1. Hotel
  2. Philippines(4,352 hotel)
  3. Iloilo Province(47 hotel)
  4. Iloilo City(37 hotel)
  5. Iloilo City Proper(16 hotel)
  6. City Corporate Inn

City Corporate Inn

LKI tower Rizal cor. Guanco Streets, Maria Clara, Iloilo City Proper, Iloilo City, Philippines, 5000
Exterior / Building
See all photos
According to 16 guests
Based on 17 traveler reviews

Nearby attractions
Riverside Boardwalk
(2.40 km)
Shops at ATRiA
(2.88 km)
Iloilo Adventure Central - The Iloilo Esplanade
(3.02 km)
(3.59 km)
Review by Traveloka users

9 Traveloka customers have stayed in this hotel and given reviews:

It doesn't show that they don't have parking area when you book. The room has very bad smell. The bedding and curtains are very old. The room also smells cigarette. I had no choice but to book to another hotel. Very disappointed.
The water in the faucet aren't clean, the beddings aren't clean and smells like sweat, the flush isn't working and I even asked for a pail and tabo where it should be automatic that they should have it. When I asked for pail and tabo I needed to follow up twice the only thing that's good to this place is it's location. That's it! Never again in this inn and the WiFi connection is not that good.
Poor shower facility, electrical outlet not working so cannot charge our laptop and mobile phone.
no complimentary water and coffee nor toiletries.
Simple budget with nice room, nice staffs and very strategic location. Thank you City Corporate!
Nice room, convenient location near everywhere, great service from the staffs as well.
Proximity to city center, shopping places and not too far from the airport. Perfect for transit and the service is satisfactory.
Walking-distance to Gaisano Mall, great view from the room, helpful and attentive staffs.
Budget-friendly price in a very convenient location. I would recommend this hotel to any backpackers who want to go to Iloilo City.
Based on
17 reviews
Review from
Solo travel0
Friends getaway4
Rating Result
Very Bad
Very Good
Olivier D
One night
If you expect good rest in this hotel- forget it! We wait to have our room ready for 30 min Small room without window. Very bad smelling bathroom. Super noisy Air conditioning. Horrible sticky leather mattress with dirty sheet! Only the TV was ok actually! I asked at the reception to wake up us at 6h45 am, never get a call...
Couples - Dec 13, 2016
Location is very near the Ortiz port where we needed to be early in the morning so we stayed there. Cheap. We had 2 single beds and I suspect the sheets on one of the beds were not replaced. Curtain was really dirty, with marks of someone wiping it with a wet cloth I think, it was dusty! AC doesn't really get cold enough. Seems that they've been using the same sheets and towels for decades!
Friends getaway - Oct 31, 2016
Ann L
Affordable hotel near Ortiz Port
Plus: Cheap rates (walk-in rate cheaper than agoda) for rooms with aircon, tv and nsuite bathroom with heater. Within walking distance to Ortiz Port (for Guimaras trip), Biscocho House and Ted's. Offers room service and option to order food (with a few tables for eating in the lobby). Can book room for 2, and add P250 for extra person (but, another fee for additional bed). Allows luggage to be left near the reception area for safekeeping after checkout (no storage room, but lobby has cctv). Staff are kind and accommodating. Cons: No toiletries provided except for bathsoap and towel. Mobile signal and wifi connection is difficult inside room. Aircon is weak (in our room). Cleanliness-wise, bathroom could use a little more cleaning (but not so bad). Housekeeping is til 4pm only (we were transferred to another room -with additional payment- because the room we booked was still uncleaned and no more cleaners available). No elevator so a bit difficult if you have lots of luggages in tow (but staff helps in carrying them) Over-all: Good place if you want to stay in that area.
Business - Oct 16, 2016
Iloilo's Version of Bates Motel
My friend did warn me it had a low 2.2 rating on one review site, but since I was travelling with a big group of teachers, and this was the only hotel we could find that offered a family room that could fit 5 or 6, we really didn't have much choice. So we got 2 of that, and two standard rooms. We had arrived past our dinner time, tired and hungry, and so it didn't help to find a receptionist manning the front desk who looked like she was surprised to see us (we had prior reservations, considering), and could not even part with a 'Good evening' to welcome us into the hotel. Her face was unsmiling, her answers were curt, and she couldn't get our room requests straight, considering that we had someone book everything earlier. And then she asked that we fill up 4 sheets of paper with names and phone numbers -- when we felt one name would suffice for the entire group. But she still insisted...Like i said, we were all tired and hungry, and patience was thin--- to the point that our boss finally lost it and started making demands in a loud angry voice. That was our welcome to this tourist city. When we finally settled for the night in our respective rooms, we saw that our room had a square piece of UN-IRONED muggy-looking fabric passing for a curtain, a tiny TV set, and a weak airconditioner. The mattresses were covered in faux leather, which in turn was covered by an old sheet with weak corner garters, so each time I changed my position, the cover would get loose and slide off the leathery mattress-- i spent half the night pulling the sheet back into place. The folks who stayed in the family/suite rooms had a bigger room, big beds, newer curtain, but they still couldn't sleep because the airconditioner was too small for the room (1 horsepower???)! To top it all, just as we were all prepping for an early breakfast, the power was cut and some of us had to finish showering in the dark, packing and dressing up using light from cellphones...because, yeah. There was no generator service. The breakfast area which was the general hotel lobby, actually, was hot and airless. The lone security guard doubled as Housekeeping, breakfast-order 'lister', and bellboy. Iloilo is a very interesting city to visit. However, hotels run like this one should have its license revoked. The city is trying to boost their tourism. Having this in their roster of hotels will certainly not help in that direction. What's awful and dishonest is that the tourism video of this hotel that flashed on the screen at the ferry terminal showed a very different picture from the actual condition of the hotel. Iloilo--- you.Do.Not.Need.Hotels.Like.This.One. Makahuluya.
Friends getaway - Apr 27, 2016
Budget Inn with Cobweb in the ceiling
If you simply need a place to have overnight, this place can be good for you as the rate is budget friendly if you're on a tight budget. But be ready to sleep without air conditioner and with a cobweb in the ceiling. The room is equipped with TV and air con but when you turn on the air conditioner you cannot sleep, it has terrible noise and vibration, so better put it in fan mode, still noisy but lesser and much lesser vibration.Towel, small soap and 1 tissue is the only provided amenities. In our 2 nights stay we experience brown-out, it's a disaster since there are no generator, I have to ask the staff to lend me emergency light almost no avail so he just lend me the emergency light used in ground floor. In fairness, some of its staff are friendly, it also sad to learn that staff are just getting below the rate salary.
Family - Aug 23, 2015
See other reviews

Hotel facility


Hotel policy

  • Public Facilities
    • Parking
    • Early check-in
    • Late check-out
    • Restaurant
  • Hotel Services
    • Early Check-in
    • Late check-out
    • Laundry service
  • General
    • AC
    • Family room
    • Non-smoking room
  • Accessibilty
    • Access friendly
  • Food and Drinks
    • Breakfast
  • Nearby Facilities
    • Shops
  • Connectivity
    • Internet point

      City Corporate Inn is a hotel in a good neighborhood, which is located at Maria Clara.

      The hotel has a very good location, also near the Iloilo International Airport (ILO), which is only 3.59 km away.

      Not only well positioned, but City Corporate Inn is also one of hotels near the following Iloilo International Airport (ILO) within 3.59 km and null within null km.

      About City Corporate Inn

      For you, travelers who wish to travel comfortably on a budget, City Corporate Inn is the perfect place to stay that provides decent facilities as well as great services.

      Splendid service together with wide range of facilities provided will make you complain for nothing during your stay at City Corporate Inn.

      Savor your favorite dishes with special cuisines from City Corporate Inn exclusively for you.

      With all facilities offered, City Corporate Inn is the right place to stay.

      Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
      Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
      Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
      • No onsite parking is available.
      Disclaimer: It is the hotel's responsibility to ensure that all photos are accurate. Traveloka will not be held responsible for any photo inaccuracies.