We went to this hotel in November 2013. The hotel itself is in the main square of Banaue and you can't miss it. The price is quite high both for the Philipino average and for the service offered. The room was clean but was lacking of the power plugs to recharge our stuff. The food served in the restaurant was lower than the good Philippino food that I've got accustomed during my travelling. By the way, the lyophilized soups (asparagus, mushrooms) were badly cooked and they still had chucks of unmolten powder inside. Anyway, the sight is gorgeous and it's nice to see the valley at dawn. About the personnel they were cold and there were lots of people that tried to drag us with their overpriced tours. Sometimes we had fun to pass by the same person 5-6 times and listen all the times the question "What's you plan for today"?. Another weird thing is their curfew. Their kitchen stops working at 20.30 PM, the gate close at 21.00 PM like forcing you to eat there, otherwise, you'll be locked outside. But sometimes, they close the gate even at 20.30 PM. By the way, they even close the door to the balcony, so people are locked-in, like in prison. Time to sleep, turn the lights off and shut up. Old people need to sleep. That's what it sounds like.
- Also Known As:
- Sanafe Hotel Banaue