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"Caloocan has a noteworthy place in history as it was the hub of the Katipunan. Founded by Andres Bonifacio, this revolutionary society sparked the Philippine Revolution in 1896. The main landmark of the city, the Bonifacio Monument, is located at the intersection of Rizal Avenue and EDSA. It was designed by National Artist Guillermo Tolentino."

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LOBBY Kape Hotel

Kape Hotel

Bagong Barrio, Caloocan
(26 Reviews)
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Primary image Sobel Hotel

Sobel Hotel

Brgy. 78, Manumento
Located in Caloocan (Brgy. 78), Sobel Hotel is within a 10-minute drive of SM North EDSA and St. Luke's Medical Center. This hotel is 6.1 mi (9.9 km) from Manila Ocean Park and 6.3 mi (10.1 km) from U.S. Embassy.
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Hotel Interior/Public Areas OYO 1030 Ai Hotel

OYO 1030 Ai Hotel

Caloocan, Metro Manila
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Victoria Court North EDSA - Caloocan

Victoria Court North EDSA - Caloocan

Bagong Barrio, Caloocan
(17 Reviews)
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Primary image Jack & Claud Bed & Breakfast Guest House

Jack & Claud Bed & Breakfast Guest House

Guest Houses
Caloocan, Metro Manila
With a stay at Jack & Claud Bed & Breakfast Guest House in Caloocan, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of SM North EDSA and SM City Fairview. This guesthouse is 9.7 mi (15.7 km) from Philippine Arena and 14.2 mi (22.9 km) from Manila Ocean Park.
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LOBBY Hotel 99 Monumento

Hotel 99 Monumento

East Grace Park, Caloocan
(131 Reviews)
Relaxing and it's clean. Nice festival rooms. Fast transactions at the front desk. Will come back. 😊
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BEDROOM Hotel Sogo Edsa Caloocan

Hotel Sogo Edsa Caloocan

Morning Breeze Subdivision, Caloocan
(9 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Astrotel Monumento

Astrotel Monumento

Brgy. 78, Manumento
(12 Reviews)
The hotel is safe, they confirm any guess comes and goes. The bed, blanket and CR are clean. For the price given, the overall service is awesome.
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LOBBY OYO 233 Mabini Building

OYO 233 Mabini Building

Sangandaan, Caloocan
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LOBBY RedDoorz @ Kassel North Caloocan

RedDoorz @ Kassel North Caloocan

Caloocan, Metro Manila
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LOBBY Hotel Sogo LRT Monumento Station

Hotel Sogo LRT Monumento Station

East Grace Park, Caloocan
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Others Kape Hotel

Kape Hotel

Bagong Barrio, Caloocan
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BEDROOM Hotel Sogo Bagong Barrio

Hotel Sogo Bagong Barrio

Bagong Barrio, Caloocan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING RedDoorz @ JQV HOTEL Camarin Caloocan.

RedDoorz @ JQV HOTEL Camarin Caloocan.

Caloocan, Metro Manila
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Facts about hotel in Caloocan

Total Accommodation
14 Properties
Popular Area
Bagong Barrio, Sangandaan
Popular Hotel
Kape Hotel, Sobel Hotel
Popular Landmark
Victory Mall, Bonifacio Monument

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Chawalit P.
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2 Jan 2020
Very bad room, I have changed 3 time of the room but it still very bad such as Airconditioning not working very louder sound and room it very dirty. No more for this hotel
Jeffrey Ednalaguim Lee
/ 10
1 Dec 2019
The room is clean and comfortable. The staff are friendly and very helpful. The breakfast is delicious.
Janis J.
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20 Jun 2021
Our stay was so satisfying! Quality service and beautiful room! :).
Ronny R.
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30 Dec 2022
They refused my daughters entrance to the hotel. Since they could not stay, I could not stay either. They were clearly allowing whores to enter but they would not allow my daughters. It was a clear case of prejudice. There is no parking. STAFF is mind numbing discourteous.
Precious G.
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1 May 2017
not good enough. poor customer service
Ron C. R.
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7 Aug 2021
4:30pm we came in this hotel. So, all my booking was made online. I got receipt and the vouchers. And all of a sudden the receptionist told us to pay them the designated amount and the deposit fee of 1k. I told them i paid traveloka online. Which is they insisted to me in their system Is unpaid. So I got angry, I showed them my receipt and vouchers. Ang tagal naming nghintay sa labas ng office nila. Kalma lang ako kasi hindi ako taga dun. Mga 530pm n kme nakapasok sa room. It was tiring day for us kase nacancel ang booking namen sa Fox hotel. Malakas ang ulan ang tubig pumapasok sa pinto. Walang bidet ang toilet, tabo lang. Ok sana kung my balde eh tabo lang talaga. Mabaho din ang toilet walang ventillation. Masungit si receptionist pti mga staff nya. Ung mga staff nya hindi nakamask paano nasasabi ni reddorz na super sanitize and protected. I doubt. For me, I will not recommend this hotel. Kaya k nga nag ganyan para magrelax. Hindi yung susungitan ka nila. 0.1star sa inyo. Sana turuan sila maging polite sa customer. un lang. Masama lang talaga loob ko na pinaghintay kme ng matagal sa labas ng office nila.

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The best cities to visit in Caloocan are Manila, Makati, Marikina, Pasay, Quezon City, Valenzuela, Pasig, Taguig, Malabon, San Juan

How many hotels are listed in Caloocan?

Currently, there are around 14 hotels that you can book in Caloocan


Caloocan City Hall

If you are looking for a glimpse of the new urban Manila, then Caloocan is definitely a destination place for a day or two. It is colloquially spelled as Kalookan, meaning “innermost area.”  


At A Glance

Historically, Caloocan was the center of activities for the revolutionary group, Katipunan during the Spanish occupation in the Philippines. Hence, today stands a monument of their leader, Andres Bonifacio located on a roundabout in the North part of EDSA Highway. Aside from its connection to the Katipunan, the city is also known these days for having a high volume of motorcycle dealers and motorcycle spare parts dealers.  


How to Go

By plane

The airport destination is the NAIA or Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. From there, there are various modes of transportation that you can take.

By boat/ferry

If you are coming from a different island in the Philippines such as Visayas or Mindanao, you will be getting off at the Manila Port. From there, you can take a jeepney or taxi to LRT 1, then get off at 5th Avenue station. You can also opt to take a taxi straight to Caloocan City

By land transportation

From any northbound terminal along EDSA, you can ride a bus to Baclaran-Malanday via EDSA, McArthur. You will get off at Araneta Square Mall, which is located along Samson Road in Caloocan City.

If you are taking the train, take the MRT 3 along EDSA and ride any northbound train going the North Avenue Station. From there, take a bus going to Baclaran-Malanday as well and you will get off the same mall. It is also worth noting that the extension to the MRT 3 has started operations recently and now has a station in Caloocan City.


Getting Around

Getting around Caloocan City, you can take a jeepney or a tricycle. The cheapest is a jeepney where you share the space with 13 other people – the fare depends on the destination. The tricycle is the motorcycle with the side car. This is more private but a little bit more expensive.


Tourist Attractions

If you want a blast from the past, you can visit the bronze monument or more commonly known as Monumento located at a rotunda in the Northern part of EDSA. This is a very memorable statue in Philippine history because this marks hero Andres Bonifacio’s famous “cry” (sigaw) and the convening of 1,000 “Katipuneros” who tore up their cedulas to mark the first Philippine revolution.

While sightseeing, might as well drop by the corner of M. Hizon and C. Apostol streets where the Horace Higgins Hall – Philippine National Railways is located. The structure used to be a warehouse and the place of the first train trip in November 1892. While at the place, take notice of the architectural detailing and how it was preserved over the years.

Thai To Taoist Temple

One more venue to visit is the Thai To Taoist Temple Pagoda, which is over a hundred years old. This is notable in the area because this marks the thriving Chinese community in Caloocan as they were one of the first settlers in the city.


Top Things to Do

If you own a motorcycle and you are looking for parts – or you are simply in the market for a new set of bi-wheels, then it would be worth going to the 10th Avenue area and P. Zamora and A. Mabini streets where there are clusters of motorcycle units and spare parts vendors. Anything you need for your motorcycle are guaranteed to be found here, and at very affordable prices!

There is also the Gubat sa Ciudad (or Forest in the City) Resort located in Bagumbong. It was very popular in the 90’s but has still tried to keep up with the times. It is a forest-like resort where it used to be famous for having the longest pool slide and had trees all over the place. If you are looking for more of the 90’s feel and you are in Caloocan, this is the place for you.

Victory Central Mall Caloocan

There are also festivals in the city, the most famous among those is the Pajotan Festival held every last Sunday of January on Maypajo street. This is the festival that pays homage to the small version of the mango called pajotan. If you happen to choose the dates of your travel, try to pick these days – otherwise, you can still enjoy other festivities happening throughout the year. If you are more on the urban thrill, there are various malls to choose from: The most common is the Victory Central Mall in Gracepark, Caloocan; there is also the Ever Gotesco Mall, Araneta Square and of course, there will always be the popular SM Sangandaan located along Marcelo Del Pilar street.


Where to Eat

The must go-to restaurant when in Caloocan City is the Boy Ching Woo Restaurant located along General Luna street. The restaurant was founded in 1939 and stands to this day satisfying the appetites of residents and tourists alike. While in the area, you can also go to A. Bonifacio Avenue, McArthur Highway and Rizal Avenue extension to check out more restaurants and have your very own Caloocan dining experience.

Sapin Sapin Dolor's Kakanin

For a sweet ending, the rice cake is the specialty in the area. Visit Dolor’s Kakanin along McArthur Highway or Sally’s Homemade Kakanin and choose from a wide assortment of rice-based desserts.



Night-goers also have their fair share of destinations in Caloocan City. There is of course the famous Padi’s Point located along Rizal Avenue extension. For the more hip and younger crowd, there is the Hangout Food Park along Camarin Road. The set-up is more of the open air type with vendors selling any and every type of food you could think of. From pork barbecues, to isaw, to affordable steaks and burgers to pasta – all sold at very affordable prices. The park offers a more communal feel and gives an urban, modern and clean style of fun at night.


Where to Stay

Ideal for travellers, there are various affordable options of Caloocan Hotels. There are various Sogo Hotels along LRT Monumento Station and EDSA Caloocan. There are also other choices such as Eurotel and Kabayan Hotel all within the price range.

For the more relaxed atmosphere, you can also check into the numerous private resorts that have pools and offer recreational activities. The most recommended of which are Villa Hizon Private Resort in Victory Heights Subdivision, Villa Rico Events and Garden Resort in Vista Verde North and Villa Celedonia Recreational Resort in Bagumbong.  


Travel Tips

• Plan your lodging and your destinations ahead. The city is an urban jungle and being organized saves you more time to enjoy rather than getting lost.

• Pack light – there may be instances that you will need to walk briskly or into a crowd – having heavy baggage may slow you down.

• Bring a cap and umbrella for protection from unpredictable weather.
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