Costabella Tropical Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCostabella Tropical Beach Hotel Mactan Island
The hotel was very nice, not too crowded when we were there. The staff were very friendly, the food at both the restaurants was excellent, and the little beach was lovely. For a reasonably-priced stay, this place was great!
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... also check the room upon check out. The room has limited space because of two chairs and a table. The bed is a bit high so it is not advisable for those who have little kids.
It is a five minutes walk to the mall. It is also few minutes walk to Manang Fe BBQ, a cheap but delicious restaurant offering grilled chicken parts and rice cooked in coconut leaves called "puso". On the ground floor is the hotel lobby and a pizza store. On the left ...
... beds and one of them has our names on! we collect our towels and jump on the bed, not for long haha, as it is roasting! We cover the blue water proof material with our towels this time, before trying them out, ahhh, that's better!!!!!!!
In this heat, the pool looks so inviting, so we head in. Teresa is in first and I then dive in, it is freezing, ok, it's not freezing but it is certainly cooler than what I expected! There are only ...
... seen in Brazil with the multi level (steps) at the main altar. Interesting little subtleties.
We passed by the Fort, and I was a little afraid we would miss it, but our driver reassured me that we would be stopping by there too, just a little later. A few minutes later, we arrived at the Heritage of Cebu Memorial which showcases the important and symbolic events in the history of Cebu. The monument is the work of Filipino ...
We jumped on the boat around 6pm after talking to an English couple who were traveling the Philippines for a month and then moving to Australia for a year. Ken, Larissa and myself wondered out to the ships deck in the pitch black. I looked up at the stars and was transported to the memories of my childhood, sitting outside in the garden with my sister and parents looking for shooting stars. Normally, getting very excited when the rare falling rocks rushed across the sky. It ...
... is the Philippines. The locally issued birth certificate issued by the registrar is not adequate, a trawl around looking for the National Statistics Office, then confirming online that there is no longer an office here in Cebu, meant that we wasted nearly 3 hours riding around, only to come home and do it all online. I had to go back to Lesson One 'Never think things are ...