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Reviewed May 10, 2018 via mobile

-new hotel, nice lobby, clean n crisp bedsheets, firm bed
- has korean grill resto Matgalne at the grnd floor and korean grocery
-accommodating staff
-located along major street, has restos and convenience store nearby. Beside Jollibee

-small pool
-hotel restaurant has limited food choices and is not even appealing to try
-the room floor is still dusty
-no other amenities
-some part of the bldg is still under construction so expect a little noise

Date of stay: April 2018
Trip type: Traveled with family
Thank JstEnjoyLife
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Reviewed March 17, 2018 via mobile

Certain parts of the Hotel were still in the midst of construction during my stay from 12-16 March 2018. Within the hotel, there are a Korean restaurant, a cafe ( Bilkish Cafe) , a hair salon and a Korean Mini-mart.
Hotel is right behind a petrol kiosk (Petron Real). Plenty open air car park lots just outside hotel. There is a 7-11 opposite a busy road and a Jollibee outlet next to it. Other than that, only some local eateries nearby which I had not tried so will not comment on that. Nearest mall is SM Calamba which is about 1.5km away. Taking a trike cost P50 per trip but I supposed if you are not lazy to haggle like me, probably P40 may be enough..

Front desk seemed understaffed, and they also seemed rather clueless and not familiar with their own hotel. For the benefits of doubt, just to be fair, it could be the hotel is still new and they are not fully settled in as yet. The staff were mostly very polite and friendly though.

The room is rather small with the bed almost touching wall to wall. For a single business traveler like myself, i was not really bothered but not sure if it will be a problem if there are more people in the room.
I travel to Phil about once a month or two and had stayed in many hotels but the bed and pillows in Marciano has got to be the best for me so far. They were very comfy and provided a much needed rest for me.
Bathroom was also clean and well laid out. One thing that bothered me was the water heater and pressure. The water took a long time to heat up, that I thought was not working at all and had to request the house keeping guy to come fix it. By the time he came, the water already turned hot.... So what I had to do after that, was to turn on the water 5 minutes before my shower to let it heat up first. It is really a waste of water but if you are someone who needs at least a warm shower, there is not much of a choice.. Perhaps the hotel can work on the thermostat setting to speed up the heating and reduce the wastage of water.

Wi-Fi connection in my room was good. Connection was a breeze and I did not experience any issue at all. For business traveller like myself, connectivity is critical so that was a huge plus for me. One thing weird I notice though was that there were no power point at the table where the laptop will be. There was a hair dryer and a safe in the room as well. Air-con was working well, quiet and powerful. TV was good as well, a wide selection of channels with good reception.

Saw the sign there was a gym but did not check that out. Woke up earlier one morning to try the swimming pool though. It was nice for a morning dip but not really for swimming as it is rather small... A few waddles and you are at the other end.

Wanted to try the breakfast but the restaurant was dark and looked non operational. Checked with the staff and they only had a few items on a small piece of paper as menu.. The Bilkish cafe was still closed by the time I was ready to leave for the day. Did not have many options so out of my 5 days there, breakfast was a daily affair at Jollibee.

New hotel with small but clean room, good Wi-Fi, air-con and comfortable bed. Location is rather far from malls and supermarkets. Will be ideal for business travellers who have own transport arrangements and just need a room to rest the night away. Will consider coming back if there is a promotional rate, otherwise may probably choose other hotels with better locations.

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Traveled on business
1  Thank Jimholms
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Reviewed February 13, 2018 via mobile

This hotel is relatively new so the rooms are still in good condition, nice and tidy. Well spaced rooms with soft pillows and linens. Hotel staff are polite and courteous. BUT, the food is terrible! We cannot even stand to eat the boneless bangus dahil amoy hampok and makati sa dila.. ugh! Considering that we had the meals changed from chicken adobo na hindi rin makain. We opted to eat outside since its very near jolibee. For its price? It not worth it. They shoud improve their food service because room rates ranges from 5k-8k per night. And they should serve their guest with good food if not the best.

Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Traveled on business
1  Thank Imee I
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