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San Fernando Hotels

Pampanga, Philippines · 16 hotels available

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"San Fernando is mainly known for its Giant Lantern Festival, which takes place during December. There are, however, other family-friendly attractions worth visiting all throughout the year. Enjoy rides at Sky Ranch, swim at Villa Alfredo's, and jump to your heart's content at the Jump Yard Trampoline Park. Take the kids out for a history lesson at the San Fernando Train Station. Now a museum, it was the end point of the Bataan Death March."

Popular San Fernando Hotels

17-22, Lazatin Blvd.,, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines, 2000
Convenient - 7.3 / 10(7)
Km 73.7 Post Sindalan, Mac Arthur Highway, Sindalan, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines, 2000
Superb - 9.2 / 10(11)
MacArthur Highway, Dolores, City of San Fernando, Pampanga, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines, 2000
Impressive - 8.4 / 10(5)
General view Best Western The Mint Hotel
4895 BLK. 1, MON TANG AVENUE, MAC ARTHUR HIGHWAY,, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines, 4895
General view Microtel Inn & Suites San Fernando
LGC Boulevard,, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines, 2000
Featured Image The Tavern Hotel
Tavern Bldg Lazatin Boulevard, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines, 2000
With a stay at The Tavern Hotel in San Fernando, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of SM City Pampanga and Sky Ranch Pampanga. This hotel is 15.7 mi (25.3 km) from Clark Freeport Zone and 14.4 mi (23.2 km) from Walking Street.
Featured Image Hotel Gracelane
Greenhills Street, San Agustin, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines, 2000
With a stay at Hotel Gracelane in Bacolor, you'll be 7.9 mi (12.7 km) from Santo Rosario Church and 8 mi (12.9 km) from Holy Angel University. This hotel is 8.1 mi (13 km) from Jenra Grand Mall and 8.1 mi (13.1 km) from Nepo Mall.
Other Armandos Wellness Resort
Main Road, Bulaon, City of San Fernando, Pampanga, San Fernando, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines, 2000
4 Magsaysay St. Davson Subdivision, Brgy. Sindalan , Sindalan, San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines, 2000

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Christmas Capital San Fernando

San Fernando, Pampanga is a favorite weekend destination for locals in need of some fresh air and authentic Kapampangan sisig. Known to be the “Christmas Capital of the Philippines,” San Fernando holds an annual Giant Lantern Festival to pay tribute to their number one product: the parol.

How to Go

By Land

From Cubao, go on a Victory Bus Liner with a route to Olongapo. Be sure to tell the conductor that you’ll be getting off at San Fernando before hopping on a bus as not all make a stop at SF. The ride is less than two hours long.

Getting Around

San Fernando is a progressive city so it will not be hard for you to go around town with a jeepney or tricycle, or even a taxi.

Tourist Attractions

Lantern Festival

The best attraction in San Fernando is the annual Giant Lantern Festival held every December until the first week of January. The streets are filled with enormous parols as their creators boast them off to onlookers. Various barangays also compete against each other to win the best lantern award during this time.

Pampanga Eye

Another popular attraction is the Pampanga Eye, a towering Ferris wheel that’s 65 meters in height. It is found at the Sky Ranch and many a thrill seeker line up to brave the dizzying heights.

For the less adventurous, they can take a more relaxing tour of San Fernando’s heritage district filled with heritage houses, government buildings, churches, schools, and other historical buildings.

Top Things to Do

San Fernando Railway

Be sure to watch the Giant Lantern Parade in December – the winds are cool and the sights are lovely. You can also go back in time by visiting historical buildings such as the San Fernando Train Station – no longer functioning today, but stands as a museum preserving the memory of the building. Finally, go on a food trip and sample the best in Kapampangan cuisine.

Where to Eat

San Fernando Sisig

Start with Everybody’s Café, a post-war restaurant that serves home-cooked meals via turo-turo (pointing at the food you want to order). Be bold and daring as you try fried crickets and frogs as an afternoon snack.

Also try out Susie’s Cuisine, a former carinderia turned restaurant, and eat their bestselling pancit luglog and various rice cakes and cassava cakes.


Several bars are open until late in the evening. They serve Filipino comfort food paired with thirst-quenching beers. City Grill & Restaurant is one of the community’s favorites, and may fill up as the night grows.

Where to Stay

There are several options to stay, depending on your budget. Backpackers can opt to stay in Maharlika Hostel for less than PhP1,000/night. If you have PhP3,000/night to spare, you can reserve accommodations in Hotel Gracelane. Those seeking three to four-star hotel treatment may book a stay at The Tavern Villas at Orchid Gardens or Best Western Bendix Hotel for less than PhP9,000/night.

Travel Tips

  • Best time to visit San Fernando is around Lenten Season and Christmas
  • Bring your ATM card with you as there are many ATMs around the area
  • While San Fernando is generally safe, do be careful of men trying to “lend a lady” to you; avoid bars and other eating establishments where you feel you aren’t safe

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