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Iriga Plaza Hotel

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Reviewed 28 November 2016

We almost had a 12-hour trip and the rude front desk told us that we don't have reservation. I told her that I reserved to their staff which I even gave the name.They confirmed that that was their staff on duty when I made a reservation but unfortunately she was on day off that day. So I suggested them to...

Thank cristeta
Denver, Colorado
Reviewed 10 June 2016 via mobile

The positives: centrally located, very friendly staff, breakfast was very tasty, some of the rooms are very nice (given the price and location). Downsides: water temperature regulation varies by room (my mom's room only had very, very hot water), some rooms are very loud (definitely ask for one not close to the road), and wifi only works in the lobby....

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Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

Iriga Plaza Hotel is a colonial ancestral house-inspired hotel. At first, you'll think its a product of adaptive re-use - an actual ancestral house that was converted to a hotel. But, upon inquiry, we learned that it was actually envisioned to be a quaint hotel. The hotel is clean and comfortable enough for tourists. The bed and pillows are soft...

Thank Bellallaloocha
Reviewed 2 April 2016 via mobile

POSSIBLY THE WORST STAY OF ANY VISIT i have stayed here on many occasions before however the hotel is going down hill and service are very poor Wifi although advertised in all rooms is only available at reception. No hot water all the stay reported first day never fixed. Had to ask everyday for towels and toiletries. Poor service. Breakfast...

1Thank Jon E
Orlando, Florida
Reviewed 2 July 2015

My brothers and I spent over a week at this hotel. Iriga is a small city and has very little choices with respect to hotel rooms. I have stayed at this hotel on a couple of other visits. The one advantage that I saw with this hotel was that it had a generator for the frequent blackouts this area experiences....

1Thank nortanes
Reviewed 13 February 2014

It's located in the center of the city, walking distance from eateries, spa and salon, markets, church and a grotto of the Virgin Mary. It's a beautiful hotel, with lots of wood and light. From the outside, it looks well-preserved. Inside, it's homey and warm, with wooden floors, capiz windows. However, the aircon in our room is old and was...

1Thank ManilaEntM
Manila, Philippines
Reviewed 1 October 2013

The staff, whilst friendly, appeared a little clueless, and the lady at reception seemed in a rush to give me the key to avoid the need to exchange further dialogue. As such I had to seek additional/relevant information from her (breakfast included? if so where? etc). On arrival in my room I was greeted by 2 single/twin beds (I'd asked...

3Thank Derbal
Pasig, Philippines
Reviewed 17 November 2012

I recently went to Iriga for the first time with my husband for a business trip, and considering how small it is, I was surprised to find at a hotel that offered good service, proper facilities, and a homey ambiance. Upon our arrival, we were greeted by warm smiles from everybody, from the doorman to the concierge, and were accompanied...

6Thank MVM02
Moab, Utah, United States
Reviewed 13 November 2012

I was certainly not expecting any kind of luxurious hotels during my stay in Iriga. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find this beautiful hotel that a friend suggested for me and my girlfriend to stay. My first impression of the exterior was of a classy Hotel back at home in the U.S. in San Fancisco - which I certainly...

1Thank Tyler R
Pasay, Philippines
Reviewed 12 September 2012

To enjoy the charm of this hotel, one must not have big city standards and great expectations. Iriga is a small town, and Iriga Plaza Hotel is one of the few available decent places to stay. We were part of a group, our family convoy of several vehicles, and we booked many rooms, from the single basic rooms for our...

3Thank NikkiBC

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Address: Iriga City, Luzon 4431, Philippines
Region: Philippines > Luzon > Bicol Region > Camarines Sur Province > Iriga City
Number of rooms: 28
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“Inquire about their aircon first, and also whether you want a room near the road.”
ManilaEntM, 12 Feb 2014 | Read review
“It seemed from my experience that Iriga City closes by 9pm, and as such I can't imagine room selection matters, certainly in respect to noise from traffic, though as always in the Phils noise is relevant, so get a room at the back of the hotel.”
Derbal, 1 Oct 2013 | Read review
“There are no elevators, only stairs - some rooms can be far from the lobby (like ours), we had to snake our way through winding stairs and corridors. My parents asked for a room near the lobby so they don't need to walk far. Ask to see your room first, so you can gauge the distance. The layout of the hotel is rather unconventional - we had difficulty finding the rooms of the parties in our group.”
NikkiBC, 11 Sep 2012 | Read review
“Ask before check-in if you can see the rooms.”
oriwan69, 1 Sep 2012 | Read review
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