Stayed over the Easter Weekend and then again at the end of April for a night. Experienced both the deluxe double and triple with breakfast and was pleasantly surprised. Has all of the amenities of upscale hotels like the Marriott but was quiet with very little traffic in the lobby and hallways. Plus the price hovers around the 90 dollar area depending on the room you choose which isn't bad considering you get a room, Wi-Fi and breakfast included.
I think the staff is great. Because they are a new hotel, they are still developing there professional skills but overall, they did a fine job. Most of our needs were addressed rather quickly. Some slight professional errors include the staff taking breaks in areas where guests frequent like the parking lot in the basement or on the 3rd floor terrace. Also, I've caught the staff congregating in the lobby a lot. Maybe creating a designated break room or staff room would solve this.
Breakfast buffet wasn't bad. Not sure how fresh some of the dishes were like the salads but overall the hot food was decent and the egg station is a great idea. Coffee was freshly brewed
and the wait staff was attentive. I've also tried some of the lunch menu which was pretty good. They offer an afternoon All-You-Can-Eat Halo Halo dessert for 100 pesos plus there are dinner packages available including a grill night on the 3rd floor terrace. Sometimes there is entertainment with dinner and/or at the bar on weekends.
Room service food was also quite good and arrived in a timely fashion.
If you watch TV adamantly, you will be disappointed with the channel selection but there's so much to do in the area including shopping at the Ayala Mall which is about a 5 minute walk away.
Usually when we visit Cebu we stay at the Marriott but I think the Hotel Elizabeth in terms of room offerings, cleanliness, service and style is very comparable. Again, I like the Elizabeth for its low-key atmosphere. It's not too busy and is pretty quiet. Highly recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Established shortly after its predecessor in Baguio, Hotel Elizabeth Cebu has over 130 stately guestrooms and suites all envisioned by Tessa Prieto-Valdes, style icon and celebrated interior decorator. Breathtaking frescos by painter Alfred Galvez and portraits of well-spent travels adorn its Mediterranean-inspired hallways. Situated conveniently in one of Cebu's bustling business districts, the hotel is just a 2-minute walk to Metro Gaisano and Ayala malls, affording guests easy access to leisure activities, such as shopping and sightseeing.A riot of flavors awaits you at the Flora Cafe, where international cuisine is served in the most inventive and appetizing of ways. Enjoy great music and relax at the Piano Bar while sipping on your favorite wines and cocktails. Pamper yourself with our massage service or work up a good sweat at our Fitness Center. Celebrate momentous occasions and attend seminars and conferences in style and luxurious comfort, in our various function rooms and ballroom. You will fall in love with Hotel Elizabeth. It’s an experience on its own. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Elizabeth Cebu Cebu Island/Cebu City