I stayed at the Park Inn by Radisson Davao as a guest of Club Carlson, who I was working with on their Global Travelers campaign.
I had a junior suite room which included a bedroom and a living room at the entrance to the suite. The living room would be great for a couple travelling so as to have some more space and another work desk. As it was the bedroom was already big enough with a good work desk, so a standard room would have sufficed this solo traveller.
[Junior Suite Living Room.]
The bedroom features a luxury bed and a couch you could lie down to read on (if you could pull yourself away from the bed).
I liked the work desk area.
Though I did manage to get some work done by the pool as well.
The usual all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet was included in my stay.
The hotel is connected by a footbridge to the SM Lanang Premier Mall. I did some shopping and ended up going to the cafes and eating at chai restaurant if only because it was convenient. Outside the hotel there is not much around you can walk to, but that is like Davao in general.
Davao is a spread out city and I didn’t find that there was an area that was advantageous to stay in. It’s not really a city for tourists (unless you are here to eat durians) as most visitors head for the nearby beaches. During my stay here I got a taxi to the port to get a boat to Samal Island so the location wasn’t a factor in my stay.
More hotel photos can be seen in the Park Inn by Radisson Davao gallery.