HOTELS IN CEBU: Experience Luxury on a Budget at Gran Prix Hotel and Suites - Cebu

There are a lot of accommodations in Cebu City. Being a highly urbanized city, you'll not have a problem getting a place for you to stay in. But if you're on a budget and looking for a decent place to stay, Gran Prix Hotel - Cebu is the best for you. A member of the Gran Prix chain of econotels, it offers tourists and travelers an experience of safe, clean and budget hotel accommodations in the heart of Cebu city.

Last week, I stayed at Gran Prix Hotel - Cebu for three days. I went to Cebu City without any planned itinerary, I just wanted to have a much needed "staycation".

Gran Prix Hotel Cebu has 39 well-appointed rooms classified as Superior, Deluxe, Suite and Family Rooms.

Superior Room - Php 1,399.00 / night (Single/double occupancy)

Deluxe Room - Php 1,699.00 / night (Single/double occupancy)

Suite Room - Php 1,999.00 / night (Single/double occupancy)

Family Room (loft type) - Php 2,299 / night (Single/double/triple occupancy)


  • Split-type air conditioning unit in every room
  • Wall-mounted flat-screen TV set with cable channels
  • Rooms are equipped with electronic card key system
  • CCTV cameras are placed at the lobby and on every hallway
  • Strong WIFI connectivity
  • Hot and cold shower
  • Plated breakfast for every booking
  • 24-hour room service
  • Laundry service, airport transfers, wake-up call (upon request)


  • I certainly like the hotel's prime location; it's near business, shopping and entertainment establishments. Robinsons Mall, food chains, banks, spas, internet shops, supermarket, drugstores and other commercial establishments are just a few meters away.
  • Their staff are smart and genuinely accommodating.
  • The hotel's interiors are very classy, elegant and exudes a "homey" feel. I like the painting and furnishings inside the rooms.
  • Rooms are clean, simple and not cluttered. Everything is well organized.
  • They have an efficient lift, so even if my room is located at the 4th floor, going up is not a problem.
  • WIFI connection is strong anywhere inside the hotel.

"Truly, Gran Prix Hotel - Cebu provides an excellent and inexpensive hotel service that are personalized and can be at par with steep-priced hotels in the city. I will definitely go back here!" -Pinoy Adventurista


Gran Prix Econotel Cebu
Address: Corner F. Ramos St. & General Maxilom Avenue, Cebu City (Near Fuente OsmeƱa)
Telephone Numbers: 254-1294 to 95 | 0932-330-1043
Email: cebu.granprix@yahoo.com
Website: www.granprixhotelcebu.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GranPrixHotelCebu

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Mustachio said...

The family room looks nice. What did you do in Cebu? :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Pinoy Adventurista. Wondering how you find time and money to travel! You've been everywhere! Envy you.

Pinoy Adventurista said...

time management lang po.. even before when I was still working full-time, nakaka-travel pa rin ako... Heres' tip on how I fund my travels, I wrote it last year :)


Pinay Travel Junkie said...

Hurrah for the family room! Considering this place for our upcoming trip!

Anonymous said...

So you mean now you just work part time! Awesome! Do you also get sponsored trips? How?!!? That I would love to have hahaha :D

Pinoy Adventurista said...

oh yes! super nice ng family room... :)

Pinoy Adventurista said...

companies contact me if they want to sponsor my trips... :)

Anonymous said...

Lucky you!

Pinoy Adventurista said...

It's not pure luck... I worked hard for it... :)

Anonymous said...

what time po yung check in and check out? may luggage storage po sila in case you arrived earlier than their check in time?

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