Villa Inez Pension House Review

2013-12-29T18:13:12+08:00 December 29th, 2013FeaturedVIEW ON MAP

Homey, well-ventilated, and basic—these are the first three impressions that describe Villa Inez Pension House to most guests. But of course, there is more. If you are the practical type looking for a simple but decent place to stay while touring Cebu City, Villa Inez Pension House may be it. Located at the corner of Andres Abellana and Bacayo Streets in Cebu City, booking in this pension house puts you right in the center of town, being near the Cebu Provincial Capitol. That makes everything easy.

Lobby and Rooms

The open lobby is bright and airy, with varnished wall panels on one side and the wide opening protected by iron grills on the other and which looks out to the garden. There are 8 basic rooms, all provided with air-conditioning, decent beds, basic furnishings, private toilet and bathroom, and tidy surroundings. A TV set can be enjoyed as an add-on. And part of the hotel amenity is the relaxing ambience that makes everything feel like home.

Places Worth Seeing Near Villa Inez

From Villa Inez Pension House, sightseeing Cebu City is quite convenient. Being a walking distance to both V. Rama Avenue and the provincial capitol, the pension house is easy to access and public transport is easily available. Even the Canada Consulate is just a few steps from it. Guests may also visit Nichols Park, Chu Un Temple, and the Ayala Center.

There are a lot of nearby eateries in the vicinity of Villa Inez Pension House. A bit up north is the CNT Lechon. Down south is the Zao Restaurant, Tara’s Café, Moon Café, and Dong Juan. Just a bit farther are AA’s Barbecue, Golden Gisangag Express, and Lola Eats.

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