Laag-Laag sa Cebu (Part 18): A Better Stay in Bayfront Hotel in Cebu

One of the perks of traveling with the Boss is that I got the chance to sleep in a decent hotel. It is natural that bosses do not want to sleep in any cheap hotel like the one I considered as the worst Cebu hotel that I slept in years ago.

I am lucky during my latest travel to Cebu City because the Boss chose to stay in Bayfront Hotel Cebu.

Bayfront Hotel Cebu

A step into the hotel lobby and I can confidently say Bayfront Hotel Cebu is the best hotel that I ever entered in the Province of Cebu.

Lobby of Bayfront Hotel Cebu

I was given Bayfront Hotel Cebu’s Superior Room that has two beds because I will be staying with another co-worker.

Our room in Bayfront Hotel Cebu

Our room had a flat screen TV, hot and cold shower, and other common amenities that can be found in similar hotels. WiFi connection is also available but the signal in our room is poor so I was not able to use it that much.

I like the subdued colors and earth tone of our room. It gives our place a down-to-earth and relaxing atmosphere.

Some freebies in Bayfront Hotel Cebu

Good thing that Bayfront Hotel Cebu provided an electric kettle, which we used for making coffee before we go to the workshop/seminar held in the hotel’s function room.

The doughnuts in the ceiling always catch my attention whenever I waited for the elevator.

Doughnuts in Bayfront Hotel Cebu

One of the advantages of sleeping in Bayfront Hotel Cebu is it is conveniently located near SM City Cebu. I only spent a short time walking to SM to buy groceries and other things that I need. The hotel is also conveniently located near jeepney terminals going to popular spots in Cebu City like the Magellan’s Cross and the Minor Basilica of the Sto. Niño.

SM City Cebu as viewed from our room in Bayfront Hotel Cebu

All in all, I had a good stay in Bayfront Hotel Cebu. The hotel staff are courteous and attentive to our needs, especially during our workshop/seminar. They even helped us find a van-for-hire that will take us to the Temple of Leah.


Leave a comment with Facebook or regular comment box below.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Comments are very much welcome. However, I reserve the right to delete comments that contains spam.

Also drop by my other blog: Ahab Reviews and Tips - my tips and reviews blog.