Welcome to Raymen Beach Resort, your Guimaras Island “home away from home.” Raymen Beach Resort aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Free internet access is offered to guests, and rooms at Raymen Beach Resort offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including shops. Guests of Raymen Beach Resort are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Best of all, Raymen Beach Hotel makes it easy to experience some great Guimaras Island attractions like Guisi Lighthouse, which is a popular historic site.
Raymen Beach Resort puts the best of Guimaras Island at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
(+) Food is good. (+) Customer service in the cafeteria is good. (+) Brewed coffee is okay. (+) We had issues with socket near the sink and the faucet, the plumber and electrician gave excellent service. (-) The electrician and plumber left a mess so I asked for new rugs and for someone to clean it, they just gave rugs and expect me to clean up the mess. I have to tell the lady that I need someone to mop the floor and she used the same rug she brought to wipe the water and left. Without cleaning the sink and under it. (-) WiFi was available but with less than 1mbps. Wifi won't reach the rooms. There's a designated area to use it. But since it's excruciatingly slow, there's no use going to the area. I won't recommend this place for freelancers or virtual assistants.
We stayed from January 2-4, 2020 the room we stayed is clean and the food at their canteen is very reasonable. But their house rules were not observe by other guests. Like for example respect other other guests and be quiet, unfortunately there were children screaming at 5am in the morning!! we went there to enjoy some peace and quiet but i guess next time i will book somewhere else. They keep the place and area clean but TOO MANY PEOPLE. we rented a boat to another island for some peace and quiet have them pick us up after 4hours of beach to ourselves and again peace and quiet. do not book raymen if you want peace and quiet. It has been 6years years since we came back and everything changed. I must admit the food at Raymen is very good and reasonable. but dont expect that the place is quiet. because it is always packed with people. even their beach is packed. I don't recommend this place if your looking for peace and quiet. If you want noisy and lots of people , then go for it.…
Had a lunch with my friend last Aug. 14. When we arrived ,4 tables were already occupied, 3 were occupied by the customers but the other 1 was by the servers while watching TV. They Quickly standed up and greeted with us For what i observed is not a good experience. Service need to improve but food was great.
We arrived at Rayment at 545pm to have a dinner. From reception, I greeted the receptionist and asked the restaurant and she pointed at the left door and said in that way sir. At the restaurant, i saw the staff watching tv and they greeted us but they continued on watching tv. The food was good but the service is like carenderia.
I can't believe they have a 4.5 stars rating! They don't deserve it! Let me tell you a story... I traveled with 11 others for our office team building. I googled their number online and had a hard time reaching them (no one seems to be answering the phone). Finally, we got through someone. Asked about making a reservation and said we would have to make a down payment of at least 50% (which is expected among resorts) but when I asked her through what bank, she didn't want to disclose it saying that it is for SURE customers only (as if my intention for calling is just for laughs). Anyway, that was the first, and I corrected her by saying that I only wanted the NAME of the bank to check if I can transfer the funds through my phone. Anyway, we started looking for other options after that phone incident but an office mate who recently came back from the same resort recommended it saying it is "budget-friendly". Because of the weather, we were hesitant to give a down payment thinking they might not return the cash if we can't travel from Bacolod to Iloilo and then Guimaras due to unforeseen weather circumstances.. so the team decided and opted to just "walk-in" (also, recommendation made by the same friend). We arrived late, checked in (it was past 8:30 PM) and rushed inside the restaurant feeling hungry and buzzing with excitement. Because the place was small, you can imagine the noise 12 people are making just by excitedly talking to each other. Since it was late, we assumed that there won't be any food left and got some lechon manok along the way. I think that this may be the reason for the staff's dirty looks aside from all the racket we're making. The next day, it was the same thing. We were ordering our eggs for breakfast and the lady blurted out "one at a time" in a very demeaning manner. This time, I just assumed that she wasn't just a morning person, LOL. We checked in to three different non-AC rooms, not so bad but didn't like the bathrooms. The toilets are rather small, no places to hang your clothes, towels, toiletries and the the likes. Also, there's no sink, had to use the one from outside and the water stinks, like it's from the sewer. But i'm used to "roughing it out" so it wasn't a big deal. What really bugged me the most is how rude their workers are (except for this guy named "Paul", you're a STAR! You should be promoted!). Because we were only there as "walk-in" guests, they didn't have any available rooms for our second night so we moved to the resort next door. Their restaurant offer a wide variety of food (good price range if you're in a budget ranging from P120-250), some of my office mates decided to go back and eat. They overheard one of the staff saying in the dialect "ari naman sila, abi ko naka check-out na ni sila" (translated as "Oh, they're still here. I thought they already checked out") and continued the dirty looks. I get that we are rowdy (expected as we are young, excited and for some, their first time on the island)... But as a decent human being, there's actually a good way of how to handle these situations, especially if you're running a business. They could have said something like "Hi ma'm and sir, I'm sorry but can we tone it down just a few notches? We don't want to disturb some of the guests who wants to eat in peace. Appreciate it!" while SMILING! It wouldn't hurt to engage us in some small talk too. After all, you got the reputation of being "family friendly". I know that this is just some dumb review. For sure, it's not like the management would actually do something but I want this message out especially to those planning to go see this place. I tell you, it's not much. YOU ARE NOT MISSING OUT. It is beach front but view is just kind of meh. Also, it's crowded, not really the place to bring a date if you're planning on anything romantic and that hideous blue building that they probably just built looks like a school, LOL. It is so out of place. FOR MILLENIALS: IT IS NOT INSTAGRAM-ABLE!!!…