See why so many travelers make Casa Rey Francis their guest house of choice when visiting Tagbilaran City. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
For those interested in checking out Cathedral of San Jose (1.8 mi) while visiting Tagbilaran City, Casa Rey Francis is a short distance away.
Rooms at Casa Rey Francis offer a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a desk providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free internet access.
Room service, a coffee shop, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this guest house. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special.
While in Tagbilaran City be sure to experience local schnitzel favorites at Black Forest Hut.
During your visit, be sure to check out Blood Compact Monument (0.0 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the guest house.
At Casa Rey Francis, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Tagbilaran City.
I went to book a room after I saw was available in booking.com and all the stuff looking at me like was a alien and saying is nothing available. I call the manager who had little English and she also tell its no room available and looks me like I was naked or something. Left very disappointed and 1 hr later I checked in Booking.com and they posted ( 2 room available) . Useless service , this place should close down due to mental disability management and employee.
This place has so much potential to be such an amazing spot, it's a real shame that cutting corners & apparent laziness just kills its value. The location is gorgeous, right on the water yet minutes from the center. They've got a tasty restaurant that's very affordable, the rooms have windows, wifi, hot showers, all at *extremely* good prices. The rooms are large and comfy. Unlike most places you'll find in the Philippines, there are no barking dogs or roosters in the immediate vicinity. Sounds like a dream, right? Unfortunately, they seem to have no interest whatsoever in actually maintaining the property. Just in my room alone, the shower head mount was broken, the shower nob fell off the second I turned it (+it started spraying water across the room), & there are exposed wires everywhere (patched in some places with electrical tape). Many of these problems could be fixed by a handyman in a matter of minutes, but apparently they don't feel like it's worth bothering. Note: I actually called maintenance about the shower nob, and he sort of just pushed it back on and said to turn it carefully - indicative of this place's approach to "repair." The other (in my opinion much bigger) problem is the WiFi. Many know that the internet speed generally isn't the best in the Philippines, but here it was simply worse than anywhere else I'd stayed (always in the same budget, a month of travel so far). They even knew this when I checked in, saying up front that it's unreliable - but I thought I'd give it a shot anyway. They weren't kidding. Sometimes it would work, and others it could take 20 minutes to load GMail. Clearly there are *much* better connections available in this city, as I eventually moved to another hotel where it was rock-solid and at least 10 times the speed. But rather than rectifying what they clearly know to be a problem, they seem to just shrug it off. Would it really be so hard to spend an extra buck or two a month to get at least semi-usable bandwidth? In the end, I was very sad to leave. I looked at like 10 different places before staying here, as I just liked the location, quiet, & amenities so much. But having to spend hour after hour just trying to respond to a few e-mails ultimately made this place a no-go.…
few days before I book a room at this guesthouse on booking.com and I arrived at 12.30.on the reception they told me:we have not free room .Aftter one hour and a half I find other place not far away but much more expensive.My opinion run away
In my experience, I guess Casa Rey Francis is one of the most budget friendly hostel that can accommodate you in Tagbilaran City. The room that we had is an ACC room which only costs us less than P700.00. All complete with toiletries and two (2) single beds. We just have one problem, the heater is grounded at that time we went there. Hope they fix it already. But all in all, its okay.
Rooms are not really satisfactory but their food was excellent. All of the dishes I tried there was super delicious. Must try the Pinakbet, Beef Steak, Pancit Canton, Adobo and Sandwiches are awesome too