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San Pablo City, Laguna, Philippines
May 20 — May 212
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Ang Tahanan Ni Aling Meding Hotel
Ang Tahanan Ni Aling Meding Hotel
7.8 Good
Dagatan Boulevard, San Pablo City, Philippines
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1.4 km from city centre, San Pablo City 
GoodBased on 60 reviews
7.8

Ang Tahanan Ni Aling Meding Hotel And Restaurant provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in San Pablo. It also offers an outdoor pool, a beauty centre and free Wi-Fi.

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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:July
Average price in San Pablo City:₱2,638/night
Cheapest price found:₱820/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
₱1,204 - ₱3,767
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₱1,000 - ₱4,409
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Ang Tahanan Ni Aling Meding Hotel
Ang Tahanan Ni Aling Meding Hotel
7.8 Good
Dagatan Boulevard, San Pablo City, Philippines
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1.4 km from city centre,  

Ang Tahanan Ni Aling Meding Hotel And Restaurant provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in San Pablo. It also offers an outdoor pool, a beauty centre and free Wi-Fi.

₱2,672
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Hotel prices in San Pablo City

2 stars and under
#1 Most popular

Tierra de Oro Resort-Hotel

Maharlika Hi-way Barangay San Antonio, San Pablo City, Philippines

5.3 Okay
₱1,729

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3 stars
Ang Tahanan Ni Aling Meding Hotel
#1 Most popular

Ang Tahanan Ni Aling Meding Hotel

Dagatan Boulevard, San Pablo City, Philippines

7.8 Good
₱2,672

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About San Pablo City

San Pablo is known as the “City of Seven Lakes”, where bright-blue waters meet cloud-rimmed mountain peaks. A treasure trove of natural wonders awaits, along with its annual Coconut Festival and traditional Buko pie.

Things to do

If you’re searching for tranquillity, plan a trip to Lake Pandin. Hike to the head of the lake and take in the exquisite views. Go for a swim, take a bamboo raft out on the water or embark on an exploration of the surrounding area.

Outdoor enthusiasts can head to the heart of the city, where Sampaloc Lake is located, and enjoy views of the lake and the extinct volcanic crater in the distance. It’s a great place for spending a lazy afternoon, so take a stroll around the lake, sit and people watch or check out the vendors and food stands.

If you’re looking to escape the sizzling heat, visit Bato Springs. Cool down in one of the four spring pools, relax and unwind beneath the waterfall or just sit back and take in the ambiance of the natural surroundings.

When you need a dose of culture, travel to Saint Paul the First Hermit Cathedral. This beautiful cathedral features a taste of Romanesque architecture with its impressive altar.

Getting around

From Manila, it’s less than a three-hour bus or train ride into San Pablo. You can drive the distance or take a taxi in about one hour. The most efficient way to get around San Pablo is to hire a jeepney or tricycle, but much of the area can also be explored on foot.

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San Pablo is known as the “City of Seven Lakes”, where bright-blue waters meet cloud-rimmed mountain peaks. A treasure trove of natural wonders awaits, along with its annual Coconut Festival and traditional Buko pie.

Things to do in San Pablo City

If you’re searching for tranquillity, plan a trip to Lake Pandin. Hike to the head of the lake and take in the exquisite views. Go for a swim, take a bamboo raft out on the water or embark on an exploration of the surrounding area.

Outdoor enthusiasts can head to the heart of the city, where Sampaloc Lake is located, and enjoy views of the lake and the extinct volcanic crater in the distance. It’s a great place for spending a lazy afternoon, so take a stroll around the lake, sit and people watch or check out the vendors and food stands.

If you’re looking to escape the sizzling heat, visit Bato Springs. Cool down in one of the four spring pools, relax and unwind beneath the waterfall or just sit back and take in the ambiance of the natural surroundings.

When you need a dose of culture, travel to Saint Paul the First Hermit Cathedral. This beautiful cathedral features a taste of Romanesque architecture with its impressive altar.

Getting around San Pablo City

From Manila, it’s less than a three-hour bus or train ride into San Pablo. You can drive the distance or take a taxi in about one hour. The most efficient way to get around San Pablo is to hire a jeepney or tricycle, but much of the area can also be explored on foot.

  • What are the best hotels in San Pablo City?

    San Pablo City is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Ang Tahanan Ni Aling Meding Hotel, which has a current rating of 7.8. For other potential stays, consider Casa San Pablo B & B and Zacona Eco-Resort & Biblical Garden, which can also be great places to stay in San Pablo City.