Kukuks Nest Garden Restaurant And Pension House

Address: 157 Gorordo Avenue, Cebu City, Cebu, Visayas, 6000, Philippines | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKukuks Nest Garden Restaurant And Pension House Cebu City

Reviewed by hallaontour

Disgusting!

Reviewed Jan 3, 2012
by (9 reviews) Earlston , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Not sure that the Lonely Planet were playing at, making this their "Top Pick" but Kukuk's Nest is absolutely vile.

It's cheap - yes, but there is much better accommodation available for less in Cebu.

The rooms are dark - probably for the best as they are completely filthy and infested. No mosquito nets, insects everywhere, rat infestation (one of the little gits chewed a hole through my backpack!), sheets are dirty and have holes chewed in them. The shared bathroom is filthy and falling apart, oh, and there's no running water in the mornings either. And the wifi doesn't work either (although admittedly the other problems took my mind off the lack of wifi)

For an experience like this I'd expect to pay 100 pesos per night, not 400. It's an absolute joke. My skin's crawling just thinking about the place. There are plenty of other options out there, much nicer and cheaper also. Do yourself a favour and stay far far away from this sh1thole. ...

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