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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Free airport shuttle
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYsabelle Mansion Puerto Princesa
we enjoyed our stay in this hotel for 4 days. they have a good service and they clean the room from time to time. the employess are trustworthy, they are accomodating and pleasing.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
... paid and queued for this cave, which impressive nonetheless, not worth 8 hours of queueing in a day! The minivan drives us back along the windy and bumpy roads, but the journey seemed far shorter for me as I managed to get some shut eye. The saving grace for the day was meeting some really nice people, notably a 28 year old half Philippino and half American who we agreed to meet for dinner at the ...
... government office in Puerto Princesa. Two other people from the guesthouse went also. It was February 11. We wanted to get passes for February 13 (Friday the 13th). Fully booked. No passes available. But, they could fit me in on Feb 20. I planned to return to PP to fly out of Palawan Island on the 23rd, so I took the pass for the 20th to see the river cave. The other two people could not stay that long and so they did not get a pass to see the ...
... br> One Rover’s Place – Located near the airport and
near some of the known restaurants in Puerto Princesa like the “Kalui
Puerto Princesa offers some of the most beautiful views here
in the Philippines; from caves to beaches to diving spots, you’ll never run out
of stuff to do. One of the most famous is the Puerto Princesa ...
... Nowadays, it's about par for the course for our best meals to be eaten like this.
We had arrived in Puerto Princesa in the afternoon, following a flight from Manila (blog to follow after we go back there). This was all part of a convoluted journey to the remote beach towns on Palawan, so we only had an overnight stop in PP. It's a relaxed sort of city, without hustle and bustle but with a pleasant attitude. The council also strictly fines people for littering, so ...
... finished our month in Palawan. Some of the memories that we will take with us include an entire afternoon sitting on the patio of McDonalds talking to Fred and Alex, two older men native to Palawan who gave us an in depth history of not only Palawan but of the Philippiines and the American influence throughout the 20th century; Nancy, the women who owns and runs Subli cabins where we stayed. 'Subli" means something inherited and Nancy's parents ...