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This centrally located hotel is situated in downtown Bacolod and features comfortable rooms that are perfect for business travelers. L’Fisher Hotel is regularly visited by local and international travelers thanks to its convenient location close to many of the area’s business and commercial areas. Each of the 100 guestrooms are comfortable and clean and offer good quality accommodation with modern amenities including air conditioning, television, and a mini bar. L’Fisher Hotel also features a large swimming pool as well as a delicious restaurant serving local Filipino cuisine as well as other Asian favorites.
|ROOM TYPE||ROOM RATES|
|Super Deluxe||Php 5,000|
|Matrimonial Superior Deluxe||Php 6,600|
- Overnight room accommodation for single and double occupancy.
- Buffet Breakfast
- Government taxes and service
- Hotel rooms are subject to space availability
- Rates are not applicable during Maskara Festival
- Rates are subject to change without prior notice
- Rates valid until March 31, 2019
- 24-hour room service
- Airport transfer
- Car park
- Coffee shop
- Express check-in/check-out
- Laundry service
- Luggage storage
- Meeting facilities
- Poolside bar
- Room service
- Safety Deposit Box
- Smoking area
Sports and Recreation
The City of Bacolod is a major tourism destination in the Province of Negros Occidental in Western Visayas, a cluster of islands at the heart of the Philippine Archipelago. The biggest tourism asset of the city is the friendly and genuinely hospitable people, whose lilting Ilonggo dialect coupled with their winsome smiles have made Bacolod famous as the CITY OF SMILES.
Other than being known as such, Bacolod is also famous as MassKara Festival City because of the world-renown MassKara Festival which the city holds every October, specifically on the 3rd and 4th Sunday of the month where bright colored costumed dancers with with dazzling smiling masks dance and gyrate in the city’s major streets.
Visitors accommodation, excellent professional service, gourmet food and modern facilities have contributed greatly to making tourism a dynamic industry in the city. There has been a rapid growth in visitors’ accommodation over the last 7 years. In 2004 there were only 1,612 rooms. Now in 2011 Bacolod hotel rooms have burgeoned into 2,732 rooms including the l06 room hotel and 58 room inns now in their completion stage.
Heritage or historical and tourist landmarks of the city includes few old or antillan homes, the l35-year old San Sebastian Cathedral, the modern aesthetically designed churches, the world-class gifts and housewares of the Negros Showroom, gourmet restaurants for the best of Bacolod cuisine and the famous food trademark-the Bacolod chicken “inasal.”
An addition to the attractions of Bacolod as a tourist destination is the BACOLAODIAT which is coined from the word “Bacolod” and the Chinese word “laodiat” for celebration. It is held every Chinese New Year to celebrate the long-time fusion of Chinese and Filipino culture. This is a joint project of the City of Bacolod and the Chinoy Foundation composed of several Chinese organizations in Negros Occidental.