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Treasure Isle Guest House

Teacher's Village, Lucap Road, Barangay Lucap, Alaminos City, Pangasinan, Philippines, 2404
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According to 18 guests
Great and affordable place to stay in! They were really accommodating and kind. Truly the cheapest yet recommendable place for those who want to visit the Hundred Islands! I will definitely choose this if I were to visit the Hundred Islands again!
Raqueza L.
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Based on 12 traveler reviews
24-Hour Front Desk

Nearby attractions
Lucap Lighthouse
(1.43 km)
Enrique Park
(3.45 km)
Tanaytay Auditorium
(4.01 km)
Hundred Islands National Park
(5.38 km)
Review by Traveloka users

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

Great and affordable place to stay in! They were really accommodating and kind. Truly the cheapest yet recommendable place for those who want to visit the Hundred Islands! I will definitely choose this if I were to visit the Hundred Islands again!
ok for the price. Owner tries his best to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Could do with a more relaxed seating area (chairs) instead of only wooden benches. Also the mornings are hectic and when busy the breakfast area remains dirty for quite some time.
1. bed bugs 2. they promised to plan fully our Island Hopping, they did not. What's worst is they didn't tell me that they failed to do so, if they had told me that they couldn't do it, I would have went earlier to the tourism office and lined up early in the morning for the boat tickets. but because they didn't tell me, my boat ride was delayed by 2 hours due to long lines at 9AM wherein if I had went there at 5AM, I could have gotten my tickets in 30 mins. and just went back when we're ready to take the island tour. 3. the kids were too noisy. it was so bad. The kids kept singing karaoke 24/hours. morning, afternoon, evening. The owner/father could not stop his kids.
Nick and his wife are accommodating.. Feels like were at home. I highly recommend this place especially for budget travellers like me. my free service from the terminal to the guesthouse
Very accommodating. Clean bathrooms. Unique concept in terms of the rooms. Highly recommended!
Accommodation was good for the rate posted..owners are very accommodating.. They work with what activity you can get that would fit ur budget..
It was great! Our trip was very cheap and affordable. Nick and Ate Alma were great and hospitable. The Lechon Kawali and the spicy sisig were so delicious! We will definitely come back here on our next trip!
This guest house gave me different experience with its unique and natural concept. Very accommodating owner and the food was really great.
All in all, I'd like to say thank you for the owner for their wonderful hospitality.
The owner was kind and really helpful, they let checked us in when we arrived at midnight. Other than that, this is a good budget friendly accommodation.
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Friends getaway6
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Relaxing holidays
The 1st time I was at this place was last year. I stayed for about the same number of days and at the same period of the year. I liked the place so much that I decided to come back again. At my age I want to relax, I am not so interested by diving or by sports, except skiing but for understandable reasons I had no intention to practice there! Furthermore I prefer to feel and enjoy the atmosphere of a given place, discover the people and life around, than to move every second day to a new place. I have visited the Hundred Islands, Bolinao, Bolo beach, the pier of Lucap. All these places have different natures and criterias but I enjoyed every time. One day rain was falling all the day? I stayed at home, read a book, played with the children, teached a song to them. So, according to me, this place is ideal for someone who wants to stay a couple of days or a couple of months, that depends on every person. The food was tasty, I enjoy simple but healthy food on daily basis more than complicated one. I took both breakfast and dinner there, and a meal from à la carte from time to time. The owners Alma and Nick are allways very concerned by the best of their guests, they help a lot, not only by problems (I had none really) but by recommending places to go as well. And I could observe that all other guests, most of them stayed some few days were happy with the place. I never heard any complains at the breakfast table for exemple. So, for people looking for simplicity and calm I recommend this place.
Solo travel - Oct 2, 2017
summer 2017
the place is not so pricey. Affordable. The place is not so clean/ maalikabok ang mga rooms. CR not well maintained. The rice we brought to hundred isle and bolinao falls were not cooked properly. It was placed in a sando bag plastic. The plastic plates and glass were not washed properly kasi oily pa rin. 3 kids were noisy and singing endlessly.
Friends getaway - May 12, 2017
Shiela V
Enjoyable stay
We had our team building a yr ago and the package were given was affordable however it was 1 of my team mates who coordinated with the owner. We want to go back. Pls send me email on the package available this Month..Appreciate it. sfbarrameda@msn.com
Friends getaway - May 8, 2017
mohsen T
Worth enough for the money you pay
Overall good. I enjoyed my stay over there. Don't expect too much, it's a very simple place,if you're not picky it's suitable. The rate starts from 225 pesos for solo cubo which I stayed in. They offer you a free pick off and drop off from bus station. The bath and toilet need to be renovated.
Solo travel - Apr 2, 2017
Ayee B
Very rustic but cute.
I didn't know what to expect when I booked in this guesthouse. I only saw pictures online and I felt I wanted to experience a different environment and so I did. I booked a floating cottage, and honestly, I wasn't sure what it was all about. When we got there, I thought the resort was very quaint and cute. I liked the triangular tent-like accommodations that were perched on the grounds of the resort, although I wasn't sure if I could sleep comfortably in there since I'm a little claustrophobic. However, my floating cottage was, indeed, a cottage with a swinging bed. The bed had chains attached to the roof. It felt like a hammock only it's a bed. The floating cottage, in itself, is pretty. I liked it. It had a porch where you can relax. The doors were wide and folding, and it's made of screen. If you're concerned about security, then you might have a problem with the wide screen doors (front and side). This cottage is not air-conditioned, but it has a fan. We went there in December so I had no problems with the weather. The bathrooms are located near the front area of the resort. It's a provincial bathroom where the toilets are the basic kind, you'd have to manually flush it. The showers are okay. A bit old but functional. If you're the kind of person who always has the urge to pee at night, you will have to take a short walk (about 20 steps) for that. My issues are insects at night. I'm pretty sure that insects are inevitable in a garden-like resort. It can't be helped, and I respect that. I guess if you're okay with insects perched on top of the mosquito net and the ceiling, then this is all good. I had a problem sleeping the first night, but I got used to it on the second night. As for the owner and the staff, they are nice people. They are very helpful and they make out of their way to make you feel comfortable in your stay. I, however, feel that their staff (wait staff?) should be trained a little more because she didn't seem to be very knowledgeable about the things I asked her about. Maybe she was newly-hired but I feel that a good training would help. If you are looking for a slightly luxurious accommodation with a private bathroom, I think there's one available room in this guest house resort. But I would recommend this place to anyone who has a thirst of adventure, enjoys camping (staying in tents) and loves roughing it, I have seen a lot of backpackers checked in at this resort. And for those who likes to save, you might like it here since the price of one night stay is very friendly to the budget.
Friends getaway - Apr 1, 2017
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Hotel policy

  • Hotel Services
    • Early Check-in
    • 24-hour Receptionist
    • 24-hour security
    • Late check-out
  • Public Facilities
    • Early check-in
    • Late check-out
    • Restaurant
  • General
    • Family room
    • Non-smoking room
  • Accessibilty
    • Access friendly
  • Food and Drinks
    • Breakfast
  • Nearby Facilities
    • Grocery
  • Connectivity
    • Internet point

      Check-in and Check-out Time

      Check-in: 1:00 PM
      Check-out: 11:00 AM

      Treasure Isle Guest House is located in area / city Alaminos City.

      There are plenty of tourist attractions nearby, such as Cape Bolinao Lighthouse within 26.25 km, and Cape Bolinao within 26.3 km.

      About Treasure Isle Guest House

      For you, travelers who wish to travel comfortably on a budget, Treasure Isle Guest House is the perfect place to stay that provides decent facilities as well as great services.

      Have fun with various entertaining facilities for you and the whole family at Treasure Isle Guest House, a wonderful accommodation for your family holiday.

      Treasure Isle Guest House is the right choice for you who are looking for affordable accommodation in Alaminos City.

      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 Treasure Isle Guest House exclusively for you.

      Treasure Isle Guest House is a B&B with great comfort and excellent service according to most B&B's guests.

      Treasure Isle Guest House is the ideal choice for you who are looking for a comfortable yet affordable accommodation.

      Please note that the room price includes: Breakfast & Dinner Meals

      Five (5) breakfast choices are served from 06:00am to 09:00am
      House dinner meal which changes daily is served from 04:00pm to 10:00pm

      Lunch meal and other food packages are available to be brought in the island - please notify us in advance.

      Boat ride reservations are available as well.

      FREE local shuttle (advance notice required & subject to avalability)
      NO cooking allowed (due to fire hazzard
      Outside food subject to corkage charge of Php 25.00 per person per meal
      Outside drink subject to corkage charge of Php 10.00 to Php 25.00 per bottle
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