Metro Manila, Philippines · 86 apartments available
With a land area that spans over 160 square kilometers, Quezon City is considered the largest and most populous city in Metro Manila. The city, which served as the capital from 1948 to 1976, is home to several government buildings, multinational company headquarters, parks, shopping centers, and the two of the country’s major television networks.
Because the city is so big, you are sure to find anything that you set your mind to. Hop on and off a jeep to explore its bustling streets and you’re guaranteed to make delightful discoveries in every corner. Quezon City is the place to be for travelers and guests who want to witness what everyday city living in the Philippine is like.
When booking a staycation or planning a trip to Metro Manila for more than a couple of days, it is always a good idea to check out apartments for rent in Quezon City. Unlike the typical hotel rooms, apartments are significantly larger and offer more space for lounging outside of the standard bedroom. By booking an apartment, guests can feel more relaxed and at home without losing the touch of hotel-like amenities and services.
Typically, an apartment in Quezon City would come with separate living and dining areas, and a kitchenette where guests can prepare their own food. Having the luxury of more space is not only more comfortable, but it also results in less spending as guests will not always feel the need to step out just to stretch their legs. Some apartments might also offer long-term rates, which are much more affordable than booking a hotel room.
Quezon City apartments come in different sizes and types to suit the varying needs of guests. Here are some options to consider:
In Quezon City, just stepping out of your apartment building and walking a few steps is an experience in itself (there’s just so much to see!). If you find yourself staying for a couple of nights, here are some of the activities and attractions you cannot miss:
Catching a ride to Quezon City from anywhere in the city is fairly easy. The MRT and LRT trains run through multiple Quezon City stations, while jeep and bus stops are scattered around the area. For your convenience, you can also book a ride-sharing service to get around. The Ninoy Aquino International Airport is about 40 minutes away from the center of Quezon City depending on traffic.