The Bellavista Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Bellavista Hotel Lapu Lapu
Simple airport hotel no frills
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We prepared our baggage late. The typhoon Hagupit is still lashing the eastern islands of the Philippines and based on news, it will pass through the Central Visayas. Our doubt, maybe our flight will be cancelled.
I booked the Shore Time Hotel in Boracay for 3 nights and they asked to have 10% non-refundable down payment. Our flight …
Up early to have a nice cheap breakfast at the hotel before riding the scooter back to the Tarsier Sanctuary. We got there just after opening at 9am after losing our way in town as there are so many one way streets!! We paid 50P each to get in and this included a nice young lady as our guide to take us through the park and show us the 3 Tarsiers they had found in the morning. They are in ...
... a signal, despite running up and down the concourse like a lunatic (6-6, bad luck equalised). The lovely policemen were trying hard to help us (7-6), but without a hotel name they really couldn’t do anything. I went into the airport nearly in tears when a lovely lady pointed out the exact spot where I could get wireless (8-6). I managed to get the details of the hotel while Elodie ate the contents of a flowerpot and Rowan stood by watching her! Next problem was the ...
... not last long, and was quite refreshing. Alan and Zandrea went for a quick dip, before we started to make our way back down, this was a bit of an adventure. We were crossing some pretty interesting looking bamboo bridges, and crossing over huge moss covered rocks, and coming down at what sometimes felt like a cliff, but we all made it! Aside from the beauty of the waterfall, the walk was ...
... that the first two were left empty because the Local taxi drivers are just incompetent and do not know the places
Luckily the hotel is not bad, close to the beach, large room with air conditioning, TV, fridge and large bathroom with hot water and costs 2,500 pesos that is 42 euros per night while I spent 25 on the internet but I do not think I will stop after the first three nights because it is too expensive unless I have ...