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Reviewed June 2, 2017

i usually stay at this hotel for business trips, usually lasting 3 days, and usually ends here when the hotel across the street is already fully booked.

upon arrival, the you will already have the impression that it's a 3/5 hotel. you will just feel it. you have to scan for a few minutes before you see a receptionist and before a hotel staff entertains you.

the rate is slightly higher for a hotel in the province, there are no elevators and they offer free wifi which perfectly represents the sorry state of the country's Internet service providers... in short, it good as nothing.

their standard room with queen size bed was quite spacious, the bed and pillows were comfortable. there were no power outlets near the headboard so you have to charge your phone near the tv.

they offer a buffet breakfast which will be pretty decent if you are just staying for a day. otherwise, you will be facing with just a variation of the previous menu. for dinner, i will just recommend that you walk a few meters towards the capital and dine at akean restaurant, a better alternative.

for housekeeping, they will not readily maintain your room nor provide service water unless you request then to do so, at least in my experience.

overall, i will rate this a 3/5. it's a pretty decent and convenient option if you are just looking for a nice, short period stay.

Room tip: do not rely on the wifi. it's good as no wifi at all.
Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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1  Thank Baaarmiin
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Reviewed December 26, 2016

Not far from airport about 80 peso by trike good for one night .Perfekt before go to Boracay.Not far to the center of Kalibo.The most crew of the airplanes sleep here .When you want to go to boracay best way to go from hotel by trike to ceres terminal

Room tip: look at the airkon
Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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Thank 951karlr
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Reviewed November 3, 2016

On a recent business trip to Kalibo, we stayed in this hotel for a week. The hotel is situated along a major road not too far from the airport and the town proper. Restaurants, shops and the church are a few minutes away by tricycle.

Rooms in this hotel are very spacious. I was given one of the De Luxe rooms which had a balcony, giving more room to move around in. The room and bathrooms are clean, sheets smell and feel good, towels are plush and the bed had good mattress. However, blankets are not ample as these are thin cotton sheets, lacking the fleece blankets that would have given more warmth when one sleeps. It would be good to have these fleece blankets with the cotton sheets to complete the beddings.

Staff have been very, very nice and efficient. Courteous and always pleasant, well groomed and always ready to serve.

Rooms with the balconies are best since this gives more room and provides more natural light into the room. Though the hotel does not have a scenic view to offer, the balcony is always a welcome treat. However, it may be best to advice the concierge to place you in a room that is not beside one of the rooms occupied by the flight attendants who are frequent guests of the hotel. This is because some of these guests treat the rooms and balconies like their own home space and have drinks, music and a little party late into the night, oblivious of the other guests. Of the 6 nights we stayed, 2 of the nights had such parties on 2 different occasions, with 2 different parties, from 2 different rooms. And it seems, this is tolerated by the hotel to the detriment of the other guests that are unfortunate to be placed right beside these guests. It would be a good suggestion to have these guests hold their little parties in the ground floor lanai instead of the balconies so they do not disturb the other guests.

Overall, the hotel is a good place to stay in. The staff makes one feel at home. The breakfast buffet though may need to be more consistent and can do away with the hotdog and luncheon meat. Less processed meat would make it much, much better, which they have on other days with offerings such as dried fish, congee, meat hash. Other fruit choices would also be welcome aside from the bananas, and brewed coffee would also be a most welcome treat instead of the instant coffee.

Room tip: Rooms with balconies are best but have the concierge place you in rooms away from those who party in their balconies
Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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1  Thank marlaupalileo
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Reviewed September 5, 2016

We were with a team for business and held a seminar in this hotel: +++ convenient location; +++++ very friendly staff; +++ Clean rooms; ----- NO TEA for breakfast (I dunno why simple teabags could not be served at breakfast, only horrible powdered coffee); --- conference/meeting hall is on top (4th) floor, but no elevator, not convenient for some elderly and PWDs.

Room tip: Bring your own tea, in case you like to have tea for breakfast; it's clean and conveniently located in case you get stuck in Kalibo.
Date of stay: August 2016
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1  Thank Bert v
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Reviewed June 14, 2016

Not for from Kalibo airport, so quite convinient when you arrive late night. Polite staff and good breakfasts. Had some problems with WI-FI but for 1 night stay its not so much important. So can recommend to take it on the way to Boracay.

Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Thank Olga A
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