Quezon City Hotels ~ Born and raised in Manila

Quezon City Hotels

There are a lot of Quezon City hotels, but a few stand out as gems of the bunch. They range in prices from $21 per night to $86 per night for the moxt luxurious. Quezon City hotels live in the largest city in Metro Manila. They are much cheaper than the premier hotels in Manila. The city is about 160 square kms and covers about 1/4 of the entire Metro Manila area. Bordering cities are Manila, Caloocan City, and Valenzuela City. San Juan, Mandaluyong City, Pasig City, and Marikina City also border this region of Quezon City hotels.

Low Price Range Quezon City Hotels:

The Tri-Place Hotel is located at #2 Alabama St. E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue. Rates start at just $21 so if you need long term lodging, this might be your best option as it can save you lots of money over time.

The Stonehouse Hotel has 54 rooms and is located at 1315 E. Rodriguez Ave., Barangay Kristong Hari. Rates also start at $21 and it has standard room features with a good location. The staff is friendly and hospitable here.

ACL Suites has a mixture of regular rooms and suites. It is close in proximity to many restaurants, shops, and bars as well, which makes this an attractive Quezon City hotel with rooms starting at $27 per night. The address is 72 13th Avenue, Cubao. This is an attractive option for backpackers looking to explore and have fun on a budget.

The last low budget hotel in Quezon City on this list is the Robbinsdale Hotel. The Robbinsdale has rooms starting at $34 and is located at 14 Araneta Avenue corner Palanza Street.

Mid-range Quezon City Hotels:

The Danarra Hotel has a pool, air conditioned rooms, maid service, and cable TV. With rooms starting at $37, this is a great deal. The hotel is located at 121 Mother Ignacia Avenue.

The Imperial Palace Suites is a popular hotel with rooms starting at just $52. This is a good deal because the hotel has cable TV, air conditioning, and a kitchenette with maid servic everyday. It is on the corner of Timog Ave & Tomas Morato.

The Sulo Hotel has rooms starting at $70 and has a pool, air conditioning, and cable TV. It is located on Matalino Road, Diliman. One convenient thing about this hotel is that it is located near lots of shops and restaurants.

Luxury Quezon City Hotels:

The Crowne Plaza Galleria has rooms starting at $86. It, Ortigas Avenue corner Asian Dev, Quezon City, Luzon 1100, Philippines, ☎ 63-2-6337222 (MNLCP@ichotelsgroup.com, fax: 63-2-6349966), [10]. Check in: 2:00 PM; Check out: 12:00 PM. Offers upscale and luxurious amenities conveniently located near several business and retail establishments in the heart of the city. Rates start at $86 per night.

Quezon City attractions:
The University of the Philippines at Diliman is in Quezon City, and is the country's premier public university. It was founded in June 1908, and is owned by the state. Many of the country's leaders, artists and professionals attended the University of the Philippines. Ataneo is a top private school in the country, and is also in Quezon City.

Another landmark in the city is Araneta Coliseum, where many of the Philippine Basketball Association games are played. The coliseum seats 32,000 people and has also hosted major boxing events such as the Mohammad Ali vs. Joe Frasier bout in 1976.

Quezon City typically is mild, even in the summertime. Rainy season is from May to October, and it is hottest in March and April. It is a little farther from Makati, so when you arrive via your cheap Manila flights, it will take about thirty more minutes to get to the city. This list of Quezon City hotels should get you started off to a great vacation at an affordable price.


Viviene Tan said...

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james abram said...

Thanks for the post! Maybe you could also try Summit Hotel Magnolia.