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"Highly urbanized Lucena is the capital of Quezon Province. When you're here, a food trip is a must! Buy fresh seafood from Dalahican Port first thing in the morning; enjoy Lucena specialties such as Pancit Chami, tinapa or smoked fish, kakanin, and lambanog or coconut liquor. After all, Lucena has vast coconut plantations. Don't miss the Pasayahan Festival in May."

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BEDROOM Queen Margarette Hotel Downtown

Queen Margarette Hotel Downtown

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Lucena, Quezon Province
Convenient
8.0
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Quezon Premier Hotel Lucena

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Lucena, Quezon Province
With a stay at Quezon Premier Hotel Lucena in Lucena, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Botanical Garden & Arboretum and Lucena Cathedral. This hotel is 20.2 mi (32.5 km) from Villa Escudero Plantations and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Maryhill College.
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SWIMMING_POOL Queen Margarette Hotel - Main

Queen Margarette Hotel - Main

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Lucena, Quezon Province
Impressive
8.3
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Urbantel Hotel

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Lucena, Quezon Province
With a stay at Urbantel Hotel in Lucena, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Lucena Perez Park and Quezon Convention Center. This hotel is 22.3 mi (36 km) from Villa Escudero Plantations and 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Maryhill College.
Convenient
8.2
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Villa Elizabeth Beach Resort

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Lucena, Quezon Province
With a stay at Villa Elizabeth Beach Resort in Lucena, you'll be 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Lucena Fish Port Complex and 18.8 mi (30.3 km) from Kamay Ni Hesus Healing Church. This beach resort is 20.2 mi (32.4 km) from Girasoles Farm and 25.2 mi (40.6 km) from Villa Escudero Plantations.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Hotel Rosita Lucena

Hotel Rosita Lucena

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Lucena, Quezon Province
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COMMON_SPACE Ouans The Farm Resort

Ouans The Farm Resort

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Lucena, Quezon Province
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HOTEL_SERVICES MEACO ROYAL HOTEL - LUCENA CITY

MEACO ROYAL HOTEL - LUCENA CITY

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Lucena, Quezon Province
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LOBBY Reddoorz Premium @ Ouans the Farm Resort

Reddoorz Premium @ Ouans the Farm Resort

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Lucena, Quezon Province
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Sto. Nino Residences

Sto. Nino Residences

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Lucena, Quezon Province
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Queen Margarette Hotel Downtown, Quezon Premier Hotel Lucena
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Lucena Perez Park, Lucena City Government Complex

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Leah I.
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3 Jan 2023
It was actually nice to stay at the hotel. I just had a few mishaps during online booking and check-in and I can't blame the hotel for it. It was a same-day online booking (booked online at 4pm, standard check-in is at 2pm) and I was supposed to book a room for 2 people with breakfast. However, since there are only three (3) remaining available rooms, I made the booking and payment very quickly and did not notice that I had the booking (with breakfast) for 1 person only. I called the hotel to check if my booking is successful and asked if they can accommodate 2 people because we are 2 and it shows in my voucher that the number of guest is only 1. The lady said OK since the room is actually good for 2. So we checked-in at 8PM and during the process, I was advised that the breakfast was only for 1 person and that I had to make another payment for the other guest's breakfast if I wish to. I tried asking if they can consider it but was advised that since it was stated in the voucher that only one person has breakfast, they can only accommodate 1 person. I tried checking the Traveloka online booking again and it seems that there are no changes in the amount even if I make the guests 2 with breakfast so I tried asking the hotel lobby again. Unfortunately, was not allowed to. So we just paid for the other guest's bill for breakfast. My bad though. So really, double-check the number of guests in your booking before proceeding with your payment especially if it includes breakfast. For the room-I caught colds when I woke up. I am unsure though if it is because of the aircon or the bed sheet. The aircon is not set up too low, though, but I can't totally say that it was the bed linens. Bringing of outside food is allowed but with a corkage fee of 20% of the total amount of the food you are going to bring in. We actually bought dinner but since we were advised about the corkage fee, we ended up eating our food inside the car, before we went inside. The location is pretty easy to go to. It is pinned correctly both in Waze and in Maps. The Receptionist is also quite friendly.
Cheryl A. S.
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21 Apr 2019
This hotel is perfect for family getaway or backpacker who wants to explore the nearby beaches/resorts in Lucena Quezon. Room is clean and comfortable. Location is perfect as well since it is very convenient for transportation and lot of stores nearby.
Alelie B.
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9 Mar 2020
The room is okay have extra pillows blankets and towel. Im not used of being endorsed of inventories inside the room whenever I check-in, its quite off for me. The complimentary breakfast is not satisfying, the food is not value for money. Hope they will be able to improve their service to elevate their standard
Devimar M.
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3 Nov 2023
Very accommodating staff. Secured basement parking. Accessible to major establishments in the City. Walking distance to Provincial Capitol, Banks, and the Cathedral.

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Most commonly asked questions in Lucena

Where are the best cities to visit in Lucena?

The best cities to visit in Lucena are Lucban, Pagbilao, Tayabas City, Infanta, Atimonan, Candelaria, Catanauan, Mauban, Real, Tiaong

How many hotels are listed in Lucena?

Currently, there are around 10 hotels that you can book in Lucena

About

Lucena Perez Park

The capital city of Quezon Province, Philippines, Lucena is for culture and festival junkies. If you are excited over famous historical and religious landmarks, Lucena won’t disappoint.

Lucena is a highly urbanized city that houses various governmental agencies, businesses, and factories, like any urban city. It is home to numerous religious landmarks, the old Capitol which tells the history of Quezon Province, and some heritage buildings and houses in Allarey and Zamora Streets. For relaxation, there are eco parks, farms, and beach resorts in Lucena which are also popular to tourists.

 

How to Go    

By plane

Although there are no commercial flights to Lucena, there exists the Lucena Airport which light aircrafts can use.

By land transportation

The most usual way to Lucena is by land because it is also in the island of Luzon where Manila is situated. You can take a bus or ride a car on a road trip and enjoy the sights on the way to Lucena for more or less four hours. There are terminals in EDSA-Kamuning, Cubao, Buendia-Taft, and Pasay which will take you to Quezon Province.

 

Getting Around

As typical in most Philippine provinces, it is best to ride tricycles for short travels within Lucena City. Yet, there are plenty of bus and jeepney terminals around should you need transportation for longer travels.

 

Tourist Attractions

St. Ferdinand Cathedral

The most famous attractions are the century-old St. Ferdinand Cathedral and the old Quezon Provincial Capitol or “Kapitolyo.” St. Ferdinand Cathedral, which was built in 1881, is now a common meetup place of locals. Meanwhile, the Kapitolyo was built in 1908 that looks pristine with the stretch of pond lying in front of it. This structure of neoclassical art-deco style was declared as a National Historical Landmark in 2011.

Beach buddies need not fret because Dalahican and Talao-Talao beach resorts are waiting for them. Gardens, farms, and parks, on the other hand, are the go-to places for the fauna-loving vacationer and those looking forward to a relaxing nature walk.

 

Top Things to Do

Manuel L. Quezon Shrine

Take a stroll at Perez Park. It is one of the biggest parks in the country (second to Rizal Park in Manila) with playground, food stalls, rock monuments, and a multicolored jet fountain. The park is adjacent to the Quezon Museum and the Manuel L. Quezon Shrine, which should be your next stop. These are just beside the old Quezon Provincial Capitol. Other nice places to while away the time and take Instagram-worthy pictures include the Botanical Garden & Arboretum and the Orchids Country Farm.

Shop for pasalubong (food and other items to bring home to loved ones). Kalamay rice cakes, cassava cakes, pastillas, boat tarts, longganisang lucban, buli weaved materials are the top items to purchase. Pasalubong stores can be found in most major roads in Lucena.

Pasayahan sa Lucena

If you can schedule your trip to Lucena on either May 15 or May 27 to 29, do so! May 15 is the Feast of San Isidro Labrador, a colorful festivity held when houses are decorated with candies, food crops, fruits, and lots of colorful “Kiping” which is a thin, leaf-shaped wafer made of rice dough. May 27 to 29 are dates for the annual Pasayahan sa Lucena which you should also look forward to if street party and merry-making ala Mardi Gras Festival in Rio de Janeiro is your kind of thing.

 

Where to Eat

Buddys Pancit Lucban

If you are craving for authentic local food, and you should because a vacation is complete only when you experience eating native dishes, please don’t leave Quezon Province without eating Pancit Lucban. This noodle dish stew was first served somewhere else in Quezon, in Buddy’s Pancit Lucban at the municipality of Lucban, in particular, but there is now a Buddy’s branch at Pacific Mall, Lucena City.

Another must-eat is the chami, another type of noodle dish but with fatter noodles, which you can get at the famous Catalino’s Restaurant located at Gulang-Gulang, Lucena City. They also serve bulanglang buko sa ulang (giant freshwater prawn cooked with coconut strips) and laing (taro leaves in coconut milk), among others. Catalino’s is famous not only for the good food they serve but also for the fantastic view one can have while dining there. The restaurant is overlooking Mt. Banahaw and Alitaoo River.

Other recommendable dining options are Café Antigua, Bubbles Crispy Pata, Peking, Koon Lin Seafood Restaurant, and the seafood eateries at Dalahican Fish Port.

 

Nightlife

Offering the best entertainment from local musicians, bands, and disc jockeys is Central Park Garden Café and Restaurant in Brgy. Ilayang Dupay. The place is where the locals flock to for some stress relief after a tiring work week or simply for some fun night just because. You can party there daily from 6:00pm to 2:00am.

 

Where to Stay

Villa Javierto is a popular place to stay at because of it offers fantastic views of Mt. Banahaw and Alitaoo River. Wait, that sounds familiar, doesn’t it? It’s because we have said the same thing earlier for Catalino’s Restaurant! Well, Catalino’s Restaurant is actually located in Villa Javierto, that’s why. Lucena is not short of hotels and lodging places. Premier places are the Diamond Resort and Hotel and Queen Margarette Hotel. There are also many hostels and lodges in Lucena for budget-conscious travelers.

 

Travel Tips

  • The best time to visit is May because of the festivals held during such month plus the weather is calm that time.

  • Casual and light, comfortable clothing is best. Use of insect repellant is also advisable especially when going for nature walks to prevent possible insect bites.

  • Take time to visit as well tourist spots outside Lucena to maximize your stay in Quezon province.

 

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