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This Hostel in Makati Has Calming Bedrooms Perfect for Staycations

The bonus? You get design ideas for the different rooms in your house, too!

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Hostels have become a popular accommodation among foreigners and true-blue travelers. Not only is it an affordable option, it's also an exciting solution especially if you're traveling alone because you get to mingle with like-minded wanderers. Lub d Philippines, the newest branch of Asian hostel chain Lub D, just opened in February 2018 in the entertainment district of Poblacion in Makati to offer a fun-filled respite to those staying in the city.


 



With a promise that "Everyone leaves as a friend," Lub d Philippines features common areas where guests can talk and hang out, such as the rooftop restaurant and bar, which provides front row seats to the amazing skyline of Makati City; the deli bar, which offers a great selection of coffees and smoothie; and the game room, where you can play some foosball or billiards. The hostel also has a co-working space with free WiFi so you can check your work e-mail while on vacation. (But why would you do that?)


The bedrooms are perfect pegs if you've always wanted a cozy sleeping space with a calming minimalist appeal. 


Planning a shared bedroom or thinking of investing in a loft-type space? The clean lines, small space solutions, and design ideas found in this room are noteworthy.


For accommodations, you can choose to bunk with seven strangers at the mixed dorm or ladies' dorm; or book a private room for two or for four. Lub d Philippines has a total of 163 rooms in its 13-storey building. Facilities are available for disabled guests and all floors are wheelchair accessible.

Rates start at P540. Lub d Philippines is at 7833 Makati Avenue, Poblacion, Makati City. Lub d has properties in Bangkok, Phuket, and Siem Reap. For more information, visit Lub d Philippines' website.

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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.

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