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Reviewed March 12, 2019 via mobile

Arranged the tour and over night accommodation here, tour guide personnel are good and informative of the island's / Philippines history. A room was charged for triple occupancy and added extra person charge with just literally a mattress on the floor. The inn has 31 rooms with only 9 rooms oocupied at the time of our check in. No cable tv because there's no tv in the rooms unlike stated in the website, no wifi as well and when verified with front desk staff she said wifi is for office only and to just make a review and comment about it. Food in the playa restaurant is not prepared in the restaurant itself but somewhere else that it's being sent via a truck to bring the foods up, so better pre order, the restaurant staff are good enough to explain for the long wait and they are nice too. Bring insect repellent as well for you will also be accompanied with mosquitoes in the room. On our second day, in the morning, we received a call that lunch will be served at once only at 11am, lunch is served away from the inn, so had to explain that we will avail of our lunch at 12nn immediately after check out so that free time for swimming and rest won't be cut short. Over all, tour with the registered tour guide went well, and guests will have to adjust with the time of the hotel staff if you will not communicate your concerns firmly plus service people needs considerable training

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Traveled on business
Thank Cva1003
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Reviewed February 20, 2019

Stayed here with my brother and cousin from February 18-19, 2019. Their comfortable beds and great air-conditioning system earned them a rating of 5 IMHO. After experiencing the day tour heat, coming to a cool room is a relief. The staff thoughtfully turned it on for us (insert Chuck Norris with thumb up here).

Loved the peppermint oatmeal soap they provided but the honey mint shampoo made my hair dry (probably need to ask Ilog Maria for a shampoo/conditioner combo). Toothbrush and shower caps are also provided. Towels they provided shed. I kept brushing bits of the towel off my clothes and comb.

Plated dinner and breakfast were good although my side dish of corn for dinner was a bit salty. Buffet lunch is together with the people on the historical tram tour so be prepared to get little choice when you're late for lunch.

Swimming pool is out of order but they'll always have the beach for swimming. No TV in the room but you can ask the front desk what movies they have available and you can watch it in their conference room. There's only one conference room so you get stuck with the movie choice of whoever got there first. Their library has limited book titles and it's not air-conditioned so you have to make do with an electric fan.

The extra charge of P550 for outdoor activities was worth it, especially the memorable morning hiking activity inside a tunnel the Japanese soldiers used. If you like hiking and nature, this place is for you.

Date of stay: February 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank MikoReznor
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Reviewed December 11, 2018

An overnight stay at Corregidor Inn provides an excellent conclusion to the guided tour of Corregidor Island. The Inn has been recently fully renovated. The rooms are nicely appointed with king size beds in double rooms, a desk and well maintained private bathrooms. The inhouse restaurant is pleasantly decorated but the choice of meals for dinner is limited to three. Breakfasts were nutritious and adequate. Lunches are not available at the Inn but a variety of snacks may be purchased. At the time of staying, the swimming pool was not in use. There is a library for guest use and a range of board games are made available, No TV or wifi makes for a quiet, relaxing and therapeutic time away from hectic city life.

Room tip: Third floor rooms offer the best views.
Date of stay: December 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank alanamy69
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Reviewed November 20, 2018 via mobile

My dad was a veterans of the wars in Vietnam and i grow up hearing stories about wars how he gets injured and all so i joint my aunt that comes from abroad who wants to see this place and I’m so amazed how it gets ruin the place some bomb are still there at the same spot haha from angeles city my uncle just drive going here from morong exit to bataan its only 1 day tour visit the place is worth to visit if your into wars history from 1941 year the boat cost around 2,500 -3,500 all day waiting and i will suggest bring your own food haha there no store in the place there is on the way back we found restaurant the hotel and some stores but only junk foods and water soft drinks bring umbrella it was so hot tour for a day and always carry a water to drinks it was big place to walk around wear comfort shoes too

Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Traveled with family
8  Thank vonvoyageButterfly
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Reviewed August 31, 2018

The rooms were nice with an old-fashioned charm. No TV. Bathrooms are decent. Food is very very basic and limited to 2-3 choices only and served cold. All the activities that they advertised were not available, i.e. no Malinta tunnel visit at night, swimming pool off limits, beach - impossible to swim in with the pollution and waves, bambikes were under repair, no kayaking. The only thing we could do was play some board games they lent us. Basically, we stayed overnight with absolutely nothing to do except play board games and we felt trapped there. It was good bonding time for us but we could have done it elsewhere. I wish they warned us when we were booking that the advertised activities were not available - if we were still willing to stay there at the full rate - so we could have made an informed decision to do the day tour instead of staying overnight.

Date of stay: July 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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1  Thank gitay_g
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