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

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Travel Blogs from Tacloban

From Project Leyte Response to Rebuild

A travel blog entry by grizzly on Mar 01, 2015

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... from Leyte Disaster Response into Leyte Typhoon Rebuild.

My favorite job was mixing cement, followed by pouring cement columns for 83 C core homes. I liked working in the community as it gave me a chance to get to know the future home owners, some of the sari-sari store owners, the dogs, the kids and ...

Ahead of the Pope / Leria's / MacArthur Memorial

A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jan 12, 2015

31 photos

... of Tacloban. LifeNets provided solar panels for some so that they could have at least some power during the extended outage. In all LifeNets/GW rebuilt six homes and reroofed five. The Leria family consists of Nikanor and Nelda, husband and wife along with children Ian (who is working on LifeNets rebuilding), Berna, Nika and Nicole. Beautiful family.

We ...

Lots of Changes

A travel blog entry by elsat on Oct 28, 2014

9 photos

... a community event.

Second the window grills were completed, finally making the center more safe for the children.

Next the second floor was tiled, so we can more easily keep the center clean finally! And then a new door was installed, though the original doors survived the typhoon, they were still on their last leg and not exactly keeping the center secure.

Lastly, the stairs were tiled and ...

Back in The Swing of Things

A travel blog entry by elsat on Aug 20, 2014

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... the families in the tent cities who used to live within 40 meters of the coastline.

As I played with the children and watched them interact, I couldn't help but imagine the incredible challenges they have faced in their lifetime, not to mention those they have faced both before the typhoon and those that are yet to come.

International Aid is beginning to pull out as organizations are running out of funding, or not seeing ...

What's your name?

A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers on Jul 02, 2014

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... around Manila, I found frozen yoghurt which was amazing and waddled around the old walled city of Intramurous. I even treated myself to a hotel room the evening before my flight and lazed about watching TV and eating fruit. One negative thing about the Philippines - the food! It was terrible, all fried and either too salty or too sweet. The cook in the IDV house was pretty good most of the time and worked really hard to please our western pallets but I still found ...

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