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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Bacolod: King's Hotel

During our less-than-24-hour visit to the City of Smiles, King's Hotel served as our home - our luggage keeper - for this much-awaited final-leg of our Eat, Pray, Love Trip. And even though this hotel is not as grand as any tourist would choose to stay-in, my superfriends and I enjoyed it's close-to-all location.

Coming from Iloilo via ferry, we arrived at Bacolod City around 2 in the afternoon. My friends and I had two choices then, but we opted this place since it is closer to SM Bacolod.

From the port, hailing a cab to take us here was so easy. Since it is just along the national road, drivers are familiar with it. 

Upon checking in, we were welcomed by a helping guard who carried our luggage to the reception area. We were already at the last leg of our trip, so we were kinda on a budget then. We said to ourselves to do not spend too much on accommodation since we just needed a place to keep our stuff while checking out this beautiful place, so having this place came so handy and pocket-friendly.

King's Hotel is just a 15-minute walk to SM Bacolod, a little less than 15 minutes to Manokan County, where we had the tastiest Chicken Inasal ever, 10 minutes away from Bacolod Public Plaza and San Sebastian Cathedral. King's Hotel is also close to banks, supermarkets and wet market! Thats' why choosing this place to be our home here in Bacolod City was one of the best decisions we had during our trip.

And despite of not having a chance to visit The Ruins, we were still glad because King's Hotel made the most our trip wonderful - especially with their room rates. Hehe.

We were three then, so we had their Junior Suite, which is Php995.00 per night that time. With air-conditioning system, hot and cold shower, cable TV and three separate beds for us, a room just right for our needs. ^_^

So, if you are looking for a strategically placed hotel at the heart of City of Smiles, I recommend to you this nice place called King's Hotel, located at San Sebastian-Gatuslao Streets with telephone numbers 434-4500 and 434-4500.

Happy rammmpa!

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