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    Default Best place to stay/dine in Dumaguete

    Hello everyone,

    I plan to go back to Dumaguete this coming July. The last time I went to Dumaguete was in 2007, but we stayed in Dauin. I'm looking for a cheap accommodation (with wifi h/c shower, tv, a/c)? And would like also to know, what's the best place to dine in.

    Thanks a lot

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    Is being cheap the only requirement you are looking for? How about the area? Do you need a pool? So on and so forth...

    You might want to check this place out:
    http://www.agoda.com/asia/philippines/dumaguete_negros_oriental/island_s_leisure_hotel.html
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    t's new and in a quiet area, halfway between downtown and the airport. Easy to book thru agoda, and the staff seemed friendly when I went there to visit the place. Have not seen their rooms in person, tho...




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    ... or you save the money for paying an agent and take advantage of the opening discounts here:

    Island's Leisure Boutique Hotel - Dumaguete City

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    I love my agoda points Rhoody, but how do we avail of their opening discount?

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    you tell them... they promote it on their flyer.

    be aware that some of the contact details of their own website are wrong, like phone-number or have a typo and your mail will not be send to them
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    kokooos nest at antulang, siaton is the cheapest of them all and quiet peacefull environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newbie27 View Post
    kokooos nest at antulang, siaton is the cheapest of them all and quiet peacefull environment.
    And the road getting there is crap but worth all the effort,great home made Brit food and good prices. Private beach and good to snorkel on the reef.
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    I have just stayed in dumaguete for a few days for a wedding, We stayed in the Bethel hotel on the boulevard.
    I must say that it was one of the nicest hotels in the Philippines that i have stayed in { been living in & around the Philippines for 24 years }
    Very clean ,Staff freindly & attentive Efficient check in & out, Exstensive room service & resaraunt menu which was well done, Under ground parking. good A/C, Imaculate bathroom offering brand name toiletries. Cable TV
    Absolutly NO complaints , must be a first for me here !.
    Cost ?we paid P1100 a night for a double room Fair enough for what was provided.
    As they say you get what you pay for & I consider this a place worth staying in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadking View Post
    Cost ?we paid P1100 a night for a double room .
    Roadking, you intrigue me here, How did you Book? I was quoted 1700 per night, through the booking agent they now use.I am due Home on the 30th June and thought we Might have a night to ourselves before the onslaught of the Family. If they still accept bookings on line Direct, maybe i will give them another try. each time I went to the Bethel Site it redirected me to Bookings.com Ah well, heres Hopeing!
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    I just went to the BethelGuestHouse.com website, and the reservations page says nothing about Bookings.com.

    A double regular room is p1100 on their Rooms page
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