Otel Hotel in San Fernando, Pampanga

A couple of weeks ago, I went to San Fernando, Pampanga to attend a baptism which was to be done around 5 pm.. rather than going back and driving at night.. we searched for an affordable hotel around the area….

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We found OTEL Hotel….. from Manila.. turn right at the toll gate… straight to the crossing where McDonald’s is.. turn right…. then turn left at the 1st stoplight.. it should be on your left side around 300 meters…

11037999_10152780402948284_5402052380430040107_nThe thing that convinced me to stay overnight was the fact that they had a swimming pool for guests…. which was great since my kids loved swimming.

So, off we wnt and stayed overnight in one of the superior rooms, I think for 1,260 php overnight for 2 adults and 3 children.

Breakfast for 2 was included in the room.. so we just bought extra food for the kids the next morning…

 

 

 

 

 

The lobby also doubles as the breakfast area… which you can choose the simple buffet or take a pick from the breakfast menu.. Food was okay.. nothing spectacular…

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Here is a lot at the 3 bed room that we got…11030845_10152780401608284_8470815330626086176_n

3 single beds, with a bathroom with hot water available…

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Well, the back area with the pool was a welcome sight to the kids…

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All in all.. the overnight stay was worth it for the price we paid….

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Just dont expect any of the usual perks in a hotel…. service was okay…. no complimentary bath kits except the tissue and soap.. we had to ask for our towels, since there was none in the room.. and extra pillows have additional cost… and so does a bucket of ice – 20 php…

Well… it was still technically value for money….

 

Ron is a happily married man for more than 10 years, the father of 3 boys. Loves to write about places that he visits. And works in the BPO industry.