Spach Residences Tacloban

It was already late at night. My husband and I had to attend a very urgent meeting in Tacloban City on a very short notice. The meeting wrapped up at around 11 in the evening and we haven’t booked any hotel for our overnight stay in the city. While walking the almost empty streets of Tacloban we came across one 3-storey white painted small building just in front the Sto. Niño Museum (I stil need to check this place out).

Spach Residences. They offered affordable and competitive rates with free breakfast. I booked us a room and we went straight to our room located on the 3rd floor of the building. The stairways were beautifully painted and the place do have a nice interior design and mirrors and painting were hanging on the wall. I told myself that I will snap photos the following day. So…


Located on the right side upon entrance, this beautiful decors will greet you.


Beautifully selected decorations.


Right across the beautiful decorations (shown above) is small walkway and at the end of it is a table filled with beautiful jars.


Up close with the jars or whatever they are called.


Such an eye catcher. This wall decor will surely captivate your eyes. It is unique and have this vintage vibe.


Mirror, mirrors hanging on the wall… On floor up and wall of different sizes of mirrors will definitely surprise you. I know, I was..


Religious artifacts from the Chinese, there are Buddhas too as well as from the Roman Catholic.


and some more…


Some more mirrors on the walkway.



The hallway towards our room.

All I can say is that the place is worth every penny you paid. Clean rooms. Nice television set. Clean bathroom and a very nice bed. The place is very clean too. All the staffs were accommodating and friendly. Our breakfast was served the following day in our bed room. Aside from that it just located downtown so everything is walking distance from the hotel.

There are a lot of nice, beautiful and affordable hotels in Tacloban and all I can say is that this is one of of them.


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