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Roxas President's Inn | A Charming Hotel in Roxas City, Capiz



A month before I just planned to visit Olotayan Island I do research but there is no information online about on how to get there via public transportation, so I spend a night in Roxas President’s Inn before my target day, just to ask  their tourism office.





Upon entering the building a sweet smile from the security guard to attentive staff. They very approachable and listen to their guest needs. They more than willing to help, it comes to your needs from Destination that you will not be missed before leaving the province to the restaurant that fresh seafood serve.



I was in Magsaysay Suite on the second floor of the building and each room is named after the President of the Philippines. The room is very spacious with 1 king size bed , 40 inches flat screen TV, Mini bar, Air-conditioned, Telephone, Hot and Cold shower with toiletries. The bed is comfy with duvet set-up.







After I checked in, I went to their Provincial tourism office to inquire about the Olotayan Island, but unfortunately I did not push through to visit the island because of expensive fare.



I went back to my hotel and enjoying the room. I like this hotel because is charming vibe and experiencing the old life way back as I can see the old furniture and news paper hanging in the wall. They also have a small restaurant in the lobby for their complimentary breakfast.




OTHER INFORMATION:

ROXAS PRESIDENT'S INN
Address: Corner of Rizal & Lopez Jeana St., Roxas City
Contact number: +63.6210.208, +63. 6213.376
Email Address: contact@roxaspresidentsinn.com




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