East Capitol Pensionne

East Capitol Pensionne is a centrally located pension house, located in Barangay Capitol Site, a short distance from the Provincial Capitol building. The pension house can be found on East Capitol Road, just off of Escario Street.


  • Air conditioning
  • Business Center with internet, fax and photocopier
  • Wi-Fi – free access
  • Cable TV
  • CCTV Surveillance
  • Conference rooms available for rent
  • Generator
  • Hot and cold water
  • Telephones


33 Rooms:

  • 8 Studios
  • 11 Standard Rooms
  • 3 Superior Rooms
  • 2 Deluxe Rooms
  • 3 Executive Rooms
  • 4 Ambassador Rooms

There are also 2 dormitories that house a number of people and are available for under 350 PHP per person.


From around 730 PHP to 2,200 PHP per night.


East Capitol Pensionne

D.S. Regner Building, 92 C East Capitol Road

Cebu City, Cebu 6000


Telephone no.: (63-32) 255-1210

Cellphone no.: (63-927) 979-7428

Fax no.: (63-32) 416-5668, (63-32) 416-5588

Email: ecp.cebu@gmail.com and ecp.cebu@eastcapitolpensionne.com


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4 comments for “East Capitol Pensionne

  1. Jan
    October 13, 2010 at 3:24 am

    Maybe we can start one and name it: “help some poor expats”
    you and me will be the board members and only beneficiaries. LOL

    But you are right, I have heard about local officials of international help organisations who are able to buy expensive things from the money they receive and only spend very little for the project they are supposed to work on..

    • Tropicalpenpals
      October 13, 2010 at 3:56 am

      Its mainly out of annoyance im looking at the idea as i want to show it can be done properly.. I was recently looking at an NGO regarding Permaculture who wants P20,000 for a training course.. P20k a huge chunk of change for a small farmer only people able to afford it are people who don’t need help or NGO’s sending their staff for training at donations expense. What happened to helping people? The help the expats thing sounds like a good idea not sure how much donations we would get mind.. lol can’t be any worse than some of them out there.

  2. davidrke54
    October 13, 2010 at 5:22 am

    your right most of these non governmental set ups are crap rather than throw money around which only increases dependency.self help programs are much better,teach a skill.

    • Tropicalpenpals
      October 13, 2010 at 7:44 am

      Here is an example of madness.. my brother wanted a forklift license which he couldn’t afford financially himself as he is out of work. To get a government funded scheme the NGO uses “Maths and English” as the UK has a drive on reading and writing to get the funding with the course having a forklift test and training as part of it. Now don’t get me wrong it does make some sense as we have a growing immigrant population as well as adults who can’t read or count. BUT he has done about 4 English and Maths courses now to do the subjects he wanted to cover as its the only way the courses can be funded via the state.