TravelPod Member ReviewsRosvenil Pensione Tacloban
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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