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Ati-Atihan Festival Hotel

19 Martyrs Street Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines, Kalibo, Aklan Province 5600 Philippines
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#5 of 35 B&Bs / Inns in Kalibo
Ati-Atihan Festival Hostel(Hotel in Kalibo)is conveniently located along 19 Martyrs Street Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines.The hostel is located between Toting Reyes Street and Mabini Street, and is near the Kalibo Public Market. We are located in a secured, clean and homely place within the residential zone and near the commercial area of the town. The hostel has easy access to nearby basic comforts such as food and public utilities. The hostel has 20 newly-furnished rooms, all specifically made to ensure the comfort and satisfaction of all the guests.Our friendly and approachable staff will always see to it that the requests of all our guests are catered and attended to.We have economy rooms good for two (2) guest on twin single or double beds. Our family room has two double beds good for four (4) guests. We also have a family room with dining area and good for six (6) guests. For the budget travelers, we have air conditioned rooms with shared bathroom/toilet good for four (4) to six (6) guests. Budget rooms are ideal for youth travelers and backpackers looking for a safe, convenient and peaceful place to stay in town. Rooms have cable TV for international and local shows, hot/ cold shower, air conditioners and other basic amenities. American Breakfast is served every morning at our Foodshop ably prepared at our kitchen. Dining is also available from nearby fast food and restaurants only a short walk from the hostel available morning to late evening. Ati-atihan Festival held every third Sunday of January each year is a major festival in Philippines. Hundreds of foreign and local tourist flock town to join and witness the most colorful, exciting and enjoyable fiesta of the country. We encourage visitors to book their reservation as early as possible. For traveling in groups and/or planning an extended stay, we also offer affordable rates. We can also organize side trips for guests who plans to visit nearby towns and events. Guest planning to visit or coming from Boracay Island, a major tourist destination, is about 2 hours bus and ferry ride from Kalibo, can also request assistance from our front office.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Coffee shop
Business Center with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Secured parking
Breakfast available
Snack bar
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Private check-in / check-out
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Soundproof rooms
Air conditioning
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English, Filipino
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Jem C wrote a review Mar 2020
Makati, Philippines3 contributions6 helpful votes
I have stayed at this hotel and made an overpayment of Php1800 in September 2019 for a stay in Janaury 2020. They never refunded my overpayment. At first they tried to force me to spend it on food and drinks, but I said no. Then they asked for my bank account details so that they could deposit it. Up to now, I have not received anything, despite months of waiting. They took advantage of my being a stranger, showing the opposite of hospitality. Don't stay at this hotel because it is full of scammers!
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Adventure548477 wrote a review Sep 2018
Lansdowne, Australia5 contributions
We stayed at this place when hubby and I visited my family back in year2013 for a couple of weeks and came back to the same hotel after two months to celebrate my mom's birthday, then came back again in 2014 and that time I got the dormitory room with six beds, on suits, lounge and kitchen with dining table, we had a great birthday celebration for my mom with my family,friendly staffs, clean place, 10 steps to market.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
guillermo wrote a review Jul 2018
Philippines911 contributions53 helpful votes
Great place for our business meeting. Located along 19 Martyrs Street, in near the Kalibo Public Market - this hotel is a convenient and good place for conference and meeting. For training, seminars and small meeting they have good and spacious area easily accessible from parking lot. Need to book ahead to reserve. They just opened Festival Resto, with Asian and Pinoy food favorites. Excellent place for budget seminar and social gatherings. The rooms are spacious and nice for our guest needs. Recommended.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled on business
Jani P wrote a review Jan 2018
Makati, Philippines99 contributions83 helpful votes
Good location located at the city proper and just 15-20minutes from the airport, The price is affordable and the hotel maintain cleanliness, hotel staff was very helpful and accommodating. True to their tag line good location,better prices,best services ✅
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Hazel Joy wrote a review Dec 2017
Tacloban, Philippines69 contributions8 helpful votes
We needed a place to sleep for the night and my man found this hotel for us. Perfect for travellers on a budget. It was fairly priced with very good accommodations. Our room was very clean, the bathroom was very clean. The AC was good and we slept comftably. Room 213, I believe was the room directly facing the stairs, perfect for us.
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Date of stay: December 2017
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Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: There is a tree outside the window of the second floor so you're sure to have a cool, shady...
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Rhomzkie wrote a review Jun 2017
44 contributions9 helpful votes
Staying in kalibo with relaxing and friendly staff was offered by this hotel. The problem that we encounter is no room service after breakfast that make me ordered from fast food in the other store that charged you delivery fees.. but in mu duration of stay was okay walking distance from mall and public market.
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Traveled with friends
Andre wrote a review Feb 2017
Cuiaba, MT19 contributions9 helpful votes
We came just to stay for a couple of hours and checked out to go to the airport. But our flight was 4 hours late and we came back to the hostel just 10 min after checking out. Any hostel would take us back, but this one - terrible, by the way - charged us the full rate. They wouldn't let us stay even at the lobby... The bathroom is the worst I have ever seen in my life. It's expensive for what it offers you.
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Date of stay: February 2017
Joseph Aldric G wrote a review Dec 2016
79 contributions9 helpful votes
Stayed overnight in this hostel en route to Boracay with family. Called to book a day earlier and we're checked in in due time. Our room on the 3rd floor is respectably arranged, with noticeably thick & sturdy tile floorings from the bedroom to the rest room. The staff were courteous and polite. We were given discount because of a relative. It was of course a welcome surprise! Thank you. The place could become just too noisy, probably its holiday season when we got there. A local carnival at the back part of the hotel run loudspeakers on hearing distance from our floor. Hostel is conveniently located near the market and the new City Mall. Toured Kalibo shortly, went for early lunch at RML chicken house but missed their grilled best seller: chicken tail (iwi). Went around the city that has grown and became busier through the years. Visited the old church. We were surprised to find New Washington a thirty minutes ride providing vast view of the sea, gleaned from a long stretch of a walkable sea wall. Newly installed sea food restos lined the area, lots of them! Sampaquita Resorts is found nearby but their closed gate tells us they wouldn't allow a drive through,to look see the place. Had dinner in a place called Burgos Resto with cleaned array of seafood to be cooked the way you liked them. Kind of pricey but we needed a tasty safe place for dinner and luckily we found one in this area. Too bad we arrived nearly sundown but promised to to return, perhaps in the next Ati-ati festival in January. Would want to watch old junk ships of Dumagit wharf plying nearby Bataan Aklan, home town of relatives where tastiest talaba could be had. Many think it's because of their unique habitat in environs between brandish waters and sea water.
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Date of stay: December 2016Trip type: Traveled with family
Inspiration212453 wrote a review Aug 2016
14 contributions4 helpful votes
Pls people dont believe all those good comments abt this hotel. My personal experience at this establishment is the worst i cld ever get in my entire life. As far as i know, i am a very kind person, but the staff at the reception named leah toribio get into my nerves. I made a kind request to pls get a solution to the noise at the rm105 i  am accomodating, bec the noise at the.ceiling is unbearable, footsteps of heavy feet is killing my ears, when i am tired fr boracay. I badly need  a rest for my early flight the ff day. This heavily.pregnant lady leah toribio answered me that it is bec i am only in a standard rm. What? So u people want me to pay bulks of money on ur face, so i cld get a comfortable 1 night accomodation. U drive me nuts. Ur remark is an insult and u dont deserve in ur seat! Ur svc sucks!
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
manilalpd wrote a review Aug 2016
Luzon, Philippines168 contributions59 helpful votes
the place is nice for a short visit. clean sheets. Basics provided, clean toilets. Nothing lux. But basic and clean. I recommend this when you need to travel midway to Boracay. We booked here because our flight was arriving really late. It was a pretty good choice except that it was far from the airport.
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Date of stay: July 2016
US$24 - US$33 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ati-Atihan Festival Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Ati-Atihan Festival Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Museo it Akean (0.6 km), Aklan Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation Center (0.5 km), and Aklan Freedom Shrine (0.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ati-Atihan Festival Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Ati-Atihan Festival Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, breakfast, and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Ati-Atihan Festival Hotel?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ati-Atihan Festival Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Latte Cafe, Akean, and Minori Japanese Restaurant.
Does Ati-Atihan Festival Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and meeting rooms during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Ati-Atihan Festival Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Filipino.