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It may not be the cheapest, but the place offers a room and bed for you to sleep while you're in Boracay. Besides I think anyone who comes to Boracay do not plan to sleep in their room.
It's an old Inn, so expect it...More
We stayed here for 3 nights. It's a couple of minutes walk to the beach proper and is surrounded by a lot of stores and a grocery! The place offers decent amenities for the price you pay. It offers you a place to spend the...More
It is not on the beach. It is not a Resort. It offers nothing but a bed and a room full of ants. It is on a very busy alley. The only good thin is that it is close to Resorts that have places to...More
I spent eight nights here & had a pleasant stay. I was taken here free of charge by two local women that met my boat at the port who worked for the Boracay tourist board after eventually trying other hotels first. I arrived in the...More
The staff is friendly and familiar.
Many of the guest are philippinos. Dont have breakfast and the morning/night is noicy because the street is near La carmela,and frankly hundreds of chinese and korean stay there.
Good service, Near beach. Not luxury hotel but you ll...More
USD 22 - USD 56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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