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We stayed here from Dec. 30 until Jan. 6, 2017.
I booked it online since it is cheaper that way. For example, the room with Queen size bed is priced at 480 pesos online but if you book directly at the hotel it is 675...More
Bed was comfortable, good tv and a/c, good hot water. BDO bank across the street. Very inexpensive for what you get. Only disadvantage is rooms are small but no big deal. Only mystery is why its called 67th blvd hotel, there is no 67th blvd...More
Out of all the hotels I have been to in Ozamiz so far, this was the best value, cleanest, most modern and had the most pleasant smelling room. This is despite the room being the smallest. It also had the most comfortable bed and the...More
This is the best priced hotel in Ozamiz City. The room and bathroom are clean and the food is good for the price we have to pay. The only problem is this hotel don't have elevator so it's not senior citizen and PWD friendly.
The receptionist is very friendly and accommodating. They gave us an upgrade because the room we booked in agoda has been occupied already. The rooms are clean and very affordable. No breakfast included. The hotel experienced brownouts. No hot and cold option for their shower,...More
US$10 - US$13 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"Request first floor rooms - no views on upper floors and stairs are steep and narrow; no elevator."