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My family and I stayed in one room for 4 for 3 nights and 2 other rooms for 2 nights. The place is a good place to stay since it has good air conditioning and it is close to Gloria and several good restaurants. But...More
We arrived in Dapitan at 3pm and since our first choice of pension house did not pass my son's taste, we decided to scout for an alternative. He said the first pension house that they checked was smelly.
Anyway, we stayed here for a night....More
We recently returned to Dapitan to introduce our grandson to some of his Philippine heritage associated with Dr. Jose Rizal. Naturally we returned to Monina's Pension House at its Sunset Boulevard location.
Mirabel is as welcoming as ever and picked us up at the port....More
If im ever in the area again i would stay here again. We stayed only 1 night due to visiting Gloria's Fantasyland which is only a few minutes walk away. We came in late at night. Rooms were clean but could use new towels and...More
Monina Pension house is a nice place to stay.. after long travel we look for hotel where we can stay for the night and we fell here.. they entertain us well and i think they really are nice.. it is a few meters away to...More
Monina Pension House is an affordable guesthouse located in Dapitan City. All of our 35 rooms are fully furnished and can accommodate up to six people in one room. Rental is available per day, per week and/or per month basis. One of our building is located right in front of the beach and the other in the heart of the city. A local restaurant is located next door .A medium mall (Gloria de Dapitan) complete with restaurant, bar, club and park rides is located block and a half away from our pension house. Historical sites and attractions, a must see when visiting Dapitan City, is also a walking distance from our guesthouse. Notably, Dr. Jose P. Rizal, a national hero of the Philippines, lived in exile in faraway Dapitan City, then only a sleepy town in Mindanao. Here, he spent fruitfully his last four years in exile, from 1892 to 1896, to practice medicine, pursue scientific studies, keep up with his artistic and literary endeavors, and widen his knowledge of languages.