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B Hotel Quezon City: An Industrial-Inspired Space With An Inviting Vibe

Add this hotel on your list of places to visit

Photography: Mark Jesalva

From punishing schedules to the horrible traffic, nowadays, we can always find reasons to postpone a well-deserved vacation. Luckily, staycations were invented—it's a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of the city without going too far.

If you're looking for a place to destress, you can definitely find rest and relaxation at B Hotel. Located in the heart of Quezon City, this boutique hotel is not just a cozy hangout but a great spot for decor inspiration, too. The space has a distinct rugged style that will surely be a welcome change for guests and transients alike—aside from that, here are three other things we loved most about B Hotel: 

It's hip and modern interiors

The hotel's concept is inspired by Brutalism (from the French word brute, meaning raw) which features a lot of concrete-based elements and a monochrome color scheme. Together with the prominent use of gray, they used red accents to break the monotony of the space and to provide a more welcoming feel. 

RL Tip: To get a similar look for your living area, consider going for a black and white palette as a base. Layer with accessories that has wrought-iron and wood touches for a rustic-industrial look.  

The vintage brick wall with a twist

One of the things that stood out the most is the one-of-a-kind wall featured at the Mezzanine Bar. With the help of architect Edward Co Tan, they were able to achieve an edgy look with a Pinoy touch by weaving the bricks with photos that depict the country's history. 

RL Tip: Whether it's in your bedroom or your library, if you have a blank space that needs sprucing up, try creating a gallery wall and display your family's best memories. This is a nice way to make your space tell your story, too.

The monolithic-themed suites

To complete the modernist feel of the hotel, the rooms were adorned with steel net chairs and "unfinished" furniture. If you want to recreate the look, check out thrift shops and consignment stores to find eclectic pieces that can add character to your space.  


  • #14 Scout Rallos Street, Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City 
  • (02) 990-5000

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