Hotels in San Jose de Buenavista, Antique, Philippines

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Centillion House 2000 Hotel, San Jose de Buenavista, Antique Province Philippines, we find it good budget hotel. Phone +63-36-540-9403

Because we were traveling at a leisurely, lazy pace from Iloilo City to Boracay, exploring as we went, we decided to stay overnight in San Jose.  We stayed at the Centillion House.  We paid P1000 for our basic, but clean and spacious air-conditioned room with hot water.  Centillion seemed very secure.  There was a parking area for guests and a security guard at night.  We were worried that our pride and joy Toyota Innova be safe at night! A very basic breakfast (toast, juice, coffee) was included.  The hotel faces on two busy roads.  Also there was a small mall on the first floor so it was a little noisy, but we were not overly bothered by the noise.  We stayed in room 208 which is toward the center of the hotel, as far away as possible from the traffic.

Centillion Hotel, San Jose, Antique Province, Philippines

Centillion Hotel, San Jose, Antique Province, Philippines

Adelaide Hotel (Pension House), San Jose, Antique

Adelaide Hotel (Pension House), San Jose, Antique

The Adelaide Tourist and Travelers Inn Phone: +63-36-540-7160.  Adelaide was almost across the road from the Centillion so we decided to take a look at it.  It is in a quieter location, down an alley from the main road.  We were shown a “VIP room”.  The VIP room was P850 without breakfast, with AC and HW.  It is similar but smaller than our room at Centillion, but likely quieter.  A full breakfast at the Adelaide is P130 per person. Both are very good options.   Here’s a link to the Adelaide.

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  1. yes…Antique is the place where you can see the people who have sweet smiles..please try visiting our place the Aloha Beach Resort, Dalipe, San Jose, Antique, We have accomodations with free continental breakfast for overnight stay guests.. for the year 2012 room rates are..a/c rooms with hot and cold shower is Php 1,4000.00 a night for 2 persons, standard rooms (fan) is Php 600.00 a night for 2 persons. we have pool tables, b.b.q’s . gazebos for rent, videoke, bar, arranged boating, snorkeling from the beach, restaurant. Services: catering, laundry and iron press.

    Note from Bob and Carol: We have not stayed at this resort so we are publishing this comment in case our readers would like to give Aloha Beach Resort a try..and hopefully report back on their experience.

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    • Hi helen merriman,
      would be great if you can give me the contact of aloha beach resort in dalipe san jose antique…naga pangita ako kang good and safe place to stay sa san jose antique, if you had some known plce would be great.thanx in advance.. ang email ko cecile_radford@ymail.com

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  2. Chris,

    Thanks for your comment. It must be great experience living up in the mountains — perhaps it’s the “real” Philippines. We were more conservative and stayed closer to the city and its supposed amenities and services but I understand and sympathize with your situation.

    Bob

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  3. I looked at this sight on Antique. I see that you are right on the money about discition of your travel. I live in Lacarone, Sibalome Antique. This place is up in the moutains. I am from North Carolina and raised in the country. I really do like the people of the mountain. You are right when you mention that living here are for certain people! I Love it!
    I have always been taught show respect to recieve respect and by living to this rule! I speak only english and depend on my wife for communication but I can see the people that know me like me!
    I like your site and think you have done excellent!
    May your life be full of joy!

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