Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Puerto Princesa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
TravelPod Member ReviewsMicrotel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Puerto Princesa
The staff were very accomodating and courteous. They show up on time when they pick me up on the airport. They have complete supplies on the hotel (towel, mineral water, instant coffee). And they provide free transfers from hotel to anywhere in the city.. :)
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa
Today we are picked up at 6am sharp for our underwater river tour, but we manage to squeeze in breakfast having 'pan de sol', which is basically fresh warm bread rolls for 3p each, insanity! The minivan picks up the rest of the group and drives us North, then west to Sabang on the coast. We stop off en route after a few hours to a place we can go caving, which we are taught is referred to as ...
... the initial security to get inside, we saw a big line at our dest, this was because the flight was currently delayed. We got our boarding passes and went into the terminal, only to wait 45 minutes to be told that our flight was going to be leaving in the morning instead of that night. We managed to find a hotel that was relatively close by and stayed the night. The next morning the flight went smoothly and we made it just in time to catch the company flight to ...
... and has an average temperature of 29
Celsius. The city is not that far from
the Puerto Princesa International Airport which is accessible by direct flights
from Manila so travel there would not be too difficult.
Some sources claim that the city’s name came from the
geographical advantage of this city as a sea port due to the protection that
the city has and the depth of ...
... resting, and adjusting to the Philippines.
Today I finally left Port Barton and headed back to Puerto Princesa, on the same bus I came out on. I was ecstatic to be greeted by some friendly and familiar faces- Arny had just been released after spending 3 days in the hospital, and Judy, Kamila, Martin and ...
... Puerto Princesa, located in the centre of the crescent shaped island is the largest city and the island's hub. With a population of close to a quarter of a million one would expect much more commercialism however, Puerto boasts only one large mall and the downtown area can pretty well be walked from one end to the other. There is a McDonalds but little else that a westerner would recognize and call familiar. It was here in Puerto that we both ...