Roseate Pensione

is located in a large building, on a side street, about 50 meters from Osmeña Boulevard.

Amenities

  • Air conditioning
  • Cable TV
  • Telephone
  • Hot Water
  • Boutique (Ann Carmel Enterprises)
  • Hanging Garden
  • Wi-fi access in all rooms
  • Refrigerator (additional charge)
  • Laundry services (additional charge)

Rates

From P550 to P1500

Contact

Roseate Pensione

32 V. Urgello Street (near Harrison Park)

Cebu City, Cebu 6000

Tel nos.: 254-0281 / 254-6267 / 418-7152

Email: roseatepensione@yahoo.com

3 comments for “Roseate Pensione

  1. Berny
    March 6, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    Absolutely NOT recommendable. I am traveling with my wife to the Philippines since 1995 and never ever something like this happend. We arrived at 30.01.2011 there. When we stayed in one roon and just wanted to change the room to another one beside, we went out. When we came back to the new room, I found that my camera Canon 450d was stolen. We called the police at Fuente Police Station. As of that we lost 2 days there. 5 guys from the police came by for investigation. All was recorded on CCTV. We left “without” the camera as we could see on CCTV. You can see that the hotel boy transferred all our luggage from one into the other room. After he was finished on the video you can see that he is carrying a white towel over the arm and suddenly and only short you can see something black. Towels are WHITE. I am so pissed off. A major also came by with whom I am in contact. We reported it to the criminal office. What I hated is that the Manager lady put herself of the side of the employee NOT their guests. Horrible. I know I will never ever see one cent of my nice Canon worth more than 500 Euro. I am just warning youo ! Bad reputation for the Philippines.

    • Tropicalpenpals
      March 7, 2011 at 12:16 am

      Sorry to hear about your experience especially as the attitude you came across is very typical taking pity on the worker instead of seeing they have a thief. Putting it on here mind will actually reach a lot of people and hopefully damage the hotels bookings as people go elsewhere.

      • Swarfy
        March 7, 2011 at 9:25 pm

        Sad that stuff like this still happens and my sympathy to you and your wife Berny, it happened to us in Puerto Galera 2001, wife had secreted a couple of thousand peso in with her underwear so thief MUST have rooted about, it sure wasn`t lying in the open. All i will say is in poor countries remove all temptation if possible, if nothing saleable is there we are safe, always use safety deposit boxes or carry stuff like cameras at all times, is this place in Manila? We had the same reaction from the staff, no not our people, and if they have CTV cameras why would they not use them constructively:(