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Strawberry Residences Cebu

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It's brand new so we wouldn't have any first hand experiences since it's a specialty market. But I noticed:

" Strawberry is an offshoot of Apple Tree Suites-Cebu City (www.appletreesuitescebu.com) and Apple Tree Resort & Hotel in Cagayan de Oro City (www.appletreeresortcdo.com), which are both hotels." in the "about" section. 

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Don't know anything about the pace, but it did look clean and fresh.

Looking at the pics though and I think the room you show looks terribly small by comparison to other hotels such as the Radisson and even the old Diplomat.

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just read their list of amenities .. dont offer wi-fi  ! 

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just read their list of amenities .. dont offer wi-fi  ! 

 

They most likely have it, but neglected to list it on their website. Anybody interested can e-mail them and find out.

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They most likely have it, but neglected to list it on their website. Anybody interested can e-mail them and find out.

I did e-mail them and they do have internet....i was just wondering if it was a decent place .......looks ok on the website but ya never know until someone sees it in person.

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Buddy of mine recently stayed there for one month while waiting to move into his new rental unit. He was less than impressed! Very nice at first sight - however he stated that the equipment provided in the "kitchen" was minimal and hardly enough room to swing a cat! Did not live up to the promotional blurb. By the way, he has been a regular at Appletree for years and still uses it as his mailing address. 

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They most likely have it, but neglected to list it on their website. Anybody interested can e-mail them and find out.

 

This is the Philippines, do you really expect anyone to answer their e-mail here?

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This is the Philippines, do you really expect anyone to answer their e-mail here?

 

If you had bothered to read, rather than dwell in cynicism, you would have realized that the OP already got a response from them regarding his e-mail query.

 

 

the.lone.gunman said:

 

I did e-mail them and they do have internet.

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This is the Philippines, do you really expect anyone to answer their e-mail here?

 

If you had bothered to read, rather than dwell in cynicism, you would have realized that the OP already got a response from them regarding his e-mail query.

 

 

 Do you really expect me to care that you may or may not be the forum police?

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