Poco a Poco Hotel

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Labitan Street Dewey Avenue Central District Area, Subic, Philippines
www.pocoapocosubic.com/locat… - Subic: 047- 252-9978/ Manila: 00-632- 404-4784/International: +63-47- 252-9978

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a good place to stay... Aug 03, 2012
We didn’t have reservation. We walked in and were able to booked two rooms without problems. In fact, we were given a tour to the different room types before we decided which one to book. We were checked in by friendly and polite staffs. Although, checking-in took a bit of time and we were asked to pay up-front before they gave us our rooms. Room rate is a little bit in the expensive side for the local standard.

The lobby is underdone in decorations except for a few couches and in the middle of the room is a huge wood carved table and on it are some pretty shells laid on. Also, the lobby is not air-conditioned but it was not a big thing to us since it was a rainy season at that time we were there.

The rooms, however, were surprisingly nice! It has this modern/minimalist kind of motif. Our room is completely furnished with small 4-seater dining table, mini-fridge, coffee maker, a wardrobe closet, a medium size LCD TV, a writing desk, and some cups and saucers. The king size bed had nice clean, hotel-type linens and fluffy pillows.

The bathroom is sparkling clean and amply supplied with toiletries and towels. However, when showering, the water overflowed through the entire bathroom floor.

Our accommodations come with a 4 complimentary breakfast which you have the option to eat it at the restaurant or in the room. I think you can choose which breakfast menu you might want to have. We opted for the Filipino breakfast meals.

There is supposed to be a free in room Wi-Fi but connection is weak or none at all. I had to go to the main lobby to get a good connection.

The hotel has a swimming pool but we did not have the chance to use it since it was raining the whole time we were there.

Location is in the center of everything but car is still needed to go places.

Spacious parking on site is free of charge.


Ask for rooms on the ground floor for there are no elevators.

For bigger groups, you may opt for the rooms that have a loft.

Business standard rooms have balconies.
the wood carved table with shells …
the check-in/out counter
part of the lobby
couches at the lobby
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cotton_foam says:
Yunni: Oh, Filipino breakfast is usually consists of fried rice with garlic, tocino (some kind of a marinated meat with a hit of salty/sweet flavor) and coffee. Usually banana or mangoes (if in season) or pineapples are serve too. Fried eggs too are some choices or long-ga-nisa (Phil sausage, mixed with lots of garlic in the grind meat...) or fried dried or smoked fish...those are the choices for Filipino breakfast...now a days, bread are also some of the options...
Posted on: Sep 25, 2013
gingerbatik says:
what is Filipino breakfast?
Posted on: Sep 25, 2013
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