BGC Hostel that Gives Great Comfort to all Travelers

BGC Hostel and Dorm Makati is one of the 3 three-branch of BGC Hostel. BGC (Be at your Greatest Comfort) offers daily and monthly accommodation for all local and foreign travelers. They opened October 2015 and they are 0n their 10-month operation.  Situated in Makati and just a few steps away from EDSA. Located at 2855 Danlig street, Pinagkaisahan Makati City, Philippines. 




Hostels are becoming popular now in the Philippines and one of the few hostels here in Makati is BGC that has cutesy wall art, unique and rustic clock, colorful themed wall and doors will welcome you here.



This common lounge are is located at the second level of the building. 




A touch Filipino public utility figurines to add vibrant art on their 2nd floor. 


For only 499PHP / 10.61 USD, you can book a bed from an 8 or 12 mixed dorm bedroom. Check in time is 2pm and check out is 12 lunch. They have 8 mixed dorms, 12 mixed dorms, a dorm for Ladies and 1 private room. All bedrooms are fully air conditioned, has an ensuite shower (2) and 1 toilet. And each room provides a locker, wall lamp on each bed and 1 electric socket for each bed as well. 





Going there via commute:

- Coming from south bound, ride a bus going to Makati and drop off to Petron Gasoline Station right after AYALA MRT Station. Just 1-2 minutes walk and you will see BGC Hostel building. 

- Coming from north bound, ride a bus going to AYALA and drop off to Kalayaan/Buendia, walk across the street and go to Petron Station. 

Food Stall and Restaurant around/near BGC Hostel:

On a budget? Here's Ateng Lugawan and Tapsihan that serves all kinds of TAPSI for less than 100 PHP / 2 USD, Congee for 50 PHP / 1.2 USD and opens 24/7. 


Perhaps you want to explore the nearby area - Bonifacio Global City and have a romantic lunch/dinner at Le Jardin at W Building. They offer fine dining French cuisine and right now they offer a set lunch from 11 am to 3pm for 499 pesos.  




I tried one of their best sellers- A freshly made pasta with shrimp and homemade toasted chorizo.  


Thanks Nics for this photo 
There are many another restaurant around BGC and High Street as well. Enjoy shopping with your friends, or perhaps a photo walks and takes tons of great pictures around the area and grab a cup of coffee from a nearby coffee shop.


The use of this 360° virtual tour of BGC Boutique Hostel and Dorm Makati is authorized by Traveloka.

To know more about BGC Hostel and Dorm Makati visit their website http://bgchostel.ph/
Call/Email: 02-8227514 / bgcboutiquehostel@yahoo.com
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BGC Hostel that Gives Great Comfort to all Travelers 

15 comments:

  1. I was there. BGC Hostel has all the necessities at yung wala, makukuha sa establishments na malapit like Mercury Drugstore. But what I liked the most is its location. Napakadaling hanapin.

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  2. Love the place. So affordable and near main thoroughfare. Love the colors and characters. And i appreciate the owners decision to put curtains for extra privacy.

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    1. i also like having curtains for added privacy though you are in a mixed dorm bed

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  3. This hostel looks comfortable and nice.. Can consider to go and stay!

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  4. That's amazing! It's really affordable and I love the decor, it's perfect for backpackers or those who are simply on a budget. Good to know that there are establishments that are near too, especially food.

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  5. Looks like the perfect place to stay in if you're on a budget while on vacation. There are plenty of spots nearby which is great if you want to pass the time! I really like the rooms, the place looks full of life!

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  6. Looks as good as a hotel. Definitely I can recommend to people or stay myself if I plan a vacation!

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  7. This is really accessible to buses and even MRT. I'll tell my relativesto stay here when they are in town.

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  8. This hostel looks neat and clean. For budget travelers and backpackers, quite a good idea to try.

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  9. I'm digging into hostels of late. Stayed in 2 last month and gonna stay in 1 next month... Hostels are great for socialist plus accommodation!

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  10. Hostel is good as it's kind on the pocket and allow travellers spend the money on other areas such as attractions and souvenirs!

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  11. I do not think I will ever get to stay in this hostel, but it is good to know that places like this already exist near EDSA and Makati. You will never know if you need it in an emergency, like an all-nighter Carmageddon, and you really cannot keep awake anymore.

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  12. I think it offers a good deal for low budget and backpackers but not sure about if travelling with my kids.

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