Spent 8 nights at this hotel. This was the overall best hotel staff I've ever had in 40+ years of vacation and business travel. Their friendliness and desire to help was amazing and genuine. The room was spacious and comfortable. The negatives were minor. The shower was small with the shower head above me. Not ideal. The hotel has very few good restaurants close by. The restaurants connected to the hotel are terrible, but there are other decent ones close by. Just no 4-5 star restaurants close. The breakfast provided by the hotel was excellent. Overall, I would definitely stay there again, if I needed to be in that vicinity. However, it's a 90 minute drive by taxi, or more, to the Manila airport, so this is a consideration depending on your reason for being in Manila. Many poor people and beggars in the vicinity but I never felt threatened or fearful as I walked often to the Fisher mall more than a mile away, with many restaurant options. An overall very nice hotel.
The highlight of the hotel is the top roof with a swimmingpool and a relaxing chill-out area. The restaurant Millie's is also good. The rooms are big and spacious, but the beds have seen better days. Can be recommended anyway, if you need to be in the UP area. However, this hotel is very far from the airport and you need to allow 2-3 hours by taxi, depending on what time of the day you arrive.
The hotel is few minutes drive to the countrys premier academic institution, the University of the Philippines, and is also …More
Breakfast preparation quite slow.Waiter under staff.They know the number of guest who check in for breakfast.They must prepare ahead of time.I also wonder, why they issue 2 sleepers, 2 toothbrush in a room but only 1 set of soap on the toilet.The room is ok quite big but the bed is only average.But overall its ok if your planning for a short stay.
I was there for two weeks, and in the beginning of week two, the air conditioner crapped out. That was a real problem, because it was the only way to be comfortable at night. The bed was too firm, and too small for my frame, but I'm sure another person might find it perfect. The staff was really friendly and nice, but I had a local "guide" who spoke Tagalog, so there was no communication gap. The valves for the hot and cold water need to be replaced, they were very difficult to turn. And the parquet flooring needs some repairs. The refrigerator worked great! Water pressure was strong & reliable, kitchen necessities were complete. The windows didn't really close - that probably causes the electricity to be overused, and definitely makes it challenging when there are lots of sounds outside I'd prefer not to hear while trying to fall asleep.
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...
My aunt and uncle were very happy when I booked this room as a present. Fortunately the rates does not cost an arm and a leg so to speak. Very classy room and big enough to move around. It is also convenient as it is beside Robinson's Magnolia mall where a lot of restaurants or food court is available and boutiques, too. It is also very accessible to go around the city and easy to get a ride, too. The hotel is new and fairly clean. The staff are friendly and ready to help anytime. Definitely will be back and will tell good things about this hotel with friends and family. :) :p
The front desks are very accomodating, and friendly. They explained the breakfast schedule, and the voucher that i have to give to the hotel staff before i entered the breakfast area. They also asked me when I wanted to clean my room and they give some extra towels when you 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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