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Banaue Hotel and Youth Hostel
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Truth be told, if you want to explore the rice terraces and stay in a prime location for doing so, it's Banaue. Unfortunately, the hotel choices are very, very limited. I think we stayed in what might be the best hotel in Banaue (private baths!) and it was not very good. The bathroom was old and decrepit; chipped and cracked 50's tile, towels with holes. There is no air conditioning and wifi is only available in lobby. The restaurant is mediocre at best. Our last night eating in restaurant, tiny ants were all over the table by my husband's plate. Our last night there, we woke up early to be driven to airport and there was a very large cockroach on the wall. I'm so happy I didn't see one until I was leaving as I wouldn't have been able to sleep thinking a cockroach could be crawling on me. We enjoyed our visit to the area very much but wish there had been more satisfactory accomodations.

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank cazcindy
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I would rate this as a one and a half star hotel that has seen better days. The passageways, staircases and public rooms are large but the rooms are basic, no TV, no A/C (not really needed as it was cool when we stayed and there was a fan), no safe or lift and Wi-Fi is only available in the reception area. Our room could definitely done with refurbishment but it was clean although the furniture paintwork was very chipped and the walls were grubby. The carpet in some areas was beyond threadbare. Each room has a balcony (unfurnished), ours gave a nice view down the valley over some rice fields. There is a nice restaurant and the food was good with wide choice (buffet and a la carte on offer) but the food was let down by the staff. We went to eat at 8 pm (dinner didn't finish until 10 pm) and almost every container on the buffet was empty and none, of the large number, of staff made any effort to monitor it or made any effort to refill the dishes until we vigorously complained. When we adjourned to the bar, after dinner, where a big gaggle of staff were glued to a 'Filipino Soap Opera' of which the sound was very loud. No acknowledgement, so we left, the patio-type plastic chairs didn't help either! As other people have said the place needs a bit of money spent on it and stronger management. The building and it's position is great but being the only large hotel in the town it has no competition, could do with a lot of improvement.

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank Antony B
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Reviewed 16 March 2018

Modern brutalist architecture and in need of a bit of refurbishment, but clean. Good sized rooms with small balcony - most overlooking the town - and tea/coffee facilities. Wifi in lobby only. No TV or fridge. There is a swimming pool, but it's at the far end of the hotel. A bit out of town so you'll probably need to eat here; however, the dinner buffet (475/head) was very good with lots of choice. Good a la carte also available.
100m away at top of drive to hotel on the right is a Post Office and on the left a very useful shop (with a very helpful English speaking owner) that sells small bread snacky things and beer, soft drinks etc.

  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank martyngs
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Reviewed 12 March 2018

I was supprised when I visited this hotel. We stayed in a 'deluxe suite' room and was supprisingly comfortable. The entire hotel is of 1980's style but weirdly enough, works for the modern age!
Big open lobby leads to a resturant with a view of the rice terraces. Varied room types to suit any budget. Complimentary buffet breakfast and local cultural entertainment in the evenings topped off the perfect atmosphere of this hotel.
Nothing negative to say!

Room Tip: pay the extra for a suite, espeically if your in a group of 6 or more
  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled with family
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1  Thank Sam S
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Reviewed 8 March 2018

We stayed in Banaue Hotel for one night during Banaue-Batad-Sagada trip organized by a travel agency. After one sleepless night spent in a van by transfer from Manila, another night spent in primitive accommodation in Batad, and a sweaty difficult hike, it was good to be in comfortable hotel with private bathroom. This bathroom was somewhat shabby and it required some mental effort to figure out which shaky spigot is hot and cold water, faucet or shower. Unfortunately, just after taking shower the water main supplying the hotel broke down and for the rest of our stay we were reduced to water containers fetched by hotel bellboys.
Otherwise, our room on the first floor was spacious and comfortable with balcony offering nice view of the valley below. It was furnished with comfortable double bed plus single bed, nightstand, wardrobe, chairs and coffee table. There was no AC but electric fan that provided enough comfort. There was no TV and wi-fi signal was available only in the lobby. This lobby is huge with rich wooden paneling, but only sparsely furnished. There is a souvenir shop occupying part of the expanse.
The restaurant looks luxurious and the staff was forthcoming. Unfortunately, also prices are more on luxurious side. We chose from menu suitable more for European restaurant “beef fillet”, but what arrived on the plate was obviously strip-loin steak. Praise was deserved by properly prepared mixed vegetable salad with balsamic dressing – rare phenomenon in Filipino restaurant. A bottle of Australian wine cost unreasonable 1400 peso (I failed beforehand to ask the price which was not listed).

  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Salmiya
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