The hotel is clean, there always people cleaning continuously. Staff is excellent and always have a welcome smile when they see you. My only complaint is that the rooms doesn't have any windows. I'm you can live with that, then it's fine. The hotel should have a restaurant so you don't have to go outside to eat if you don't feel that you have to but breakfast is great though. They have to also improve on their wifi service...
Awesome staff! Great food!
Word has it that old politicians like playing hanky-panky in this hotel so we avoided it on our 9 first days in Quezon City.
We were sorry we did not start our 11 days of stay in the Philippines.
It was very convenient for me to stay here because I had business to attend within Quezon City. However, there are a few things that were amiss from the advertising, such as, there were no complimentary newspapers, not all rooms have balconies, the walls are quite thin that you can hear the motorists outside and on the first night, a barking dog kept me awake all night.
However, it is only a three-star hotel so I did not really expect much. The cable TV has stopped working on the last day of my stay. They should have turned it off after I have checked out and not before. The refrigerator also turns off whenever I leave the room which I found a bit stingy. It think it is enough that the aircon turns off whenever I remove the key card to be environmentally-friendly but the fridge being turned off melts all the chocolates I put inside and prevents me from having cold water to drink after being out in the sun.
I also asked the front desk to reserve me a cab from Nissan coupon taxi to the airport but they were unable to do so. I had to do it myself which was a bit disappointing in terms of customer service.
All in all, the staff were quite attentive and the room was kept clean at all times.
When we arrived in out room there was a big cocker roach that my husband killed. There was NO HOT water and the bathroom sink was dirty. The room was ok but we were on the 3rd floor where we heard karoke singing, traffic all night into the morning. The breakfast was COLD most of our 8 day stay there. The hotel staff was wonderful when with anything we needed.
Former Philippine capital, Quezon City boasts prestigious universities and colleges, key government departments, elite residential gated communities, and a healthy nightlife. In the south-eastern corner discover hip new bars and restaurants, and Eastwood City Business Centre - home to many IT and electronic companies. Other Quezon City attractions include Ninoy Aquino Parks & Wildlife Center, Araneta Coliseum for sporting and cultural events, and Araneta Centre’s shopping malls.
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