- Reviews: 1220
Hotel Ramon: Affordable
Hotel Ramon Photos Here
- Reviews: 5
Wilshire Inn: Backpacker's haven
A very modest motel. We went to CDO not for the hotel but for whitewater rafting. This hotel is really cheap but don't expect too much. The water supply is OK, aircon seems fine as well. The bed is ok (nothing fancy). If I would grade this hotel and 5 is the highest I will give this 2.
near Divisoria and other must-see places including local resto...
- Reviews: 329
Ridgeview Chalets: Charming chalets in a private subdivision
The Chalets are located within the grounds of the Xavier Estates clubhouse. There are only a few chalets so you can be assured of personalized service. The views are pretty and guests have free use of clubhouse facilities such as swimming pool, bowling, etc.
- Reviews: 1
Hotel accomadation: Grand City Hotel
Have stayed here at this hotel on my 3 trips to cagayan de oro. The staff, the rooms, the hospitality, has been great... Very safe, very affordable,very nice staff. My Place to stay, when i am in Cagayan de oro city....................Earl D Harris
- Reviews: 105
MASS SPEC Hostel: Near Divisoria area
The aircon doesn't work well. The room is not that well-maintained. The CR is too small. The dormitory type accommodation is also PHP 200 per head/night. The elevator is broken (our room is on the 5th floor... wah!!).
Near the Divisoria area where the Weekend Night Market is held. The manager, Paps Dagayo, is accommodating and helpful. He was the one who directed us to Sunshine Guest House when MASS SPEC couldn't accommodate us because it was fully booked.
- Reviews: 14
Pryce Hotel: Pryce Hotel: The best for foreigners!
My fiance and I stayed at the Pryce Hotel for 2 nights in early October 2007. I have nothing bad to say about this hotel. It is clean, a bit expensive for CDO (about $75 USD) a night, a great view of the city as you are situated high on a hilltop, and very friendly staff. Room service is very prompt and the prices quite reasonable. We never used the pool but it look very clean and well-kept. We hired their hotel taxi for the day and the driver was fantastic. I recommend you take a day trip to Maria Cristina Falls and Tinago Falls in Iligan City...about 2-hours away by taxi. The cost was about 4000 pesos for the day (everything included) but well worth it!
- Reviews: 4
Koresco Hotel: High end hotel in the city
It has an amazing pool, gym, restaurant and a very Asian room. The hotel is owned and managed by a Korean company.
It is just across the Pueblo de Oro Golf and Country Club and near the airport. It is far from the main road and any vehicular traffic.
- Reviews: 1
Park View Hotel: hotel without hospitality
room - their double accomodation room didnt look double to us...the romm was cramped and you have very little space to move around - the tv set was on top of the closet so it looks like one of those i see in hospitals
bathroom - the bathrooms are pretty cramped as well - when you stand in the shower ur knees would touch the toilet bowl. when you open the door anyone whos inside checking him/herself in the mirror would end up hitting it.
whats worst? - the manager insisted for us to pay 100 pesos for each of the 3 models ive asked to dress up in the room so at least they wont end up causing commotion at the photoshoot location - the manager claimed that his staff *whom he cant even present to us - proved that 3 of my models *actually* slept in the room - in a room who doesnt know what SPACE is, or lets just say the manager himself doesnt know the definition of the word - or if im allowed to give the dimensions - the room is like 4 by 4 meters only. and they call it de-luxe.
service - the manager ( mr. chiang) was the worst ive manager ive met - he complained coz her secretary woke him up in the middle of his shift, and ended up blaming me for it. he was mad coz i wouldnt speak tagalog *which i dont know or bisaya *that hes not familiar of - i was speaking in english coz im comfortable with in in arguments like that - but he was mad coz maybe, just maybe he couldnt comprehend. the manager ended up making a decision even if he couldnt present any videotape or witness to prove that i let my models sleep in that box. he harrassed us verbally and almost physically coz he ended up blocking the exit doors if we dont pay....
to mr. chiang, i told you multiple times that i can pay - the only problem is you wouldnt listen - remember what i told you? now here it is. bad service doesnt need patronage.
- Reviews: 141
St. Bridget Home: Cheap Accomodation
It is a dormitory type of stay. We were glad that we found this place because the other hostel that ive searched on the internet was fully booked at that time. There are rooms for 4-8 persons. Aircon or non-aircon. ranges 150-200/pax/nyt. Shared comfort room.
- Reviews: 68
Casa Luciana Guesthouse: Very Hospitable owners :)
Clean rooms, available for solo, twin or triple sharing. In center of city proper and around 5-10 minutes walking distance to Limketkai center (Shopping mall). Very hospitable owners. They definitely helped us with everything we needed when we were there. From suggesting places to go to to contacting personnel from Kagay (for white water rafting) and personal driver, they did this for us. Life was very much easier.
clean rooms, hospitable owners, cheap cost
- Reviews: 39
D' Morvie Suites: Cheap Travel
One of the cheapest place to stay is at D' Morvie. Their rooms are not that spacious but most of the time you'll be outside to explore the city, so this fits for backpackers and budget travellers.
Rates around 350-450 per 12 hours(for 2-3 pax). Check my blog for more pics.
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