About this listing
A cozy, colorful studio condo located on a relaxed, tree-lined street just walking distance from Quezon City's coolest restaurants, bars, and coffeeshops on Tomas Morato and Timog Avenues. Easy access to public transport with MRT less than 1km away.
This 41-square-meter studio apartment is located on the 12th floor of El Jardin del Presidente 2 Condominium building near the Tomas Morato and Timog areas of Quezon City. It's furnished with a double bed (NOTE: THE SINGLE BED IN THE PHOTOS HAS SINCE BEEN UPGRADED TO A DOUBLE!), full-sized sofa bed good for two, dining area, well-equipped kitchen, fast WiFi, and a breezy balcony with a great view.
Fast 3MBPS WiFi
Hot and Cold Shower
Airconditioning and electric fan
24-hour fitness gym
LCD TV with Cable
Kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, blender, single-burner stove, rice cooker, coffee drip and press, dinner ware.
Accommodations for 3 pax
Utilities: Electricity consumption up to P3000/month, water, cable, WiFi.
Tea and coffee
CLEANING: For guests staying longer than a few nights, if you wish to someone clean the unit during your stay, I can arrange this at a small additional cost. Just let me know and I can arrange a schedule.
Check out time: 11AM
Check in time: 2PM
However, I can be flexible. If there are no guests checking in or out on the same day as you, we can adjust the time.
Also: No need to meet up for check-in or check-out! I'll just provide you a 4-digit code for entering the unit. The code is changed with every guest for added security.
Interaction with Guests
This is a homestay. I usually live in the unit, so if you'd like to stay over, I'll just need a few days advanced notice to clear out. After that, the unit's all yours. I can be contacted via cellphone for any needs. I'm also happy to meet with guests for dinner or lunch to share travel tips or stories!
CONVENIENT, SAFE, HIP LOCATION:
The condo is located in Barangay South Triangle in Quezon City, a unique mix of quiet, tree-lined residential streets and trendy restaurants, coffee shops, and bars.
Tomas Morato and Timog Avenues nearby have some of the best restaurants and night life in all of Metro Manila, from low-key canteens, to white tablecloth restos, to chill coffeeshops, and buzzing bars. Foodies won't run out of places to try! Check my Airbnb guidebook for a map of recommended restaurants.
The apartment is also just a 20min walk from the biggest weekend farmer's market in Metro Manila (Sidcor Weekend Market), which is open from around 6am to 2pm every Sunday.
EASY ACCESS TO TRANSPORT:
This location is walking distance from almost anything you might need including restaurants, banks, hospitals, grocery stores, coffeeshops, and the MRT. Easly hail a taxi from the lobby at any time. A taxi to the airport costs around P250 ($5) and will take about forty minutes to an hour.
WITHIN 1KM OR 5 MIN. WALK:
GMA Kamuning MRT Station
Quezon Avenue MRT Station
Hi-Top Supermarket on Quezon Avenue
Rustan's Supermarket at Il Terrazo, Tomas Morato
Labandera Ko and Metropole Laundrymat
WITHIN 6 KM OR 10-MIN TAXI RIDE:
SM North Mall
University of the Philippines
Ateneo de Manila University
St Lukes Hospital
Other Things to Note
I am always more than happy to meet with my guests for a meal or a drink, or recommend things to do while you're in Manila!
NOTE ON PRICING: I change my pricing depending on season and demand, based on Airbnb's price recommendations. So please double-check with me on the price. Good discounts available for long-term stays.
1. Please turn off lights and airconditioning when you leave the unit.
2. Smoking only on the balcony, please. No smoking inside.
3. Please provide me with complete names of all persons who will stay at the unit, so I can inform security to let you through.
4. Please keep the place tidy and respect the neighbors.
About the Host, Pia
I'm a media professional who has spent the last eight years doing online journalism, social media marketing, and documentary video production for one of the Philippines' top TV networks. Three of my favorite things to do: travel, eat, and bike. I seek out authentic and experiential travel. When on the road, I always seek out that location's unique food, culture, and nature. I also believe biking is one of the best ways to experience a place.
Having travelled extensively around the Philippines for both work and pleasure, I'd be more than happy to help visitors plan their trip!