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Ipil Suites El Nido is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Palawan. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. 24-hour front desk, Wi-Fi in public areas, room service, restaurant, tours are on the list of things guests can enjoy. All rooms are designed and decorated to make guests feel right at home, and some rooms come with towels, internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary), non smoking rooms, air conditioning. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. A welcoming atmospher...More details
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Reviewed 11 february, 2020
This place was dope. Cheap beer, hella close to to everything. Offered private and group tours to the beaches. Bed was comfy, breakfast was fire, the coffee hella good and it was cheap. Did I mention cheap beer? Oh yeah staff was awesome too. We had to check in at 1am because of some flight issues and the receptionist waited for us. Place was coo for the price man.
Great location, very clean
Reviewed 10 february, 2020
The hotel has great location and is very clean, cleaned daily. There is water coolers on each floor in the hallway. There is no elevator. Breakfast is very simple, but sufficient. The hotel lacks character, it's a bit more business-like. Reception helped to book tours as well. We stayed for 4 nights and had a very pleasant stay.
Reviewed 18 november, 2019
I’m not one to give bad reviews, but thought this was extraordinarily poor. I’ll start with the negatives: - No towels upon arrival or when room was made up. Both times had to request towels and the ones they gave us were dirty - Could hear everything from the street. Couldn’t sleep - No lock box - No vegetarian options for breakfast (small variety anyways). We ate somewhere else for breakfast every day except first day - Charged us 1000 peso to the airport (10 min journey)... (in perspective, it cost us 1400 pesos for a 6 hour journey from Puerto Princesa to El Nido - Housekeeping spilled our liquid medicine all over the bathroom and left the mess there - Called our room at 11pm (waking us up) prior to 5am airport pick up to confirm we were checking out... - We had booked a double bed, what we got was two single beds pushed together - Didn’t clean our linen at all during our stay There were a few positives: - Had TV reception - Had a generator for when power went out - Good location - Room remained air conditioned & phones able to be charged without use of keycard to power room - Although there was no elevator, staff helped us up and down the stairs with our bags
Many other great choices-stay elsewhere!
Reviewed 9 november, 2019
Stayed for 2 nights November 7/8 and I can honestly say this was our worst hotel experience after a month in Asia. Normally, we have had nothing but hospitality in the Philippines. This was not the case at Ipjl. Checked in—no towels, fine, not a big deal. 4 trips to the desk and a day later, we were finally able to take a shower, I literally had to beg for 2 towels. We showed up during a tropical storm, which was impossible to not get water and mud in our room. Spent 2 days asking for our room to be cleaned— nothing. Staff were rude... even when I brought up my concerns and stated we were checking out early because of our lack of service, they were ignoring us, playing on their phones and did not even attempt to address our issues. You get so much more for the same price in the centre. NOT WORTH THE MONEY!!! Side note, Bulskamp Hotel is lovely, comfortable and accommodating and the same price if you go in person!
Clean and friendly, but no elevator
Reviewed 6 november, 2019
4 night stay, room was cleaned every day, ceiling fan and air conditioned but no rerig..drinking water was available in the hall, nice walking shower, stayed on the 2nd floor, no ocean view, have in-house restaurant, and food was good. standard breakfast provided every morning. stories right outside the hotel, island hoping could be booked at the front desk.