Hotel room...NOT!

If there's one place in this world that i hate going to, they're HOSPITALS.

I was told by my folks that hospitals are the dirtiest, most germ-infected, most illness-filled place in the planet. They said one who frequent places like hospitals easily gets infected or contaminated with diseases. Of course I believed them, and i never went to hospitals unless i was the one who's ill or a close friend or relative must be visited.

But not this one.

Recently, we visited St. Elizabeth Hospital and we were so amazed at what we saw.


presidential suite (right view)


(left view)


private suite


private room

Hotel rooms? Nah, They're hospital rooms, patterned after St. Luke's Hospital, i love the feel of the homely room, very clean and fragrant, and you will not be accustomed to the hospital-feel, but will indeed have a good time recuperating and resting well.

Explained by the hospital director, Mr. Tony Veneracion, the hospital floor (3rd floor) is an addition to the building's progress, and more facility-equipped hospital. What's more is that, the presidential suite, as compared with St. Luke's pricey rate at more or less Php18,000 per day, is admirably low and easy to the pocket at Php4,500. Now, that's a good rest for the pocket as well. The presidential suite, with a lcd wall-mounted monitor, a personal refrigerator and a buzzer for nurse calls, a personal room phone and a nice sala to cater the guests is such a breathing space for those who need ample time to recover from sickness.

But then again, kahit pa ganyan ang kuwarto ko, ayokong magkasakit.


Dahil sa panahon ngayon, bawal ang magkasakit.

Stay healthy everyone!



Soccsksargen bloggers visiting St. Elizabeth Hospital

Comments

Lantaw said…
hanef! talagang aktibo ang socsargen bloggers.
mordsith said…
and mura nga niya considering na ang ganda niya. :)

baka maging at home ako pag naospital ako jan. hehe.
lito said…
i hate to get sick too...bahala nang di ako mayaman basta wala lang sakit...health is wealth na rin.
kg said…
ganyan na ata ang trend ngayon...hospitals are not like hospitals anymore. kung hindi parang office, parang hotel. :)

the rooms are cheap nga ano, considering na ang ganda nila. but still, as you said, bawal [at mahal] pa rin magkasakit!
REDLAN said…
parang masarap mag stay dyan ah. as if may sakit lang. hehehe.
witsandnuts said…
That looks very tidy. Hospitals are restrategizing now. Competition is good, the patients will get better service. And the visitors would benefit, too.
ms firefly said…
what a difference that is to hospitals here!

you don't have private rooms here, everyone's on a ward (men's/women's/children's) with 4 patients per room. there is a strict visiting schedule and no visitors allowed to stay overnight with the patient. but the nurses and staff really do make sure the patients are comfortable. it's unbelievable really, how great the nurses were, i think they do get a customer service training every year!

there were no paperworks involved too, everything is taken care of by the insurance. the hospital even provides for free extra bandages, plasters, antiseptics, even surgical gloves!

but anyways, i'd rather be healthy too and stay away from hospitals!
Rico said…
Kinda reminds me of Asian Hospital. My wife's uncle is affiliated with that hospital. Abraham Mercado.
iluvgreen said…
nice naman, but i still don't want to be hospitalize :) takot din ako s ospital
the donG said…
ganda nga talaga. similar din sa asian hospital sa alabang. ganda pa ng view sa taas. buti naman at meron na rin diyan.
Reena said…
we did the same to our hospital projects. it's the trend now eh. make the rooms hotel-like. :)
Blue Rose said…
wow!ganda nga noh. pero tulad ng karamihan ayaw ko ring magkasakit or kahit na sinong mahal ko sa buhay. ayaw ko pa rin ang feeling ng nasa ospital
Yummybite said…
kahit anong ganda pa ng magiging room ko basta ayoko ng ma-ospital. pwera na lang if manganganak. hekhekhek. but really, the rooms are nice, and sabi mo nga cheap pa. =)
prinsesamusang said…
wow ang ganda nga ah! gusto ko magtrabaho diyan LOL sheng na email mo na ba sakin ang addy mo?
Garando said…
Wow, that's a very good deal at P4,500! Would you believe that some people actually book hospital suites kase they couldn't get rooms in hotels. some people can be that desparate and ang hospital naman, since kikita rin sila, they kind of tolerate it. I know someone who did it a long time ago. Bad no?
Kayni said…
hospitals and i don't mix - even if it looks like a hotel room =). i'd rather be home, and spending time on my own bed. also, hospitals have a distinct smell i don't like. besides, i go to a hospital every month here for my treatments, so a few hours there is enough.
princess_dyanie said…
ayus ah! bloggers tour sa hosp hehe :P
jeanny said…
lovely nya ah. pero like you yoko mag stay in dyan hehehehe
onyxx said…
me, too. i have an aversion towards hospitals. i feel depressed when i'm inside one. i feel like i'll get even worse if i have to stay there :)
natemarx said…
Droppin by Ate Sheng! TC!
caryn said…
wow, ang ganda nga ng mga rooms! ;-) sossy yung presidential suite! hahaha!
Maganda nga, but like you, I wouldn't want to stay there. May wifi ba? :)

Gay
Alice Teh said…
This hospital looks really, really good. :D
bem said…
looks good. at cheap nga 'no? pero di bale na, sa panahon ngayon, bawal magkasakit.
incoherent said…
ang ganda naman ng hospital! grabe.

at yung price ha, in fairness, okay!
dyosa said…
In fairness, affordable and tasteful ang rooms. Very nice.

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