Looking for a place to stay in Paranaque? Then look no further than Crosswinds Ocean Hotel, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Paranaque to your doorstep.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning, a desk, and a seating area, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a gift shop while staying at Crosswinds Ocean Hotel. In addition, Crosswinds Ocean Hotel offers free breakfast, which will help make your Paranaque trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is street parking available to guests.
While visiting Paranaque, you may want to try some dumplings at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Lucky Noodles.
If you’re looking for something to do, Redemptorist Church - National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help (0.3 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Crosswinds Ocean Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Crosswinds Ocean Hotel as you experience everything Paranaque has to offer.
During our three-day stay, the room had a broken aircon, no working WiFi (out of range). We had to go to the lobby to find signal. The room is very noisy due to so much traffic. The food was tasty but after what we saw, you should eat here at your own risk. Come nightfall the cockroaches came out and were all over the place. In the bathroom on the toilet roll, on the ceiling above the bed. The bed was stained and the room was filthy. They charge $50+ for a night of misery. Avoid this place at all costs.
Stayed there for 2 nights and found the rooms AC not working, the sheets on the bed had stains on them they were not even fresh clean sheets and bedding. Expect to see plenty of mice and even a rat or two staying at this establishment I saw both during my time there. Take a quick glance at the kitchen if you can and eat there at your own risk in my opinion.
This hotel is just fine. I experienced no major problems. Yeah, it’s basic, but my room on the 6th floor was definitely ok. Clean enough, clean sheets on the bed, and not a hint of cigarette (or any other bad) smell in my room. And I’m super sensitive to that because I really hate smoking. No smokers on my floor either. Yes, it is basic. Just white, cement walls. No decoration or paintings. No closet or wardrobe for clothes, no hooks or shelves in the bathroom, etc. But no major problems. And it did have a desk, two night tables by the bed, plentiful electrical outlets, and a surprising array of channels on the TV—BBC, CNN, movie channels, channels that run episodes of popular American TV series, etc., which is more than a lot of hotels can say—and more than any of the Air BNB places I’ve stayed at in any country can say. It’s like any basic backpacker hotel in SE Asia, except that this one doesn’t cater to backpackers as it is, at around USD 30/night, a bit above the usual backpacker budget (and a bit overpriced, I have to say—should be maybe around USD 20). The staff was helpful as well, taking care of a couple maintenance problems immediately (remote controls that didn’t work and a lightbulb out in the bathroom). The nicest surprise was that the restaurant food that I tried was actually pretty darn good (and I’ve become kind of a connoisseur of Filipino food over the last year and a half or so). Of course I wasn’t wowed. But grossed out I certainly was not. I might even stay there again.…
Anyone who has travelled cheaply in Asia will find this place quite acceptable. Short taxi ride from the airport (Do not pay over 100 pesos! You have to negotiate with the taxi driver). Smoking is allowed in the Rooms! Heaven! None of this having to go outside rubbish!The door lock worked and had a bolt on the inside too. Towels were provided and were clean. The bathroom was old (like they usually are in Asian budget hotels), but there was heaps of hot water. Loo didnt have a seat though. Telly didn't work, bit we weren't bothered - besides, l am sure they would have done something if we had bothered to ask. Beds were a bit hard - just a thinnish piece of foam - but the sheets were lovely and clean. No spare blankets (hubby likes the air con COLD!), but again, l am sure l would have got one if l had asked. We got the twin room for about AU$40 Australian FOR THE ROOM, and each had a double bed to sprawl out in. We could have got 4 people in there at approx AU$10 each. Breakfast is included, but l didn't have it, so l don't know what. There was a phone in the room and the aircon worked fine. Didn't have a window though. Didn't see any cockroaches either, but did see a couple of friendly pussycats, who enjoyed a pat. (Missing my own). Friendly staff, free wifi (but take your own adaptor plug), easy to get a taxi to the airport the next day. I just read this is in the middle of the red light district! This explains why hubby had lots of girls ask him if he wanted a girl for the night, when he went round the corner to the 7/11. Hahaha Only thing hubby didn't like too much was that there was no real coffee served - just pre-mixed packet stuff. OK for me, but he doesn't take sugar. Highly recommended for backpackers and budget travelers - you could do a week in Manila and only pay AU$280 total, for 2 of you in that room. Bargain! Me - l would stay there again. If you are a namby pamby wimp about a bit of age, dirt or noise though, stay somewhere else! Try the Hilton... lt's 4x the price, but its modern and the Telly will work - maybe.…
My ex and I attended a convention in the Mall of Asia area and I was not able to properly plan our accommodation so we ended up hailing a cab and asked the driver to recommend a place to stay. Thinking that we were just some kids looking to relieve an itch he even had the nerve to recommend us to a motel. But then anyway he led us to this place. We were very tired that time and then seeing the reception area I immediately thought that the place is too old and not properly maintained. Price was also shocking at P2,000. I think this hotel has a scheme that taxi drivers get a cut (some sort of commission) when they recommend this place to a guest (couldn't dare call it a hotel). Bellboy was accomodating, in all fairness (maybe because I was in a suit, or he was ogling at my ex). But when we arrived at the room we were disappointed. They give you a manual key. Not the keycards but the small metal one usually on doors. That alone is a sign that there are more disappointing events to happen. Then we have the room. The TV was an old tube TV (as in those 90's TV, anf an antenna to match). Bathroom: tiles very mildewy, faucet rusty, also small, no towels, if i remember it correctly there are also no phones in there. We had a shower, had a good one (maybe two) and slept. Didn't bother much after that. Breakfast was ok (or at least it was because we were darn hungry after what happened that night). Most probably will never come again here. Even for a quick do.…