Monday, October 23, 2017

Negros Occidental's Sweet Surprises

The "Land of Sweet Surprises" draws its sweet surprises not just from endless fields of sugar canes which it is very well known for but also from Sipalay: The Jewel of Sugar Island, booming Bacolod and historic Talisay. My visit to those places made up my sweet surprise discoveries to the province of Negros Occidental as part of my summertime adventure. Its sweetness doesn't just lays on its yearly sugar produce nor in sugar glazed Napoleones, but also extends to its people and hidden gem places worthy to be surprised. Sweet discoveries indeed for Summer and for my birthday trip!

My birthday trip 2013 was late in celebration already as my birth month is March. Yet due to schedule conflicts at work, I had it moved a month later (April). Though I’m disappointed that it was first time in 5 years that I will celebrate it a month later, it was nonetheless still in summer season – the best season to travel around Philippines. And I’m still in the mood for a summer travel.

Negros Occidental's Sweet Surprises.
So despite of many mishaps, when a thing is destine to happen, it will really happen! So I pushed through with this trip to Negros Occidental on an early morning flight alone! My travel buddies for this birthday trip were my close friends from work but they’re on another airline, because of the late schedule announcement at work, caused them not to get the same flight I had to Bacolod. Fast forward, after an hour flight to the “The City of Smiles”, I landed in Bacolod! It was first time here and my impression of the airport was good, modern, new, clean and functional.

I’m happy to locate my travel buddies who were earlier than 10 minutes in arrival with my flight. We went ahead to taxi services going out of Silay (where the airport is located) to Bacolod downtown, specifically to South Bound Ceres Bus Terminal to proceed to our first destination in the province – Sipalay. Travel time is 45 minutes from Silay to South Bound Ceres Bus Terminal.
 
First glimpse of "Land of Sweer Surprises"
South-bound Terminal of Ceres Bus Liner.
Negros Occidental is one of the provinces of Western Visayas region. It occupies the northwestern half of Negros Island. Popularly known as the “Sugarbowl of the Philippines” because of its numerous sugar cane farms and sugar produce where half of the nation’s sugar produce comes from, the province capital is Bacolod. The main dialect spoken here is Hiligaynon or Ilonggo for others which made me feel at home as I understand and speak few Ilonggo.

Sipalay: The Jewel of Sugar Island.

Sipalay is 5 hours away from Negros Occidental’s capital – Bacolod. It is located in the southern area of Panay Island which is popular for its pristine beaches, diving activities and resorts. This is also the reason why Sipalay became a city already and a center of tourism destination in Negros Occidental. Our contact in Sipalay was tricycle driver slash Sipalay tour guide Kuya Dado Peralta (0921-7865615) who toured us to the rich places of interests in Sipalay.

The end part of Matlag Cave.
Matlag Cave is an underground cave with a small opening near a national highway over a private property. Inside the cave is long walkthrough over numerous stalagtites and stalagmites that ends in a small pond water source that rises when high tide. It takes only 10 minutes to explore the cave.

Tinagong Dagat means hidden beach. It is a private resort harbored by hill-like islets with waters that exit out to the open sea. The hill islands are connected by bamboo-made bridges so you can explore the islands easily and explore what to see in its various viewpoints.


Panoramic view of Tinagong Dagat.
Stunning views from Tinagong Dagat.
It is has budget friendly accommodation (actually cheaper than our original accommodation in Sipalay) for visitors who want to stay overnight at the resort. The main highlight of Tinagong Dagat visit is the trek to one of the highest hill of the islets to centrally see a panoramic view of Tinagong Dagat. The view is not just beautiful or stunning but it was a perfect sweet surprise view of Sipalay.

Campoquino Bay can be seen on the viewpoint after a 20 minute trek/hike on a hill of the Campoquino Bay Beach Resort. The viewpoint also lets you see the coastal side city of Sipalay. To reach Campoquino Bay, we were alighted to Campoquino Bay Beach Resort which by the way is another accommodation option for Sipalay visitors. Visitor comes here not mainly for the beach but for the view point of Campoquino Bay as the view was postcard-perfect scenery of Sipalay as “The Jewel of Sugar Island”. I agree as the beach here is not impressive.

Campoquino Bay from the hilltop view point.
Punta Ballo Beach also known as White Beach is a long stretch of cream white sand beach beach with many resorts to stay on. Resorts here were also offering diving activities as the waters beyond Punta Ballo Beach is rich in marine life like colorful corals and fishes. The beach is not that impressive but has a cream colored fine sand perfect for sweet summer vacation.

Punta Ballo Beach.
Sipalay Public Beach was our next destination. It is a public beach in Sipalay Boulevard that can be visited for a perfect afternoon bonding and sunset watching. The public beach is a long stretch of creamy brown sand that has the picturesque view of Sipalay hill islands on its both sides. Near the beach are eateries for visitors who want to have dinner by the beach.

Sipalay public beach is the best site to watch sunset.
Negros Occidental's sweet sunset!
The last leg of the tour of Sipalay was supposedly Sugar Beach. But due to time constraint, we visit it the following morning. Sugar Beach is a kilometer long stretch of cream brown sugar-like beach sand hence why it got its name. The sand of the beach makes it popular and thus becomes one of the attractions in the city. Sugar Beach can be reach either by trek/walk or short boat ride from a river bank. It is 45 minutes away from city proper.

Sugar Beach.
The travel buddies with Kuya Dado, our guide/tryk driver in Sipalay.
Perth Paradise Resort, our accommodation in Sipalay is nonetheless a destination itself. The moment I saw the beautiful photos of this resort in Jepepips’ blog, I knew already I wanted to stay in this resort! The stunning view of Sipalay islets from its infinity pool makes it a must destination to visit. You will never run out Instagram-worthy pictures and travel photos in this resort. The view was superbly stunning! You will never get tired of taking pictures in all angles! And you will never get tired of swimming in its infinity pool because of the unique and unforgettable view. I could swim in its pool forever!

Perth Paradise Resort's sweet surprise!
Every summer should be like this...
Rooftop view from Perth Paradise Resort's airconditioned room.
That’s why I never bother staying overnight in this resort despite its pricey accommodation. We could have stayed in a cheaper inn at downtown Sipalay as our guide suggested. But we still opted to stay here mainly because the view from the resort was not just worth it but something I never experience before. Plus its my birthday trip, so I deserve some pampering, you know. During our stay, we were the only guests in the resort! So it seems we got the resort by ourselves and I felt a very private stay at Perth Paradise Resort. The resort has its own store and you can ask them to cook for you for your food as restaurants, eateries and stores are far from the resort. The resort also has a view deck roof top balcony above its aircondition rooms, which has a greater view of the islets of Sipalay. Jepepips’ blog was my entire travel guide for this Sipalay trip. Thank you, man. Read his blog at Donde si Jepepips.

Booming Bacolod.

We return to Bacolod after our tour of Sipalay. Being the capital of the province of Negros Occidental, Bacolod is a booming urban city in Visayas region. It is the province’s center of commerce, business, academics, seat of government, trade and transportation hub. Yet, it is also a bustling tourism destination of its own – especially during Masskara Festival held every October.

Bacolod City is like Metro Manila with all the busy streets, vehicles, crowded and pollution (which I prayed the city will work on soon and ASAP!) minus the urban jungle of skyscraper buildings. But nonetheless, it has simple charm of its own. I think the sweet and polite Ilonggos is one of its simple charms.

The authentic Chicken Inasal at Aida's Chicken!
When in Bacolod, you shouldn’t miss the famed Chicken Inasal! It is probably the “national dish” of Bacolod and if not, the whole province of Negros Occidental! Chicken Inasal before its crawl it’s famed to Metro Manila, is already a common dish in Bacolod and the whole province of Negros Occidental. The dish is a roasted chicken marinated in special mixed of spice, vinegar, annatto and lime grilled over hot coals. It is one of my favorite Filipino dishes as well because the roasted chicken is richly flavored in mixed spices and best eaten with rice. And the best place to try this dish in Bacolod is at Aida’s Chicken in Manokan Country which is always crowded with visitors all the time for its big serving of Chicken Inasal.

Birthday night in Bacolod's C's Cafe.
Our first night in Bacolod is not complete without a plate dessert after a sumptuous dinner of Chicken Inasal.  The perfect place for sampling the sweets of Bacolod is C’s Café of L’s Fisher Hotel. This was also the perfect time to celebrate my birthday in Bacolod. I was caught in surprise when my friends ordered a slice of chocolate decadence birthday cake for me! I was touched by the surprise but it was thankful night in Bacolod ended with great laugh and stories with my best friends who are also my best travel buddies. Don’t forget to visit C’s Café whenever in Bacolod for their sweet surprises of coffees, chocolates and cakes.

San Sebastian Cathedral - one of the famous landmarks of Bacolod.
The following morning we went to San Sebastian Cathedral. The church is a 19th century landmark in Bacolod and the seat of Roman Catholic Diocese of Bacolod. I went inside the church to make a thankful birthday prayer. After that, we explore the amazing century old structure of the church which was stunningly tall and massive front facade. But the main interior of San Sebastian was also equally stunning and beautifully made.

Historic Talisay.

We made our way to Talisay City after a quick roam in Bacolod. Talisay is a 4th class city of Negros Occidental and located north of Bacolod. We travelled here to see what I think is the famous landmark of the province – The Ruins. Lacson Mansion or commonly known now as The Ruins because of its present state as a ruin structure is an ancestral home mansion of wealthy sugar baron Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson. Don Lacson built it early 1900s for his wife Maria Braga Lacson which later earned a monicker as The Taj Mahal of Negros because of its history likened to Taj Mahal of India. It became a ruin as it is today because it was burnt by the Americans during World War II believing it will be used by the Japanese forces as a base. But today, it was preserve by the private ownership of Lacson family as a tourism destination in Silay.

The Ruins at night.
History buffs will find The Ruins interesting because of its rich background. But if you’re not, you’ll still find it interesting. The Italian inspired architecture of the mansion will surely never run out of photos in all angles from travel photography geeks like me. Those who love photoshoots, I doubt if you wouldn’t like the Instragram-worthy pics of The Ruins. The garden and the fountain at its front, simply adds to its timeless beauty. I personally appreciate the ruin building and its architecture as a whole because it wasn’t simply about its part of the history of Talisay or Negros Occidental but it’s also about appreciation of beauty from a ruin old mansion that is supposedly ugly, abandoned or almost into forgotten thing.  

The Ruins can be visited at day and at night which we both did. The Ruins at night is a picture of classic beauty, romanticism and intimacy with all its interiors and surroundings beautifully lit. The Ruins at day is a picture of vivid gorgeousness for its clear details of the structures remain. You decide! I’m having a hard time which is which the best time to visit The Ruins. Whether night or day, The Ruins never failed to mesmerized me.

The Ruins at day.
Don't forget to bring home Napoleones!
Asta sa liwat, Negros Occidental!
Negros Occidental made my summer trip tagged along my birthday trip extra sweet with its sights, food and places worth exploring! It never runs out of sweet discoveries, indeed – Land of Sweet Surprises. Until to the last much of Napoleones that I bought home, I will never forget those sweet surprises.


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*Bacolod-Silay Airport to Bacolod. Travel time is 30-40 minutes. Shuttle taxi is PHP150 for group of 3 person.

*How to reach Sipalay. Sipalay is 5 hours away from Bacolod. It can be reach by taking bus Ceres Liner at South Bus Terminal. Note, there are 2 bus terminal in Bacolod. The other one is North Bus Terminal. Sipalay is located south of the province, therefore buses bound there were at South Bus Terminal. Fare is PHP209 on non-air conditioned bus and PHP238 for air conditioned bus per person as of March 2016.

*Sipalay Tour. My guide contact in Sipalay is Kuya Dado Peralta. He normally doesn't say his price for the whole tour but I gave him PHP1,000 for the whole trip as he also fetched us during our arrival and departure in Sipalay. He is kind, polite and works as a tricycle driver when he has no tour clients. He uses his tricycle for Sipalay Tours. It can accommodate 4 person. Contact number - 0921-7865615.

*Entrance Fees. Some of the places of interests in Sipalay Tour has entrance fees.The following fee is per person: Matlag Cave - PHP30.00. Tinagong Dagat - PHP30.00. Campoquino Bay - PHP30.00. Sugar Beach - PHP300 (entrance fee and boat transfer included).

*How to reach The Ruins. Ride a jeepney with a signboard Bata. Get off at Pepsi Bottling Plant or tell the driver to alight you tricycle terminal to The Ruins. Travel time is 15-20 minutes. Fare is PHP8.00 per person. Tricycle terminal to The Ruins can be easily seen across the bottling plant and has a recognizable signage. Ride a tricycle bound for The Ruins. Fare is PHP40.00 per way. Travel time is 15 minutes. Entrance is PHP95.00 per person. Students have discounts just present your ID.
 
Negros Occidental's Sweet Surprise is my Summer 2016 travel trip and my Birthday Trip 2016 that happened last April 14-16, 2016.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Puerto Princesa Accommodation: Victoria Guest House and Cottages

Victoria Guest House and Cottages offers some of the most affordable and budget friendly accommodation when in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Very near the old Puerto Princesa Airport, it is just 10 minutes travel away. It is also near the down town area of Puerto Princesa. Though it’s not near in any convenience store or merchandise shops, there are sari-sari stores around the corner. And it is very accessible to the main road so fetching a tricycle to your destination is not hard to do.

Entrance to Victoria Guest House and Cottages.
Signage that you're right at the hotel already!
 We had a welcome drinks upon our arrival at the hotel which was a nice welcome. Their lobby or waiting area is open air style living room with wooden furniture.  Their room charging is PHP 350 per person per day on all their rooms with inclusion of free breakfast. Rooms rates for are affordable for my budget range. The rooms are wide, spacious and clean including the bathrooms. They offer from single, double, quad to family room sharing. The rooms are styled in nipa hut separated from one room to another. I think it was styled that way for the guests feel the authentic vacation Pinoy style in Palawan. It feels very Filipino themed accommodation!

And they also offer, tour packages around Puerto Princesa including a tour of Puerto Princesa Underground River in Sabang. During our stay, we availed the latter and the following tour packages – City tour of Puerto Princesa, Iwahig River and Firefly Night tour and Honda Bay island hopping. All packages are inclusive of meals, guide and to and from the sight transportation. Charging is per person rate. Their rate is standardized just like the rest of tour operators and hotel that offers the same tour packages of Puerto Princesa.

Lobby/reception area for guests.
We have free breakfast in our entire duration in Victoria Guest House and Cottages. All of our meals are satisfying plus what I like added bonus for our tour packages with meals prepared by the hotel was “free dessert” in our lunch and dinner meals and breakfast as well if I remember. We always had “sweetened saging na saba” as our dessert to which I do not complain at all since this type of banana is one of my favorite Filipino dessert.

Regarding to the staffs, they are generally friendly and warm as well as the tour guides provided to us during our tours in Puerto Princesa who does this job as a sideline amidst they are still at school. What I also like in this hotel is that they answer immediately to queries and transactions via their Facebook Messenger. One staff, Ms. Michelle whom I transacted prior and during our trip to Puerto Princesa was very accommodating. She even helped me secure a slot for Underground River Tour for our group in the city office because of our late reservation for the tour we had to do a standby. Advance reservation is required for tours to Puerto Princesa Underground River especially during peak season like summer which was our travel date and the city office limits only the visitors to the underground river for like 200 to 500 visitors only per day to preserve its environment. But with the help and skills of Ms. Michelle we were able to get a slot for the underground river tour amidst the peak season of summer! Kudos to that! But the rest of the staffs even their drivers and cooks, all of them are warm, friendly and smiling all the time to the guests.   

Our breakfast on our first day in Puerto Princesa.
Dining area with food serve from the hotel's kitchen.
Balcony of our family room.
One of the beds inside our family room.
This the family room we stayed at Victoria Guest House and Cottages.
The surrounding area of the hotel.
Victoria Guest House and Cottages is highly recommended for budget and short stays in Puerto Princesa City. Their complete offerings of tours around the city satisfying, safe and authority accredited. They also offer tours to El Nido as well which I bet is also affordable and budget friendly to visitors. They also provide free roundtrip land transfers to and from the airport, so this is definitely a plus for visitors who will stay here and wants to enjoy the beauty of Puerto Princesa.


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Victoria Guest House and Cottages
Wescom Road, Barangay San Pedro, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines
Contact Number: (048) 433 8054
Website: http://victoriaguesthousecottagespalawan.blogspot.com/

Monday, October 09, 2017

Baguio Accommodation: Hotel 45

Hotel 45 became my unofficial accommodation whenever I visit Baguio because I stayed here for my last 3 visit to Baguio starting from 2013 to 2015. My first visit was in February 2013 where I travelled with friends. I have known about this hotel thru my friend I travelled with on my first stay here for he has stayed here before. What I like about Hotel 45 was its proximity to all establishments. It is just 10 minutes away from Victory Liner Baguio Terminal. It is just behind SM Baguio – actually walking distance and just across the main road. It also on an accessible highway where I you can catch taxis and jeepney that will take you other places in Baguio. It is also near Baguio Cathedral (5 minute walk) and the famed commercial street of Session Road (10 minute walk). Having mentioned this, Hotel 45 is an ideal accommodation to stay in Baguio.

The hotel building from Hotel 45 website. Front is the annex building while the back building is the main building.
Hotel 45 is a 3 star hotel so don’t expect much on its amenities, building and other services. It is very much catered to budget travelers to Baguio. Their amenities works in favor of my travel plans because I am mostly into budget travel. Hotel 45 has free breakfast packages on all their room rates. But don’t expect much on the free breakfast meal. It is just a freebie from the room packages which consists of a choice of one breakfast viand, egg, rice and a 3-in-one coffee. But that breakfast package is so helpful already for budget travelers who don’t want to skip breakfast in their travel trips.

I find Hotel 45’s cheaper rates very suitable for budget travelers to Baguio. Whether travelling with friends or family, you’ll find their room rates very affordable. During my December 2014 and March 2015 visit, I was able to stay there with work colleagues and friends. And our share was quite budgeted enough for our room accommodation in Hotel 45. On those two occasions, we stayed at the annex building of Hotel 45 which is just in front of the original hotel building. The annex building was newer thus; rooms and other amenities are newer as well.

Triple sharing room during my February 2013 visit.
Triple sharing accommodation of Hotel 45.
Staffs are generally friendly but needs more training or seminar in customer services as they could have been more accommodating than what they are. But most of them are helpful to guests especially when asking for directions going in and out of the city. Doing walk-in to the hotel is fine as long as it is not fully booked. They accommodate guests right away as long as there's a vacant room which happened twice on my visit there last December 2014 and March 2015. I haven't tried booking thru their website or email but if you want to make an advance reservation better call them once you arrive in the city as it tends to get fully book during peak season period.

Amenities are just basic mid-range 2 to 3 star accommodation. Rooms are clean and well-maintained. No air-conditioned in rooms and no needed – you’re Baguio, remember.  But if you insists, they have airconditioned rooms to offer. 
 
Our family room accommodation during my March 2015 visit.
Hotel 45 is recommended for those who are on a budget trip to Baguio. The hotel has cheaper room rates and very much near to important establishments in the city – SM Baguio across the annex building is a major plus. If you are after a budget-friendly accommodation and don’t expect much in amenities for a short time stay in Baguio, I highly recommend Hotel 45. But if you value much the accommodation and wanting to experience high-end hotel amenities then I suggest you to skip to this accommodation in Baguio. 


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Hotel 45
Bagong Bayan St., Brgy. Salud Mitra, Baguio City
Main Hotel -Landline: 446-6306 or 422-3821. Cell Phone: 0917-700-8805 
Extension Hotel -Lanline: 442-3460. Cell Phone: 0917-588-2759
Email: hotel45new@gmail.com  
Website: Hotel 45

Friday, October 06, 2017

Sagada Accommodation: George Guest House

I don’t have any prior research reviews about George Guest House prior to my trip to Sagada, Mountain Province. So I don’t have much background on this accommodation and I will base reviews on my 3 days and 2 night stay in the inn in my 2012 visit. Plus it is also arranged with the tour operator I had for Sagada trip.

George Guest House is centrally located in the town of Sagada so it is very much near to every establishment around Sagada like the restaurants, other inns and shops. You easily indentify the inn because of its towering height in the center of the town so it is easily located, if you’re lost (which I doubt) in the town of Sagada.

George Guest House main building.
The main building of George Guest House. There is an annex building now.
To my surprise, we were given a spacious room good for 4 people when we are only two! There were 3 beds just for the 2 of us, my friend. Although the room was budget type, it was surprisingly spacious, pleasant and clean. No need for aircon rooms since the air of Mountain Province is cool and can be very cold at times! Our room is also near the hall that leads to the balcony terrace of our floor. It has the back view of George Guest House which is a beautiful but contrasting view of the surrounding houses of Sagada town. The view is a relaxing one especially in the morning when you wake up and this view of Sagada is what you will see in the morning.

Welcome to George Guest House!
Spoiled room amenities for an inn!
Our fan room in Sagada.
Mini TV was nice and the clean furniture was just right for backpacker visitors.
I also like the spacious halls of the floors of George Guest House because they have dedicated living room spaces where you can sit on the sofas of the inn or eat in their tables. Wi-fi is available but only at the ground floor and reception area of the inn. The inn also provides food-on-order in case you want to eat within the inn and mostly mid-range prices (you have to understand that some food resources like process ones in Mountain Province is being import all the way down from the valley) but still affordable.

My entire duration of stay at George Guest House was a pleasant one. Staffs are also friendly and helpful plus rooms are affordable for budget travelers to Sagada. I also learned that they have an annex building now - it means they're growing and expanding so more tourist in Mountain Province. I highly recommend them especially because of their proximity to eateries, shops and other establishments.

Living room area of 3rd floor.
Sorry wi-fi is only available at the ground lobby not on the upper floors.
Perfect Sagada view from the 3rd floor balcony.
George Guest House is easily located within Sagada town.

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George Guest House
Sagada, Mountain Province
Contact: Main Building - (63) 918-548-0406 / (63) 920-948-3133 (Look for Dora). Annex Building - (63) 920-607-0994 / (63) 939-902-0996 (Look for Irenuis)

Monday, October 02, 2017

Concepcion Accommodation: Garilva Jun Bee Recreation Center

Jun Bee Garilva Reacreation Center is one of the main accommodation/inn when you stay in Concepcion, Iloilo. I learned about this accommodation in Concepcion thru Happy Sole and started contacting them for our stay in Concepcion. They also provide contacts for boatmen who render island hopping services to the island barrangay of Concepcion. As you know, Concepcion is not just mainland Panay but half of it is 16 islands towards Visayan Sea.

Jun Bee Garilva Recreation Center
Concepcion is 3 hours away from Iloilo City. After a long bus trip, we alighted at Concepcion Public Plaza which Hotel Junbee is just 10 minute walking distsnce. But since we have bags, we rode a pedicab to the inn. Hotel Junbee is a three floor hotel which faces the shores of Concepcion Bay. It has a view deck for its visitors to appreciate the sea and the bay, where one can already see the islands of Concepcion from the distance. The accommodation is owned by Mr. Jun Garilva and Mrs. Rubenie Garilva who warmly welcome us at the inn’s entrance.

Hotel Jun Bee as it is also known for is a family owned accommodation. They are a well-known inn in Concepcion which partly because the owner, Mr. Garilva is a local councilor of Concepcion at that time. During my stay, me and my party only opted to choose a fan room good for 4 person. Actually, if you have extra money to spare they also have aircon room amenities (we were just on budget at that time because we came from Guimaras before our Concepcion trip). Both types of rooms are comfy and affordable. Our fan room was comfortable though the cushion beds are thin but understandable due to the type of room we acquired.

Our fan room stay Room 3-C
Budget beds in fan room accommodation.
Welcome to Concepcion!
Hotel Jun Bee as we docked after our island hopping tour of Concepcion islands.
Hotel Jun Bee from the shore side.
They also offer home cook meals to order at their kitchen and prices are affordable for budget travelers. Hot and cold water is free, just ask them. They have a 24/7 roving guard and staffs for security and the inn is generally in safe surroundings. But just like any other provincial towns in the country, the towns’ business closes as early as 7pm.

What I like about Hotel Jun Bee was their connection for accredited boatmen to tour their visitors to the islands of Concepcion. Prior to our arrival, our island hopping tour to Concepcion islands were already arranged by Hotel Jun Bee. So on our stay there, we didn’t have any problem anymore for our tour to the islands and our budget is already planned.

The pool of Hotel Jun Bee.
Surrounding facades of Garilva Jun Bee Recreation Center.
Surrounding facades of Garilva Jun Bee Recreation Center.
Surrounding facades of Garilva Jun Bee Recreation Center.
Surrounding facades of Garilva Jun Bee Recreation Center.
The central area of the inn with a slide going to the pool.
Our general stay at Jun Bee Garilva Reacreation Center is pleasant and affordable. If there would be any cons that would only be guest are not allowed to use the pool when you’re check-in in fan room accommodation. I also hope they do provide free breakfast packages to guests in the future. But nonetheless, Hotel Junbee is a highly recommended accommodation for visitors of Concepcion and to anyone who wants to experience its hidden gems.


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Jun Bee Garilva Recreation Center
D. B. Onate Street, Concepcion, Iloilo
Contact No: Rubenie Garilva – 09209021681
Facebook Page - Hotel Jun Bee
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