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Ceazar's Place
3.9/511 Ulasan
Очень понравилось расположение. Прямо на пляже семейный отель. Уютный дворик. Черный песок. Приливы-отливы не мешают купаться, что важно на Филиппинах. Хорошо готовят в кафе при отеле. Пригласили на Рождественский ужин всех постояльцев! Бесплатно! Забавно развлекались, играли в игры. Считается это лучшее место для купания Дугамете(Дауин)
Mike's Dauin Dive Resort
4.6/544 Ulasan
I'm conflicted by my stay here, so I'll just lay out the pros and cons. Pros: Absolutely great dive shop. First and foremost, thank you to Gabby who was my divemaster for all my dives. He is phenomenal and a huge asset to Mike's. Jonathan who manages the diving also provided good service. The rental gear was in excellent condition except for the booties which have seen better days but got the job done. They took me and one other guy to Apo island which I do not think is a profitable trip for them with just 2 customers, but they knew how much time we had at Mike's and made it work for us. Gabby also took me out on a solo night shore dive (which was incredible). Not all dive shops will do this. Corri who manages Mike's also provided excellent customer service. She responded promptly to my emails and then gave me her number so I could Whatsapp her to coordinate a transfer from the ferry. And then after I had an issue with my A/C (see below), she thanked me for saying something so I told her all my complaints as they happened (nothing in this review will be a surprise to them), and she did her very best to resolve them. She never once blamed me as being high maintenance, at least not to my face. And really, I'm not high maintenance. Mike's just has some issues that it needs to address. The wifi was really good and it worked in my room. This is a big deal and a rarity in the Philippines when you get outside the big cities. Mixed: Mike's restaurant has a fairly large menu, and there's a full page of Mexican foods as Mike himself is from California, where I lived for many years. I had the seafood burrito and it was bad. The seafood itself was fine although perhaps not the kinds I would expect to see in a seafood burrito, but ingredient availability plays into that. The real issue is that the flavor was well off. Now perhaps I was foolish to get Mexican food in the Philippines, but I think that if you put something on your menu, you should be proud of it, and this dish was not something to be proud of. Corri did tell me that she and Mike were going to order the seafood burrito the next day and reevaluate it, so again I appreciate her taking my complaint seriously. On the other hand, I had one of the Filipino soup dishes (I can't remember the name) and it was tasty. The breakfasts were also good. So food is a mixed bag, and perhaps you'll be fine if you stick to breakfast and Filipino food. Cons: The biggest con by far is that the bed is uncomfortable. The mattress is a 3 inch piece of soft foam. That simply doesn't cut it. As a side sleeper, my hips were hitting the slats below. Corri again took my complaint seriously and brought me a second mattress to put on top of the first. This helped but these mattresses are so soft, it's still not conducive to a good night's sleep. I stayed in several other places across the Philippines during my trip, including places significantly cheaper than Mike's, and all of my mattresses
Unwnd Boutique Hotel Dumaguete
4.6/526 Ulasan
We stayed only overnight at this unique beautiful botique hotel as we have to fly the following day to Manila . We were immediately greeted by a very special and charming lady by the name of February, very sweet and charming ! Welcome drink was really timely after 1 hour ride from Zambuanquita where we had our hotel for the Apo island diving the night before. What makes this hotel special is how friendly and accommodating the staff were, not to mention the Philippine hut style “igloo” & beautiful interior design.The role model for how to “treat” a guest is the GM & Operations Manager, Marlon Navarro. I am a Filipino expat who had lived over 40 years in Europe and just on a diving & golf safari with my buddy but I have never seen an “over the top” hospitality from a hotel manager. Marlon answered all our enquiries including where to have a nice dinner, bar to hang out, sightseeing and spa. For spa, don’t miss the hotel spa especially with Jess - one of my best massages in the Philippines. Also, as Marlon noticed that I have an Austrian guest who is a little bit inquisitive about the area, brought us even by himself to the Boulevard as my friend is quite tall for a “tuktuk” (our local Tricicle). I wish UNWND all the success in the world and without a doubt, with Marlon under it’s helm, it will be the top hotel in Dumaguete in due time. Thank you so much for this “unusual “ experience! Best regards, Tristan David & Gerhard Schaller
Charos Dormitel
4.5/515 Ulasan
Not too sure what to expect, even though the reviews were all positive. As others ha e mentioned, common areas and rooms are all furnished in quality mainly antique furniture, collected by the owner on his travels. The rooms have very comfortable beds, hot water for the shower and polite and attentive staff. We booked 3 rooms for our family and all were of a good quality, far better than others we have stayed in that cost far more. When we are in the area again we will definitely stay again.
Southview Hotel
3.9/54 Ulasan
The guest service at Southview Hotel in Dumaguete sucks! Certainly a hotel/quarantine facility I would recommend. My observations are as follows: 1. Poor hygiene in the preparation and handling for food and water. -The kitchen crew cutting the carrots in the kitchen was not wearing a mask. -The utensils (spoon and fork) were just left uncovered in an open area outside the kitchen without proper cover. Viruses and bacteria can easily contaminate it. 2. The water provided is one 350ml mineral water (the smallest size) per meal. With this quantity the guest are prone to experience constipation due to the lack of adequate drinking water. 3. The delivery of food is delayed. Breakfast should be delivered to guests at 7am but they deliver it only at 9am on 2 occasions. 4. The front desk does not provide the contact name and number of their Manager because she reasons that it is a confidential information. A clear cover up, which indicates that they are not prepared to hear out and action on issues raised by the guests. Please to the management of Southview hotel. Kindly execute your job well.
The Henry Resort Dumaguete
4.6/513 Ulasan
For a 5 star hotel, it doesn’t seem like it is and definitely not worth the price. -Poor amenities (Example, they offer a small thin bar of soap as a body wash. Why wouldn’t they offer liquid body wash? Also, some towels were overused) -They clean the rooms/bathrooms and change your towels after 3 days instead of everyday. There’s no pandemic anymore so why not clean the rooms everyday?! -Good food, but not enough choices for breakfast (Why wouldn’t pancakes be included in the options?Also, the coffee doesn’t taste good - strong and burnt tasting) -Nice staff, but they need more training: >Food Service is slow and inefficient. During breakfast and lunch, our food were served after hours of waiting. Some of our orders came incorrectly (not what we ordered). >Disorganize and lack in system. >They lack in staff both at the front desk and Sans rival Cafe. -They will charge you if you don’t return all your keycards. If this was a true 5 star hotel, you wouldn’t charge your guests for something cheap and disposable. Overall, our stay was ok (big rooms and nice pool), but lacking in amenities and training of staff. There are more cons than pros. Whoever owns this hotel seems like they are saving too much on costs. Never going to stay in any of the Henry Hotels in the Philippines.

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  • Apakah hotel dengan Sarapan pagi yang popular di Negros Oriental?

    Sama ada anda membuat perjalanan ke Negros Oriental atas tujuan perniagaan atau pelancongan, Atlantis Dive Resort Dumaguete , Salaya Beach Houses dan The Henry Resort Dumaguete merupakan semua hotel pilihan.

  • Berapakan kadar purata untuk hotel dengan Sarapan pagi di Negros Oriental?

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Maklumat Perjalanan Setempat

Bilangan Hotel109
Bilangan Ulasan1,149
Harga TertinggiRM 1,770
Harga TerendahRM 74
Harga Purata (Hari Bekerja)RM 364
Harga Purata (Hujung Minggu)RM 358