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"This neighboring province north of Manila is known for a number of historical landmarks and natural parks. Gear up for a fun weekend of eco-adventure at Biak na Bato National Park where you can go camping, spelunking, bird watching, and a lot more. Most resorts here feature large water parks and river adventure so it’s one of the top favorite swimming destinations near Metro Manila."

Popular hotels in Bulacan

Foto utama Aerostop Hotel & Restaurant

Aerostop Hotel & Restaurant

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Plaridel, Bulacan
Located in Plaridel, Aerostop Hotel & Restaurant is a 2-minute drive from St. James Parish Church and 11 minutes from Barasoain Church. This hotel is 5.6 mi (9 km) from Malolos Cathedral and 12.2 mi (19.6 km) from Philippine Arena.
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8.3
(7 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Lawiswis Kawayan Resort

Lawiswis Kawayan Resort

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Calumpit, Bulacan
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VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Floating Sanctuary by Cocotel

Floating Sanctuary by Cocotel

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Santa Maria, Bulacan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING IASIS Bed & Breakfast

IASIS Bed & Breakfast

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Angat, Bulacan
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LOBBY Yes Hotel San Ildefonso

Yes Hotel San Ildefonso

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San Ildefonso, Bulacan
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La Florentina Resort

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Bustos, Bulacan
With a stay at La Florentina Resort in Bustos, you'll be 15.9 mi (25.6 km) from Philippine Arena and 14.6 mi (23.5 km) from Malolos Cathedral. This hotel is 27.2 mi (43.7 km) from TriNoma and 27.4 mi (44.2 km) from SM North EDSA.
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Pension Inn Marilao

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Marilao, Bulacan
With a stay at Pension Inn Marilao in Marilao, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Philippine Arena and Teodoro Luna House. This guesthouse is 11.5 mi (18.5 km) from SM North EDSA and 14.4 mi (23.1 km) from Rizal Park.
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Foto utama Richmond Villa Private Resort by Cocotel

Richmond Villa Private Resort by Cocotel

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Guiguinto, Bulacan
With a stay at Richmond Villa Private Resort by Cocotel in Guiguinto, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Barasoain Church and Malolos Cathedral. This guesthouse is 7.4 mi (11.9 km) from Philippine Arena and 21.2 mi (34.2 km) from SM North EDSA.
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LOBBY RedDoorz @ EL Highway Hotel Bulacan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Casa Lina Riverside Adventure

Casa Lina Riverside Adventure

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San Rafael, Bulacan
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BEDROOM Hotel Turista San Jose

Hotel Turista San Jose

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San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Casita at Numana Farm

Casita at Numana Farm

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Santa Maria, Bulacan
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SWIMMING_POOL Klir Waterpark Resort

Klir Waterpark Resort

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Guiguinto, Bulacan
Convenient
7.3
(5 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING DMM Condotel

DMM Condotel

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Baliuag, Bulacan
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BEDROOM Amore Apartelle

Amore Apartelle

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Baliuag, Bulacan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Hollywood Suites and Resorts - Meycauayan

Hollywood Suites and Resorts - Meycauayan

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Bancal, Meycauayan City
Good
6.3
(5 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Meaco Royal Hotel - Plaridel

Meaco Royal Hotel - Plaridel

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Plaridel, Bulacan
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LOBBY My Cabin by Selah

My Cabin by Selah

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Bustos, Bulacan
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BEDROOM Web's Lair

Web's Lair

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Plaridel, Bulacan
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LOBBY RedDoorz Hostel @ Floating Sanctuary Bulacan
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Facts about hotel in Bulacan

Total Accommodation
36 Properties
Popular City
Malolos, San Rafael
Popular Hotel
Aerostop Hotel & Restaurant, Lawiswis Kawayan Resort
Popular Landmark
Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Minor Basilica, Savemore Market

Guest reviews in hotel near Bulacan

8.4
Impressive
40 reviews from hotels in Bulacan with aggregated rating of 8.4/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in hotel near Bulacan will help you to choose the perfect hotel easily!
heidi c. s.
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13 Sep 2020
Had a pleasant and comfortable stay here. Near mall, fastfood chains etc.
Renz C. V. T.
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25 Sep 2022
The staff are very accommodating. However, the shower nozzle in the bathroom where we stayed wasn't working perfectly.
15 Jan 2020
Convenience and near to our site visit work. Easy access to get a taxi and foods.
Leah F. D. C.
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2 Jan 2024
Nice place and service! Would recommend to my friends.

Frequently Asked Questions about hotels in Bulacan

What are the best areas to visit near Bulacan?

If you are in Bulacan, you can also visit Bustos, Hagonoy, Balagtas, Angat, Baliuag, Bulacan City, Bocaue, Marilao, Malolos, Calumpit

What are the most recommended regions to be visited beside Bulacan?

You can visit and enjoy your staycation in these popular regions such as Batangas, Laguna, Cebu, La Union, Bataan, Cavite, Bohol, Pampanga, Iloilo, Palawan.

How many hotels are listed in Bulacan?

Currently, there are around 36 hotels that you can book in Bulacan

About

Barasoain Church

Bulacan is an underrated vacation spot in the Philippines that you should include in your itinerary. Rich in history, theme parks, resorts, and food, you’ll be surprised about what this province can offer you.

 

At A Glance

Just north of Metro Manila and Rizal, Bulacan is bordered by the provinces of Pampanga to the west, Nueva Ecija to the north, and Aurora and Quezon to the east. It’s proximity to Manila might have some locals dismiss it as a viable tourist destination, but there’s plenty to do for anyone who wish to take a short, weekend break from Manila.

 

How to Go

By plane

Bulacan is just a two-hour drive from Manila and Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), so there’s no need to take a plane. You could, however, take a public bus, private van or car service to Bulacan.

By boat/ferry

Bulacan is all terrain, so the most convenient transportation mode is by land.

By land transportation

There are plenty of options for you to travel to Bulacan by land. If you intend to go straight from NAIA, there are car rentals that can take up to 8 people starting at P1,400 one-way to Malolos, the capital city of Bulacan.

You can always take a taxi and go to any of Manila’s main bus terminals (Manila, Pasay and Quezon City) to take a bus ride to Bulacan. Philippine Rabbit, Victory Liner, and Aladdin Transit pass by Bulacan via the Tabang exit. Baliuag Transit, California Bus Line, Sampaguita Liner and Royal Eagle can take you to the municipalities of Baliuag, Balagtas and Hagonoy.

 

Getting Around

Like in most urban areas in the Philippines, jeepneys and buses are the primary modes of transportation when commuting in Bulacan. Tricycles, or motorcycles attached to a sidecar, are used when travelling to short distances.

 

Tourist Attractions

Exploring Bulacan is best done like a road trip, as there are a lot of awesome sights to take in. The Angat Afterbay Regulatory Dam in Bustos, for example, is a sight to behold. Also known as Bustos Rubber Dam, Angat Afterbay is made out of rubber (!). Swimming though is prohibited, but it’s a great place to take selfies. Make sure to also schedule a tour of the heritage houses around the area with the municipal office for free.

Philippine Arena

Bulacan is home to the Philippine Arena, a large multi-use venue with a dome over 9,000 square feet. Watch concerts and sports events here to know what it's like to be under the world's largest indoor arena!

Check out Bahay Resiklo, which houses a quirky exhibit by Lercita Cristobal. Then cool your weary body off with a dip at the Bakas River in Norzagaray. Make sure to just stay close to the banks for your safety.

 

Top Things to Do

Bulacan Resorts

Exploring theme parks in Bulacan would be the best way to go to get your money’s worth. Among the notable ones are: Adventure Resort, which also offers wall climbing, zip lines and a virtual tour around the world via its mini versions of the Statue of Liberty, Eiffel Tower and Great Wall of China; Galilee Wonderland with its replica of Noah’s Ark; and Malamig Park Resort at night with its wave pool decked with rainbow-colored lights.

 

Where to Eat

Crispy Pata

Crispy pata, or deep-fried pig trotters/knuckles isn’t really Bulacan’s official dish, but they certainly make the best ones there. Head to JL Jamie’s Crispy Pata in Norzagaray and enjoy the crispy-soft goodness of the fried pork. To get the full “probinsyano” dining experience, you can dine at A&T Native Food House for exotic dishes like adobong sawa (snake), adobong kabayo (horse meat), and kalderetang kambing (goat).

Pilipit

Don’t forget to purchase local pastries like pilipit, Herschel’s candies in Bustos, minasa or uraro cookies made with cassava, and barquillos, or crisp flour rolls.

 

Nightlife

Most of the nightlife here are usually located near or at provincial capitols, shopping malls and retail establishments. Some resorts also offer cafes, restaurants and live music bars for staying guests to hang out and chill.

 

Where to Stay

Klir Waterpark Resort

The Malamig Park Resort is perfect for a group of friends who are looking for decent accommodations. Air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom are at Php3,000 a night for four people. If you are looking for more luxurious digs, try Hotel Masfino in San Rafael, which also offers a lap pool, Raging River, a biking and dune buggy trail, and a spa as amenities when you check in to a Deluxe or a Suite room. Klir Waterpark Resort in Guiguinto is also a good alternative, as it is accessible to the city’s tourist destinations.

 

Travel Tips

  • Be prepared to take public transportation. Make sure that you bring loose change with you. Although there is a sign inside the jeepney/tricycle that shows the fare rate, it’s also best to ask the driver how much you should pay.

  • If you plan to do a lot of walking, bring at least your rain gear or umbrella to protect you from the elements. Slap on sunscreen as well.

  • It’s best to time your itinerary with a major festival. This way, there’s a lot of activities that you can partake while learning the culture of the city or municipality. Plus, people are more friendlier!



 

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