El Haciendero

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Daily Rates (2015)

Daily Rates (2015)

The El Haciendero Private Hotel recently opened its doors to guests. And now, it is offering even more discounted rates. Come see what a difference a private hotel...

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What Our Guests Are Saying

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We booked our American friends at El Haciendero last November 2014. We have nothing but praises! The staff are very kind and accommodating. Room is decent and clean, not to mention its affordability. -Sarah Diana Habacon (January 2015)

Comfortable, Quite, and Private. Very comfortable and quite. No hassle at all. The staff are attentive and helpful. -Elmer C. (Philippines, August 3, 2013)

I had a great stay! ill definitely book this hotel again when i visit iloilo. the place was really clean and the rooms are very affordable. it is near to great attractions. -Jenny L. (Philippines, August 24, 2013)

Geat Experience. It was great the staff allowed me to do early check without additional charges, location was near the best native restaurants in Iloilo. -Edsel S. (Philippines, December 10, 2013)

check in was a breeze.. the staff were great. stay was ok, room is big but bathroom is a little bit old and rustic. its easy access to transportation, since its a short stay only overall its fine. -Angelie T. (Philippines, December 23, 2013)

Quiet phase of activities. Simply comfortable overnight stay up to the morning of check-out. -Maria A. (Australia, May 11, 2014)

Love the Unli Coffee. Very comfortable and nice accommodation.. It has free coffee.. my 5th times stayed here. -Noli R. (Philippines, July 19, 2014)

Easy location. Jaime Street is fronting Total Gas Station. Or stop at Save More and take the trisikad to El Haciendero. Fare at PhP15.09 pax. One ride to SM Jaro and from there you can go to your tourist destination. From SM jeep terminal take the Jaro CPU Iloilo City and Museo de Iloilo and the Capitol. Or take Molo Baluarte jeep to go to Molo Cathedral. Return to El Haciendero using the same jeep routes. -Atty. Riza Racho (Philippines, September 2013)

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