If you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the city during the Holy Week, then Sugarland Hotel is an ideal hotel in Bacolod City. This best hotel in Bacolod City is located in the southernmost part of Bacolod City and is far from the busy business district. Sugarland Hotel was inspired by the sugar industry, which is the primary source of livelihood for the people of Negros. As such, the hotel depicts the lifestyle of a true Negrense.
The lobby of Sugarland Hotel is relatively simple compared to the hotels in this list. The lobby has comfortable sofas as well as a waiting area. On the sides are plastic sugarcanes that reflect their sugar plantation theme. The logo of this hotel in Bacolod
City is also inspired by sugarcane.
If you still don’t know where to stay in Bacolod City, The rooms at Sugarland hotel are very spacious. Their beds are very comfortable, and the room is clean and sweet-smelling. Each room has Wi-Fi internet access, air-conditioning, cable TV, a phone, a private toilet, and a bathroom. Room rates start at PhP2,900 to PhP5,500 a night.
The facilities of this hotel in Bacolod City allow guests to experience a modern hacienda retreat with the charm and romance of old-world plantation living. Facilities include a business center, gift shop, swimming pool, 24-hour room service, Wi-Fi internet access, laundry and pressing service, dollar currency exchange, and massage service. They also provide airport and seaport transfers for guests.
How to get to Sugarland Hotel:
From the airport, take a shuttle (PhP141 to PhP203 per head) or a taxi to Sugarland Hotel. Travel time is around 40 minutes via Bacolod Airport Access Road. You can also take a taxi from Bredco Port. Travel time is about 14 minutes via Araneta Ave.
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This article was initially published in Yoorekka on March 29, 2018.
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