The place is clean, quiet and comfortable. The rooms are nice and there is AC. However the staff is not helpful at all. They couldnt recommend me anything to do and I could not use the swimming pool cause it was "dirty". There is absolutely nothing to do in a walking distance. Staff wont help you to go to chocolate hills (2 hours ridé by motorbike) or the tarsier sanctuary, etc... You better stay in a nice hostel somewhere else in Bohol on in Panglao.
This place reminds of the kind of youth hostel you'll find in Europe. Slept two nights in the small but fine dorm. Here is just the basics of what you need. The pool next door is free for guests of the hostel. WiFi is working fine, there's a big television in the common room. Down side is that the male dorm is located just next to the lobby and common room. If you're a light sleeper you might find the noise from the television and other talking going on annoying. But the place is fine if you just need a place to sleep. Towel is included in the price and the place is kept nice and clean all day.
This is a super cheap, super lovely place to stay.. Only P30 tricycle ride to the city or a long walk. The staff are very friendly and happy to help with anything you need. It has a pool and a great BBQ run by a local family outside perfect for eating your evening meal and again it is super cheap. The pool music goes on quite late but it wasn't a problem for me even though I stayed in a room near the pool. It is quiet and spacious being just outside the city which is what I wanted. I stopped in the 6 bed female dorm which had lots of space and large lockers for your bags.
I stayed at Tr3ats for a few days while exploring Bohol. The first night I stayed there, the AC wasn't working. No big deal, right? I can live with that. So, I go to take a shower. the hot water doesn't work. I go to buy a San Miguel, their refrigerator isn't plugged in, meaning all of the beverages are on display, but warm. I leave the hostel to try & find a restaurant. It's Sunday & everything in the area is closed; even the local convenience store. I ask the staff about tours & they tell me they can set it up for 1,200 pesos. Not horrible, but since I got mine for 400, I can't help but consider that a little overpriced. One of the selling points of Tr3ats is that it's within walking distance of the downtown area. This is true, but there's really nothing to do there. The…
The rooms are really clean & cozy. All the bathrooms have hot and cold shower (even the common t&b). For at least Php388 for a bed in the dorm-type room, you can a have a very comfortable rest here. The staff are very friendly and willing to assist you :)