BGC Hostel & Dorm - Quezon City | Places to stay in Quezon City-Metro Manila

BGC Boutique Hostel & Dorm Main 4 (1) Facade Room
Earliest availability: March 20, 2019
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Overview

Check-in after: 02:00 PM

Check-out before: 12:00 PM

Number of rooms: 3

Credit card facility: Visa, Mastercard, Paypal

Amenities

Kitchen
Wi-Fi
Air Conditioning
Shower
Parking on Premises
Restaurant

Safety features

Smoke Detector
Fire Extiguisher
Lobby Security
24 Hours Security

Guest policies

House rules

(1) Keep the room/house clean; (2) Use water and electricity responsibly; (3) Keep noise to a minimum; (4) Be polite and considerate to neighbors/locals at all times.

Cancellation policy

FREE Cancellation. If canceled or modified up to 14 days before the date of arrival, no fee will be charged.

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Getting there and around

Nearby attractions

Presidential Car Museum
Attraction
3.85 km away

Classic, vintage cars reconditioned to their most elegant shape—not only are the physical cars the highlight of this particular museum. These vehicles are special in themselves for they were made to transport some of the most powerful people in Philippine history. The museum features 12 beautiful presidential cars as well as other vehicles used by historical personalities such as first lady Imelda Marcos, World War II General Douglas MacArthur, and Malolos constitution author Leon Apacible. Managed by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP), the museum was built to share the narrative of past Philippine presidents through these interesting and intriguing artifacts. No other place will you see so many vintage cars in the city than in the Presidential Car Museum!

Words by Michelle Tobias | Photos by Riah Camposagrado

UST Museum
Attraction
4.33 km away

The oldest museum in the Philippines, UST Museum owns the first collection of artefacts in the country, dating to as far back as 1682. A jack of all trades, it houses a bit of everything: botanical, zoological, religious, ethnological, cultural, and artistic. Originally called "Gabinete de Fisica" in the late 16th century, the UST Museum used to be a museum specializing in natural history only. Today, not only does the museum features artefacts endemic to the Philippines, it has also expanded to accommodate religious images, visual arts and paintings, ethnography, and memorabilia, to name a few. Two of the museum's intriguing items include the Sculpture of the Crucified Christ, which was carved from an elephant tusk, and the museum's most priceless exhibit "The Portrait of a Young Balinese Girl" by Italian sensualist artist Romualdo Locatelli.

San Sebastian Church
Attraction
5.11 km away

San Sebastian Church is the only neo-Gothic church in Asia made entirely of prefabricated steel. The steel structure was crafted in Belgium and was transported in eight different shipments to the Philippines. In 1891, the church was assembled and completed, its steel frame filled with mixed sand, gravel, and cement. Inside, the church is elaborate with stained glass windows depicting the passion of the Christ. The church's pointed arches and washed out paintings of nuns, angels, and saints evoke feelings of terror and fright. Quirky to its design, however, is its altar, which is made of seashells.

Things to do nearby

Learn Archery in 1 Hour
₱200
Experience
Adrenaline junkies
4.49 km away

Learn the basics of archery and get to grips with unlimited arrows. DMZ Archery Range opened it's doors to the public on October 29, 2016 with a record breaking price of P199/hr, which was the cheapest rate for any archery range in the country. It was initially designed to cater friends and fellow archers who has the same passion as the owners. 

The Big Binondo Food Wok (Private Tour)
₱1,500
Experience
Guided food tour
6.20 km away

Put aside three hours of non-stop culinary treat as we eat our way around the most intimate alleys of Binondo! We'll horse around the streets taking in Tsinoy history, chomping down food and gorging on specialty treats as we nibble our way down through Chinatown! Definitely a wok for your stomach and the soul!

Rent Coaster Van for 1 Day
₱11,500
Experience
Airport and city transfers
6.44 km away

  • Travel within and beyond Manila comfortably in a private coaster driven by a qualified and experienced driver 
  • Plan your own itinerary as your driver will recommend the quickest route to your destination of choice
  • The coaster van is perfect for traveling beyond Metro Manila for convenient trips to places like Mt Pinatubo, Pampanga Trip and Cavite Food Tour

Other places to stay

Brentwood Suites
₱2,679
Hotels and homes
0.36 km away

Brentwood Suites is a stylish new hotel at the heart of Quezon City. Conveniently located near Quezon Avenue, we cater to both business and leisure travelers who seek comfortable accommodation at an affordable price. Brentwood Suites is just across Fisher Mall, and is within minutes from Timog Avenue, Tomas Morato and other business hubs.

Best Western Oxford Suites
₱2,900
Hotels and homes
1.04 km away

Best Western Oxford Suites Makati is a 27-story boutique property within walking distance of Makati's Central Business and Entertainment districts.

Experience the best of boutique lodging at our hotel. The Makati accommodations we offer are fully equipped with amenities that ensure your comfort and convenience. Treat each space as your personal sanctuary as you enjoy every stay with us.


Cocoon Boutique Hotel
₱4,900
Hotels and homes
1.09 km away

It was Mother Nature herself who set the standard in luxurious homes—a cocoon. A sanctuary that covers you in softness. 
A home, which though temporary, envelopes you in warmth. 
A nesting place where you can safely let nature take its course and you come out renewed and invigorated. 
It is luxury that is relaxing and serene, rather than decadent and indulgent. 
It is pleasure that is refined and subdued, rather than opulent.

At Cocoon Boutique Hotel in Quezon City, we took our cue from Mother Nature herself and created our own standard of green luxury. Pleasurable serenity is replicated in the sleep and bath experience we offer our guests. Metamorphosis is made possible with in-hotel facilities where the body is refreshed (aesthetic clinic), rejuvenated (spa & salon), and nourished (specialty restaurants). And warmth and sunshine are mirrored in the smiles of our staff and their discreet way of attending to your every need.

This is luxury the way Mother Nature would have intended it.

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