Balayong Pension, Puerto Princesa City
Balayong Pension, Puerto Princesa City
Balayong Pension, Puerto Princesa City
Balayong Pension, Puerto Princesa City
Balayong Pension, Puerto Princesa City
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Hotel

Balayong Pension

Magkakaibigan, Puerto Princesa City

Review

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Dari 3 review
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wiLhymL
12 Apr 2017 - Bisnis
Most common place for local tourists which want to spend just a few days for their vacation. A very friendly receptionist. This place serves good breakfast which is part of the accommodation, a tocino/chorizo and an egg. Also with rice and coffee, and water. Has cold/hot shower. A TV with very limited channels. A slow WiFi connection even if the provider is just within the area, also you mobile signal will only be 3G. But when you go outside, maybe go somewhere in Rizal Ave. or to their Baywalk, your signal will go to LTE. They also have laundry service for P45/kg which you can already claim by the following day. But this service is only wash & dry, folding is not that good.
Jhun L
02 Des 2012 - Keluarga
We stayed here last November 9 to 12, 2012, The room was pretty fair and spacious for our family. We are a family of 6 that includes 3 kids with an age ranging from 6 to 3, with my wife and the childrens nanny. The shower room is quite small though, but the hot & cold shower is perfect for my kids. My only, not so nice experience is that, when we had been charged of our Underground River Tour with Balayong Pension my 4 & 3 years old children were charged in full wherein it should be on a 50% discount if I am not mistaken. The hotel is serving breakfast included on the room cost. No restaurant on the hotel, but WIFI is free, which was so convenient for me :) Over-all, our stay is pleasant, and the kids enjoyed our short holiday. The hotel is located near the "bay-bay" or Baywalk where we enjoyed our sumptous dinner on our first and last night in Puerto Princesa
xianora
21 Okt 2012 - Keluarga
We stayed here when we went to Palawan last April 2012. Here are my comments based on what I remember of my experience of my stay here: ROOM: We stayed in two rooms in Balayong, one for 3 persons (my uncle's family wanted a separate room for themselves) and a dorm type room enough for 6 persons. I stayed in the dorm-type room along with 3 other people (my aunt, my mom and my brother). First of all, the room was satisfactory in size but there were only four of us in the room so... The bunk beds were very sturdy but we all wanted to claim the lower bunk. My mom was too slow that she was forced to choose one of the top bunks instead. What she did was get the foam bed from the top deck and placed it on the floor. Second, other than the bunk beds, there was a wooden closet/table in the room, a mirror, a table, two monobloc chairs, TV and aircon. We also have or own bathroom. We don't watch much TV but from what I remember, they don't have cable. The aircon was okay. The room has a window but the view was the neighborhood at the back of the pension. The pension has wifi but the connection was very poor (and our room was right next to the router). Over-all the room looked, smelled and felt clean. They don't do room service. BATHROOM: It was clean but the sink looked like it was about to fall off of the wall. They have hot and cold shower which was a big plus. They gave us towels but that was it. No other bathroom amenities like shampoo or soap but we don't use hotel/hostel given soap and shampoo anyway so that was okay with us. STAFF: The staff was very accommodating. I think I heard that the owner of this pension was Hagedorn's brother so I guess to not tarnish the image of Hagedorn, you really must have friendly staff. The receptionist (I forgot her name) was always very helpful regarding our breakfast arrangements, especially when we went for the Honda Bay tour and we have to leave the pension at around 6am. They packed up our breakfast ahead of time for us to eat on the way. They also helped us reserve for the Honda Bay tour (Thank you very much for entertaining my Aunt's never-ending questions!). BREAKFAST: I think the breakfast was free (I never asked if it was included in the pay for our stay as I was not the one paying). It was very basic and you only have 2 choices per day, e.g. hotsilog or cornsilog, but the choices changes per day. You can choose whether you want to have coffee or choco drink (Ovaltine). The longganisa they served was sweet but very delicious. AREA: It was close to the airport, the market (where you can buy your pasalubong at lower prices than the airport or other souvenir shops in Puerto Princesa), Baker's Hill, the City Hall, known restaurants like Kinabuch. All of them are just a tricycle ride or a multicab ride away. There is also a convenience store right in front of the pension if you want to buy some snacks for your stay.
Lokasi
29 Roxas Street
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Tentang Akomodasi

Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
2 PM
Waktu check-out:
noon
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FAQ
Di mana alamat Balayong Pension?
Balayong Pension beralamat di 29 Roxas Street
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Balayong Pension?
Waktu untuk check-in di Balayong Pension adalah mulai dari pukul 2 PM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul noon
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Balayong Pension?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Spa

Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Spa
Antar Jemput Bandara
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Antar-jemput ke pelabuhan feri (biaya tambahan)
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Kesehatan & Medis
Spa
Salon
 

Review

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3.5
Dari 3 review
Kebersihan
3.5
Kamar
3.0
Lokasi
5.0
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
3.5
Pasangan
0
Keluarga
2
Wisata sendiri
0
Berlibur dengan teman
0
Bisnis
1
wiLhymL
12 Apr 2017 - Bisnis
Most common place for local tourists which want to spend just a few days for their vacation. A very friendly receptionist. This place serves good breakfast which is part of the accommodation, a tocino/chorizo and an egg. Also with rice and coffee, and water. Has cold/hot shower. A TV with very limited channels. A slow WiFi connection even if the provider is just within the area, also you mobile signal will only be 3G. But when you go outside, maybe go somewhere in Rizal Ave. or to their Baywalk, your signal will go to LTE. They also have laundry service for P45/kg which you can already claim by the following day. But this service is only wash & dry, folding is not that good.
Jhun L
02 Des 2012 - Keluarga
We stayed here last November 9 to 12, 2012, The room was pretty fair and spacious for our family. We are a family of 6 that includes 3 kids with an age ranging from 6 to 3, with my wife and the childrens nanny. The shower room is quite small though, but the hot & cold shower is perfect for my kids. My only, not so nice experience is that, when we had been charged of our Underground River Tour with Balayong Pension my 4 & 3 years old children were charged in full wherein it should be on a 50% discount if I am not mistaken. The hotel is serving breakfast included on the room cost. No restaurant on the hotel, but WIFI is free, which was so convenient for me :) Over-all, our stay is pleasant, and the kids enjoyed our short holiday. The hotel is located near the "bay-bay" or Baywalk where we enjoyed our sumptous dinner on our first and last night in Puerto Princesa
xianora
21 Okt 2012 - Keluarga
We stayed here when we went to Palawan last April 2012. Here are my comments based on what I remember of my experience of my stay here: ROOM: We stayed in two rooms in Balayong, one for 3 persons (my uncle's family wanted a separate room for themselves) and a dorm type room enough for 6 persons. I stayed in the dorm-type room along with 3 other people (my aunt, my mom and my brother). First of all, the room was satisfactory in size but there were only four of us in the room so... The bunk beds were very sturdy but we all wanted to claim the lower bunk. My mom was too slow that she was forced to choose one of the top bunks instead. What she did was get the foam bed from the top deck and placed it on the floor. Second, other than the bunk beds, there was a wooden closet/table in the room, a mirror, a table, two monobloc chairs, TV and aircon. We also have or own bathroom. We don't watch much TV but from what I remember, they don't have cable. The aircon was okay. The room has a window but the view was the neighborhood at the back of the pension. The pension has wifi but the connection was very poor (and our room was right next to the router). Over-all the room looked, smelled and felt clean. They don't do room service. BATHROOM: It was clean but the sink looked like it was about to fall off of the wall. They have hot and cold shower which was a big plus. They gave us towels but that was it. No other bathroom amenities like shampoo or soap but we don't use hotel/hostel given soap and shampoo anyway so that was okay with us. STAFF: The staff was very accommodating. I think I heard that the owner of this pension was Hagedorn's brother so I guess to not tarnish the image of Hagedorn, you really must have friendly staff. The receptionist (I forgot her name) was always very helpful regarding our breakfast arrangements, especially when we went for the Honda Bay tour and we have to leave the pension at around 6am. They packed up our breakfast ahead of time for us to eat on the way. They also helped us reserve for the Honda Bay tour (Thank you very much for entertaining my Aunt's never-ending questions!). BREAKFAST: I think the breakfast was free (I never asked if it was included in the pay for our stay as I was not the one paying). It was very basic and you only have 2 choices per day, e.g. hotsilog or cornsilog, but the choices changes per day. You can choose whether you want to have coffee or choco drink (Ovaltine). The longganisa they served was sweet but very delicious. AREA: It was close to the airport, the market (where you can buy your pasalubong at lower prices than the airport or other souvenir shops in Puerto Princesa), Baker's Hill, the City Hall, known restaurants like Kinabuch. All of them are just a tricycle ride or a multicab ride away. There is also a convenience store right in front of the pension if you want to buy some snacks for your stay.
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