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  1. #1129
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    What are the odds he will post a report?

    100 - 1 not?
    DG you are so pessimistic my friend LOL.

    Of course they all post FRs as they are good people, they take the info and then remember to thank us and post LOL.

    Too many managers as we now and another popped up in the Makati thread asking about Nuru. I think his laptop had not RTFF function LOL.

  2. #1128
    Quote Originally Posted by CaliScorpio  [View Original Post]
    Cebu doesn't have much of a bar scene after the demise of Mango Square so how you planning to find girls? Are you going to line-up freelances from online apps or have something else in mind?
    I already have the Pinalove app on my mobile, and I am getting used to it, but not chatting with anyone. I will be not be looking for any LT (or long distance) friendships, so, from ISG I learned to look for ladies on PinaLove who mention they offer massages. I would like ladies as close to 18 as possible, but I will accept a good-looking MILF, as long as the first date ends in bed. Any more tips about using PinaLove?

    Assuming some bikini bars still have some action, I may visit those around Mango Square. The dancers will do ST, right?

    I will probably avoid the indie ladies on the street at Mango Square, BUT I intend to see what's what at Ayala Shopping center, since I'm staying right there. Any suggestions about which levels usually have real ladies, and no lady boys?

    I will have screw ups, but I think I can roll with them. I have some experience with aamps / Kgals / Chinese MILFs in California, but I know the PI is a different ball game. If I am fooled and a ladyboy does get as far as my room, I will not go postal, but will give him something for his brief time and get him out. THEN I will go down to the bar and chug down 2 inches of Johnnie Walker.

  3. #1127
    Quote Originally Posted by Redditata  [View Original Post]
    Umm, I think I will stick with cabs with working AC!

    My trip is in February. I will report here about my successes and failures.
    Promises promises.

  4. #1126
    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    Yes I see DG surprising as we not get many managers in he Cebu board LOL.

    Apart from those hotel thee is Seda (the old Marriott) and Elizabeth where I used to stay before I moved to condos.

    But in the end the traffic is terrible and the roadworks and / or bridge closure just add to the pain.

    One hour is an optimistic bet Sammon as at times has been closer to 2 hours (try a Friday around 5 pm).

    Can't believe someone did not RTFF and find the answers LOL.
    What are the odds he will post a report?

    100 - 1 not?

  5. #1125
    Quote Originally Posted by Redditata  [View Original Post]
    Umm, I think I will stick with cabs with working AC!

    My trip is in February. I will report here about my successes and failures.
    Cebu doesn't have much of a bar scene after the demise of Mango Square so how you planning to find girls? Are you going to line-up freelances from online apps or have something else in mind?

  6. #1124
    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    The commute is and will be hell. To make it even more hellish try a jeepney trip there and back LOL.
    Umm, I think I will stick with cabs with working AC!

    My trip is in February. I will report here about my successes and failures.

  7. #1123
    Quote Originally Posted by Redditata  [View Original Post]
    The group from my company will mostly be working in the CC port area, but formal meetings with the clients (2 or 3 during the week) will probably be at Shangri La. If the commute getting there from CC is hell, well at least the client is paying our costs.
    The commute is and will be hell. To make it even more hellish try a jeepney trip there and back LOL.

  8. #1122

    Thanks, guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    Yes I see DG surprising as we not get many managers in he Cebu board LOL.

    Apart from those hotel thee is Seda (the old Marriott) and Elizabeth where I used to stay before I moved to condos.

    But in the end the traffic is terrible and the roadworks and / or bridge closure just add to the pain.

    One hour is an optimistic bet Sammon as at times has been closer to 2 hours (try a Friday around 5 pm).

    Can't believe someone did not RTFF and find the answers LOL.
    Thanks to all! WR: I am a PI newbie, and I did read some of the Cebu Hotels thread, but, given that this thread spans some years, I wasn't sure if some of the reports were still accurate. It was also not clear from the thread that all of the 4/5 star hotels permitted girls to visit / stay in rooms. I have grabbed a room at the Seda Ayala, which has a good location for girl-meetng. Hopefully I don't get hassled by security too much.

    My company's clients chose the Shangri La, apparently because some were bringing their families. The group from my company will mostly be working in the CC port area, but formal meetings with the clients (2 or 3 during the week) will probably be at Shangri La. If the commute getting there from CC is hell, well at least the client is paying our costs.

  9. #1121
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    You can stay at waterfront casino hotel in Lahug, Quest hotel near Ayala or Mandarin next to Quest. They are all very nice hotels and girl friendly. They do not check I. The most of the time but they are safe. If you have Fed business meetings in Mactan it will be a problem because it will take roughly a hour especially during rush time. If you stay at Waterfront there are girls downstairs and upstairs near the casino waiting. Some are pretty.

    There is a waterfront hotel in Mactan also. Most if not all hotels in Philippines are girlfriendly.
    Yes I see DG surprising as we not get many managers in he Cebu board LOL.

    Apart from those hotel thee is Seda (the old Marriott) and Elizabeth where I used to stay before I moved to condos.

    But in the end the traffic is terrible and the roadworks and / or bridge closure just add to the pain.

    One hour is an optimistic bet Sammon as at times has been closer to 2 hours (try a Friday around 5 pm).

    Can't believe someone did not RTFF and find the answers LOL.

  10. #1120
    Quote Originally Posted by Redditata  [View Original Post]
    Early next year I will be in Cebu for the first time, for business, for a week. My company suggests the Shangri-La Resort on Mactan, which looks amazing, but 1) I doubt they will allow girls and 2) several coworkers will be there, and 3) it is not close to central Cebu. So, I have two alternative plans, but I need you to critique them:

    1) Stay at a 4 or 5 star hotel in central Cebu that allows lady visitors. I am assuming security will be checking ID, but that is probably a good thing for me (no jail bait).

    2) Get a room at a 4 or 5 star hotel in central Cebu that does / does NOT allow lady visitors, but also get a room at a cheaper (but nice) hotel where I have all the ladies I want?

    I need a 4/5 star hotel because otherwise my company will be a little suspicious of my intents.

    What should I do? Where should I stay?
    You can stay at waterfront casino hotel in Lahug, Quest hotel near Ayala or Mandarin next to Quest. They are all very nice hotels and girl friendly. They do not check I. The most of the time but they are safe. If you have Fed business meetings in Mactan it will be a problem because it will take roughly a hour especially during rush time. If you stay at Waterfront there are girls downstairs and upstairs near the casino waiting. Some are pretty.

    There is a waterfront hotel in Mactan also. Most if not all hotels in Philippines are girlfriendly.

  11. #1119
    Quote Originally Posted by Redditata  [View Original Post]
    Early next year I will be in Cebu for the first time, for business, for a week. My company suggests the Shangri-La Resort on Mactan, which looks amazing, but 1) I doubt they will allow girls and 2) several coworkers will be there, and 3) it is not close to central Cebu. So, I have two alternative plans, but I need you to critique them:

    1) Stay at a 4 or 5 star hotel in central Cebu that allows lady visitors. I am assuming security will be checking ID, but that is probably a good thing for me (no jail bait).

    2) Get a room at a 4 or 5 star hotel in central Cebu that does / does NOT allow lady visitors, but also get a room at a cheaper (but nice) hotel where I have all the ladies I want?

    I need a 4/5 star hotel because otherwise my company will be a little suspicious of my intents.

    What should I do? Where should I stay?
    Wicked Roger, a manager here needs your expert Cebu help. .

  12. #1118

    Need suggestions for good superior hotels that allow girls in room.

    Early next year I will be in Cebu for the first time, for business, for a week. My company suggests the Shangri-La Resort on Mactan, which looks amazing, but 1) I doubt they will allow girls and 2) several coworkers will be there, and 3) it is not close to central Cebu. So, I have two alternative plans, but I need you to critique them:

    1) Stay at a 4 or 5 star hotel in central Cebu that allows lady visitors. I am assuming security will be checking ID, but that is probably a good thing for me (no jail bait).

    2) Get a room at a 4 or 5 star hotel in central Cebu that does / does NOT allow lady visitors, but also get a room at a cheaper (but nice) hotel where I have all the ladies I want?

    I need a 4/5 star hotel because otherwise my company will be a little suspicious of my intents.

    What should I do? Where should I stay?

  13. #1117

    Pillows Hotel

    Stayed for 4 nights last month at Pillow Hotel. This is close to the Robinson Fuente shopping center. Easy access to Mango Mall.

    A real no frills hotel. Spacious rooms, but not very well appointed. Extra towels will cost you 75 peso per day. No smoking rooms entirely, including balconies. However, you can go up to level 7 where you can smoke in the terrace area. Pretty neat place. Complimentary all day breakfast is a big draw. But there is 30 peso charge for the take-out box that the breakfast comes in. The tocino is really good.

    Staff and friendly but low on IQ, as one would expect. A very strict enforcement of the "Collect the ID Card" policy for guests coming over to your room. I had to turn away a hottie because she did not have an ID on her. Tough, but I respect places where rules are implemented mercilessly.

    Will I stay again? Perhaps not, if I can find another place with slightly better amenities in the same price range.

  14. #1116
    Thank you very much for your explanation!

  15. #1115

    ABC Hotel in Cebu.

    Quote Originally Posted by DzikaBomba  [View Original Post]
    At there Homepage is an Information about P250 fee for guests. Can you confirm that or ist that Not enforced by them?
    I stayed there for 3 nights 2 weeks ago. Entertained a couple of ladies. No problems whatsoever. You and your date get on the elevator on ground level. Swipe your key card to go up to your floor. I was on #6. Reception is on #3 so you buzz on past reception floor. No fees were added to my bill for extra guests. I also rec this place. Ideal location and clean. Room is small but I didn't care. Bath room area is bigger than some others if stayed in. An advantage I noticed was that once the guest leaves down the elevator she cannot get back up without a key card to swipe. So once out she stays out. I will stay there again.

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