Microtel Inn & Suites UP Technohub
Commonwealth Ave., Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila
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we woke up by 7:30 and headed right at millies, the restaurant part of the hotel.
we were lucky to arrive early because there were only a handful of people eating and we were able to choose our seats.
there were six main food choices, corned beef, grilled sausage, fish fillet, eggs, stir fried string beans and fried rice.
on the side they have chicken macaroni soup, bread with jams and butter, cereals, fruit salad and watermelon. I think they also offer orange juice but it is upon request as most of their amenities like our slippers and bottled water...
in fairness with the food, i enjoyed the fried rice and corned beef the most, there is this feeling of home, it reminded me of my mom when she cooks delimondo for breakfast. the coffee was great but i had to ask for refills because they serve it on a very tiny cup.
the service was efficient, they would replace my plate once they feel that i am done. they are very nice and approachable and even volunteered to take our groupfie.
would i recommend their breakfast?
yes because it comes with the room! hehe
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FOOD:-haven't tried yet
i was able to book us a staycation at microtel UP technohub for dec 22-23, after buying some chips and soda from trinoma, we hailed a grab cab to drive us to microtel. At the frontdesk, the lady was nice, she gave us the keycard right after verifying my online booking.
the room costs 3288 pesos, it has two queen beds a flat screen TV and a closet with safe. the bathroom has complementary shampoo, soap, toothbrush and towels. A Big plus that i always look for in a hotel bathroom is a bidet, which they have.
a small ref is available upon request.
The hotel food is a bit expensive so we decided to go to maginhawa instead, anyway we have a complementary buffet breakfast tomorrow.
i'll upate this post tomorrow.. i think they have a pool at the roof deck
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We visited last July 18 since typhoon Glenda caused our power supply to be cut off for 3 days already so we decided to check in at a nearby hotel. Lucky for us they opened last July 15, I think.
The hotel is not that big. I think it only houses more or less 120 rooms. Since it is a new building the place is veeeery clean. It actually still smells a little bit of paint, I think. Just like any other hotel they have function rooms and has one (so far?) restaurant called Millie's. However, they don't have a pool.
There aren't a lot of furnitures in the room which makes it spacious and really clean. Although the view outside the window is not a beachfront and there weren't any balconies, the reading nook beside the window is a plus for me.
The breakfast included was also nice. Maybe not the best but enough for a boost of energy in the morning.
The staff were also very nice. Though at the time of check out I think the staff didn't really check the room thorougly bringing us a little bit of inconvenience. I just hope they do something about this. Also, it took us a long time checking out since there were a lot of people and they weren't able to accomodate them efficiently.
As for the rates, it is not that too expensive but it is also not that cheap. Given their rates, I just hope there would be more amenities just like a small pool or jacuzzi, I guess. A play place for the kids or a small gym inside the hotel. They have just started operating so I guess they can still offer more.
All in all, it was good to know that there is a good hotel nearby. If they would further up their amenities and their staff training, we'd go back to check it out again. I actually left a suggestion/comment at our room and we also received a 50% discount coupon, so I would really like to check it out again.
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