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Reviewed 21 October 2016

Stayed here with my best friend. The location of this dormitory is very near to the Sta.Anna Warf, which is really good because going to the Isla Rita in Samal Island was one of our itinerary. The females have separate building from the males. The room has 3 beds (2 bed are in bunk). Our room was provided with towels,...

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Manila, Philippines
Reviewed 29 August 2016

For the ridiculously low price of 200 pesos, you get so much value for your money. For people who are used to staying at hostels where 4 or more people share a room, the idea of sleeping in bunk beds should not come as a shock. The room was clean, the toilet and shower rooms had a lot of space,...

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Myra H, General Manager at Homitori, responded to this review

Dear Sir Thank you for your generous review. We will strive to continue to offer our services at the level that you have described to local travellers such as you.

Reviewed 18 June 2016

Well if you want to go to Davao, tour the whole day and you only need a place to sleep at night ...i highly recommend this place. First advice, don't book online because it is expensive than the actual price. Online I could pay 389 pesos per night but in the counter I only pay 200 if your bed is...

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Myra H, Manager at Homitori, responded to this review

Hello Maria We are glad you had a good rest in Homitori after touring around Davao City. We hope to see you again. Thank you for the positive review, highly appreciated.

Reviewed 10 June 2016

Clean, safe and clean. P200 per head. I was amazed that there still exist this kind of a budget dormitel. With free breakfast pa talaga. The CR is well maintained. day and night the walls are being cleaned. free hair blower too at the CR. Separat building for men and women. struggle for me and my hubby.

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Myra H, Manager at Homitori, responded to this review

Hi Aisa, thank you for the generous review. We strive to keep up to the standards that you have mentioned. Its hard work, but reviews like yours make it all worth while.

Taguig City, Philippines
Reviewed 2 November 2015

Room was just fine (triple sharing room) lower bed cost 220. excellent customer service. HOWEVER.. I can hear loud voices outside my room. The air-con is too moderate.. The room gets cold only during dawn..air condition near my room was always turned off, could've been better. Girls gym has only 1 equipment and 1 pair of dumbbell. Breakfast was OK...

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2Thank daennah
Valenzuela, Philippines
Reviewed 15 October 2015

Pros Value for Money - less than 5$/day Dorm type room Facilities - I'm glad that they have a computer shop - Bringing a laptop is inconvenient. At least I was able to check my emails. - They also have coffee shop and gym within the facilities Room is Clean and Bed is okay. Good quality of sleep will depend...

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1Thank Travelosyo
San Juan
Reviewed 9 July 2015

Don't know anything about the room service, but it's very cheap. We always book our participants here, but last March 2015 – first time to avail their function room service. It's not that much but it's cheap and the room's clean. They have all the equipment that you need (for rent). Staff are all attentive to our needs. It's good...

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1Thank Erika_Tady
Kidapawan, Philippines
Reviewed 22 March 2015 via mobile

Cheapest accommodation..but quality amenities and services..friendly staff as well. Room clean. All basic..toilets and bathrooms are well maintained. Highly recommend it budget travellers and back packers

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5Thank Cris C
philippines
Reviewed 9 February 2015

The cheapest hotel of all, Php200 at the lower deck, but I paid more than that tru my credit card (agoda.com), comfortable, air conditioned room. It’s like a student boarding house, it’s a home away from home. Very accommodating & friendly staff. Accessed free Wi-Fi. They had maintained common bathrooms & comfort rooms. Clean & neat rooms. With free breakfast....

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3Thank babyphilippines
Ko Samui, Thailand
Reviewed 11 October 2014

As a backpacker, this was the only hostel I could find in Davao. I came to Davao to visit my aunt and her family and to visit the Po Lian Temple which was founded by my grand aunt. This hostel is located in an industrial warehouse area of Chinatown, a few blocks from Santa Ana Pier and Magsaysay Park. There...

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  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Free Breakfast
  • Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Homitori is a comfortable and clean hostel type accommodation for the budget conscious traveler. It is perfect for group bookings as it can accommodate more than 400 guests at a time. Located in the heart of Davao City, it is within easy reach to major points of interest and venues in the city. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Homitori

Address: Bangoy St. corner Sta Ana Avenue, Davao City, Mindanao 8000, Philippines
Region: Philippines > Mindanao > Davao del Sur Province > Davao City
Price Range: RM53 - RM66 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 57
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“facing the garage has windows and sunny.”
  • no rush going to the bathroom....there is enough of it
 of 5 bubbles N4313MYmariaa, 18 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Some of the rooms have windows, others have no windows.”
 of 5 bubbles El_Chinito1, 11 Oct 2014 | Read review
“If you are alone and want privacy at an affordable price, pay for the four (4) beds in the smallest room; Call in advance to reserve the rooms near the entrance, those are near the common toilets and shower rooms.”
 of 5 bubbles 388juna, 30 May 2014 | Read review
“Rooms that are far from the entrance. The entrance door is usually banged when someone enters and goes out.”
  • Urinals
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  • Wash area
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  • Aile between rooms
  • Individual lockers
  • Bunkbeds
 of 5 bubbles slazenger552, 3 Apr 2013 | Read review
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