Just as its price. Everything is good except water. Free hot water every morning, good and very accommodating staff.
Marjorie R. G.
Nov 1, 2018 - Backpacking
Just as it's price. Everything is good except water. Free hot water every morning, good and very accommodating staff.
Oct 20, 2018 - Backpacking
The first room was at the corner of 3rd floor and when we went inside it, it was old, had broken parts on the wall. There was some eerie feeling inside the room. There were 4 beds and then the bathroom, toilet had no flush, no trash cans. Good thing my friend took a peek on the next room because it was open and we requested to be transferred even if there were only 2 single beds. We didn't mind to just have 2 extra beds on the carpet. The 2nd room was much better. It was also old but we are not choosy for just Php 130+ per person a night and it already has aircon! This time the toilet had a flush and this hotel is not for people who needs style and comfort. We were out most of the time and we did have a good rest. No eerie feeling. It must've been a nice hotel during its glory but we were on a budget so it was a nice stay for us. The people of Java were accommodating and friendly. They gave us towels but these were not the soft ones and then had a lot of tissue rolls and little soap bars. Thanks!
Ma E. T. B.
Oct 17, 2018 - Backpacking
The room was big for a single occupant but it wasn't cleaned well. There were dust and water marks on the floor. It simply means that the room attendant didn't clean it. Not sure with the linens on the bed if they are clean since I smelled something awful. Dormitel Bacolod is far better than Java Pension House.
Oct 11, 2018 - Backpacking
This hotel is not suppose to operate anymore, because they have no amenities and facilities no longer working, no water at all!!! And we've seen a lot of cockroaches walking around the bed, from the moment we open the door. No soap and dirty towels, bedsheets (looks like a rag and lots of stain in the pillow case). And even inside the hotel we've seen a lot of outsider(scary)... There’s no security guard!!outside. Very unsanitary,and very unhygienic. The worst pension house ever!! I will never recommend “java pension house to anyone!” such a waste of money we didn't get our refund!.
Sa tingin ko okay lang sya. I was planning to cancel my booking at first when I read negative reviews after I booked. But for the benefit of the doubt I try to go to the hotel to check it myself and I found out that it's okay, no problem with me. It's proportionate to the price of the hotel.
Sep 22, 2018
The place was not safe, there are a lot of bystanders downstairs. The comfort room stinks. Towels were overused. The sink was clogged. The toilet is dirty. It’s a waste of money. Worst experience!
Baby F. B.
Sep 22, 2018 - Backpacking
The photo posted is not the actual look of the place anymore..the place looks dirty and filthy, old stuff, escalator is not functioning..although, their AC is good..
Kristalle C. G. D.
Sep 7, 2018 - Backpacking
We know that it is a very affordable price for 4 persons to sleep and bath but we will highly appreciates it if the rooms were clean. They forgot to gave us blankets but when we asked for it, they took a long time to bring it to us. But we are thankful for the friendly staffs who assist us.
Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 2:00 PM Check-out: 12:00 PM
Bacolod City’s Java Pension House is the go-to accommodation for travelers looking for decent and inexpensive rooms in the City of Smiles. Aside from its spacious rooms, guests at the hotel also have access to a restaurant, a gym, and the nearby commercial and business area.
Travelers coming from the Bacolod-Silay Airport only need to make a 34-minute drive to get to the hotel. The Provincial Capitol Lagoon is an eight-minute drive from the hotel, while the Bacolod Public Plaza is a four-minute walk. Both the Era Mall and Metro Plaza are five minutes away by foot.
Guests can take their pick from 30 newly renovated rooms, all of which have air-conditioning and a complimentary WiFi Internet connection. Aside from cozy and comfortable beds, the rooms also have a private bathroom.
The restaurant at the ground floor is open for famished guests, but they also have the option to check out the multiple restaurant that surround the hotel. The Super Batchoy House is a minute away by foot, and so is Nenita’s Magnet Cafe. A five-minute drive away is the Bailon Homemade Ilonggo Delicacies.
Health-conscious travelers can work out at the gym located at the hotel’s mezzanine. For those looking to explore Bacolod, multiple attractions are near the hotel. The Negros Museum is a six-minute drive from the Java Pension House, while The Ruins is a 26-minute drive. Shopaholics can take a nine-minute drive to get to the SM City Bacolod, while the Gaisano Grand Bacolod is only four minutes away.
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.
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