Hotel Le Carmen Cebu Review

2013-10-14T07:42:43+08:00 October 14th, 2013Featured

It feels like being in one of the steel-rail balconied multilevel apartment-type residences in the Mediterranean overlooking the sea. But inside, Hotel Le Carmen Cebu has a touch of native Cebu subtly mixed with the pervasive Mediterranean color. But notwithstanding its slightly foreign appeal, the hotel is among affordable lodgings found in the city.

This 5-level hotel stands conspicuous along Juana Osmena Street in Camputhaw, Cebu City. Aside from its unique wrought iron balconies and tropical landscape, what catch guests’ attention to Hotel Le Carmen are the pleasing staff and the warm interior.


Each room at Hotel Le Carmen is equipped with comfort and relaxation facilities like full air-conditioning, cable TV, free Wi-Fi, and hot and cold water supply, which also goes for the toilet and bath facilities. The interior design and furnishings are inspired with tropical elegance backdropped against an unmistakably Mediterranean hint in the overall room treatment. The room balcony looks out to a good view of the city and is ideal for relaxing morning coffee breaks.

Hotel Amenities and Proximity

Hotel Le Carmen has 24-hour security, money changer, a convenient store, free Wi-Fi, and a small fridge can be requested in your room.

It is conveniently situated near tourist destinations like the historic Fuente Circle, as well as restaurants, shops, and grocery stores. Within easy distance [and just along the street] are the Mango Square Mall, Pinoy Native Wine House, and National Bookstore. Restaurants in the vicinity are Penong’s and William Ninoy’s Payag. Alejandro’s Filipino Resto is just a few corners away. For a relaxing treat, Thewi Thai Massage is also nearby.


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