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I have been a customer for over 2 decades, the place is older now and needs a full renovation in the old building but the new tower is well worth the visit. Awesome restaurant on the 8th floor, they serve a super prime rib dinner.
Too disappointed. It is so saddening that before, it used to be one of the best 3 star hotel,but now, this place is so creepy for me. The management is not taking care of the hotel anymore. It's so old, unclean, AC is not good...More
Was a walk in guest and first noticed Bellcaptain/s were in white undershirts and I wondered what is going on.
I went in to check in as I've checked online that they have room vacancies. 2nd noticed thing is the way to the lobby and...More
I stayed here for few weeks last May of 2016. Typical weather in this country for this month is so hot. Well, as you know, this hotel is so old and need renovations, etc etc. At the time of my stay the A/C is not...More
this hotel badly needs a renovation! amenities are too old. toilet has small cockroaches, even on the wall near the bed! flush do not work well. aircon is busted! old tv, carpet is dirty. creepy corridors.
First timer inn the Philippines ? Don't book the bus, buses will NOT take u to GreatEastern Hotel. Take the GRAB for 550-650 pesos, around $12-13. Confirm with the driver before boarding. Or take the regular taxi cab for... More
First timer inn the Philippines ? Don't book the bus, buses will NOT take u to GreatEastern Hotel. Take the GRAB for 550-650 pesos, around $12-13. Confirm with the driver before boarding. Or take the regular taxi cab for 350-400 pesos, around $8. Insist to use the meter. Illegal to use without the meter. Taxi driver normally expect a minimum of 25 pesos, $0.50 tip but not required.