BGC Boutique Hostel

2855 Danlig St., Makati, Metro Manila

BGC Boutique Hostel
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Category:
Hotel
Business Hours
Open 24 Hours
Phone
+6328227514

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Gene G.
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The hostel industry in the Philippines is slowly increasing. Hostels are slowly popping out in the Metro, making people’s stay affordable and practical. A hostel is also a perfect way for budget travelers living in the Metro who wants to do a staycation.

There’s this hostel in Makati that deserves to be recognized and it is BGC Boutique Hostel.

BGC Boutique Hostel… isn’t that in BGC?

Nope, my dear friends! BGC stands for Be At Your Greatest Comfort. BGC Boutique Hostel is located at Danlig, Makati City. Danlig is near the BGC area. To reach BGC Boutique Hostel, you have to turn right once you see Mercury Drug and Petron along EDSA. The Mercury Drug that I’m talking about is located at the northbound of EDSA. Parking space is limited so I suggest you take an Uber/Grab or commute to this hostel. Their other 2 branches are located in Quezon City and Manila.

BGC Boutique Hostel became to be a place where people who came from the province would book an overnight accommodation. For only 499php/night, you can already rent a bunk bed plus other amenities like fresh towels, a pillow and a blanket, free internet, locker & electronic key card, privacy curtains and reading lamp.

On the gathering area, they have a desktop computer, visitors lounge, laundry facilities, and board games. The gathering area is the perfect place to meet new people. Hats off to the one who thought of the design of the hostel. They executed their design very well in which it can be Instagram worthy. When it comes to security purposes, they have CCTV cameras installed & a guard to watch over the hostel.

TIPS DURING YOUR STAY:
• Make sure to bring toiletries with you like toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, soap. Hostels don’t usually include toiletries.

• I would really suggest staying in the lower bunk if you don’t want any hassle going back and forth to the bathroom.

• Beside the hostel is a karinderia. So if you feel hungry, just go there to have a meal.

• It’s a different experience to share a room with other travelers you haven’t met. If you are the type of person who wants his/her own privacy while staying in a budget, I suggest getting a private room.

Thank you BGC Boutique Hostel for letting me experience an overnight stay! 128522

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