The Royalton - LOCATION
Capitol Commons is Located Meralco Avenue corner Shaw Boulevard, Pasig City
LOCATION IS STILL EVERYTHING
Now it is time to wax lyrical on why The Royalton is a prime location. In actual fact, all that is not necessary. By merely stating the facts of the location does justice to this vantage. From the moment residents leave the lobby or parking garage, they are literally minutes away from every conceivable access point for the purposes of work, living, shopping, and even playing, within the greater environs of Metro Manila.
To this end, everything begins in Pasig City. Upon leaving The Royalton, they are within earshot of a number of urban city amenities often taken for granted.
Everything on your doorstep
Shopping remains essential to maintain those high living standards. To meet expectations, the Estancia Shopping Mall, house of global brands, awaits them. When it comes to appealing to the palate of the aristocracy, it is necessary to provide them with as much culinary choices as possible. The new nearby Unimart, with carts of international labels, satisfies that appetite.
Weekends are no longer the only occasions for letting the hair down, especially since traditional and modern attractions are all within walking distance. It is The Paragon that caters for movie buffs with its digital accommodations.
This modern day high entertainment value center is also home to restaurants and lifestyle centers which cater to the twenty-first century crowd. But perhaps visiting a local institution is best reserved for weekends. A must visit hive of cultural and traditional activity is the Capital Commons park stands.
Long before it was officially declared as a city, Pasig was really just a rural location. Today, the city can also be declared ideal for mixed used developments, which incidentally is ongoing and which The Royalton is very much already a part of.
The city is located along the eastern outskirts of Metro Manila. Quezon City, Makati, Marikina and Mandaluyong are its urban neighbors. Nearby municipalities are Cainta and Taytay, both within the province of Rizal of which Pasig was formerly its capital. At this point, it is worthwhile pointing out the complex sub-division of this city to foreign readers.
Pasig City has been (politically) sub-divided into no less than thirty barangays. These boroughs, as you might put it, have been deliberately calved into half to serve the purposes of council representation. So, for Royalton newcomers to know where they stand can only be pleasing news.
In any event, they still have their building concierge to turn to for directions. On more contentious matters which require a degree of civic-mindedness, the building’s administrators can assist newcomers to the area. Now, the formidable Ortigas Center remains the business and financial hub to which many Pasig commuters, citizens and traders will be turning to on a daily basis.
It is currently rated second only to Makati as a central business district in Metro Manila. But Ortigas is also home to a number of shopping centers and restaurants and is a favorite area for locals and visitors to indulge in the nightlife.
- Marks and Spencer - 0.13 km
- Sarabia - 0.15 km
- West Elm - 0.18 km
- Estancia - 0.18 km
- LeSportsac - 0.19 km
- Burger Brewskies - 0.11 km
- Eummane - 0.16 km
- UCC Clockwork - 0.17 km
- Highlands Prime Steakhouse - 0.17 km
- CocoIchibanya Curry House - 0.17 km
- Oranbo Elementary School - 0.13 km
- Mother Goose Playskool Inc. - 0.54 km
- Clarion School - 0.60 km
- Lincolnshire Intermediate School - 0.61 km
- University of Asia the Pacific - 0.62 km