This place is much smaller than the promotional photo would suggest. Calling this a hotel would be like calling a piece of broken glass a diamond. I would call it a backpacker’s lodge at best, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they rent out rooms by the hour to ladies of a certain reputation. My wife and I arrived at 5pm and the bed was not even made. The room was poky, dark and filthy. We had paid 4 nights in advance, and if it wasn’t for the fact that we had been travelling (car, planes, taxi) more than 48 hours without sleep, a shower or a change of clothes, we would have turned our heels straight away.
Many minor issues that, added up, made our stay less than pleasurable. For instance: a torn curtain, exposed electrical wires, a toilet seat that did not stay up, and a flat battery of the smoke alarm in the corridor that emitted a beep every 20 seconds or so, keeping us awake at night. My first two requests to have the battery replaced were ignored. Then they removed the battery without replacing it. Our room was on the fifth floor and there were no obvious emergency exits. This place is a firetrap and a biohazard in terms of its hygiene/cleanliness.
Unique Quality: The location is great (close to shopping malls) and staff were very friendly without exception.
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Address: Sampaguita Bldg. , al Araneta and Gen.Roxas St., Cor. Gen. Araneta and Gen. Roxas St., Cubao, Quezon