How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews My Hotel Davao
Travel Blogs from Davao
... bridge, rappelling site and some thatch roofed hut decrepit. But the clear water, bouldering rocks and corals which ensure a ceaseless snorkeling offset the flaws. There is no rows of cottage as expected of a typical resort but they have an open air , big house with beds where all the guests sleep. Beddings are provided. You can prepare your own meals as they provide cooking utensils too. Another downside of ...
It all started with an unclear plan to travel to Samal with my classmates in our Biodiversity Class. Our professor recommended us to try the intro-diving (30 feet from the surface). It was that day when I started saving money for the experience. There were a lot of reasons for me not to try the intro-diving but since my parents were very supportive at that time, I grabbed the chance.
... bus station there were red eyes and silent sobbing in the back.
We phoned up Kim's travel insurance company and then I helped to book them some return tickets to NZ online. It was a pretty bad day to find out about it, since it was a public holiday and all. Still we actually managed to score some very cheap tickets and get them back on a very direct route – much more direct that the original route that they had planned for, at the end of January. The ...
... It's owned by a famous artist and every single space on the wall is covered with art and good artwork too. Painting, murals, puzzles, 3D artwork. I would recommend anyone to go there even if they do not stay here just to look at the artwork. The man who owns it is one creative dude. I felt like I was staying in a museum. Nel's sister's decided not to come to Davao for some reason, so I told Nel to invite her friend. So Nel's friends came, but then two ...
Halfway between Davao and General Santos City, after driving an approximately 60 kilometres you will enter Digos, a suburban city that is built on seven hills, it is the capital town of Davao del Sur. This city lies on the eastern shores of the Davao Gulf and has numerous beaches, island resorts and many rivers that meet this sea inlet. It is no wonder that the city's name was derived from the word "pagdigos" meaning "to take a bath" In the city ...