The Henry Hotel Review

2013-12-29T13:32:26+08:00 December 29th, 2013FeaturedVIEW ON MAP

It’s worthy to be called House of Cebu, and it’s a boutique hotel showcasing luxury and elegance that is very Cebu-like in character—cosmopolitan, classy, warm, and daring. The House of Cebu Boutique Hotel—also known as The Henry Hotel—sits along Paseo Saturnino or Maria Luisa Road in Cebu City, which is in the bustling vicinity of Banilad.



The hotel has 38 rooms surrounded by unique and curiosity arousing decors, all done in classy styles and highlighting the single elegance of the hotel. Don’t be surprised to find unlikely murals, Moroccan designs, European vintage furnishings, or even a Volkswagen beetle on one of the hotel’s 6 floors. All these are provided for an enjoyable and memorable stay at The House of Cebu Boutique Hotel.

Rooms are of 5 kinds, distinguished from one another by their sizes: 2 types of Big Rooms, 2 types of Large Rooms, and 2 types of Extra Large Rooms, all designed for 2 occupants each. If these are not enough, the hotel has extras—two types of Double Extra Large Rooms! They are air-conditioned, designed and furnished elegantly, and with impressive bathroom and toilet designs that would suffice for a lounge area. WiFi access is free.


The Henry Hotel is full of striking amenities that make guests want to stay for another day. Aside from absorbing wall paintings from French creators like Delphine Grout de Lorme and other décor elements that never fail to astound guests, it has a commendably designed Rica’s Restaurant, a night club, salon, bar and pub, the Virus Boutique, an enchanting lobby, family room, coffee shop, a concierge, and shops, to name a few.

There’s an inviting outdoor swimming pool, a poolside bar, garden, and massage service. There’s WiFi in common areas, an elevator to service all 6 floors, room service, meeting facilities, shuttle service, and airport transfer. Parking is available.

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