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Asiablooms Hotel

National Hiway, Barangay Patimbao,, Santa Cruz, Laguna, Philippines, 4009
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24-Hour Front Desk

Nearby attractions
Magdaleno M Palacol Park
(1.04 km)
Pagsawitan Elementary School
(1.05 km)
Garden of Peace Memorial Park
(1.72 km)
Laguna Sports Complex
(1.73 km)
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A Modest but Clean Hotel...Asiablooms
Asiablooms Hotel is a decent but modest hotel along the National Highway in Sta. Cruz, Laguna. One weekend, my family had to attend some legal meetings and we had to lay overnight in the capital. We arrived late at 8pm and our associates were already in the restaurant and just finished dinner. We met with the group of 6 until 9 p.m. and afterwards had dinner of Torta and Hototay in the hotel restaurant. Decent meal and decent prices. After, we booked a room and spent the night. It was a room good for four equipped with a hot shower. Basic necessities were provided for a pack of soap, shampoo and a toothpaste and toothbrush. The room even had TV and with a nice aircon which enabled everyone to have a good night sleep. We even had free breakfast with the room rate. Overall it was a nice good deal.
Business - Nov 10, 2017
Looks good on the outside, but not the inside
1600 pesos for an air con room with no window or view, and very very basic. No hot water, toilet seat and taps broken, old school desk furniture. Had to ask for a sheet/blanket, no TV remote control for a TV from the 1980s. Bathroom floor wet and dirty. Breakfast included but finished at 9am and was cold (eggs, rice, sausage and satchel coffee), with waitress playing loud music. Will not stay there again. Hotel looks good outside, and corridors etc clean and bright, but our room was shabby.
Couples - Nov 19, 2016
Why should I have to Ask?
There are things I expect going to a hotel on a trip. I expect it because I am tired and I assume because its use is so regular for anyone who sleeps on the road it need not be asked at the front desk. Bed and Room. Of course I need a bed otherwise what am I gonna do in a room? The room we got was ground floor, room H2. The bed was sad to say for sharing. Again I am one inch shy of 6 feet and my colleague who rooms with me is around 5 foot 9 but rounder. This time the room worked against us. It was a box. We can get only to one side of the bed. I called dibs on the open side because I always felt I wake up most often in the night to take a piss. My colleague had to crawl from the edge of the bed to lie down. We thought of moving the bed a little more to the middle but we thought against it as we saw a few mosquitoes buzzing around. My colleague reasoned out that corners would be where mosquitoes would hide if we opened up the bed from the wall. What made this room more of a box was the poorly thought presence of furniture. The room had a mini hallway albeit just about the length of the door. When you open the door there lies the table; when the seat is filled you won’t be able to get in without hassle. Other furniture includes a rather useless stand for the TV and a cabinet attached to a large mirror. The mirror actually proved useful as I had some wardrobe difficulties the morning after. Clothes Hanger. I expect some clothes hangers because I have been provided a cabinet; like many cabinets it has that horizontal bar on top of it where you can hook your hangers and your clothes. At the end of the day I just folded my clothes at the bottom while my colleague declared that table by the doorway as his part of the room and deposit his stuff. If that horizontal bar had a wheel I would have rolled my shirt like a poster. Stupid I know but my mind was wandering off asking itself why something so obvious was missing. TV Remote This is probably the third time I saw a room without TV remote and the TV is the old CRT type. Is there an epidemic of stolen remotes I wonder that would explain why hotels keep remotes to themselves? Why do I need to ask something that normally comes with a TV? Soap and Towel Of all those lacking this me and my colleague would eventually ask because out of habit I don’t pack towels anymore much less soap. The hotels provide it for me. It seems the same goes for my colleague. Filipinos love to bathe so why do I need to ask for this? We had a full nights rest first and ask for the towels and soap in the morning. The soap was a small sad homemade looking piece that I almost missed as it was overshadowed by the sachet of toothpaste and shampoo. If I were the owner and I’d want to save some overhead costs I’d lose the toothpaste and toothbrush in this pack. Toothbrush seems more personal that I feel everyone brings their own. For me the towel and soap have to be there no requests needed. What’s good is the Internet. I am not sure what is the optimum range for the house internet, how many rooms it can service, but we had it a room H2. Whenever I woke up, bed sharing making my sleep lighter, I browsed a little with no problems. Breakfast was provided; silog meals are all in all satisfactory. You do have to stand your ground though as to the time they serve. We were first breakfast is served around 8 but we eventually had it around past 7, and it seems some other clients too. Location wise this hotel reminds me of America or at least America in the movies since I haven’t been there wherein there is a long stretch of road and then in the middle pops out a gas station, diner, or in this case a hotel. Go out that lobby and you can catch a bus and other means of transportation. Out there is the main road going to Manila or further and beyond the heart of Laguna. This hotel is in Sta Cruz Laguna; the capital of the Province. Unlike those American hotels in those interstates Sta Cruz is barely 3 hours off Manila. Anyone who goes here goes further forward or finds it acceptable to travel back. In all fairness maybe the items I have outlined would have been available for the asking. Maybe they have kept some things close to the chest until a client says he or she needs it. Perhaps it was all about cutting on overhead costs. Still I have to insist there are things I or any client should not have to ask. Like most Filipinos I take a bath everyday. Soap and towels please.
Business - Jul 21, 2016
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Hotel policy

  • Public Facilities
    • Parking
    • WiFi in public area
    • Restaurant
  • Hotel Services
    • Concierge
    • 24-hour Receptionist
  • General
    • Smoking area

Check-in and Check-out Time

Check-in: 12:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM

Asiablooms Hotel is a hotel in a good neighborhood, which is located at Santa Cruz.

Not only well positioned, but Asiablooms Hotel is also one of hotels near the following International Rice Research Institute within 20.3 km and University of the Philippines-Los Banos within 22.07 km.

About Asiablooms Hotel

Have fun with various entertaining facilities for you and the whole family at Asiablooms Hotel, a wonderful accommodation for your family holiday.

If you plan to have a long-term stay, staying at Asiablooms Hotel is the right choice for you. Providing wide range of facilities and great service quality, this accommodation certainly makes you feel at home.

Asiablooms Hotel is the smartest choice for you who are looking for affordable accommodation with outstanding service.

24-hours front desk is available to serve you, from check-in to check-out, or any assistance you need. Should you desire more, do not hesitate to ask the front desk, we are always ready to accommodate you.

Savor your favorite dishes with special cuisines from Asiablooms Hotel exclusively for you.

WiFi is available within public areas of the property to help you to stay connected with family and friends.

Asiablooms Hotel is a wise choice for travelers visiting Santa Cruz.

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