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DJ Paradise Hotel

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Mc Arthur Hi-way, Dakila, Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines, 3000
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Swimming Pool
Elevator
Restaurant
WiFi

Nearby attractions
Malolos Cathedral
(2.78 km)
Nuestra Señora Dela Asuncion
(7.21 km)
Meycauayan College
(18.23 km)
Savemore Market
(18.26 km)
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JingReyHenderson
Too Pricey for a Too Hot Room
I have paid for 3,360 pesos for a night of scourging heat! the only consolation you'll get is a spacious room which can house at least 6 persons! But you wouldn't want a crowd to be all too sweaty during the long night! The shower would take 48 years to heat up though and boy when it did! It's Good Friday all over again! And lastly, why can't it get to be a little lighted! It seems that at 7am, it is still 8pm since the lights won't light up! Oh! the water in the faucet tastes like the sea is just around the corner! And oh! The closets should have remained to be walls! The smell is so foul and just seeing them is enough for a nightmare! Since I have just gone from a very bad bus trip, this could have been the best escape ever... but the sooner I realized this was a mistake, and that it's never worth the price I've paid for, I could have run to another hotel if not because it's already too late to find another one... and the hotel staff is never helpful! The security guard was enjoying too much his movies over his android phone to give even a smile!
Business - Apr 18, 2017
Dave C
Worste Hotel I have stayed in
Room smelled damp and stuffy, wifi does not work in the rooms only outside .Coffee making facilities in the room but no kettle, have to ask reception. Went for breakfast, but the breakfast place closed, no signs saying where to go, had to ring security guard to tell me where, had to walk a long way to the resort to get a very low standard breakfast. Info in the room says check out 2pm, but reception says 12. Had to ask for a bulb for the toilet. Tv was not working. Shower head broken so like a hose pipe. Staff were friendly but for me without doubt the worse hotel I have stayed in. At a crazy high price.
Solo travel - Oct 19, 2016
Zledna
overrated, expensive hotel
We (2 pax) booked an overnight stay in the deluxe room (good for 4 pax) of the hotel. The hotel is dated and amenities are poor. When I asked for a complimentary drinking water, we were told that there is a 1L bottle inside the restroom and that's it. looking for a TV remote, I was asked to deposit P1 thousand which will be returned upon surrender (which I got). I had no issue with the bed but my friend found it hard. You also need to call front office to adjust the room temperature. the remote are under their keep. Since the hotel and its rooms are all along the highway, it is noisy, with all the vehicles passing by. The hotel has its own swimming pool but you can also ask for a pass to the other pools in the resort. Their room rates comes with breakfast for two, at their restaurant, quite a walk from the hotel. However, the free plated breakfast is limited to P120 that if you order more than this, e.g., beef tapa @P160, you had to pay extra. Coffee is a 3-in-1 sachet. Overall we find the food served expensive. While there is iree wifi, this is only good in the lobby. there is no signal inside the room. If you want value for money, this will not be the hotel for you.
Business - Jul 14, 2016
elterrible2015
Still a good quick escape
If you are looking for a quick getaway from the hassle and stress of city life without having to travel so far, paradise resort in malolos bulacan is a good choice. It is very accessible and there is practically no traffic delay to encounter along the way, since it is near enough to NLEX and from there, you exit into another highway before you find the place. I have been to this place countless times having seen the buzz it created when it opened several years ago, until today when the popularity has somewhat dwindled when other resorts have started to open in the province. I still love it though for its sheer size. This resort is big and it has numerous pools of varying depths and sizes and they have cottages to suit your budget and shaded spaces where you can just sit and chill out. There is a section behind the restaurant where you can rent air-conditioned rooms away from the main pool. I have tried this before and I loved it because it gives you some privacy. Right next to this cluster of airconditioned rooms are smaller pools which are off-limits to other guests. Since this resort is quite spacious it is not as crowded as other resorts in bulacan when people come in droves during the summer weekends. I wouldn't really say the place had seen its better days, but yes, it may no longer be as popular as it was before, and other alternatives like JED Island have been drawing more crowds but Paradise Resort had been around far longer than most of its competitors, it will continue to hold its own. The other reason I often gravitate to this place is the ten pin bowling alley which is way cheaper compared to the SM bowling centers. This is where I first learned to play and I still take my family to Paradise resort every now and then to go bowling. The management should promote this part of the resort as an attraction on its own and perhaps hold corporate tournaments to keep the public interested. Sometimes I am surprised to go there as the only customer which is really fun since you get to appreciate the game even more in a relaxing environment.
Family - Mar 5, 2016
ronrmrz
Good for a Province Hotel - Overall not bad but not good too
Price: Expensive for the experience Room: Hotel is okay, airconditioning is good. Mattress/Pillows: 4 out of 5, they are actually good. Downside: The resort is quite a walk from the hotel, the restaurant where they serve the breakfast is also far from the hotel. Resort: very bad. pools are dirty and the place is unkept.
Solo travel - Jun 14, 2015
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Hotel facility

Description

Hotel policy

  • Public Facilities
    • Elevator
    • Restaurant
    • Room service
    • WiFi in public area
  • Things to Do
    • Children pool
    • Outdoor pool
  • Nearby Facilities
    • Beauty salon
    • Hair salon
  • In-room Facilities
    • Refrigerator
  • Food and Drinks
    • Bar
  • Hotel Services
    • Laundry service

Check-in and Check-out Time

Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM

Location
DJ Paradise Hotel is located in area / city Malolos.

There are plenty of tourist attractions nearby, such as Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Minor Basilica within 2.78 km, and null within null km.

About DJ Paradise Hotel

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

This resort is the best spot for you who desire a serene and peaceful getaway, far away from the crowds.

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

Have an enjoyable and relaxing day at the pool, whether you’re traveling solo or with your loved ones.

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

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

DJ Paradise Hotel is the ideal choice for you who are looking for a comfortable yet affordable accommodation.

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