Crossroads Hostel Manila: a Flood of Convenience

Getting rain-stuck should never be part of your travel plans
Getting rain-stuck should never be part of your travel plans

Crossroads Hostel Manila is situated on top of a hill. This makes the hostel safer and in a better position because it’s practically flood-free. Times are very unpredictable in Metro Manila where streets in low-lying areas can get flooded when rain-heavy clouds pass through even if there aren’t any typhoons in the area. What makes this hostel strategic is that it’s just a block a way from the main thoroughfare where visitors can easily trek over and ride the metro rail transit train (MRT) or the bus or even catch a taxi. In fact, just walk further down the intersection where EDSA and Shaw intersects you can get more cozy and fulfilled after enjoying a hot cup of coffee in any of the shopping malls nearby: Shangri-La Plaza, StarMall, and SM Megamall.

And in case you get stranded because of untimely weather disturbance, all you need to do is to get to us and we’ll practically crash the rate at PhP250/night. Now that’s something useful for a lot of local travelers!

This and so much more are reasons why Crossroads Hostel Manila is a practical destination for budget travelers heading off to Metro Manila. Book today and get the traveler’s advantage that more and more business and leisure visitors are soon discovering here at Crossroads Hostel Manila.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Vanessa Sant-Anna says:

    I was in Crossroads Hostel in July 2014 when the Typhoon Rammasun, known as Glenda hit Manila. I really felt safe as the other guests who also stayed in this Hostel. It is a safe place to go!!

    1. krisatienza says:

      Thank you Vanessa. Where are you now? We hope to hear from you. Take care! 🙂

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