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LaVie Hotel
4.7/513 Ulasan
I really like this hotel, though a bit difficult to find at the beginning, some people doesn't know this hotel and found out that's its just new. But eventually we figured it out, we saw the street sign Calle Jacinto. The room is clean with bath towel, liquid soap, tooth brush, bottled water. Paulo is very accomodating when we've reached the hotel. There are some decorative paintings around the living room area at the second floor. Though you can smell the freshly paint but since I love painting so I really don't mind it😁. It's a walking distance from the famous Calle Crisologo. We walked around and watched the famous dancing fountain at night and we don't have difficulty going back to the hotel since it's just near. The only problem we've encountered in our room is the toilet bowl has some problem but we've talked to Ms. Meg their supervisor and they will surely fix this asap. They served a set meal breakfast, you just need to choose which one you like to eat with coffee or juice. Overall, our stay is satisfactory and this hotel is highly recommended.
Ciudad Fernandina Hotel
4.1/522 Ulasan
Overall, the location was the best part of our 4 day / 3 night stay. The hotel is the most beautiful building in the area, and definitely maintains it's old world charm. Here are the pro's and cons of our stay: Pros: * Location - As previously mentioned, this was the best part of our stay! The location of the hotel is within walking distance of nearly every travelers Vigan bucket list and is within 5 minutes walk of Calle Crisologo, Vigan Heritage Musem and many other attractions, restaurants and pasalubong (souvenir) shops. *Friendly Staff - Everyone that we encountered and interacted with during our stay was very polite, professional and was able to answer any questions we had. * Nostalgia - The hotel itself is beautiful, and during our stay in December was decorated for Christmas which was a bonus. The building retains so much of it's old world charm, and is definitely a lovely backdrop for your social media posts and family pics. Cons: * The rooms - We reserved 2 rooms, and both were in pretty desperate need of maintenance. Old chipped paint. Slow drainage from the toilet, sink and shower. Exhaust fan in the bathroom was present, but did not work. No wifi signal at all in our room. Did not even show up on 3 different devices. *Wifi - It was pretty much non-existent for the duration of our 4 day / 3 night stay. Our rooms were on the 2nd floor, and only 1 of them had any signal at all. The other did not have any wifi signal at all. Downstairs, when you attempt to connect to the wifi in the eating area or in the courtyard you would either receive a connection error, or when it would connect, you could only get around ~1mbps which is not really usable at all in this day in age. We notified the staff more than once of the issue, and they insisted they would have someone look at it, but the issue never got resolved. *The food - Breakfast selections are very limited, and are pretty standard for what you will find throughout the Philippines. We've come to the conclusion that it had to be the cheese that was the culprit because noone else had cheese in their dish, but I ended up getting sick with diarrhea and upset stomach around 2 hours after eating breakfast on the 2nd day. That continued for 5 days straight. I ordered the omelet with ham and cheese, toast, rice and also had a glass of their (cucumber lemonade?) on the morning that I got sick, and had eaten nothing else the night before or yet that day.
La Casa Blanca de Vigan Hotel
4.4/526 Ulasan
Fresh from our drive to Banaue & Batad Rice Terraces and the Halsema Highway, we decided to drive to Ilocos Sur to relax. Bessang Pass was quite the adventure. Anyway, Vigan it was. Without prior reservations we chanced upon cafe evelyn and decided to check the hotel. We were given a quick look at the property which looked old but somehow new. We found out from our host Ivon that they had just opened in November of 2022. Knowing my wife, no other hotel would do after the tour. We decided to stay and booked the Governors Suite. * its a bit pricey. 15,000+ pesos for 2 adults * you get a welcome drink. It was delicious. * 1,400 pesos for each additional person over 13 * 12 and under stay free but no free breakfast * breakfast was 450 pesos. Filipino, American & Continental were the choices. It was worth the price. Coffee and Juice comes with breakfast. @cafe evelyn * The latte was very good especially with the ”balikutsa” sweetener. Dont mistake it for a cookie. Drop it all in the cup. * Hotel is right on Calle Crisologo. The main entrance is on the parallel road. No motor vehicles are allowed on CC. Just horse drawn kalesas. * Rooftop bar and restaurant had very Good Big City Vibes. * 4th floor rooftop elevator ends at the 3rd floor. Stairs to go up the rooftop bar and pool.Not wc accesible (yet)' * infinity pool was small but sufficient. I was the only user when i swam. January is cold for Filipinos. * the food was tasty but my sizzling squid and gambas arrived no longer sizzling, no longer hot. * the crowd was light and the music was slow cafe type. Perfect for that windy full moon night. * the room was clean. The beds were quite comfortable. The pillows alone were worth the price of the room. Imo. * sufficient towels. The sofa in the room can be made into a futon. 3 grown children fit in the adjacent living room. * the comforters were comfortable with the strong AC * the bathrooms were immaculate. Needs more hanging fixtures for towels etc. * the bathtubs and fixtures were kohler ( from wisconsin ) * mini fridge was working. The flat screens were huge. One was 75 inches one was 55. ( ONLY ONE REMOTE ) why? *ample amenity kits. * comfortable robes. * hotel slippers could be better. * water pressure was good. Hot water was always available * my Amex Platinum did not go through, i had to pay with VISA. Even though it clearly showed the Amex logo on their Front Desk sign with BDO and other cards. This cost me a transaction fee of 2% on top of my bill. * staff was very friendly and helpful. Shout out to emil who helped with our bags & veggies from bontoc. * the lobby was quaint but lacking some character. The lobby and the tiles i really liked. * no restroom sign on the main lobby. * doors to calle crisologo closed at night which makes no sense since it showcases the main attraction. One door should at least stay open and accesible for hotel guests so no need to go around the hotel from the main entrance to calle crisologo. * happy hours. Unlimi

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Apakah hotel dengan Spa yang popular di Vigan?

    Sama ada anda membuat perjalanan ke Vigan atas tujuan perniagaan atau pelancongan, Hotel Luna , RedDoorz at Teofila Lodge dan La Casa Blanca de Vigan Hotel merupakan semua hotel pilihan.

  • Berapakan kadar purata untuk hotel dengan Spa di Vigan?

    Bagi hotel dengan Spa di Vigan, harga purata pada hari bekerja ialah RM 413, dan harga purata pada hujung minggu (Jumaat–Sabtu) ialah RM 418.

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    Kebanyakan hotel dengan Spa di Vigan ialah hotel mewah. LaVie Hotel amat popular.

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Maklumat Perjalanan Setempat

Bilangan Hotel18
Bilangan Ulasan209
Harga TertinggiRM 2,384
Harga TerendahRM 78
Harga Purata (Hari Bekerja)RM 413
Harga Purata (Hujung Minggu)RM 418