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Eduardo’s Diner and Tourist Hotel

Eduardo’s Diner and Tourist Hotel



Pajarito St. Calbayog City, Samar

055-209-2407 / 055-533-9996 / 0921-675-0269






Econo Room – 1 bed, electric fan – P500

Standard Rooms

1 bed, a/c, TV – P600

1 bed, a/c, TV – P700

1 bed, a/c, TV – P800

**I do not know the difference in the 3 rooms above yet, but I hope to check into that soon.

Deluxe Rooms

2 beds, a/c, TV – P1000

1 bed, a/c, TV, hot/cold shower – P1100

2 beds, a/c, TV – P1300

2 beds, a/c, TV, hot/cold shower – P1300

2 beds, a/c, TV, hot/cold shower – P1600

**I do not know the difference in the last 2 rooms, but I hope to check into that soon.

Extra Person: P150

Promo Rates (P100 off each room) cannot be availed with other discounts.

Computation of Senior Citizens discount will be based on regular room rates

Econo rooms and Standard rooms are strictly for two persons only.  In excess of that subjected to extra person charge.

Check out time is 12 noon.  Failure to check out at the said time, the guest shall pay the corresponding late check out fee.

**I will ask what those check out fees are.

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel Front Entrance

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - Staircase to Hotel

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - Front Desk

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - Lobby

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - Room Rates

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - Menu

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - Room

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - Room2

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - Living Area

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - Living Area2

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel -CR

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - CR2

Metro Bank - By Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel

Eduardo's Diner & Tourist Hotel - Room Names



From Gary: This is another place we have stayed.  We have stayed here more often than any other place.  I prefer the F&A Suites while my wife prefers Eduardo’s.   Like F&A, the location is excellent. (NOTE:  They are both in Calbayog Proper).  The room we usually stay in has air con, hot showers and cable TV.   I don’t remember if there was a refrigerator or not.  I believe that some rooms don’t have air con or hot showers so you want to make sure you request that upon registration.  We have never ate at the restaurant.  We tried to go there one night but it was booked for a party.  The rooms are clean but fairly small, at least in our normal room.   There was not much space between the bed and the walls on either side.   Four of us stayed one night in a room that had two queen beds and that room had plenty of space. They don’t have a generator either, unless they got one recently.   We were there one night when there was a brownout and it sure got dark. It was too early to go to bed so we went out onto the street where it was almost as dark.  It is humorous to watch people on the street using their cellphones to see where they are going.  When there is a night time brownout in the Philippines, it gets real dark.  All in all, Eduardo’s is a good choice.

From Mark G: I always stay at Eduardo’s when I visit my mahal and her family. I like the clean rooms, the air-con and hot showers. The food is really quite good especially the fried manok and sinigang with prawns. I have never stayed at any others as the location is quite convenient and the price reasonable.

From Graham:  Stayed here one night and it was noisy as can be and I didn’t really feel safe here so moved to I’s Plant the next day, which was good.



  1. I’m wondering about the room rates here, can’t see it in pictures. Thanks

    • Yes I know it’s very difficult to see. When we get back to the Philippines I will be going back to these hotels and getting any new information. I will pay particular attention to this problem to be sure it doesn’t happen again. I’m actually hoping that they will have better literature the next time, because last time they had nothing.
      Can anyone get a clearer picture and let Jonathan know what that says exactly? I tried from here, but as it got larger it got too burly and the text never got to where you could read it all. I know there is some type of program out there that will help, but my Dad doesn’t have it here and I don’t know the name of it. The rates are pretty typical of the area and maybe even a little lower.
      If I remember correctly the rates here are the 2nd lowest of all the hotels I went to. Joy Palace is the lowest, then Eduardo’s, then I’s Plant (from bottom to top). I hope this is a little helpful Jonathan and maybe someone else will be able to read it for you and let you know.

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