Named after the Filipino word that means ‘snore’, the establishment offers a level of satisfaction that ensures that guests will enjoy every waking minute of their stay, while spending each night slumbering and snoring comfortably in their rooms.
Hilik Boutique Hostel is surrounded by classy nightspots and restaurants that are only a few steps away and cater mostly to foreign visitors. Safety is assured by friendly passers-by, well-lighted streets and alert security officers on regular foot and car patrol.
From Dormitories to Twin, Single, and Double Rooms, all of which are fully air-conditioned, the accommodations and amenities – such as hot and cold running water, electric and exhaust fans, and free, unlimited wireless internet – are especially tailored to cater to the needs and preferences of all kinds of travelers.
The friendly and accommodating staff members running the establishment are always ready to cater to the needs of its valued clientele. The front desk doubles as a convenience store of sorts, selling items such as sodas, mineral water, snacks, and toiletries. For those guests who have come to the area on business, the establishment also has its own business center, which provides internet, printing, and fax services.
1-3 yrs. old - free of charge
4-7 yrs. old - half-day charge
8 above - full day charge, considered as extra person
Guests who are accompanied by children are not permitted to stay in the dormitories.
A maximum of two children are allowed in the twin and double rooms. A maximum of one child is allowed in the single room.
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