Alpa City Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlpa City Suites Mandaue
I really loved alpa suites on how they treated guest. It seems I checked in a five star hotel. Rooms facilities is best and breakfast is tasty. Buffet breakfast food choices are not that much but, it really the best.
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Well, it's Friday, we nearly (one short boat journey left) , and we will have reached Malapascua island, after a pretty long journey!!
So i left you where we had set sail, , trying to get some sleep in the arctic temperatures in the dorm. Surely nobody can be comfy with it this cold? So Miss K decides to do a bit of an alteration to the A/C unit when no one is looking, and turns it off !! Bravo, after that it was bearable , until the ...
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