Casa Linda Inn: Where to stay in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines
Published: April 2011. For a a lot more updated guide, visit: Puerto Princesa travel Guide.
The bad Traveler’s daddy was from Puerto Princesa City in Palawan. It is one of my preferred cities in the Philippines since of its unequaled appeal as well as unparalleled cleanliness. So when my buddies advised me to take them to Puerto Princesa, I was a lot more than ecstatic to show them around.
Casa Linda wasn’t our very first option when we were planning our trip. I had been to Puerto Princesa a number of times as well as I always stayed at either my relatives’ home or PADS by legend Hotels. PADS is Legend’s offer to budget plan travelers, yet the spaces as well as the service don’t look “budget” at all. So it was not unusual that I wished to stay right here again. Unfortunately, there were no spaces offered for our selected dates so we were required to look for another.
Finding one more budget plan hotel or inn was not easy. I likewise tried Microtel however they were likewise completely booked. however after hours of rummaging the world large web, we made a decision to provide Casa Linda a try.
Casa Linda is a little household hotel at the heart of Puerto Princesa, along Trinidad road near Rizal Ave. I don’t believe it’s that widely known since when we went to the tricycle station ideal in front of the flight terminal as well as asked the motorist to take us there, he had to ask one more motorist where it was exactly. However, we were thrilled to discover that the hotel was just 10 minutes from the airport.
Inspired by Pinoy architecture, Casa Linda’s building as well as its furniture are developed in bamboo as well as wood. It truly has a homey atmosphere. At its center is a adorable garden where you can hang. They likewise have a restaurant serving Pinoy dishes at an okay price. When we went into our rooms, we were thrilled since they were clean although the light was a bit dim. The restroom inside was likewise clean. The space we booked had two single beds at P900 per night. That’s P450 per night per person. Razoável.
Casa Linda restaurant
Casa Linda lobby. There are a great deal of magazines here. as well as people leave their slippers at the door since the floor was just as well shiny!
One thing that I truly liked about Casa Linda was the service. even while we were speaking on the phone for reservations, they were friendly as well as their answers were consistent. They even accommodated us when I needed to fee my iPhone. My wall charger got damaged at one point in the trip as well as I observed that one of the personnel had a laptop.
I believe it’s co-owned by Matthew Mendoza (the celebrity). I had that hunch early on when I deposited by preliminary repayment to their account as well as the name of the account owner was Matthew Mendoza. We even saw him one morning with his family.
Note that what we desired was a inexpensive hotel near Puerto Princesa’s top restaurants Ka Lui as well as Kinabuchs. We believed that it would be much a lot more practical for us to select a hotel near restaurants since we truly wished to try these two restos. however if you want a hotel at the beach, Casa Linda is definitely not for you.
Would I suggest Casa Linda? Hmmm. I will always suggest PADS by legend hotels however if it’s completely booked, Casa Linda would be a great alternative.
How to get here: Take a tricycle from Puerto Princesa airport. just tell the motorist that you desire to go to Casa Linda. It’s just 5 minutes away.
Contact Numbers: 048-433-2606 or 048-433-2309.
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