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Malaybalay City, Philippines
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If singing is your thing this place is the best,,,drink and sing,,,good beds and hot showers,air conditioning and all for 600 pesos, ,,,12.50 usd...I highly recommend. .good service, very friendly staff and in town off the beaten path,,,if I have to stay in a hotel,,,this would be the best...

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Reviewed 18 October 2015 via mobile

Pros: 1. Twin bed is 1100 pesos, single bed is 750 (as of october 2015). Their twin bed are two large queen-size bed which can fit 4-6 persons. 2. Their bathroom are large or spacious and has hot shower. 3. They have large cable tv with decent channels. 4. They have free hot water and cup in their water despenser...

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1Thank Pytha G
Reviewed 24 August 2015 via mobile

We stayed there for 1 night over the weekend and I must say that I was satisfied with the place. We paid Php600 for the room that has one matrimonial bed and is already good for two. The room is air-conditioned, has cable tv, hot and cold shower and you have your own parking space in front of your room....

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2Thank Lhea Venice B
Reviewed 20 August 2015

We stayed here for 2 seperate days, we needed a place to crash before and after our Kitanglad - Dulang Traverse. the rooms are clean, cable tv, bathroom/toilets are new. They also have a KTV room available nearby. The food or room service is outsourced but is delicious for my opinion, 2-3 servings for around 200 pesos. They also provide...

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2Thank Algene M
Manila, Philippines
Reviewed 22 July 2015

I had low expectations from this place because little was said about it. However, it turned out to be a pleasant surprise. The room was basic, but it was sufficient for our needs. A bed and a hot shower were all we needed, after all. They even had a working generator, which was great since blackouts happen in Malaybalay. Service...

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3Thank Karen C
Reviewed 16 May 2015

Staying in Malaybalay City is very affordable but being able to stay in a very clean room with a good quality service and amenities is a plus. This is a newly built apartelle which is located a few distance from downtown, a 5-minute ride if you take a tricycle. The place is a compound of buildings: the first is the...

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1Thank Iyadami
Cebu City, Philippines
Reviewed 18 April 2015

If travelling along the Cagayan to Davao highway this is an ideal spot to stop for a night & recharge your batteries. I had an aircon room - very clean. I would like to say quiet but some guests waking up early or arriving late can be quiet noisy (I was awoken at 3:00am by noisy people leaving). The room...

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Thank scoobie007
Manila
Reviewed 12 April 2014

The room is new, everything is clean, from the bathroom, to the sheets which smells like fresh crisp laundry. TV is big and new, has lukewarm showers, and the restaurant that delivers food to the inn offers sumptuous meals. Very affordable too, I can't believe We only paid 700/night. However, the room is quite dark because of poor lighting, I...

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7Thank Cindy F
Namur, Belgium
Reviewed 23 December 2012

I spend many nights in this hotel, which is more a motel in fact. The good points: not in the center of malaybalay so quiet, at the contrary, rooms are very clean, staff is very nice. There is no really negative points. The only thing is sometimes the noise of the big 4 wheels drive park in the motel (but...

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11Thank franky345000
Quezon City, Philippines
Reviewed 30 November 2012

The place is new. The room is new. Wi-Fi is available free in the rooms. Bathroom is clean. LCD TV with cable channels. Air conditioned rooms. Hot and cold water. Parking is available for about a dozen vehicles. Rooms are quite affordable.

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Address: Propia Street, Malaybalay City, Mindanao, Philippines
Region: Philippines > Mindanao > Bukidnon Province > Malaybalay City
Number of rooms: 27
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1st Avenue Apartel/ Inn Malaybalay City, Mindanao
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“The new building rooms has a water heater (up to warm only)”
algenem, 19 Aug 2015 | Read review
“Choose one of the larger rooms which are set away from the parking area thus less noise from vehicles & guests.”
scoobie007, 18 Apr 2015 | Read review
“Night time is generally quiet where it is. But better to stay in rooms away from the street during the day.”
hitman531ph, 29 Nov 2012 | Read review
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