Out of nowhere it just hits—you’re burned out. Living in the concrete jungle can do that to a person. With the stress and traffic of big city living, you long for a vacation, but sometimes you just can’t afford a long getaway. So go for the next best thing, a staycation right in the heart of the bustling metro that is Quezon City. We’ve lined up some options you might want to consider so get cozy and read on!
1. Red Planet Hotel
Façade of Red Planet Hotel (Photo courtesy of Red Planet Hotel)
Minimalist style room in Red Planet Hotel (Photo courtesy of Red Planet Hotel)
The Haeinsa Condotel building (Photo courtesy of Haeinsa Condotel)
The Standard Room for Haeinsa Condotel (Photo courtesy of Haeinsa Condotel)
Façade of Stonehouse Hotel (Photo courtesy of Stonehouse Hotel)
If you love the nightlife and you’ve got to boogie, then Stone House Bed and Breakfast
might be the place for your staycation. It sits near Tomas Morato, which is a popular area for nights out with the squad for its long row of restaurants of various cuisines and gimmicks. Stone House also has a rooftop garden where you can unwind after a night out on the town. As a bed and breakfast, their rooms have a modern-style kitchenette equipped with a microwave and fridge. Their lowest priced room is at PhP1,800.
Sapphire Room of Stone House Bed and Breakfast (Photo courtesy of Stone House Bed and Breakfast)
Garden of Happy Turtle Hostel (Photo courtesy of Happy Turtle Hostel)
Happy Turtle Hostel is for the no-frills backpacker. (Photo courtesy of Happy Turtle Hostel)
Exteriors of Metro Room Budget Hotel (Photo courtesy of Metro Room Budget Hotel)
Comfortable bed at the Metro Room Budget Hotel (Photo courtesy of Metro Room Budget Hotel)
The famous red and yellow facade of Hotel Sogo (Photo courtesy of Hotel Sogo)
Modern room design at Hotel Sogo (Photo courtesy of Hotel Sogo)