As if I’ve never had enough of my first ever Mindanao trip to GenSan here, here, here, here and here (yes, five links *wink*), the universe conspired and sent me there again for a training. This time, we were billeted at the RoadHaus Hotel owned by no less than Philippine Boxing Hero, Rep. Emmanuel Pacquiao of Saranggani Province.
Upon arrival, we discovered that our booked room were still occupied so we were instead brought temporarily to the Pacquiao Suite. We stayed there for a night. In photo is our real room where we transferred the next day. The suite had one king size and a single bed, this one’s got three single beds enough for me and two other colleagues.
Our room’s furnished with an LED TV where we watched cable or movies from a USB. It’s also got a sala set and a coffee table set so our room’s really that big. The only difference from the Pacquiao Suite is a little more space plus water heater for your coffee. Cool!
The restroom’s the usual ones with a cold and hot shower. I find the tile design cute.
And our bottled water is named Pacman, with the photo of the People’s Champ and all, you can look at him while drinking from the bottle. The mug I guess comes from Madam Jinkee’s café as described below.
Named after Pacquiao’s queen, Jinkee, Kee’s Café is where our buffet breakfasts were served. On our last day before flight, we inquired for lunch (at our cost, since only breakfast is part of our free food) but opted not to because of the prices (either mahirap lang kami o mahirap lang talaga kami )
The hotel lobby where the front desk is located is furnished with the Pacquiao family’s photos which makes the ambience feel very much home-like. Some Manny Pacquiao branded apparel and souvenirs are available for sale.
Just before we were ferried by the hotel’s van service, yes they even fetched us upon arrival, my friends helped me take these photos at the RoadHaus signage, with the owner and at the front desk.
Find out more about RoadHaus Hotel at http://roadhaushotelgensan.com/
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