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Amigo Terrace Hotel
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Boracay Islands Philippines
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100 rooms including the suites at the 4th and 5th floor overlooking the city and its environs. All rooms with individual, airconditioning private bath with running hot and cold water, radio; direct dial telephone.
Savor our flaming entrees, steak, fine wine while enjoying live piano music at the elegant Belle Terrasse.
Amigo Terrace Hotel is situated in the heart of Iloilo's tourist and business district, and is a 10 min drive from the airport. It is ideal for business and leisure, banks, shops, the entertainment centre and commercial areas making it a good choice when visiting the area.
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