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    J Ave is closed.

    The big dance club, J Avenue, closed. There is some construction going at Mango Square Mall.

    Please don't confuse Mango Square Mall with references to Mango go-go bars. Those are a few hundred meters farther east on the same street.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dang2000  [View Original Post]
    Thanks X-Man.

    Quick question on what you meant by noise not being a problem at Mango. Did it get shut down or something? Haven't seen much in it recently.

    Thanks,

    Dan.
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  2. #1189
    Thanks X-Man.

    Quick question on what you meant by noise not being a problem at Mango. Did it get shut down or something? Haven't seen much in it recently.

    Thanks,

    Dan.

  3. #1188

    Midrange?

    By midrange I'm guessing between 1500 and 3000 pesos. Also, you won't find many trikes on the main roads. Taxi is the way to go.

    Holiday Plaza (254-6888) on Ramos, P 1800 without the buffet breakfast, great location, but a bit worn. Very flexible with storing luggage. They don't have safe deposit box in room, but you can get a lock box behind the counter. Next door to a Bo's Coffee (raintree mall).

    Summit (239-3000), above Robinsons midtown, nice buffet breakfast. Look for discounts. Tiny pool.

    Hotel LE Carmen, I stayed here a long time ago, but stopped because of the noise from the Mango clubs. Noise may not be a problem these days.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hotel...04713969573382

    Fuente Pension. Very simple place. Not for me. But restaurant on the top floor is nice. Across the street is Apple Trees at about 1000. Extra for a fridge.

    St Mark 505 is closer to 4 k, but just a short walk to Lone Star Bar. Eddies is in the same area.

    Someone mentioned ABC, this is also on Ramos. I looked at a room and it seemed a bit tiny. Cafe on the ground floor.

    All the above are near Mango / Robinson's midtown.

    St Moritz, close to Ayala, large rooms, good restaurant. Very dated. Love the antique money boxes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dang2000  [View Original Post]
    Hey folks,

    Any ideas on a decent place to stay that's midrange? My tastes aren't too high but need girl friendly and of course clean and safe. I'm guessing lots of options near and around Mango but a little further (short Trike ride) is cool too.

    I plan to spend most days out and about so don't want to spend a ton of cash on a place to hold my bag.

    Thanks all in advance.

  4. #1187
    Quote Originally Posted by Dang2000  [View Original Post]
    Hey folks,

    Any ideas on a decent place to stay that's midrange? My tastes aren't too high but need girl friendly and of course clean and safe. I'm guessing lots of options near and around Mango but a little further (short Trike ride) is cool too.

    I plan to spend most days out and about so don't want to spend a ton of cash on a place to hold my bag.

    Thanks all in advance.
    Always try Airbnb in IT park or around Ayala as plenty choices.

    Mid range has no price tag so hard to say. Try the web sites for Quest, Elizabeth, Red Planet (cheap and cheerful) even Island Resorts (even cheaper and more cheerful) - opposite Elizabet. Also Mandarin Oriental and Golden Prince all in the same vicinity and walkable to Ayala.

    IT Park is messy to get to / from.

    Banilad has hotels but is a jeepney or better a taxi to Ayala.

  5. #1186

    Decent midrange hotel

    Hey folks,

    Any ideas on a decent place to stay that's midrange? My tastes aren't too high but need girl friendly and of course clean and safe. I'm guessing lots of options near and around Mango but a little further (short Trike ride) is cool too.

    I plan to spend most days out and about so don't want to spend a ton of cash on a place to hold my bag.

    Thanks all in advance.

  6. #1185
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAsia  [View Original Post]
    3 star ABC Hotel in Cebu:

    https://www.booking.com/hotel/ph/abc-amp-homes.html

    OK to bring girls or not?

    Don't mind paying for subscription, but think it will take too long (post mail) before I actually go there.
    Well fuck me dead! There is an ABC in Cebu! Well done in finding that. All I can say is that every hotel in the Phils is girl friendly. Just book for two people and make sure the chica has some ID.

  7. #1184
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    Hahahaha--bullshit!
    Hahahaha Amaduess you found Mother Teresa!

  8. #1183

    ABC Hotel Cebu

    3 star ABC Hotel in Cebu:

    https://www.booking.com/hotel/ph/abc-amp-homes.html

    OK to bring girls or not?

    Don't mind paying for subscription, but think it will take too long (post mail) before I actually go there.

    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]
    The ABC Hotel was purchased by the Missionaries of Charity in 2004 as a training hotel for the poor. It now forms part of the Catholic Church's extensive property portfolio in the Philippines.

    The poor from the greater Angeles City area who have basic literacy standards are selected by the Charity and are trained in all aspects of hospitality and hotel management at this hotel. This has led to many successful careers. One of the current GMs of a large 5-star hotel in Manila started his career at this hotel as bell boy under this charity program. Many of the patrons of this hotel are connected with the Catholic Church, attending conferences, seminars or prayer sessions. You will come across many men of the cloth if you stay here. Just address everyone as Father or Sister.

    If you are considering mongering activities, please avoid this hotel. To enter a room with a girl, you will need to produce a marriage certificate to prove the girl is your wife.

    The portrait of Mother Teresa in the ABC foyer sets the tone.

  9. #1182
    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]
    If you are considering mongering activities, please avoid this hotel. To enter a room with a girl, you will need to produce a marriage certificate to prove the girl is your wife.

    The portrait of Mother Teresa in the ABC foyer sets the tone.
    Hahahaha--bullshit!
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  10. #1181

    Handy place sometimes (ABC Hotel)

    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]
    The ABC Hotel was purchased by the Missionaries of Charity in 2004 as a training hotel for the poor. It now forms part of the Catholic Church's extensive property portfolio in the Philippines.
    Yes, I know it well. Often use its Confessional.

  11. #1180

    ABC Hotel in Cebu?

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAsia  [View Original Post]
    Just booked ABC hotel. Curious to know if it is girl friendly. I know Clark is better, but it is also more expensive.
    Surprising, you can afford ABC Hotel, supposedly 5 star, but you cannot afford membership of ISG?. I know there is an ABC Hotel in Angeles, but not in Cebu, over a thousand km's away. Did you mean to place your query on Angeles thread? As WR would say, get the Private Message service and then you will be able to access even more info.

  12. #1179
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyAsia  [View Original Post]
    Just booked ABC hotel. Curious to know if it is girl friendly. I know Clark is better, but it is also more expensive.
    The ABC Hotel was purchased by the Missionaries of Charity in 2004 as a training hotel for the poor. It now forms part of the Catholic Church's extensive property portfolio in the Philippines.

    The poor from the greater Angeles City area who have basic literacy standards are selected by the Charity and are trained in all aspects of hospitality and hotel management at this hotel. This has led to many successful careers. One of the current GMs of a large 5-star hotel in Manila started his career at this hotel as bell boy under this charity program. Many of the patrons of this hotel are connected with the Catholic Church, attending conferences, seminars or prayer sessions. You will come across many men of the cloth if you stay here. Just address everyone as Father or Sister.

    If you are considering mongering activities, please avoid this hotel. To enter a room with a girl, you will need to produce a marriage certificate to prove the girl is your wife.

    The portrait of Mother Teresa in the ABC foyer sets the tone.

  13. #1178

    ABC hotel

    Just booked ABC hotel. Curious to know if it is girl friendly. I know Clark is better, but it is also more expensive.

  14. #1177
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    Next year I plan to book an appartement for a month. Budget max 20.000 Peso. Horizon101 would be my preferred place. But the AirBnB offers need prepayment and I am not keen on that.

    Does anyone has an adress of a appartement owner to book direct? Or a booking portal do make a reservation without prepayment (as you can do an Booking.com for hotel rooms)?
    Pagoda can have condos as well as hotel rooms. However, most will require payment to secure the room (s).

    Have a great trip. G.

  15. #1176

    Appartement?

    Next year I plan to book an appartement for a month. Budget max 20.000 Peso. Horizon101 would be my preferred place. But the AirBnB offers need prepayment and I am not keen on that.

    Does anyone has an adress of a appartement owner to book direct? Or a booking portal do make a reservation without prepayment (as you can do an Booking.com for hotel rooms)?

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