Sweet minamalist inn in Davao City

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One of the one bedroom suites
One of the one bedroom suites

I love small inns and hotels, especially those that upon entering the room surprises you with its simplicity without sacrificing comfort. And Midori Inn in Davao City is one of those establishments. The bed is comfortable, working aircon, fast wifi and a clean space.

Midori Inn is quite small, almost nondescript but not shabbily setup. Located at a quite side street that is Camus Extension but not too far from restaurants and malls. People’s Park is just a five minute walk and just a few meters from the main road where several jeepneys pass.

Despite its size, it’s quaint with a minimalist design. From the Japanese word that means green, it strives to be an ecofriendly establishment. What I love most about this hotel? It’s the comfortable room, although it might be too small for some. After a long day of exploring the city, your room is a comfy retreat where you can recharge for the next day’s exploration.

Toilet and bath
Toilet and bath
Lobby of Midori Inn
Lobby of Midori Inn
Front desk counter of Midori Inn
Front desk counter of Midori Inn
Potted plants as decor in lobby
Potted plants as decor in lobby
Lobby as seen from outside
Lobby as seen from outside
Staircase and exterior of inn at night
Staircase and exterior of inn at night
Upper level corridor
Upper level corridor

Midori Inn
Camus Extension, Davao City
Telephone: 6382 300 0101
Cellphone: 63923 4501480
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.midoriinn.com

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