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Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant

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Toting Reyes Street, Kalibo, Aklan Province 5600 Philippines
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#4 of 15 hotels in Kalibo
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Free parking
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Jungle_flycatcher wrote a review Sep 2019
Cebu Island118 contributions96 helpful votes
I was confused whether this is Redoorz Hotel or Hotel Metro. It was located close to Kalibo public market, walking distance to places I wanted to see (piΓ±a cloth making; pasalubong; must-try chorizo; walking distance to Gaisano and City Mall. Wifi service was fast enough per Philippine standards. The hotel was unfinished and depends on which room you will be assigned, one will be lucky to have a complete set of furnishing. Most of the rooms were spacious but the toilet and bath significantly varies (most were small and tight) and the tap water has a foul smell. It heats fast though, The corridors and hallways were very narrow, dark and takes sometime to get oriented with the room numbering. The rooms were not as clean. There are other hotels in town close to the same price that are worth the value for money but not this one.…
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Room Tip: Avoid rooms close to the exit leading to the rest on the 4th floor. Noisy when people sing video...
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Cristito C wrote a review Jan 2019
Groton, Connecticut481 contributions61 helpful votes
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First, remember that even though Kalibo is the biggest town in the area - - it’s still the province. That being said - - we had an enjoyable stay. The hotel does have 5 floors with the 5th being the restaurant & banquet area - - and yes, there is an elevator. The hotel is in good shape. We had a king-sized room, which was nice & roomy. WiFi is good, but a little slow (but you’re in the province). There was no safe in the room, but I do believe the front desk has a safety deposit box (ask to verify). There are CCTV security cameras around & we always felt safe. Our room came with breakfast, lunch, & dinner - - which we took advantage of & enjoyed. Mostly it was some sort of buffet which was tasty. We were there for the famous Ati Atihan Festival. We probably paid more than during the rest of the year, but really, it maybe our only time visiting the Festival. The location is pretty good. Really about a 5 minute tricycle ride to the boundary of the festival area. The staff was super friendly & helpful - - especially considering we knew nothing about the events of Ati Atihan. They got us a bag breakfast the morning we left & set-up our ride to the airport. FYI - they have a little spa on the ground level that does massages. Take advantage of this after walking all day around Kalibo. All in all, it looked like one of the best hotels in town & we would not hesitate booking here again. Enjoy. πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½β€¦
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Nenita L wrote a review Jan 2019
phils19 contributions2 helpful votes
We book for the atihan festival, since all others are full. Expensive not worth the price , materials use in the room are the cheapest kind. After charging my phone, the wall seems like going to dethach upon pulling my charger.pillow was small & hard.bed hard too.
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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TourNiMiguel wrote a review Oct 2018
Iloilo City, Philippines29 contributions12 helpful votes
you do not know if your going to a hotel or a hardware store.the place looks like a gheto. the under ground of the front place where the hardware is found has water and the mud can be seen, when u get inside the lobby one of the aircon is hot working making the place hot. there are walls there covered by plywood and paints were not done. on the every floors the paints are not done some rooms has no doors, and the wirings are exposed. the top floor the restaurant wet floor and it does not look good at all that i was forced to transfer to a better hotel . although when u get inside the room it feels good coz of better interior but going out of it, walking on the hall way and the lobby , it feels like a slum it is dirty, dusty, unfinished , untidy..
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Date of stay: November 2017
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Demi K wrote a review Aug 2018
16 contributions14 helpful votes
We had to stay a might in kalibo but this hotel was surprisingly good, very clean and good rooms, staff were so friendly and doorman even assisted my partner to the shop! Food on rooftop bar was excellent, good all round hotel!
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Date of stay: September 2018
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JoepepCielos wrote a review Jul 2018
Luzon, Philippines1130 contributions45 helpful votes
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This was my first time in Kalibo, Aklan. Hotel Metro was my first hotel in the province. The hotel is relatively new. It has two floors of rooms for accommodation, while the last floor is for conference rooms and a lounge. The twin sharing room that I used for five days was cozy and comfortable. It has a clean toilet. A nice place to stay in Kalibo, Aklan.
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Date of stay: May 2018
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Mylvin G wrote a review Mar 2018
Kalibo, Philippines10 contributions3 helpful votes
My room was in the 3rd Floor, clean,quiet relaxing.My check in was speedy ,friendly & accomodating..with a welcome drink.All staffs were very accomodating Complimentary breakfast with a choice of American & Filipino Breakfast. Complimentary 2 bottles of drinking wate daily.Rooms have coffee & tea facilities replenished daily. Transfer from Kalibo International Airport 5-10 minutes Php150/ head,The hotel has 68 rooms Sky restaurant at the 5th floor has a 360 degrees view of Kalibo.Food is affordable & delicious, Free WIFI access is provided.
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Date of stay: March 2018
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Room Tip: rooms on the west side are quiet esp. the 3rd floor
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hilla19 wrote a review Jan 2018
Mauritius47 contributions33 helpful votes
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We stayed at the metro hotel in kalibo on january 19&20 of 2018. It is a new hotel whose construction was not complete. The room they gave us, 2 friends, was 3x3 meter exactly. No option to open 2 suitcases at once. The hotel is built out of cheap materials, the wood around the sink in the bathroom was broken, The sink is clogged. The lamps in the room were cheap fluorescent, allocated behind a wooden colored wall. There is no closet in the room, the air conditioner is small and noisy, parties and the noise of music until the small hours of the night, they did not clean the room because we did not put a sign, but they did not let us know about it, even though we received a very long briefing at the entrance. The wifi did not work. Breakfast included a package of butter, some bananas, a jar of jam with a knife, unidentified juice, small and thin triangles of bread, dry chicken pieces and other stuff level. Far from being a decent breakfast. We received 1 towel each ans they were wet. The only good thing about the room was many elictrical outlets and good water pressure. The only one window in the room is facing directly the opposit room's window across a narrow corridor, of about a meter in width. The only good thing about this hotel is that it is within a walking distance of the church and the center of town in which the ati-atihan parade was marching. …
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Irish O wrote a review Nov 2017
Antipolo City, Philippines173 contributions16 helpful votes
This hotel is not included in our itinerary however when our flight to manila was cancelled Philippine Airlines made a voucher for one night stay in this hotel. When we arrived here, our first impression was Wow! This is cozy compared to the hotel that we previously stayed in Boracay tour. This hotel can be a 4-star hotel. One down side was when you view the windows there isn't anything you can see because it is located in a busy area in front of the hotel. However there is nothing more enjoyable than staying in a hotel with all the amenities included in it.
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Date of stay: November 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
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villacaemilla wrote a review Oct 2017
Boracay, Philippines12 contributions1 helpful vote
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It was October 14, 2017 when I was attending a debut with my partner at Hotel Metro Kalibo, the check in was speedy and efficient, concierge help us with our luggage all the way to the guest rooms (327). A sophisticated room overlooking the city which is situated on the 3rd floor. What I like on the room is, it is spacious and the ventilation was superb plus it has a small veranda while I can have my smoking time. I was amazed how they operate the event, staff are snappy and on point with their service. That night was fantastic not to mention I have passed out. The only thing that make me sadden was the elevator broke but thanks coz we have rooms that night and nothing to worry about. Staff do their best to resolve the issues as faster it would. I and my partner woke up at 8am and we take our breakfast at 9, we requested for tapsilog and it is a must to try for. Kudos Hotel Metro for the experience and rest assured we will come back soon.…
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Date of stay: October 2017
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Room Tip: For smokers like me choose 327 and other rooms which is fronting the street, it has a veranda
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US$23 - US$26 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
PhilippinesVisayasPanay IslandAklan ProvinceKalibo
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant?
Nearby attractions include Museo it Akean (0.7 km), Aklan Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation Center (0.5 km), and Aklan Freedom Shrine (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant?
Yes, free parking and a parking garage are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant?
Conveniently located restaurants include Latte Cafe, Akean, and Minori Japanese Restaurant.
Does Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant have airport transportation?
Yes, Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Metro Sky Bar & Restaurant?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Filipino.