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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.


 


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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?)


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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.


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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.

 

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

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

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