Logo since 2010, after a major rebranding scheme
|Location||San Lorenzo, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines|
About the Center
The Ayala Center is a recreational, shopping, dining, and entertainment development located in the heart of Makati. It is bounded by Ayala Avenue on the east, Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) on the south, Arnaiz Avenue on the west, and to north by Legazpi Street and Paseo de Roxas. The Ayala station of MRT Line 3 serves the area. The development originally started In 1988 and 1991 with a number of separate shopping arcades and Greenbelt Park before expanding to cover over 50 hectares of facilities. Today the complex now includes several malls, each with its own shopping and restaurant arcades and cinemas; three department stores, a number of hotels; and the Ayala Museum, showcasing exhibits on Philippine history and art.
- InterContinental Manila (closed in 2015)
- Dusit Thani
- Holiday Inn & Suites Makati
- Makati Fairmont Hotel and Raffles Suites and Residences
- New World Renaissance Hotel
- Makati Shangri-La
- Ascott Hotel (formerly the Oakwood Premier)
- Seda Hotel (2020)
On May 17, 2000 at 5:02 p.m., Glorietta was bombed injuring 12 persons, mostly teenagers. According to local authorities, the homemade bomb was placed in front of a toilet beside a video arcade.
The 2007 Glorietta explosion ripped through the Glorietta 2 section of the Glorietta shopping complex at Ayala Center in Makati on 19 October 2007.
The death toll in the explosion was 11, while 120 were injured. Although there were conflicting reports as to the cause, it was concluded that the explosion was caused by a faulty liquefied petroleum gas tank located in a Chinese restaurant.
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