Before going to Palawan, I kept on browsing the net to find the perfect place to stay for two days and three nights. Staying in a hotel was a no-no for me. Who needs a cozy room when you’re away most of the time? All we need is a place to sleep with a nice bathroom of course. As I was browsing the net, I read some blogs of local travelers who stayed at Aniceto Pension House. Since most of their comments were good, I decided to make a reservation immediately.
I sent an email to the owner, Ms. Tess, asking for any vacant rooms on the date of our tour. We were lucky enough to have a room for two on those dates. Yey! And take note, no downpayment is required! Here are some of the pictures of the Pension House.
The area where you can cook food and wash the dishes. Utensils are also available here. CLAYGO! Across the kitchen is the dining area with refrigerator. You can store your foods there but make sure to label your goods and don’t get anything that is not yours.
*****Laundry services can also be requested from the staff of Aniceto.******
****NO RESERVATION FEE***
Aniceto’s Pension House
71 Reynoso Street, Puerto Princesa City.
Instruct the trike driver to take you to Roxas Street, corner Reynoso Street.
From Rizal Avenue, Reynoso street can be found at the end of Roxas Street, then turn right.