Cabanatuan City hotels
Cabanatuan City General Information
Cabanatuan is a town in the province of Nueva Ecija, Philippines; it boasts many historic sites and quaint Cabanatuan hotels.
The Philippines is a multi-faceted place to visit, with influences of ancient Filipino, East Asian, Pacific Islander and Spanish styles. The Spanish occupied the islands for close to 400 years, influencing the language, religious beliefs and architectural heritage of this archipelago. Evidence of this is in the many Spanish names and colonial-style architecture.
One thing the more adventurous eaters of exotic foods should attempt is a motorized tricycle ride to a local restaurant for the popular balut. This Philippine delicacy made of a duck embryo cooked whilst keeping its brittle shell intact. Or, the infamous durian fruit, most known for its distinct smell and unique, creamy flavour.
Close to accommodation in Cabanatuan is Camp Pangatian, first a military training camp, later a concentration camp for prisoners of war during the Japanese occupation of World War II. Today, it is a Filipino memorial site adorned with numerous memorials. One such memorial is the General Antonio Luna Marker. General Antonio Luna was a leading pharmacist in Europe, a revolutionary and the Filipino Army Chief of War Operations during the fight for independence from Spain and the United States. Just south of Camp Pangatian is Tagaytay, home to the Rizal Shrine, the birthplace of Philippines national hero Jose Rizal.
Cabanatuan accommodation near each site includes colonial-style buildings or modern locales. Visitors can book accommodation in Cabanatuan with the best hotel rewards programto receive priority club service.
Offering comfortable accommodation and friendly services, Microtel Inn & Suites Cabanatuan welcomes the travellers to plan their holiday stay at this property. The attractions in Cabanatuan are... More