Saturday, October 15, 2016

BGC_hostel Makati : A Hostel Like No other

There was a time in the past when people want to travel and see new places in and out of the country but are hesitant because they worry about the accommodation rates. Those days are gone because of the proliferation of guesthouses and hostels in most of the famous cities and other tourists attractions on the globe. 





One good thing about staying in a hostel is it lets you save an ample amount of money and another is, it enables you to intermingle with other like-minded travelers. Which of course leads you to learning some local recommendations, consequently makes your stay extra authentic.






I recently stayed at BGC Hostel Makati. By and large, it is very affordable compared to other hostels around the city. BGC Hostel Makati has all the amenities that are very essential for all the guests. It has private and shared rooms, there’s communal area which allows travelers to meet new interesting people who may turn out to be future friends or travel buddies on their next voyage. Shared kitchen is also available where guests can cook their own food instead of always eating out at the fast food which lets them save a large sum of money. Another very important thing that I noticed was the hostel’s strong wi-fi connection. I managed to write 2 articles for my blog during my stay there.









The staff treats all guests like family. They are very warm and friendly. BGC Hostel Makati’s top priority is providing security and safety to all their guests so they can have a worry free and comfortable experience. The security option of this hostel range from safes behind reception, lockers in the rooms, electronic swipe cards for door rooms, 24-hour security on site and CCTVs recording common areas.


 
One vital aspect of this hostel is its location. It is near the transport link so the guests enjoy the convenience of getting to various tourist places they are interested in.





The BGC Hostel Makati is approximately 30 meters away from EDSA via Danlig Street, a stone's throw away from Kalayaan Avenue.

3 comments:

  1. The place looks so relaxing yet cool ��
    Awesome rev!

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    1. thanks for taking time in reading it. 😎

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  2. Nice post, Thanks for sharing this useful information with us.
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