Kabayan Hotel Pasay: "Same Hospitality For Premium & Budget Rooms" Top 5 Page for this destination Pasay City Hotel Tip by cyndymc
Pasay City Hotels: 8 reviews and 25 photos
I have not personally stayed at Kabayan Hotel Pasay because our house is near Metro Manila, but I usually refer friends and relatives there so they can have a taste of genuine Filipino hospitality. At Kabayan Hotel Pasay, there is a room that will fit different individuals' budget and taste. Whether a guest opts to stay in its posh premium rooms or its modest dormitory, they will be accorded the same warm hotel service.
So far, my contacts like staying at Kabayan Hotel Pasay because it is strategically located near the MRT,LRT & Bus Stations. Also, it is only a few minutes away from banks, SM MOA, Manila Historical sites and the airports.
Unique Qualities: There are different types of rooms to choose from. For budget travelers, the dormitory is usually the choice; many transit guests, salesmen, etc. stay there. It can accommodate 6 people in the 3 double deck beds. Each guest is provided with an individual locker and study lamp, and complimentary set breakfast and lunch, too. For more privacy and comfort, the budget traveler can get the single bed pad with study table, complimentary set breakfast and lunch. There's also a 2-single bed pad with the same amenities. Airport pick-up for guests taking the pads or dormitory can be arranged for a minimal fee. (It used to be P300, but might have changed.)
There are Superior, Premium, De Luxe and Family Rooms, too. The rooms rates are already inclusive of free breakfast & lunch and free airport pick-up. Check the website for updated rates and promos. Sometimes, they have special weekend rates.
Address: Corner EDSA & Buendia, Pasay City
Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: Coming from EDSA Makati, it is on the right side. You won't miss it at the MRT Station.
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