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Tacloban, Philippines
Reviewed 5 November 2016

My workmates and I were planning to go swimming but just in downtown area so that its very accessible to all of us. There we found Hotel Alejandro, we went to the check in clerk said if where the pool is. said the clerk its at rooftop, we went straight up to the top floor where we can have small...

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Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 November 2016

I have used the Alejandro many times and this again was an enjoyable experience. The food is good,the room comfortable, the service excellent. The staff are just wonderful nothing is ever too much trouble. a pleasure to stay there.

1Thank Lesfly
Makati, Philippines
Reviewed 30 August 2016 via mobile

Based on photos and reviews, Hotel Alejandro is an old hotel, which gave me the impression that it may be hosting some long-time in-house "guests." Upon arriving at the hotel, I didn't feel anything eerie at all. Hotel Alejandro has an old world charm. It's added value can be found in the countless photos that hang on the walls -...

Reviewed 2 July 2016 via mobile

hotel alejandro has a very distinct facade, i almost thought its creepy when i was booking it online because of the old looking facilities. on the 3rd floor (i think) they got a mini museum plus every floor they have a framed photos and literatures which is impressing to me. i read all of it actually. the food is great...

1Thank Lhai A
Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 17 May 2016

What can't be said about this place? It has charm, history, charisma, style and the price is excellent. We had the Executive Suite because, well why not? Not something we would normally do, but the price is so reasonable and you get a lovely large room and giant bath plus a shower. And the price is not heaps more than...

Thank Peter B
Quezon City, Philippines
Reviewed 23 April 2016 via mobile

Hotel Alejandro is iconic for its historical features. Entrance of the hotel is a 100-year old ancestral home of the Montejo family. Brimming with pictures dating back to the 1940s, it provides a historical background of the province during World War II. Rooms and accomodations are very basic but clean. We paid 2100 pesos for twin sharing. Wifi is slow...

3Thank Drishti111
Angeles City, Philippines
Reviewed 21 February 2016

A cross between a Spanish Mission, a WWII museum, and a hotel. Excellent all around. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. Had my suit pressed for a wedding the next day after a late arrival, and needed a 'rush service' after hours. They had it done in half an hour for only 90 Pesos (included rush fee). Excellent and very economically...

3Thank dgkurz
Reviewed 16 February 2016 via mobile

We stayed at the Alejandro whilst doing charity work at a local community centre in Tacloban. We really enjoyed our stay! We had a luxury room which had 3 beds, one double, one single and one camp bed style single. The camp bed was very uncomfortable however the rest of the beds were lovely to sleep in. The bathroom was...

3Thank Molly S
Houston, Texas
Reviewed 28 January 2016 via mobile

Stayed at a superior de luxe room @ P2600/night. Here's a list of included items (amenities?) such as a: 1) boisterous room air-conditioner with minimal cool air; 2 ) non-operational & moldy mini-fridge; 3) bathroom sans outlet & exhaust fan; 4 ) musty pillow & pillowcases; 5) threadbare hand & bath towels; 6) "glutinous" wood floors; 7) putrid smell of...

1Thank CrimsonGrey
Reviewed 18 January 2016 via mobile

I am a Leyteño but i have never been to Hotel Alejandro. FYI this hotel is the same place where The Famous Gen Douglas Macarthur make a residence while he was in Leyte. Naturally at the lobby it was full of memorabilia where I enjoyed making rounds of them. The staff are courteous and lovely. I am a principal sponsor...

2Thank Pcpau

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Address: Paterno Street, Tacloban, Leyte Province 6500, Philippines
Region: Philippines > Visayas > Leyte Island > Leyte Province > Tacloban
Number of rooms: 62
Also Known As:
Alejandro Hotel Tacloban
Hotel Alejandro Tacloban, Leyte Island
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“rooms on the sides have balcony which is great for smokers!”
marygoldtano, 5 Nov 2016 | Read review
“I find the deluxe rooms have the best value for money”
Lesfly, 3 Nov 2016 | Read review
“If you have the budget check out the Executive Suite, or the Bridal Suite. Not really expensive and good value.”
X3954IDpeterb, 16 May 2016 | Read review
“I always pick higher floors to get away from the street noise.”
dgkurz, 21 Feb 2016 | Read review
“Only four stories high, you might want an upper floor to be closer to the pool.”
C995CMthomasd, 24 Sep 2015 | Read review
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