Stayed here with family/group of 8. Note that review is for the Family Room where we stayed. Pros: - Family room has large beds/small bunk beds that can fit up to 8 ppl. - Clean room - less than 10 mins to/from Airport - Buffet breakfast - Very helpful staff - Printing services - hot/cold water refill - separate toilet sink and kitchen sink - accessible to public transport Cons: - small separate shower and toilet. Could have combined it for more space. - breakfast food taste is average. - minimal toiletries (no toothbrush/toothpaste available) - weird smell from toilet sink. - Entrance is on the 2nd floor. No escalator/elevator. All in all, this place is still worth it if you are looking for a place near the hotel.
Very Comfortable stay ✨ ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ the color scheme of the hotel is nice I like the combination og the color. The place is near Gaisano Mall. You can walk if you want and below the Hotel has a Restaurant. The staff are very approachable .
This is a lot like a dorm. Basic rooms with bed, desk and tv. The phone didn't work. Ian said that a wire got cut accidentally and none of the rooms can use the phone. I couldn't get the TV to work. I couldn't get the shower to work. Took a cold standing bath the first night, splashing myself from the water spout in the tub. I did manage to get warm water the second night, and used one of the water glasses to pour water on my head. The bed was very comfortable, but the walls are thin so I could hear people talking, especially late at night. The breakfast was good, but cold. All the staff were nice, except the woman my first night. I had requested the airport shuttle (which was why I chose the hotel) for 11:30 pm when my flight arrived. I waited and waited. When I called the hotel, the woman said that the shuttle was broken. Ok, but I didn't get a message (and shouldn't there be a contingency plan?). She said to get a cab. I went to the queue and got one, almost half an hour after I arrived. Then when we got to the hotel, the driver said to 'just pay him what I want'. WTF!? A man came out and took my bag up the stairs. I followed and entered the tiny lobby. The woman behind the desk immediately started making excuses about the shuttle, saying that I hadn't called, and that I had used the Booking.com website and I had actually reserved the room through Agoda. 1. I NEVER use Agoda. 2. Why would it matter which website I used? I told her that I had the emails confirming the shuttle. She said that she had sent the emails, but since she couldn't find my reservation, she didn't send the shuttle. (I had included my Booking.com reservation number in the email). Wow, 12:30 am and no 'Welcome', just an argumentative worker. The guy took me up to my room. I was getting ready to take a shower when I realized there were no towels, and I had no dial tone on the phone. I was getting dressed when the guy came back and gave me one towel. In the morning I went down to the front desk to ask about sightseeing. The woman was there and didn't say anything when I sat down in front of the desk. Another guest came and handed her their key. She spoke to them. She glanced at me briefly as she went back to doing something on the computer. I said Good morning. She replied and turned right back to the computer. I looked over to the guy who was standing nearby, with an incredulous look on my face. He said something to her and she finally seemed to realize that she had a customer. I told her that I wanted to sightsee. She asked what I wanted to do, I told her I didn't know what the choices were (this was a last minute trip). I asked if there was a place to to parasailing, since we were near the water. She Googled it and showed me the screen, asking which one I wanted. Well heck, I could Google and randomly pick a company! Another man had just come in and saw what was going on. He took over and asked me questions and made suggestions. He said he knew someone and picked up the phone to find out about parasailing. His name is Ian and he's the manager (owner?). The parasailing was pretty expensive, so Ian suggested sites to visit and arranged for a driver to take me on a City Tour. The taxi came pretty quickly and Ian escorted me down the stairs and introduced me to the driver. When I returned from my sightseeing, I requested the shuttle for the morning, to go back to the airport. Ian drove me himself. There is a Japanese restaurant below the hotel on the second floor. I had to wait until 6pm for them top open. The food was ok, and it was easy to just go there. I didn't find out until the second day that there was a water dispenser in the breakfast room, where you can fill one of the glasses in your room. I spent the first night super thirsty and didn't brush my teeth because I don't trust the water from taps. Also, there was a window in the bathroom which overlooked the hallway. Just odd, and it made me nervous in the shower with glass doors, not to mention the hall lights coming through the glass on the bathroom door, so the room didn't really get dark at night.…
The hotel is very friendly and cozy, with big enough room, air cond. And internet, very near to the airport. Aslo from there you can visit nice resorts for the cheap price and also staying there itself is cheap as well. Location was dark and less nice, one shopping mall near, but not the best and breakfast was poor and smelty. Overall nice experience.
A large room (good for families) and super clean. Good aircon, although a little noisy and a good shower with plenty of hot water. Staff are helpful and will help with your luggage without even asking. Breakfast is now served upstairs but is primarily a Filipino breakfast. They did cook me fried eggs when I asked. I had to go and get my own black tea bags which seems odd and although they did give me some milk when I asked for it, it was all lumpy and so I worry it was off! The area isn’t great and I walked up to the mall last night and didn’t feel entirely comfortable but that isn’t the accommodations fault. A really good price with a large and clean room. A little bit of outside noise but a good option for a one night stopover