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"As the birthplace of sisig, Angeles City is a testament to the Kapampangans love for food. Be sure to eat at Aling Lucing's as it is the best place to have it. Also, book in advance at Bale Dutung and let Chef Claude Tayag introduce you to Kapampangan specialties. Visit the Pamintuan Mansion, which served as the seat of government of the First Philippine Republic under General Emilio Aguinaldo. For more of Angeles' rich culture and traditions, tour Museo Ning Angeles, a hub for exhibits, art classes, concerts, and other events."

Popular Angeles Hotels

BEDROOM DM Residente Hotel

DM Residente Hotel

1418 Federico St., Sta. Maria I Balibago, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
SWIMMING_POOL OYO 252 Hotel Euroasia

OYO 252 Hotel Euroasia

Don Juico Avenue, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009

Xenia Hotel

4030 C.M. Recto Highway, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2010
SWIMMING_POOL Lewis Grand Hotel

Lewis Grand Hotel

Don Juico Avenue, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
BEDROOM Eurotel Angeles

Eurotel Angeles

21 Don Juico Avenue, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Quest Plus Conference Center, Clark

Quest Plus Conference Center, Clark

Mimosa Drive, Mimosa Leisure Estate, Clark Freeport Zone, Clark Freeport Zone, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2023
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Red Planet Angeles City

Red Planet Angeles City

Don Juico Avevnue, Malabanias, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
BEDROOM RedDoorz Plus @ Balibago Angeles City

RedDoorz Plus @ Balibago Angeles City

192 MacArthur Highway, Balibago, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Rumi Apartelle Hotel

Rumi Apartelle Hotel

339 Sierra Madre Street Corner Makiling Street, Don Juico Avenue, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
SWIMMING_POOL Maharajah Hotel

Maharajah Hotel

#3 Texas Street, Amsic, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009

The Mansion

The Villages, Prince Balagtas Road, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
BEDROOM OYO 231 Hayvenhurst

OYO 231 Hayvenhurst

Malabanas Road 206,, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009

OYO 701 R-Kings

544 Don Juico Ave. Clark View Malabanias, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
SWIMMING_POOL Midori Clark Hotel and Casino

Midori Clark Hotel and Casino

Kalayaan Sreet., C.M. Recto Avenue,, Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
BAR_CAFE_LOUNGE Prime City Resort Hotel

Prime City Resort Hotel

Valdez Street, Josefa Subdivision, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
FUNCTIONAL_HALL Wild Orchid Resort Angeles

Wild Orchid Resort Angeles

A Santos Corner Johnny's Street, Balibago, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines
BEDROOM Prime Asia Hotel

Prime Asia Hotel

Lot 23, Narciso Street, Barangay Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
RESTAURANT 950 Condotel

950 Condotel

950 Fields Ave., Balibago, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009

Hotel America

Don Juico Ave., Malabanias, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
Located in Angeles City (Balibago), Hotel America is within a 15-minute walk of Clark Freeport Zone and Walking Street. This hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from SM City Clark and 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Bayanihan Park.
LOBBY Hotel Saleh

Hotel Saleh

Guest Houses
Narciso Avenue corner 22nd Street, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009

Guest reviews in Angeles

1,770 reviews from hotels in Angeles with aggregated rating of 8.1/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Angeles will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
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I like the free breakfast. The pillows smell a little bit odd. Welcoming receptionist. I wonder why the toilet seat does not have the cover.
Unsatisfied. Incomplete services! No free water! No service food! No free toiletries! We're so disappointed!
The staffs are clueless when we arrived, and we pay for breakfast, even though we have already paid for it. The management said the breakfast we paid for is just for one. If so, then they should change that policy. There are two persons checking in and of course, we will need two plates of food. Their policy does not make sense. I am not entirely sure if that is a ploy to get you into thinking that you've got a great deal.
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Hotel is a little outdated but the good thing is the bedsheet, blankets smell clean. Staffs are also nice. Near SM Clark so we were able to roam around. Overall a nice place to stay.
Our family had a great experience staying at the hotel. Their staff are very responsive to inquiries and very accomodating. They were very considerate to give us a room on the first floor considering we have a senior citizen with us. The rooms are very clean and beds are comfortable.
We booked the Executive Suite, bed is a bit smaller than I expected for a suite but comfy enough. Though the restroom is a bit old and needs more cleaning or an upgrade instead. Elevator is quite scary. But over all we had a great stay.
Its ok but not so clean... Breakfast is just a bread. Air con not so cold enough even out 22.. Wifi signal is very weak as their antena is too close to the wall.. Staff are friendly Over all with the price is considered ok... They should maintain their rooms and clean well to attrack more guest...
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The room and amenities are great. We are unsatisfied because of poor wifi internet connection (as in super weak even google or facebook messenger doesn't work). Another problem, was their food service in their cafe/resto for the free breakfast. We waited for 1 hour for them to serve our food even foreign guests got mad for the very long waiting.
I came in the past in this hotel many time and paying directly the reason I comeback here because of the staff is good and the manager maya was nice but this time I book online. the staff attitude was so bad specially the supervisor of the house keeper. he should never work in the hotel. the toilet very very stink smelly and broken. the room not clean the blanket disaster..never recommend and will never comeback here. very noisy hotel. they knocked the door at middle of the night from massage girl. they disturbing none stop. everytime we ask something they telling us we book in line not direct with us so we can not have it. they want to charge for small hand towel 100 pesos everyday.

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Angeles City is your starting point to begin your Philippine adventure. As a central leisure, fitness, entertainment and gaming hub, it’s also quite accessible to places such as Manila, Baguio, Subic, or any point abroad (via Clark International Airport).

Angeles City Pampanga

Angeles City, which is located in the province of Pampanga, is bordered by Mabalacat to the north, Mexico and San Fernando to the east, Bacolor to the south, and Porac to the west. Initially known as a nightlife entertainment of the south, the opening of the Clark Freeport Zone and the Clark International Airport has transformed the city into a highly-urbanized tourist destination with luxury hotels and casinos, and fine restaurants.


How to Go

By plane

Travelers from Boracay, Cebu and Davao, and other international locations like Singapore, South Korea, USA (via Korea), Malaysia, Macau, Hong Kong, Bangkok (via Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia), and Cambodia can fly directly to Clark, which is also known by its formal name, the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA).

By boat/ferry

Ferry routes to Angeles by way of Olongapo has since been disused. A more convenient way to travel from Manila would be by bus.

By land transportation

You can take the Pasay-Dagupan bus route at Five Star or Victory Liner and asked to be stopped at Angeles. There are also shuttle buses that provide a direct route to neighboring Subic, Olongapo for a minimal fee.

Should you decide to go by car, you can take a taxi service from NAIA that would cost you around Php2,000-3,000. It takes an hour to travel from Manila to Angeles City via ca by taking the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) or via Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) routes.


Getting Around

The jeepney is a recommended mode of transportation to go around. Take the green jeepneys if you’re planning to go to the city proper or old Culiat. The blue jeepneys pass by the Balibago nightlife district via MacArthur Highway, and and SM City Clark mall.

Grey jeepneys go to the city’s nightlife district via an alternative route. White jeepneys go to the city’s public markets, and will pass by Hensonville’s bar and grill restaurants along the way. Take the yellow jeepneys if you wish to exit the city proper and go to San Fernando, Pampanga.

For privacy and short trips, you can also take the tricycle, a motorcycle attached to a sidecar. You might feel a bit snug though once you ride the sidecar, as it is built for the average Asian height.


Tourist Attractions

It is always a rule of thumb to visit historical locations to get to know more about the city’s story. You can start with the Museo ning Angeles, which is located at the prime "Santo Rosario Historic District." Just across the district is the Santo Rosario Church.

Angeles Clark Museum

The Clark Museum will be also worth of your time. The Clark Museum, which is also referred to as the Kapampangan Museum, houses many artifacts and photos of the US occupation in the Philippines that would satisfy any history buff. You can opt for a guided tour or just explore on your own for an entrance fee of P30 per person.


Top Things to Do

Mount Pinatubo Angeles

Did you know that you can take a picnic at a zoo that overlooks the Clark Freeport Zone, Mount Arayat, and Mount Pinatubo? Paradise Ranch is a perfect retreat if you are with a big group looking to enjoy nature or planning to relax from the stress of city living. Although open to the public, there is a “conservation fee” of Php50 per person to pay before entering.

Angeles City also has a lot to offer for active people. If you’re a watersports fan, the Deca Wake Park is a great place to do wakeboarding. You can try flying on an ultra light aircraft out of Mabiga for as low as Php1650 or take full flight lessons with the Angeles City Flying Club, which is 10 minutes north of Angeles.

You can also join the HASH House Harrier group for their weekly run every Sunday from the Anchorage Inn at 2PM (for walkers/first timers) and 3PM (for runners). Fee for joining is Php 300 (for guys) and Php 100 (for girls), which will also cover your drinks on the run and at the end.


Where to Eat

Pampanga is the home to the sisig, which is a dish of fatty, sizzling pork bits served on a hot plate. So it only makes sense to try the best sisig ever at Aling Lucing’s at Corner G. Valdez and Agapito del Rosario Streets. Try also the pangat na ulang or giant shrimps cooked in a creamy, sour sauce, cooked binulo style (cooked inside bamboo poles) at Binulo Restaurant on MA Roxas Highway.

Pampanga Halo Halo

The halo-halo version of Pampanga at Corazon Street, Nepo Subdivision is something to look forward for, as it only has beans, sweetened saba bananas, sweet corn, and a flan made from carabao’s milk.



Enjoy partying at Angeles City’s super-clubs, including High Society, Skytrax and The Mansion. You can also head over R&B Club in Friendship and Klub Bossa in Diamond Subdivision to witness some of the city’s best vocal talents. Open-air music bars like the Jazz Grill under the Balibago bridge and KM 91 in Mabiga, Mabalacat are gaining popularity as well.

If you’re looking to go on a date with a loved one, try the Skybar located at Azzuro Hotel on MacArthur Highway to enjoy some of the Angeles City skyline.


Where to Stay

You would not have a problem securing a play to stay in Angeles City, as there are a lot of hotel accommodations to choose from depending on your preferences and your budget. If you’re looking for an individual suite or a four-bedroom penthouses to call home to, check in at the Angeles Beach Club Hotel in Malabanias.

, on the other hand, is perfect for travelers who are looking to be at the heart of all the action and still enjoy the highest standard of luxury. For budget travelers, the Tune Hotels are a perfect, more affordable yet comfortable alternative for as low as Php700 a night for two.


Travel Tips

• Don’t get stressed out if you missed doing something on your itinerary. Remember, you’re on vacation, so there’s always another day (or time) to do it.

• Although the locals can speak/understand English, try to learn some basic phrases. Locals tend to be more receptive and attentive to you if you manage to open a conversation by greeting them in their native tongue.

• If you’re looking to go into a fine-dining establishment or attend a high-end party, pack or purchase a little black or formal dress for girls or suit jacket and dress pants for guys and closed shoes. Shorts and slippers are deemed improper attire.
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