Gohotels: A review

For individuals needing an affordable yet quality place to stay for a night or two in Metro Manila, gohotels is one good choice. For 888pesos (advanced booking), one can reserve a room (good for 2) for a one-night stay.

Nested along the bustling highway that is EDSA, Gohotels is just a few meters away from MRT-Boni Avenue Station and is beside Robinson’s Pioneer.

Gohotels perhaps stands by the adage to live by the basics only. And true enough, it only gives us what is essential in a hotel — in-room safe, private bath with hot and cold showers, aircon unit, 2 bath towels, foot towels, single use soap and shampoo with conditioner, sanitary bag and tissue paper, 22 inch LCD TV with cable, free wi-fi in rooms (?, it wasn’t working when we were there) and on the lobbies, and high quality non-allergenic pillows.

There is no room service and if you want your room made up, you have to request the staff and it comes with a fee. And for meals and other necessities, one can opt for Mini-stop 24-hour Convenience store and Tokyo Cafe, which are in the same building (Robinsons Cybergate Plaza).

Here are some photos we took while we stayed there for a night because we had an early morning flight the next day.

The hotel rooms are actually only on the 5th and 6th floors of the building.

Free wifi use in the lobby.

A view of the corridor.

Comfy pillows and clean white sheets.

Room with a view, please.

You see the leaf-shaped piece of cardboard in the middle of the bed? You have to place that on top of the bed if you want room clean-up (500pesos).

Rain shower head and handheld shower.

Overall, gohotels is on top of the list when you want extra mileage for your cash. It’s clean, comfortable, and complete! Great way to put your budget on your priority without compromising comfort and quality.


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