ABC Hotel pick-up directly from NAIA airport.

by Hans Vanegmond
(Vancouver, Canada)

I made an advance reservation with Angeles Beach Club Hotel to arrange for a car to pick me up from NAIA directly to Angeles Beach Club Hotel. The fare for this service was 3,150 pesos.(I believe this service is only for guests staying at ABC hotel).

Although my international flight arrived about 50 minutes early, the driver had already been waiting for me.

Once I reached the Greeting Area after Customs and Immigration, one of the security personnel called the driver, and the driver arrived within minutes holding a sign with my name on it.

The 3,150 peso One-Way fare included several highway tolls. No additional fee was required.
The driver was very professional, and made me feel very secure.

There are cheaper options, but the 3,150 fee(One-way) required NO haggling with taxi drivers, NO having to insist that a taxi driver turns on his meter, NO worry that you will get the scenic tour, NO worry that your luggage will be misappropriated by someone who thinks that YOUR luggage belongs to them, NO worries about having to transfer(with or without your luggage), NO worry about having to pay someone to get your own luggage back.

If I have to go back to Angeles City, I would definitely stay again at Angeles Beach Club Hotel, and avail of their pick-up and drop-off service.

The rate that they charge is very fair, considering the distance, the professionalism, the comfort, as well as the point-to-point service.(You can even ask the driver to stop somewhere along the way to pick up a pop if you are thirsty.

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by: Anonymous

Clearly you haven't got a clue whatsoever about prices in the Philippines for the luxury service that I received, which indeed was very much worth it for the obvious reasons stated.
Yes, Cebu, Boracay, and the northern Philippines are much cheaper than Manila. And, yes, unlike you, I actually have been to all of the areas mentioned, so, unlike you, I can speak from experience having traveled using all modes of travel within the Philippines.

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Back at you
by: Anonymous

MY point states exactly what I'm speaking of.

WAY TOO MUCH. YOU WERE RIPPED!


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by: Anonymous

What does Bing, NY have to do with the Philippines? Let's see, a cab ride in Seattle, usa would also be less, duh.

That said, I have said that it IS possible to travel from Manila to Angeles city for a lot less, if you don't mind haggling, possibly losing your luggage, getting accosted by touts etc.

Oh, by the way, have you ever REALLY been to the Philippines? My article is about travel from Manila to Angeles city, neither of which is in Cebu.

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by: Anonymous

$72.00 USD (appx) would MORE THAN get the same service level from the Bing, NY area to the WB/Scranton,PA Intl airport (appx 65 miles) AND you wouldn't have to worry about the "other" nonsense you mentioned.

I've been to Cebu before and it was nowhere near that expensive. WORTH IT.... that depends on who's looking for the service.

3150 PHP sounds more like STICK'M UP, Philippino style.



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