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The western parts of Quezon City is mostly a suburban residential area lying west of the Scout Area, along Quezon Avenue. While this is mostly dismissed as part of the city's sprawling environment, it does have spots worth visiting such as the Chinatown around Banawe Street, the lechon (roast pig) restaurants of La Loma, and the haunted Balete Road.


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  • [dead link] Robbinsdale Hotel, 14 Araneta Avenue corner Palanza St, +63 2-716-1262, fax: +63 2-715-6358. Nestled in a quiet corner but easily accessible from Makati or Manila through various routes. From US$34.
  • [dead link] Stonehouse Hotel, 1315 E. Rodriguez Ave., Barangay Kristong Hari, +63 2 7247551, fax: +63 2 4142798. The 54-room Stonehouse Hotel combines an excellent location with classic room amenities and complete facilities. From US$21.
  • Tri-Place Hotel #2 Alabama St., cor. E. Rodriguez, Brgy. Kristong Hari, New Manila. +63 2 494-8022 / 415-5324 / 414-8398 / 724-7053. Tri-Place Hotel in Quezon City offers economy rooms and apartelle units. The hotel is near Tomas Morato and Araneta Center.



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