Crown Regency Hotel & Towers Cebu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrown Regency Hotel & Towers Cebu Cebu City
We saved almost 50% bec of the group package for groups of ten
Price: 5500 php or 120 usd for 10pax inclusive of entrance, sky walk and edge coaster.
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... we went directly to the airport and waited for our flight.
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