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My husband and I visited the Philippines last May, and we decided to take the Deluxe room, and we are so disappointed because the room was terrible. The bath tub has holes in it; also the curtain has molds they don't even change or at...More
We booked for 3 nights and was very disappointed.
Very slow service. We waited 40 minutes to check-in although the room was book already 4 days before our arrival. Receptionist (on duty at that time) is quite a snab! Not friendly at all.
1st stayed 2012 in main bldg. room is big, bed is ok, tv is not good, we need to change 3 times.but it's ok overall...
2nd stay this May 2014.. I transferred from tune hotel malate cos I don't like the location of the hotel...More
I just loved coming back to this hotel everytime I visited the Philippines for our annual golf tour. We are a group of amateur Golf players based in Southern California. About 14 people stayed in this hotel from January 28 thru February 8, this year....More
Where do I start? The room was filthy with stained carpets, musty drapes, dirty bed linens, and a chair that smelled of urine. The bathroom was dark and moldy and every plumbing fixture leaked. The room I was in fronted on Quezon Avenue and the...More
First timer inn the Philippines ? Don't book the bus, buses will NOT take u to GreatEastern Hotel. Take the GRAB for 550-650 pesos, around $12-13. Confirm with the driver before boarding. Or take the regular taxi cab for... More
First timer inn the Philippines ? Don't book the bus, buses will NOT take u to GreatEastern Hotel. Take the GRAB for 550-650 pesos, around $12-13. Confirm with the driver before boarding. Or take the regular taxi cab for 350-400 pesos, around $8. Insist to use the meter. Illegal to use without the meter. Taxi driver normally expect a minimum of 25 pesos, $0.50 tip but not required.