.
Two towels shaped into elephants with their trunks touching was on our queen sized bed as we entered our Garden Room on the 5th floor.
There’s one queen sized bed plus a day bed that can be converted into a single bed. Lauren got the single bed and proceeded to lay all her stuff down and lied down to relax and enjoy the weekend. The bed was comfortable and the air conditioning was top notch so I had a very restful sleep.
The room has a 32 inch LCD tv that we never even opened because we all had our gadgets and connected to the WIFI.
There’s a small refrigerator and a sink near the door with two complimentary bottles of water.
The toilet was compact but functional with nice fixtures including a rain fall shower. The door doubles at the shower room door also, ingenious.
Our room had a small veranda/garden where you can sit and have a smoke or chat in the fresh air.
The hotel does not have a gym but it has a unique pool located on the penthouse. It’s an infinity pool with only the sides having some sort of cover. Scary and cool at the same time. There’s also a newly opened bar and function room on the same floor.
Here’s the view of Molito from the penthouse.
Breakfast is served in the in house restaurant, Romulo Cafe. They also handle room service and pool side snacks. The spread was a light spread, missing was the breakfast favorite, bacon.
Romulo Cafe Alabang is pretty with high ceilings and very well decorated. We had dinner and lunch here aside from the included breakfast.
Here are my favorites from Romulo Cafe.
The Cheese and Vigan Longganisa Dumplings (P150). Crispy with a creamy and flavorful filling. A nice starter to get your taste buds going.
Ginataang Kuhol (P190). A common Filipino dish but Romulo’s serves it sans the shell so it’s easier to eat.
Lechon Kawali (P360). Deep fried pork goodness with a liver dipping sauce on the side. Expertly fried with no oiliness plus very tasty meat even without the sauce.
The Crispy Pork Binagoongnan (P360) and the Bagnet Pakbet (P205) both used the same deep fried pork so they immediately were winners for our taste buds.
Here are the other dishes we had at Romulo Cafe in Azumi Boutique Hotel.
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Our stay at Azumi Boutique Hotel was relaxing and enjoyable. It’s perfect for people looking for a quick getaway or business people looking for a simple but centrally located base. Room rates are also pretty affordable, from 2-4k if booked through Agoda.
Azumi Boutique Hotel2205 Market Street, Madrigal Business Park Phase III
Alabang, Muntinlupa City
Contact No.: (632) 869-9888
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