Reviews on our “Zero Carbon” Initiatives
“Zero Carbon” refers to achieving net zero carbon emissions by balancing a measured amount of carbon released with an equivalent amount sequestered or offset and is used in the context of carbon dioxide releasing processes. (Wikipedia)
The SWITCH-Asia “Zero Carbon Resorts” project of the European Union seeks to enable tourism SMEs, such as hotels and resorts, to provide their energy services in an efficient, cost effective, and environmentally sound way.
* The “Zero Carbon” Initiatives is a great idea and I hope other accommodations support the initiative as well. I didn’t change my towels everyday and tried to save water to contribute to the hotel’s eco-friendly practices.
* It is good that the hotel is leading by way of example, the “Zero Carbon” Initiatives. We minimized water & electricity use to contribute to the eco-friendly practices while we were there.
* I love the eco-consciousness of this hotel. I will definitely invite friends! Inspiring! We used recycled good for art, public transit, reused our towel for multiple days and filled my water bottle instead of buying plastic ones.
* I love the “Zero Carbon” Initiatives! Keep up the exemplary work. Also appreciate the anti-trafficking support. Reuse, reduce & recycle!
* I really support the “Zero Carbon” Initiatives. We need to do more for our environment. During my stay in the hotel, I minimized my use of the aircon, recycled and filled up my water bottle instead of buying water in plastic bottles.
A cheerful, Mexicana-themed place near the Capitol Building, the Mayflower feels like home sweet home. Rooms are bright, clean and comfortable enough for the price. The downstairs restaurant offers native Filipino dishes in an attractive leafy courtyard.
“Eco, Budget & Human Friendly Hotel”
Quezon, Philippines, June 2014
My office-mate led me to this hotel and I was surprised by how this hotel was conceptualized. Building design is designed to save electricity and everything is environmental friendly, they seldom use plastic in everything. The rooms were nice and affordable. Majority of the employees are friendly and hospitable. I will certainty go back to this hotel.
Great budget rooms, food and location”
Philippines, February 2014
I’m giving it 5 stars considering the cost 850 peso (single) or 1150 (twin). Rooms are basic but have always been very clean, single beds often, no fat duvet but who needs one. Rooms are decent size, good aircon, TV and cable, internet is ok, not blistering. The staff have always been friendly to me but I’ve never made any special requests either, its not the Radisson so don’t expect the ‘bend over backwards’ attitude. Restaurant food is limited, mostly Filipino, very good and very cheap, get stuck in. I’ve stayed here on no less that 4 occasions and will continue to do so.
“Surprisingly good for kids”
Lund, Sweden, September 2013
This is small, basic hotel with charm. The rooms are clean, the beds good and shower fine. We stayed here two nights while my wife had a fever and spend most of the time in bed. Our two sons were never bored though because there was a lot of games for the kids to play with. The food in the restaurant was good. The location is central and it is easy to get to other places. It is a straight jeepney ride to the Ayala center (big mall). There is a garden with some animals, turtles among them. Staff is very friendly and it is one of those places where it is quite easy to get to know the other fellow travelers.
“Very friendly, safe and comfortable budget hotel”
Basel, Switzerland, February 2013
We stayed here twice on our journey through the philippines – came back for the second time because it was so good on our first stay! Mayflower Inn is perfectly located uptown (the safer area to stay than downtown), nearby some restaurants, ATMs (working with foreign cards) and shops. We felt very warmly welcomed by the friendly and helpful staff. The reception is 24-7 occupied and theres a security guard at the front door – we felt perfectly safe here. Our room was basic, but very clean and quiet. There´s good working wifi in the rooms. Furthermore we liked their eco-friendly philosophy. We would definitely come back – very good value for the money!
“Quaint and Comfortable”
Orebro, Sweden, February 2013
This Inn is located in a good spot in the northern center of the city. The Inn is slightly pricier than the cheapest but it’s also cleaner and in an area of the city which is safer than the heart of downtown. The rooms are nice and cosy, there is space to get unpacked and even a TV! The philosophy behind the Inn is interesting and ads to its charm. There is free wifi, a restaurant with a simple but adequate menu, free drinking water (for refill), a computer for guests to borrow (free of charge) and great common areas with musical instruments, table tennis, board games and books. There’s also a play area for children. The staff is well informed and very helpful and will assist you as well as they can with anything you might need. There is a laundry place just next door, and streetfood is available just a couple of minutes walk away. There are other eateries, shops and a bar within walking distance as well. This is definitely a good accommodation option in Cebu City!
“Just as it should be”
France, June 2012
My husband and I spent two whole weeks at this hotel (I was recovering from surgery, a sudden appendicitis that ruined our travel plans, thanks god for Chong Hua hospital), and we felt very comfortable and well taken care of. Staff is friendly, security good, restaurant is ok value, rooms are great. Bathroom was clean and there was always hot water. Everything was working, and the mattress was new. Wifi was always working, sometimes even quite fast. And I think the location is great because it’s a bit off the main (noisy) street. Oh, and they have a million board and card games you can borrow, as well as books, magazines (National Geographics dating back to 1967, wow!), so it’s a great place to spend a lazy evening (or twelve). I’d definitely recommend.
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