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Ciriaco Hotel, Resort & Spa

Ciriaco Hotel, Resort & Spa

 Ciriaco Hotel, Resort & Spa

A Genesis Hotel

KM 735, Maharlika Highway, Bagacay, Calbayog City, Samar, Philippines

(632) 710-4208

(055) 209-6521 / (055) 533-9300 / 0917-7100-787

website: www.ciriacohotel.com

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   Category                           Published Rate                        Special Rate

      1 Queen Bed

Superior D/Sea view             P4800                                    P2999

Deluxe / Highway View        P3600                                    P2499

     2 Queen Beds

Superior D/Sea View           P6500                                    P3999

Deluxe / Highway View      P5000                                    P3499

1 King Bed

Executive Suite/Sea View    P11000                                  P7500

 

 Notes:

 1. Rates quoted above are net of 10% service charge, 12% VAT and the applicable local government tax; and are inclusive of daily complimentary breakfast.

2.  Maximum of two (2) children below 12 years of age sharing in the same room with paying adults are free of charge.

3.  Rates in all room categories apply to single or double occupancy.  Extra persons however, staying in the same room after 10pm shall be charged:

Extra Person   (w/o breakfast)                                Extra Bed (w/breakfast)

P500 net                                                 P1000 net

4. Cafe Elsa opens daily from 7am to 11pm

5.  Martin’s Bar  opens daily from 3pm to 12mn

6.  Swimming pool opens for in-house guest from 6am-10pm.  Also available for walk-in guest from 10am-10pm.

7.  For rooms and social functions reservations such as weddings, meetings, birthdays, anniversaries, conferences and the likes, please call (632) 710-4208 or (055) 209-6521 or (055) 533-9300 / 0917-7100-787.

Bathroom – Ultra plush bath linen * Rain Forest shower * Ciriaco bath amenities – shampoo, body soap, body lotion, toothbrush, razor, comb, vanity and sewing kit.

Dining – Wet Bar * Munchie Box * Boss Water * Coffee Maker (upon request)

* 7am to 11pm in-room dining

Room Features – Bed Features: Duvets * 350-thread count linen * Luggage Rack * Over-sized work desk * In-room safe with charger port * Entertainment 37″ LCD

Room Amenities & Services – Laundry and Dry cleaning services * Personalized wake-up service

Internet Access – High speed internet access in guest rooms

All rates include breakfast.  *  Check in time is 2:00pm : Check out time is 12n  *  Rooms will be held up to 4:00pm only, unless reservations are guaranteed by prior payment.  * Major credit cards accepted.  *  Long staying and group rates are available.

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+63917-7100-787 / (055) 209-6521 or (055) 533-9300

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CAFE ELSA (located on first floor of Ciriaco)

My Observation: Okay I finally went to the Ciriaco, Cafe Elsa myself and tried out a few things.  I was the only customer, but the wait service was excellent.  Being a picky eater, I played it safe on ordering, but I got the salad, buffalo wings, potatoes and apple/banana shake.  They do not have a list of salad dressings, so I asked and was only told 1000 island.  That’s okay though, because that’s the only one I like, but just so you’ll know.  The salad (P200) was very good and good size with lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers and shredded carrots.  The only problem I had with the salad was that some of the lettuce was too big and you had to cut to fit into your mouth, or make a mess.  The buffalo wings I didn’t like much.  They were a little high in price at P220, but at least you got 11 wings.  They were slightly spicy, which is okay with me, but there was a sour taste to them that I didn’t care for.  They tasted kind of like sweet and sour chicken with more emphasis on the sour part.  The potatoes had a name, but I didn’t write it down because I figured I could look on the picture of the new menu that I took.  The page with the potatoes on it didn’t come out good, but the price on them was P45.  They tasted okay, not great, I’d order them again.  The apple/banana shake was wonderful.  It cost P85 and even with the local ice cream (which I don’t really care for) it still was good.  Total price was P550 ($14) so there was not tax or surcharge or anything else added to it.  So overall the food was decent, but I doubt I’d eat there even if I was at the hotel because the prices are too much for me.  Also, at least for me, I spent P550 and I’m still hungry.  There might be other things on the menu that are fantastic and more filling, but I’ll leave that to others to judge and let me know.

PLEASE REMEMBER THAT ALL COMMENTS HERE ARE THE SOLE OPINION OF THE SENDER, IF YOU ARE SKEPTICAL OF THESE FINDINGS, PLEASE EXPERIENCE THE HOTEL FOR YOURSELF AND SEND YOUR OWN COMMENTS.

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From Blair: As of January 2010 — Just a quick note about the phones in the Ciriaco Hotel.  Although there are phones in the rooms, you can only call the front desk.  Apparently the technician has not found the time as of yet to set up the system for any outside calls. So if needed you have to call the front desk for any or all outside services or help.

From Blair: I recommend the fish on the menu but ask the waitress to get the chef to make it with the mango sauce.  We had it once and every time we went for dinner we had to have it again and again.   So delicious.  I’m sure you will agree.

 

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