GV Hotel Ozamiz

No centro histórico, GV Hotel Ozamiz em Ozamiz fica a 5 minutos de caminhada de Cotta Fort e de Mercado Público da Cidade de Ozamiz. Este hotel fica a 0,5 km de Porto de Ozamiz e a 1,4 km de Prospera Park.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 62 quartos com ar-condicionado. O Wi-Fi de cortesia mantém vo...

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Quarto duplo standard

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

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Max. 2 adults and 1 child

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

No centro histórico, GV Hotel Ozamiz em Ozamiz fica a 5 minutos de caminhada de Cotta Fort e de Mercado Público da Cidade de Ozamiz. Este hotel fica a 0,5 km de Porto de Ozamiz e a 1,4 km de Prospera Park.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 62 quartos com ar-condicionado. O Wi-Fi de cortesia mantém você conectado e há programas a cabo para sua diversão. Banheiros possuem chuveiros e secadores de cabelo.GV Hotel Ozamiz conta com uma lanchonete/delicatessen onde os hóspedes pode saborear uma refeição.As distâncias são apresentadas em números inteiros. Cotta Fort - 0,3 km Mercado Público da Cidade ...

Port Road - Ozamiz, Misamis Occidental - Philippines - 7200

Property Amenities

Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

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kadiri

Reviewed 31 july, 2017

bathroom is very dirty the TV has 3 channels only. room attendant didn't give you attention into your complains even hot water you need to pay. the room smells not so good try to be there twice and very disappointed.

krizzeryeth

Basic Room

Reviewed 19 may, 2017

This is a very basic hotel room. If you can handle a room that feels like military barracks, cold shower with aircon, then this will work for you. Rooms meet the basic needs, but nothing more. Location and price are good.

txhcmtg

My one night stay

Reviewed 26 december, 2016

I do not like GV Hotel, I went to Ozamiz City for onw month and stayed in GV Hotel one night with my fiancé there at the hotel, I do not like it because they have tile flooring not carpeted flooring and when you bathe you have to bathe from a bucket not a bathtub. I will not stay in GV Hotel my next visit to Ozamiz city.

dhovis86

Could be a lot better

Reviewed 4 march, 2015

I understand taht it is a super-budget hotel but I expected it to be a little bit cleaner. Good thing we stayed for like 10 hours only. Every thing could be improved: front desk clerk, lighting, bathroom, and the like. But since room rate was really cheap (less than a thousand), it was worth the price.

Cathybolodo

Barren comfort in the "dirty city"

Reviewed 16 december, 2014

The GV hotel is very near to the pier, walking distance. This is one of the biggest advantages of this hotel. With the free early check in for boat travelers (starting 6 am pending availability) it is a good choice for anyone arriving by boat. The GV logo anywhere in the Philippines stands for pretty barren, simple and clean lodging at a competitive rate and this hotel also fits that description. The rooms are simple and a bit barren. That having said, there is nothing really wrong about it also, and it is very affordable with rates around 600 php. If you book ahead you can pay by credit card online, in the hotel only with cash. The hotel is walking distance from Gaisano mall and through the main street it is easy to reach any place in the city center. There is a free wifi that is working flawlessly in the hotel lobby, where there are some tables to sit. A bit about the surroundings. Ozamiz has the dubious reputation of having been elected the dirtiest city (from Mindanao? from Philippines?, not sure, based on anecdotes from inhabitants) some years ago and although it has improved it still has a lot of street garbage and dust. This sensation also might be related to the colour of the soil in the area, which is grey and black. Not so far is also the "black beach" named after the dark sand. Ozamis is nice in daytime but always somewhat dusty and chaotic to the eye with the many motorcycles, tricycles and pedicabs. I found people friendly, even though there are more beggars and people living on the edge of poverty visible in the streets here than in some other places in Philippines I visited. At night it becomes somewhat gloomy, most establishments close early, and the ones still open are some 24hour fastfoods and a limited nightlife. Although I never had any trouble there, still the streets at night look slightly unsafe and dark, and I havent seen much patrols or safety personnel around at night.

347JamesR