Casa Linda Inn And Restaurant

Trinidad Rd. Rizal Ave., Puerto Princesa, 5300, Philippines

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  • davidjo's Profile Photo

    well established guest house


    I used to go here every Friday night where we had a small group, but i had not been until today. The rooms are native, all surrounding a pleasant garden where you can sit. You are requested to remove your shoes as you enter through the lounge and restaurant area. Great ambience and good service.

  • Perucha's Profile Photo

    a huge room


    All is good for an Inn :)
    Location is very strategic but not hectic, easy to find good restaurants and shops around.

    Unique Quality: It has a very huge cozy room for 3 of us with aircon & bathroom inside for P900/night.

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Love it!

by livethedream about Casa Linda Inn

Book by phone early to avoid disappointment. This place is so popular they book out fast. P750 for a twin room, with a/c, but no hot water. Spacious rooms. Relaxing garden. Big breakfast. Friendly staff. I love this place!

They can arrange your trip to Honda Bay and Underground River, travel/accom info for Sabang and even a massage in your own room. Shoes off! Within spitting distance to the best restos in town (incl Ka Lui)

Nice Accomodation - Casa Linda Inn

by schnaider about Casa Linda

Owned by an American and his Filipina wife, Casalinda is the best place in town if you're looking for native authenticity. The peace and quiet of its off-road location helps create a relaxed, island mood, as does the tropical courtyard lined with palm and banana trees, where you can grab a lawn chair and just hang out. Like Casalinda's native neighbors, rooms are constructed of bamboo, rattan, and suwali walls, and provide little more than the basic 5-inch foam mattress and air-conditioning in eight of the units. The trade-off here is the lack of hot water, but if you can handle it for a day or two, the ambience and price can't be beat. P750 (US$15) double with A/C; 450 ($9) double with fan

Country-style dwelling in the city

by asianbelle about Casa Linda Inn

The inn's structure is so reminiscent of native houses in the countryside - one level but elevated from the ground. The roof is made from nipa, the walls from sawali, the floor from wide wooden planks, and the frame from bamboo. However the bathrooms are modern despite the absence of hot water. A well tended inner garden has a gazebo at the center where guests can converge, read or simply relax.

The inn has 11 rooms with a choice between aircon and fan. They also have a stock room where you can leave your things and an ensuite bathroom where you can freshen up in case you arrive prior to check in time of 12nn.

The staff are very accommodating and friendly. They could arrange your transport and day trips at no additional cost. And being locals, they share valuable tips - must see, must eat, must avoid, etc. A unique practice (which I failed to abide by) is the taking off of footwear when entering the inn. I wasn't aware of it until another guest called my attention. Well, it is not strictly implemented (nor followed), but it was a new experience for me.

Early Morning Breakfasts

by monina_c about Casa Linda Inn Restaurant

fIf you need an early start, you can talk to Roger the night before and order your breakfast and what time you want it served. They serve Filipino and Continental breakfasts. You won't believe the size of their pancakes. The brewed coffee is also good. I loved their Filipino breakfast of fresh danggit, sunnyside-up, fried rice, brewed coffee and of course the ripe mangoes.


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balai inato vs. casa linda inn & contact numbers

by travelerwannabe

hi! were going to puerto princesa this march.

ive read VT's puerto princesa travel guides, and most are partial to casa linda. but i was wondering if there are people here who have stayed or know something about balai inato. would you mind to share some details? Ü which do you prefer more - balai inato or casa linda? Ü

lastly, anyone who has contact numbers of balai inato?

maraming salamat.

Re: balai inato vs. casa linda inn & contact numbers

by DSwede

bookmark for interest. Possible visit in February.

Re: balai inato vs. casa linda inn & contact numbers

by superkatol

for pictures of rooms in Balay Inato, visit this link

about Casa Linda, sorry but i don't know that :D


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Address: Trinidad Rd. Rizal Ave., Puerto Princesa, 5300, Philippines