Sunday morning rain might be falling—or maybe it's a sunny weekday. Either way, there's nothing like waking up to a sweeping view of the city, with the Sierra Madre mountain range in the background. The Sky Loft Airbnb in Quezon City is the perfect setting for either one of those scenarios and it's only P4200 a night.
What's great about Airbnbs in the city (aside from them being an hour away) is that you get to see a different side of the places you already frequent. It's nice to have that "I didn't know this existed here!" feeling, even if it's just for a quick stay.
The Sky Loft's high ceilings will have you feeling like you're chilling on top of the clouds while its convenient location in Eastwood City means everything you need is still within reach.
The Sky Loft's listing on Airbnb comes with one slot of free parking, while the loft can fit up to six guests as it comes with one queen bed and one sofa bed.
The unit has one bedroom and 1.5 bathrooms (yes, there's a bidet!). The bedroom is located on the upper floor, so it overlooks the living room and its floor-to-ceiling windows. That means your literal POV when you wake up will be the Marikina skyline.
There are two balconies at the corner unit so you can take IG-worthy photos of the unobstructed skyline, which includes the city buildings, a river, and the mountain range.
The Airbnb unit also comes with Netflix, Chromecast, and Fiber Internet so you won't run out of entertainment options. You can keep the TV on while enjoying a takeout meal on the dining table.
Since the Sky Loft listing is located in a condo, guests also have access to shared amenity spaces like the gym, swimming pool, shower rooms, and small outdoor area.
You don't have to go far (or spend too much) to switch up your day-to-day. Sometimes, you can just book an Airbnb for something a little different.
You can book the Sky Loft on Airbnb. Rates start at P4,200 for six guests.
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* This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the editors.