Rosvenil Pensione

Address: P. Burgos Street, Tacloban, Leyte, Visayas, \N, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P. Burgos Street, Tacloban.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRosvenil Pensione Tacloban

Reviewed by 7tck7334

Nice hotel ruined by the staff

Reviewed Jan 15, 2011
by (4 reviews) Cambridge , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

We stayed in the Rosenvil Hotel by recommendations from Trip advisor. However when we arrived the staff could not be bothered to help me, until they had finished their conversation. The room was nice bed, cr, ac and tv all worked well. I had washing done in the hotel and when we collected it and looked at it realised yes it had been washed but it was still very dirty, in fact i had most of it re washed. Overall i didnt enjoy my stay. The staff ruined it for me with there attitude.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Rosvenil Pensione Tacloban

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Tacloban

Visiting Leyte and Typhoon Rebuilding Projects

A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jan 13, 2015

41 photos


The first stop was in the town of Abuyog, the Felix and Dorie de Paz home. The construction work done is of high quality. The homes are built of concrete block. this is a great improvement over the wood structure that cannot withstand the vicious winds of typhoons. When Aaron Dean visited here he helped work on this home while visiting.

The de Paz's lost their home and we built on a new one a few miles away ...

Sharing the Ups and Downs

A travel blog entry by elsat on Sep 19, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... I calmed the kids down by turning the movie back on, and yet again I spread all the books out to dry. I threw away at least 30 books, that were clearly beyond repair. The rest I left in the center overnight hoping some ping of sunlight would dry up the wilted pages.

I left the center around 4 pm, in between rain showers and wind gusts. Leaving before dark so the kids could get home safely and not be stranded in the center.


What's your name?

A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers on Jul 02, 2014

1 comment

... applied to work with the disaster response team working in the Philippines following the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda. This ferocious typhoon hit the Philippines in November, destroying anything in its path. It is one of the strongest typhoons on record and the subsequent storm surge caused unimaginable devastation to an already poor region. It is still unknown how many people died in the disaster though it is said by locals that 10,000 lives were claimed.

All Hands Project Leyte Typhoon Relief - part IV

A travel blog entry by grizzly on May 11, 2014

106 photos

... air-con rooms or head out of town. Two Sunday's in a row I went hiking - first up a mountain in Sto. Nino and the second time up a mountain in Samar. It was not exactly THE mountain we were aiming for but it was A mountain. Both of the hikes were exhilarating as it involved lots bushwhacking, going up and down steep rocky mountain sides, and dealing with spiky and thorny plants. Both times the journey ...

All Hands Project Leyte Typhoon Relief - part II

A travel blog entry by grizzly on Apr 06, 2014

87 photos

... houses around the destroyed property. The government has instituted a no-built zone 40 meters from the sea but many people just ignore that mandate as this is the only place they have now. We still have not found a clear answer how the government assess typhoon victims and who get to relocate into a permanent and eventually new home.


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