Province of Marinduque Hotels

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eastpoint hotel in balaring, boac, marinduque: my marinduque stay

i stayed in marinduque for 3 days and i found so many things about the customs and traditions in province. one of this is the local folks hospitality. i checked in at Eastpoint Hotel located in Balaring , Boac about 7 minutes to the town (but maybe shorter travel time upon the completion of the national highway repair works) for 2 nights and i found it enjoyable. not to mention its hot shower and beautiful sea. i go there on mornings and afternoons during my stay. very relaxing...... see it for yourself

air conditioned rooms
classy bed with comforter, found only in eastpoint according to the hotel manager
hot and cold shower,
great view of the sea
and most of all clean hotel

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  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Fishing
  • Written March 1, 2007

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hotel and other Occumodation: Marinduque's place to stay

its is best to hire somebody to assist you during your stay. this is for you to know what is the aatraction and others such as time of parade, and other significant places. there are also feast there, example of it is the colorful Moriones festival, if you do have some question regarding it, you can email me at

the moriones festival happen only once a year. it is famous and colorful week.

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  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Castles and Palaces, Budget Travel
  • Written February 9, 2007
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A & A Hotel: Newest Hotel in Town

It's good somebody put up a new hotel at this town. Other hotels have seen enough years. About 10 rooms in all occupies the 2nd/3rd/4th floor of the building, each room can sleep 4 at the maximum (w/ extra beds). The minus side >> no hotel info desk, got to find everytime the manager at the restaurant at the 3rd floor. It seems she is also the restaurant manager/cashier.

New building, of course the furnishings are new. Tiled bathroom, cable TV, Aircon, at the heart of town. Queensize bed with pull-out extra bed.

P700 per day per room is a steal. Never mind the always-missing hotel crew.

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  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Road Trip
  • Written December 3, 2005
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