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For 83 eur i would have expected a non stinky bathroom, a shower that doesn’t flood the bathroom floor and that drains through the drain, an aircond capable of cooling the bedroom area, a bed that doesn’t squeek at every breath you take and an...More
Very disappointing. There was no running water therefore couldn’t wash, cook or flush toilet.
Mattress has completely sunk and gave me a back ache
TV doesn’t work
This self catering did not offer any pantry basics like a little bit of olive oil and salt...More
Flat was comfortable, clean, well equipped, easy to access and handy for all amenities. Reception staff at Habitat B and B (separate location) were very helpful and looked after our luggage. The 900m walk from Habitat B and B to Habitat Home required a taxi...More
My husband and I spent 3 nights and really enjoyed our Habitat Home apartment! The terrace with lots of plants was wonderful! This apartment is clean, modern, and very spacious with a loft! It's in a good central location and it's still close enough to...More
If you're looking for the nicest, cleanest and most comfortable place to stay in Sabang, Puerto Galera that is fairly priced, then I would definitely recommend Habitat Home. Cozy bed, definitely cool AC, hot shower, clean toilet (this is a must!) and a good view,...More
Habitat Home is an ambitious project of Habitat Hotel Group by two young Sicilian architects. Habitat looks at the renovation of old Mediterranean spaces located within their cultural and historical contexts. ...MoreRenovation and history are keen at Habitat Home where the Mediterranean landscape and the old walls of the building made with lava stone and bricks are highlighted inside the apartments, creating a continuum between external and internal spaces. The guests of this property have access to the courtyards and to the reception, where they can either enjoy a moment of relax among citrus plants and aromatic plants or drink a cup of tea with a good architecture magazine. Less