Sarrosa International Hotel and Residential Suites
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Sarrosa International Hotel and Residential Suites
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Sarrosa International Hotel and Residential Suites Cebu City
Travel Blogs from Cebu City
... water. The last few days of my stay in the Philippines we went to Manila to see my friend Lisa. It was so nice to see finally a familiar face and we had a lot to talk about. For the first night we stayed in a cheap hotel. However, when we got back home around 1am, the doors were tightly locked. Hmm, they could have told us that the doors of the hotel were not open at all times. We tried to wake the owners by making a lot of noise and yelling, but it wouldn't help. I was really ...
... EXTREME is a walk on a glass based floor on the edge of the exterior of the 37th floor of the building. It’s like walking in the sky with harness.
Guest is required to wear the flight suits (provided by the staff) and a pair of rubber (close) shoes. Don’t hesitate to look down while you walk on the edge, sit on the edge and stand with a one foot. The walk not only give you a thrilling experience but also offers ...
... Helen and I both got proposed to a couple of times and made many friends with the locals. Every single person we passed gave us a beaming smile, said hello and asked us our names. The filipino people are extremely friendly and welcoming to foreigners.
On our return to the hostel we met a somewhat inebriated local who became attached to Jazz very quickly, having somehow decided that I was Jazz's wife. He walked with us for about 20 minutes, hanging on to ...
... away before our eyes and water slowly trickled in to our house leaving standing water on the first floor.
Again, rather suddenly, the men started yelling outside and two of them ran out the door. There outside, in the river that was now rushing by just outside our complex, was an entire family struggling to get to higher ground. The men helped them inside and we once again insured everyone was ok and got some dry clothes and towels for them; we ...
... join in which was nice, but I didn't stay too long, I didn't want it to turn into the white-person-show, as I was already attracting quite a lot of attention with everyone wanting their photos taken! And what is a visit to a country without going to a temple. The Philippines is a 90% Christian country. But there is a small Buddhist community - and they have built Chu Un temple. This very small temple is nothing like the grandeur of Thailand, Laos or China. It was very ...