Top Accommodations in San Fernando, Pampanga

Written by Patrick

Explore the array of accommodations in this dynamic city of San Fernando.

The capital of the province of Pampanga and the regional center of Central Luzon, San Fernando is one of the busiest cities in the region.  And considering its title as the “Christmas Capital of the Philippines”, the city even becomes busier during the Christmas season.  Many tourists visit the city to experience the Giant Lantern Festival and to shop for lanterns to make their own homes look more colorful and lively for one of the biggest holidays in the Philippines.

To accommodate the growing number of tourists, San Fernando offers a range of accommodations catering to various preferences and budgets.  Whether you’re looking for luxury hotels, budget-friendly options, or something in between, the city has a diverse selection of places to stay.

Here are the top accommodations you can find in San Fernando:

Villa Alfredo’s Resort

Villa Alfredo's Resort

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Purok 1 Barangay Baliti, San Fernando, Pampanga

Whether you are looking for villas and cottages or hotel-type rooms, Villa Alfredo’s Resort has something for you.  This stylish garden resort offers various attractions and amenities including lush tropical gardens, aviary, marine aquarium, and 12 swimming pools with different themes, water slides, and jacuzzis.

Room rates start at P2,500 per night, enabling you to enjoy the resort without breaking the bank.

The Orchid Gardens Resort Complex

Orchid Gardens Resort Complex

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Lazatin Blvd., Brgy. San Juan, San Fernando, Pampanga

Not only does this resort offer rooms and villas for overnight stays, it has Raging Water and Wave Pool to mimic nature.  They also have a jacuzzi, kiddie pool, and event venues that can accommodate 1,000 guests.

Hamanda Hotel

Hamanda Hotel

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Lazatin Blvd., Brgy. San Juan, San Fernando, Pampanga

Looking for a stylish place to stay in Pampanga?  Hamanda Hotel at Souq is for you!  Almost every corner of this quaint hotel makes a stunning backdrop to your photos.  From its wooden interiors to Pampanga-made furniture, this hotel screams Filipino theme with a twist.  And with the famous Souq Restaurant in the compound, you need not look further for that momentous experience.

Overnight stay starts at P3,200 for two.

Microtel by Wyndham

Microtel by Wyndhams

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LGC Blvd. LausGroup Complex, Jose Abad Santos Ave., San Fernando, Pampanga

Microtel is a no-frills hotel with 80 rooms, a swimming pool, and function room that can accommodate up to 80 persons.  The hotel takes pride in their cleanliness and excellent customer service which customers rave about.  Additionally, it is conveniently located near shops and restaurants making it a perfect spot for travelers looking to explore the city.

Bendix Hotel

Bendix Hotel

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MacArthur Highway, Dolores Intersection, San Fernando, Pampanga

Walking distance from the bus terminal, restaurants and food chains, a bank, and shops, Bendix Hotel is just what you need for that fantastic stay.  The amenities may be basic but the rooms are clean, the ambience friendly, and customer service is superb.

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Patrick is an entrepreneur, digital nomad, explorer, and photographer. Patrick is always in search of fun and adventure. He is well travelled throughout the world, and although location independent, his home base is Phoenix, Arizona in the USA. Patrick loves island lifestyle which is no wonder why he is so interested in spending time in the Philippines with it’s over 7,000 islands. Patrick created this site to share his knowledge of and experiences in the Philippines with Filipinos as well as other foreigners.

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