“Great Deal!”

It's a pretty nice place to stay after the long hours of doing island tours and diving cos it's quiet and the veranda is pretty big. Location is quiet and the staff are extremely nice. They are very accommodating and helpful in arranging your tours. The Lamayo breakfast is awesome cos the serving is great but the rest, really small portions. Their single room is really affordable 900php with aircon. I would definitely go back and stay in this place. You can sleep safe and sound after a busy day in this lovely island.

— N.J., Trip Advisor Review April 27, 2016

“Highly Recommended!!!  Very Ideal for Coron Holidays”

It is a very ideal place for our holiday in Coron. Located on the quieter part of town. 3 minutes walk to town center or 10pesos by tricycle, very cozy, hotel feel and restful at night. Room has decent size, well single budget room is quiet small, but with a/c, fan, attached toilet/shower and free breakfast for a very low rate, I'm not complaining. Everything works perfectly. They also have a veranda which is a good place to hangout after the day activities. The staff are all courteous, maybe one of the most hospitable hotel staff not just in Coron but everywhere. The free breakfast has reasonable menu, local and western choices (plated). Free hot and cold mineral water near the kitchen front, ideal to refill your bottles to save cost. Definitely has no complaints at all with all the amenities after staying twice already, Nov2014 and June2015. Both stays are pleasurable and made me enjoy my coron holidays. I highly recommend this peaceful amd cozy accomodation to everyone.

— W.d.L, Trip Advisor Review June 15, 2015


 

"Easy access to the main market street and other tourist destinations."

Creative Adventure Staff

 
 

“A Home Away From Home.”

I stayed in a room good for one person only. The bed, the cabinet and the CR were small. I believe we cannot expect too much for budget hotel in terms of the size of a room. But the room was neat and clean.

My room was facing the sea. Thus, I can see the sunset from my window.

What really moved me was the hospitality and the concern of the receptionist/cook when she learned that I will be having a town tour outside of the one offered by the hotel. She was worried and told me that she will check first if the driver/tour guide was someone she knew especially that I will be touring alone. Having someone so worried of my welfare makes me feel that I am in a home away from home. 

— J.B, Trip Advisor Review February 18, 2015

“Customer Service x10”

I turned 23 at Coron last April 6. My partner and I stayed in this hotel for 4 days (April 4-7). We arrived in the hotel and the staff offered cold iced tea which I find really thoughtful knowing that we just landed on the island. They made us choose between two rooms and we decided to take the one on the second floor. The room is kinda small but we don't really mind since we're not gonna stay there all day. Room is clean and there are shampoo, conditioner and soap plus towels. The breakfast they serve is ok. Menu includes classic 'silog' dish, bread, eggs, fruits and 3-in-1 coffee. It would be better if they have brewed coffee though. :)

During our second day in the hotel, we were able to meet the owner - Ms. Leah. She greeted us with a smile. On our third day, she was there when we got back from our island trip. I took a chance and asked her staff if we can have extra soap and conditioner. Her staff (sorry I was not able to get the name of the lady) was about to say no, but Ms. Leah is kind enough to give us extra soap and conditioner :D

That's really nice and her kindness didn't end there...
I accidentally left my glasses on the bed and we asked if they can send it here in Manila via courier. Ms. Leah told us that she's going to Manila on April 9 and suggested that we meet at Mall of Asia so she can hand the glasses back to me. :)
Met her at MOA and I was so grateful to her. She and her staff deserve a thumbs up for excellent customer service. 

Some other tips:
Location is really good, you can just take a walk if you wanna go to the town proper.
There's also a salon nearby, we availed pedicure service for 50 pesos and it's money well spent. :)
There's also a motorcycle across the street, Mang Boyet owns the shop and he explains and hands map to customers.

And oh! If you need a trike or any assistance, the hotel staff is kind enough to help. :)

— S.C. Trip Advisor Review April 11, 2014


 

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