Convenient location. Higher price but close to the airport. The room was decent and plenty of food options were nearby. Not much else to say, this place is pretty basic but convenient. Check-in process was smooth.
Stayed here several times, Great staff, they always kept the toilets clean. Last year, I was given a room next to a group of very noisy, loud, obnoxious Arab students, so much so that I felt intimidated. I reported this to staff, but was told that they have already reminded the students to tone their behaviour. The staff were helpless. They should have just kicked them out! Thankfully, I was only in Manila for 3 days. Never again!
Modest and simple hotel opposite to the domestic terminal T3 of Manila's Airport. Only good for a stop over, its not a hotel to enjoy. Pros: - Walking distance to Domestic Terminal - Cards accepted - Inside a surveiled complex with its own security - Friendly staff Cons: - White light and stains on bedsheets are a bad combination. - Taking a shower will soak the entire bathroom - Quite noisy from the road and the AC machines outside
Pros: Very near the Airport: in front of Naia Terminal 4, along Domestic Road With toiletries: Towels, Toothbrush, Shower gel and Shampoo With water heater They provide water for the guest Cons: Limited Parking space: many hotels and restaurants are sharing the parking space Aircon is dripping water **They ask for key deposit
Our driver had some difficulty finding this hotel which we selected based on its location. There was a nearby money changer and several places to eat and/or drink.The room was basic with a suitable bed, cold ac and a shower that could have been warmer. Staff were helpful and friendly. The boxed breakfast that was included worked to save time before we left for the 8 minute walk to the terminal.
The location was perfect as we just needed one night stay near the airport - domestic flights. They also have some restaurants near by. The room were clean with basic amenities as a budget hotel. Surprisingly I could sleep well since the hotel's location right Infront of the airport.
After 24 hours in transit with no sleep we were very happy to arrive at DG and be given a room straight away, even with no booking. 1500 pesos for a private double room with en-suite, A/C. Staff were courteous and helpful. Room was big enough and clean, and included morning kits included which was unexpected and a nice touch. A/C took a while to make a difference but was very effective after a few hours. There are convenience stores and restaurants nearby. We chose to stay here due to proximity for Terminal 4. Upon arrival at Terminal 1 we took a grab between terminals for 105 pesos. You may encounter some people being friendly and offering advice on where to go, or lifts to different hotels because ‘DG is booked out’. Just be cautious and stick to your plan as both times they were trying to get us to stay elsewhere and just saying that to get our business. …
The staff here are so sweet and the location is literally next to T4, which is good if you have an early morning flight and need to stay here for minimal time - but everything else about this place is pretty poor. The complex is dingy and no nearby restaurants or convenience store - only fast food chains, The shared toilet had urine all over the floor too, which was disgusting. BUT for the price and the location, it did the job.
Very convenient Place Just walking Distance to Terminal 4,Many Fast food And Coffee shop within the Complex. Rooms are neat with shared clean Bathrooms and Toilets. Cons: I find the beds too small for( Short Beddings Ie Bedsheets) a tall Person :) i will definately recommend this for the price and Convinience .
Stayed here for 1 night. Pros: clean room and bathroom/toilet Water dispenser available outside of the room Helpful staff Close proximity to terminal 4 Nearby fast food places to eat Requested a drop off to the Terminal 4 opposite the hotel and cost me 100php. Cons: Located in somewhat a dodgy complex. I was put into their annex, and it’s not a secure place. The main door to enter the area were the few rooms are was not locked, there should be a key for this. A vendor knocked on my door as soon as I checked in. I have to speak to them through the door as I’m scared to open it to strangers! At night, I have to walk through a bar which occupied the pavement to access into the building. Noisy air con and one can hear the loud banging of the door outside. Woke me up few times. Don’t expect much...you’ll get what you paid for. …