Home Crest Residences: Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

Home Crest Residences: Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

Davao City is the largest and most progressive city in the Southern part of the Philippines. It is home to Mt. Apo, the country’s tallest peak, and the Philippine Eagle, one of the largest and most powerful eagles in the world. It also has some of the best shopping malls, restaurants and hotels, making it one of the top vacation destinations in the country.

I have been to this bustling city several times and have stayed at different hotels both for work and leisure. During my latest visit in the Durian Capital of the Philippines, I stayed at Home Crest Residences, a three-storey boutique hotel conveniently located right across SM City Ecoland’s Tulip Drive entrance.

Home Crest Residences is owned by Globalcrest Properties, Inc. and is managed by one of the owners, Elizabeth Teves. It was interesting to know that Ms. Teves used to have rooms for rent in her own house along 6th Street within the same vicinity as the hotel property, which she called “The Residences”. Realizing that the property’s proximity to SM City will generate a high demand for hotel services for Davao’s tourists, the company established Home Crest Residences along Tulip Drive and Walnut Avenue last August 28, 2010. 

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

Home Crest Residences façade along Tulip Drive

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

The main entrance of the hotel is along Walnut Avenue

As I entered the lobby, these friendly ladies accommodated me with a smile and made my registration a breeze.

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

The lobby is furnished with a combination of modern and rustic furniture in warm earth tones and dynamic modern colors.

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City
Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City


Home Crest Residences
has 28 well-appointed rooms equipped with air conditioner, electronic lock, hot and cold shower, cable television, multi-function VOIP phones and free wifi connection. Hot and cold mineral water is also provided for free at every corridor in lieu of bottled water – their way of minimizing the use of plastic bottles.

Enjoy unlimited hot and cold mineral water at Home Crest!

Unlike other regular hotels, guests enjoy unlimited hot and cold mineral water at Home Crest Residences

Published room rates range from P2,000 to P4,000, however they also provide 40% discount for early bookings and a year-round promo dubbed as “Stay 1 night, Get 1 night Free” for all weekends of 2014.

Here’s a walk-through of their zen-inspired rooms:

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

The Junior Suite Room

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

The Premium Twin Room

 Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

The Standard Double Room

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

The Standard Twin Room

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

The Standard Single Room

Except for room only bookings, all in-house guests are provided with complimentary breakfast at D’ Blue Hub Café and Bar which is accessible through the lobby.

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

The café is also accessible to non-hotel guests through its Walnut Avenue entrance

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

D’ Blue Hub’s cozy ambiance is a perfect hangout place to wine and dine with friends and loved-ones

Home Crest Residences - Your Eco-friendly Best Value Hotel in Davao City

Guests can also conduct small meetings at this Conference Room within the Café


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