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  1. #1160

    Mandarin Plaza.

    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    Cebu is better IMHO as it is closer to Ayala and they all know Ayala. Many girls in Mactan also but don't mix as to get from Mactan to Ayala can be time consuming. Seda is the Marriott and recent FRs say not great but Quest, Elizabeth and Mandarin also close to Ayala.
    Thank you WR for the info. I ended up staying at the Mandarin Plaza, as it is across the road from Ayala, and I got a great price on Agoda. I've no complaints with it, the room was great for the price, although the breakfast was pretty basic. No problem with girls getting up to my room, the evening girl needed to show her ID and have details taken to be let up, but the morning girl didn't even need to do that. As you don't need to swipe your card in the lift to press your floor number, you don't need to collect the girl, they can make their own way up. The Terraces at Ayala (the outdoor restaurant area) was good for lunch, dinner, coffee, perving. I wish I had more than one night there so enjoy the local bounty.

  2. #1159
    Quote Originally Posted by Taster  [View Original Post]
    Hi WR and IT224,

    so hard to know how many girls are out on Mactan. I'll probably end up at Seda, just so I've got something else to do, because at 55 you can't go all day / night anymore.

    A belated thanks to WR and the many others such as Westcoast, who get through an amazing amount of pussy, and go to the trouble of posting photos and tips for everybody else. This is a great forum because of their efforts.
    Cebu is better IMHO as it is closer to Ayala and they all know Ayala. Many girls in Mactan also but don't mix as to get from Mactan to Ayala can be time consuming. Seda is the Marriott and recent FRs say not great but Quest, Elizabeth and Mandarin also close to Ayala.

  3. #1158

    Mactan?

    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    Where have you been in the last 4 years as last post was March 2015!

    Mactan to city is time consuming.

    Best PM for more tips and any contacts.
    Hi WR and IT224,

    Sorry, haven't re-subscribed yet as I haven't been active for years. I made four trips to the Phil's from 2005-2010, and on very rare occasions I got a night to myself, when arriving or leaving on a different date for instance, requiring an overnight in Manila or cebu. But I haven't been there since 2010, when I managed to enjoy a nice local girl in Camiguin. I've passed on the last few trips my wife has taken, as I couldn't see an opportunity for any "me" time, and the Phils aren't much fun if you are just with your in-laws. But this time I've got a night in Cebu, and plan to partake of the smorgasbord of pussy (but just one will do). Unfortunately the free Pina Love version doesn't let you search more specifically than "Cebu", so hard to know how many girls are out on Mactan. I'll probably end up at Seda, just so I've got something else to do, because at 55 you can't go all day / night anymore.

    A belated thanks to WR and the many others such as Westcoast, who get through an amazing amount of pussy, and go to the trouble of posting photos and tips for everybody else. This is a great forum because of their efforts.

  4. #1157
    Taster you don't have your PM activated!

    Did you decide on your hotel stay in Mactan area!

    Quote Originally Posted by Taster  [View Original Post]
    Hi gents,

    Similar to InterTravel224, I only have one night in Cebu (mid-March). Fly in lunchtime on a Thursday and out again the Friday evening. Taking note of what people have said about traffic from the airport, especially Friday evening, I'm thinking if it might be better to stay at a mid priced resort on Mactan. Would girls be happy to travel out there (maybe meet at the airport)? I'm thinking if she doesn't show / is late etc then I'm up shit creek, as I'the be too isolated to get another girl organised in time to make it worthwhile. Or maybe the Maayo in Mandaue. Looks to be a beautiful new hotel near the airport with great pricing for when I'm there, but bugger-all to do in the area. If I bite the bullet and head into town, I'the probably stay near Ayala so I have some food and shopping options, and leave early for the airport.

    Regards,

    Taster.

  5. #1156
    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    Also to add to this it is now that dreaded time of Sinulog. Where all hotels increase prices and there are no room to be found even on the good Airbnb stuff. So remember that everyone.

    Henry is OK for dinner and the restos nearby but I never liked the location and the Maxwell on Escario is not bas as it the Lex Best Western but is pricey.

    Pillows is not bad, as is Azizia Suites (close to Ayala) and MJ Suites also. Diamond Hotel and parkland are close to Ayala but it is Sinulog.

    Issue now is Sinulog as this gets to a crazy time and when I always disappear (or if there I stay indoors and ignore the stupidity LOL).
    Where have you been in the last 4 years as last post was March 2015!

    Mactan to city is time consuming.

    Best PM for more tips and any contacts.

  6. #1155
    I've had several girls who live on mactan / lapu-lapu come to me in central cebu city so you can probably find them but the numbers are lower than staying closer to Ayala.

    Quote Originally Posted by Taster  [View Original Post]
    Hi gents,

    Similar to InterTravel224, I only have one night in Cebu (mid-March). Fly in lunchtime on a Thursday and out again the Friday evening. Taking note of what people have said about traffic from the airport, especially Friday evening, I'm thinking if it might be better to stay at a mid priced resort on Mactan. Would girls be happy to travel out there (maybe meet at the airport)? I'm thinking if she doesn't show / is late etc then I'm up shit creek, as I'the be too isolated to get another girl organised in time to make it worthwhile. Or maybe the Maayo in Mandaue. Looks to be a beautiful new hotel near the airport with great pricing for when I'm there, but bugger-all to do in the area. If I bite the bullet and head into town, I'the probably stay near Ayala so I have some food and shopping options, and leave early for the airport.

    Regards,

    Taster.

  7. #1154

    Mactan?

    Hi gents,

    Similar to InterTravel224, I only have one night in Cebu (mid-March). Fly in lunchtime on a Thursday and out again the Friday evening. Taking note of what people have said about traffic from the airport, especially Friday evening, I'm thinking if it might be better to stay at a mid priced resort on Mactan. Would girls be happy to travel out there (maybe meet at the airport)? I'm thinking if she doesn't show / is late etc then I'm up shit creek, as I'the be too isolated to get another girl organised in time to make it worthwhile. Or maybe the Maayo in Mandaue. Looks to be a beautiful new hotel near the airport with great pricing for when I'm there, but bugger-all to do in the area. If I bite the bullet and head into town, I'the probably stay near Ayala so I have some food and shopping options, and leave early for the airport.

    Regards,

    Taster.

  8. #1153
    Quote Originally Posted by Cjetset  [View Original Post]
    I'll be back in Cebu next week if any of you savvy veterans from this site are around. But as to your post. I've stayed at about 7 different hotels and AirBB's in Cebu and I never found one that isn't girl friendly. Just be polite and don't bring a loud harem back and you are good. I think the bigger issue is finding great internet at the hotels. I like Quest cause it's a solid mid range hotel in a great location with decent breakfast and Wi-Fi. Roger turned my on to Elizabeth which is great except for WiFi. Radisson is awesome but expensive. Bai by ParkMall was just ok. Great rooftop pool area though. Maayo was good but near nothing but I stayed there for quick trips into Cebu as it's close to airport. Waterfront is becoming a tired hotel. Marco Polo is a bit tired as well but amazing breakfast and good Wi-Fi but too far out of the way up the hill. I really liked the Henry Hotel and the neighborhood with small brand new strip mall up the street and lots of great restaurants in the hood, but their breakfast was subpar. I got a great prom rate at Seda but despite the awesome location it was a disappointment as all they did was put lipstick on the old Marriott. So net, net, it's all about good internet. All of girl friendly. Enjoy!
    Also to add to this it is now that dreaded time of Sinulog. Where all hotels increase prices and there are no room to be found even on the good Airbnb stuff. So remember that everyone.

    Henry is OK for dinner and the restos nearby but I never liked the location and the Maxwell on Escario is not bas as it the Lex Best Western but is pricey.

    Pillows is not bad, as is Azizia Suites (close to Ayala) and MJ Suites also. Diamond Hotel and parkland are close to Ayala but it is Sinulog.

    Issue now is Sinulog as this gets to a crazy time and when I always disappear (or if there I stay indoors and ignore the stupidity LOL).

  9. #1152

    All hotels are girl friendly

    I'll be back in Cebu next week if any of you savvy veterans from this site are around. But as to your post. I've stayed at about 7 different hotels and AirBB's in Cebu and I never found one that isn't girl friendly. Just be polite and don't bring a loud harem back and you are good. I think the bigger issue is finding great internet at the hotels. I like Quest cause it's a solid mid range hotel in a great location with decent breakfast and Wi-Fi. Roger turned my on to Elizabeth which is great except for WiFi. Radisson is awesome but expensive. Bai by ParkMall was just ok. Great rooftop pool area though. Maayo was good but near nothing but I stayed there for quick trips into Cebu as it's close to airport. Waterfront is becoming a tired hotel. Marco Polo is a bit tired as well but amazing breakfast and good Wi-Fi but too far out of the way up the hill. I really liked the Henry Hotel and the neighborhood with small brand new strip mall up the street and lots of great restaurants in the hood, but their breakfast was subpar. I got a great prom rate at Seda but despite the awesome location it was a disappointment as all they did was put lipstick on the old Marriott. So net, net, it's all about good internet. All of girl friendly. Enjoy!

    Quote Originally Posted by InterTravel224  [View Original Post]
    Hello friends,

    I will be in Cebu City like in 2 weeks. Excited for my upcoming trip.

    Other than Quest is there any other Gal friendly hotels in Cebu City. I will be staying there just one night and then heading ahead.

    Probably wrong forum, but is it best to select gals from online chat / dating apps and lineup them before arrival.

    Any feedback is greatly appreciated!

    Cheers,

    IT.

  10. #1151
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    Yep. I was playing on Agoda and generally found the Mandarin to be half the price (inclusive) of the Quest (exclusive). Bigger rooms and with the new fence on Roxas is actually closer to Ayala too.
    The Quest has better / stronger WiFi then the Mandarin. Diamond Suites is very close and has large rooms and is recommended by my friends also. Quality of WiFi is important for many especially if working while mongering.

    Most of the hotels in the Mango area need TLC and I would always taxi there rather than stay. Just my preferences New Image.

  11. #1150
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    Also next door to Quest, Mandarin Plaza Hotel. Nice pool and free breakfast. All the hotels in the area are GF-ly.
    Yep. I was playing on Agoda and generally found the Mandarin to be half the price (inclusive) of the Quest (exclusive). Bigger rooms and with the new fence on Roxas is actually closer to Ayala too.

  12. #1149
    Quote Originally Posted by NewImage  [View Original Post]
    Stayed at Quest due to closeness to Ayala and hopeful pick ups from FL and Boss Coffee wanders. Found the hotel excellent for facilities etc but next time would stay closer to bars and Mango type places. Found FL around Quest were non doable bordering on fugly.

    Regards.
    Also next door to Quest, Mandarin Plaza Hotel. Nice pool and free breakfast. All the hotels in the area are GF-ly.

  13. #1148

    Just my 2 cents re hotel

    Quote Originally Posted by InterTravel224  [View Original Post]
    Hello friends,

    I will be in Cebu City like in 2 weeks. Excited for my upcoming trip.

    Other than Quest is there any other Gal friendly hotels in Cebu City. I will be staying there just one night and then heading ahead.

    Probably wrong forum, but is it best to select gals from online chat / dating apps and lineup them before arrival.

    Any feedback is greatly appreciated!

    Cheers,

    IT.
    Stayed at Quest due to closeness to Ayala and hopeful pick ups from FL and Boss Coffee wanders. Found the hotel excellent for facilities etc but next time would stay closer to bars and Mango type places. Found FL around Quest were non doable bordering on fugly.

    Regards.

  14. #1147
    Quote Originally Posted by InterTravel224  [View Original Post]
    Thank you G for your candid advice.

    Yes I am an Indian, no harm in hiding my nationality. You are so rite, do you some actions of my fellow citizens I do face the brunt of gals in many countries.

    Ya, I am there in Philipines for 8 days and trying to cover Boracay, Cebu City, Bohol and Moalboal.

    I will have 2 days in Cebu city and want to optmize it to the best! I think the city will offer me the best out of the lot.

    And you are so rite, that since time is short and not so many opportunities to real play around, I may just jump the line and take who is available which I want to avoid.

    Have been following the forum from sometime now, thanks to you and other members you have shared some valuable information. Since I booked my trip yesterday, thought will just ping and seek information from all senior members here.

    Are apartments better than hotels. The Mangoe area seems nice.

    G: Do you have any experience in other places which I shared Boracay, Bohol or Moalboal, not much information online.
    Thanks for your PM. I'll answer here so that everyone has the information.

    Frankly, many girls are reluctant to go with Indians because of their reputation for not being trust worthy. There are numerous stories of girls being short paid or returning to the room with one guy only to find 3 or 4 of his friends waiting there, all expecting their turn with no extra payment. I say this as no reflection on you. Just candid information on the attitude you will be faced with when you arrive. The best remedy is just to be upfront and honest with the girls so that their concerns are unfounded.

    Wih such a short stay in Cebu City, I would just jump online immediately on arrival. I and others have written on the benefits of waiting until you are in town vs making early contact before arrival. Considering the above, it will also reassure the girls that you are here and serious and not just fishing for photos or camsex. It's totally realistic to expect to find girls online and have one in your room within an hour of arrival. In cebu I found Pina Love and Filipino Cupid the best.

    Apartments offer more room for your dollar, often come with extra facilities like kitchens and washing machines but have less services like security and restaurants / room service.

    The other towns you mentioned are very nice but have close to no mongering scene. I would just byo which ever girl you enjoyed the most in cebu. Most are happy to travel to these towns for a few days. Just agree to a daily rate for their time.

    Most active members here are happy to answer informed questions via PM. Just do your own research first so you can get the most benefit.

    Enjoy, G.

  15. #1146
    Thanking Roger for the reply. I don't have my PM activated yet! Not a very active user on this website, though this has been my base for the limited mongering experience I have.

    I did try to reach someone who had written a blog and shared the details, but probably he hasn't contacted.

    With no email sharing possibility, the only way to reach out would be PM.

    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    Bets PM me as the list is very long. Also plenty of information if you RTFF as many including me have noted which hotels are good, bad and indifferent depending on location as so many variables.

    Look forward to the PM.

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