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"Though more commonly known as the “Rice Granary of the Philippines,” this province has a lot more to offer. Take a trip to the Minalungao National Park for a day of breathtaking beauty while cruising on a bamboo raft along the brilliant turquoise Penaranda River. The park also features a zip line for more adventurous travelers."

Popular Nueva Ecija Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING Harvest Hotel

Harvest Hotel

Hotels
Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
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8.9
(152 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Top Star Hotel

Top Star Hotel

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Hermogenes C. Concepcion, Sr., Cabanatuan City
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8.3
(5 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL BL Resort and Hotel

BL Resort and Hotel

Resorts
Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Royal Crest Hotel

Royal Crest Hotel

Hotels
Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
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8.3
(6 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Microtel by Wyndham - Cabanatuan

Microtel by Wyndham - Cabanatuan

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Santa Arcadia, Cabanatuan City
Convenient
8.1
(21 Reviews)
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BEDROOM La Parilla Hotel

La Parilla Hotel

Hotels
Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
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BEDROOM VCG Hotel

VCG Hotel

Hotels
San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija
With a stay at VCG Hotel in San Leonardo (Mambangnan), you'll be 7.9 mi (12.7 km) from Lakewood City Golf Course and Country Club and 8.3 mi (13.3 km) from SM City Cabanatuan. This hotel is 10.5 mi (16.9 km) from Plaza Lucero and 10.6 mi (17.1 km) from Freedom Park.
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RESTAURANT Acropolis North Water Camp

Acropolis North Water Camp

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Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
Located in Cabanatuan, Acropolis North Water Camp is within a 10-minute drive of Lakewood City Golf Course and Country Club and SM City Cabanatuan. This family-friendly hotel is 22.1 mi (35.6 km) from Minalungao National Park.
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RESTAURANT Villa Esmeralda Bryan's Resort Hotel and Restaurant
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BEDROOM Grand Touring Hotel

Grand Touring Hotel

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San Jose City, Nueva Ecija
When you stay at Grand Touring Hotel in San Jose City, you'll be 15 minutes by foot from Antipolo Church. This hotel is 27.6 mi (44.5 km) from St. Nicholas of Tolentine Cathedral and 27.8 mi (44.7 km) from Plaza Lucero.
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COMMON_SPACE La Romana Countryside Haven

La Romana Countryside Haven

Villas
Cuyapo, Nueva Ecija
With a stay at this villa in Anao, you'll be 20.4 mi (32.8 km) from Maria Cristina Park and 20.8 mi (33.5 km) from Isdaan Village. This villa is 24.8 mi (39.9 km) from Immaculate Conception Cathedral and 24.9 mi (40 km) from Urdaneta Museum.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Nipa Hut Resort

Nipa Hut Resort

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San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija
With a stay at Nipa Hut Resort in San Leonardo (Mambangnan), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Lakewood City Golf Course and Country Club and Plaza Lucero. This hotel is 8.2 mi (13.2 km) from SM City Cabanatuan and 10 mi (16.1 km) from St. Nicholas of Tolentine Cathedral.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Farmhouse Hotel & Cafe

Farmhouse Hotel & Cafe

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San Jose City, Nueva Ecija
When you stay at Farmhouse Hotel & Cafe in San Jose City, you'll be 15 minutes by car from Antipolo Church. This hotel is 24.5 mi (39.5 km) from St. Nicholas of Tolentine Cathedral and 24.7 mi (39.8 km) from Plaza Lucero.
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BEDROOM Hotel Sogo Cabanatuan

Hotel Sogo Cabanatuan

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Hermogenes C. Concepcion, Sr., Cabanatuan City
Convenient
7.9
(25 Reviews)
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BEDROOM BESM Traveler's Inn

BESM Traveler's Inn

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Tambo Adorable, San Leonardo
Located in San Leonardo, BESM Traveler's Inn is within a 15-minute drive of Lakewood City Golf Course and Country Club and Plaza Lucero. This hotel is 7.6 mi (12.3 km) from SM City Cabanatuan and 9.4 mi (15.2 km) from St. Nicholas of Tolentine Cathedral.
Impressive
8.7
(15 Reviews)
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LOBBY Marry's Hotel and Restobar

Marry's Hotel and Restobar

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Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
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LOBBY Amada Plaza Hotel

Amada Plaza Hotel

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Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
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LOBBY Maharlika Cabanatuan Hotel

Maharlika Cabanatuan Hotel

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Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Fred's Apartelle and Business Hotel

Fred's Apartelle and Business Hotel

Hotels
Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
Convenient
7.3
(5 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Arrjane's Hotel and Family Resort

Arrjane's Hotel and Family Resort

Resorts
Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
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Facts about Nueva Ecija

Total Accommodation
27 Properties
Popular City
Cabanatuan City, San Jose City
Popular Hotel
Harvest Hotel, Top Star Hotel
Popular Landmark
Freedom Park, Plaza Lucero

Guest reviews in Nueva Ecija

8.8
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436 reviews from hotels in Nueva Ecija with aggregated rating of 8.8/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Nueva Ecija will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Agnes M.
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6 May 2021
Clean place. Very affordable. Friendly staff.
Aldrin M.
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4 Aug 2019
The accommodation looked exactly like the pictures
10 Oct 2019
room is ok , love the view , friendly staff and my requested longganisa fulfilled 😘
Shania A. D.
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8 Dec 2019
Pleasant service. WiFi is the only downside because it’s a bit slow. But other than that, staffs are accommodating, place is clean and food is good.
Jeofard l.
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25 Apr 2019
All food are pork and made of pork.
Agustus C. A. N.
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26 Dec 2018
The carpet in the room is stained and soiled then bathroom fixtures are loose and needs repair. The breakfast they served is obviously on a budget, i.e. spam, fried chicken, eggs and rice.
Joel D.
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8 Jul 2019
Avoid this hotel, there are better and more affordable hotels in the city proper. They will ask you for a hard copy of the voucher! They don't have a printer and the nearest printing shop is in the city proper. I was supposed to checkout at 6am but they said the complimentary breakfast is only available at 6:30am, I asked if the complied breakfast be served for dinner instead but they said no, I went to the dining area at 6:30am but two staff is still sleeping at the floor and they said breakfast is only available at 7am, so I have to cancel the breakfast. My job requires me to travel a lot and I stay at hotels at least three times a week and I appreciate it if hotels take make extra mile for their guests. Worst hotel I have stayed!
Juanito C. J.
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15 Dec 2018
The hotel is not like what they post in there website.. The tv is very blurred...then the receptionist they call me in the middle of the night and go down to the reception area and ask me my booking voucher.. but I already gave her before I arrived to the hotel..then she said sorry because she forgot that 2 bookings they got at that night
Geejay
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20 Jul 2021
Don't try to book here. Its not accommodation its a short time motel sucks! And the staff will force you to. Upgrade un room!

Most commonly asked questions in Nueva Ecija

What are the best areas to visit near Nueva Ecija?

If you are in Nueva Ecija, you can also visit Nampicuan, Carranglan, Bongabon, Pantabangan, Licab, Santa Rosa, Cabanatuan City, Gapan City, Cabiao, Aliaga

What are the most recommended regions to be visited beside Nueva Ecija?

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

How many hotels are listed in Nueva Ecija?

Currently, there are around 27 hotels that you can book in Nueva Ecija

About

Most travelers can be forgiven if they skip the chance to stay in Nueva Ecija and just pass through the province. After all, this province is known for being “The Rice Granary of the Philippines,” which means you’ll be passing by rice fields after rice fields. However, the province actually has a good number of interesting sites—both natural and cultural—spread across the province for those who choose to stop over.

Sierra Madre Nueva Ecija

Nueva Ecija is a landlocked province located in the Central Luzon region. It is one of the top producers of agricultural products in the country, with its farms churning out rice, corn, onions, garlic, calamansi, milk, and more. As such, it has earned the monikers “The Rice Granary of the Philippines” and the “Milk Capital of the Philippines.” While best known for agriculture, the province also has several historical sites and natural wonders that can be explored by travelers looking for a trip off the beaten path.


How to Go

By land transportation

If you’re coming from Manila, taking a provincial bus to Nueva Ecija is the best option. Most bus trips originate from terminals in Caloocan, Pasay and Cubao. It's recommended to take the Victory Liner and Five Star bus lines, especially those that pass through the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) for a shorter travel time of around four hours.


Getting Around

Tricycles are the main mode of transportation when commuting within cities and municipalities in Nueva Ecija. Jeepneys are also available for longer commutes, though these are mostly for traveling to city centers.


Tourist Attractions

With its rich history, Nueva Ecija has a good number of heritage sites that travelers can visit. One such example is the old convent of the St. Nicholas of Tolentine Cathedral Parish in Cabanatuan City. This was the site where General Antonio Luna was assassinated. Also in Cabanatuan City is the Camp Pangatian memorial, commemorating the so-called “Great Raid” during World War II.

Three Kings Parish

Another must-visit heritage site is the Three Kings Parish Church in Gapan City, which is the oldest and biggest Spanish colonial church in the province. This church houses the Virgen La Divina Pastora, the object of Marian pilgrimages in Central Luzon. Gapan City also has several ancestral homes that feature Spanish-era colonial architecture. Some of them belong to famous Philippine celebrities, such as Nida Blanca and Eula Valdez.

Last but not the least is the Balete Pass Tourism Complex at Dalton Pass, the road connecting Nueva Ecija to Nueva Vizcaya. The complex, located at the summit, is where a World War II memorial can be found. It commemorates the various battles fought in the area, which claimed the lives of thousands of troops.


Top Things to Do

Minalungao National Park

Nueva Ecija's most prominent features include hiking trails and nature parks for trekkers to visit. Some of these can be found in Minalungao National Park. The reserve has several picnic spots, river raft rides, hiking trails along its limestone walls, and caves open to public exploration. More adventurous tourists can even try out the zipline if they're looking for a thrilling activity.

Another natural wonder to visit is Gabaldon Falls, which is two hours away from Cabanatuan City. The waterfall is part of the eco-park located in the Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology, which is accessible through a paid tour. The park has a hiking trail where you can enjoy the natural scenery of the place including rapids, rivers and natural landscapes which are perfect for breathtaking shots.

And since Nueva Ecija’s main industry is still agriculture, travelers should try the farm tours in the area. The Central Luzon State University offers a farming technology tour, while you can also book a visit to the Gross Ostrich Farm in San Leonardo. Meanwhile, parts of the Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) and the Philippine Carabao Center are both open to the public.


Where to Eat

Nueva Ecija's Cabanatuan City is a hotspot for diners looking for great eats. One such place is Rosenda’s Restaurant. It features traditional Filipino fare such as Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet, Sizzling Pork Sisig, a Seafood Casserole and its signature Rosenda’s Seafood Pancit Canton bilao. This particular noodle dish has sliced vegetables, mushrooms, and pieces of shrimps and squid—all topped with a thick sauce in the mix.

NYOrK

If you're looking for some sweets and drinks, then NYOrK is the place you want to visit. With the name being an acronym for Not Your Ordinary Koffee, the cafe serves a menu of ice-blended drinks, salads and savory dishes. These include Barbecue Pork Ribs, Cheesy Baked Penne and Buffalo Wings.

Finally, there is also the Rustica restaurant which features a pricier tier of delicious local eats. These include the Kare-Kareng Seafood, the Lechon Kawali and Cabanatuan Ensalada. It's recommended to order lots of rice when eating the main dishes for a real Filipino dining experience.  


Nightlife

The nightlife in Nueva Ecija is limited to mostly late night bars and bistros. One recommended place is the Bistro 360 bar with its selection of local beers, sodas, and hard drinks. It also serves up a modern take on traditional Filipino dishes, with some Asian and Western fusion cuisine in the mix. Tourists can try snacks such as the Indonesian satay, crispy pork belly dinuguan and Beef Back Ribs. They also have some exotic panizza flavors like the kesong puti and longganiza.


Where to Stay

Most of Nueva Ecija's best hotels and restaurants can be found in Cabanatuan City. Those looking for mid-ranged accommodation can try Microtel by Wyndham. It features amenities such as air-conditioned rooms with chiropractor-approved mattresses, internet access, and an IDD/NDD-capable phone.

Harvest Hotel

Another recommended place to stay is

. It's perfect for both business trips and family vacations as it offers over 83 rooms, a coffee bar, meeting rooms, a kids' pool, and free Wi-Fi.


Travel Tips

  • Since tricycles and jeepneys are the main modes of transportation in the city, bringing loose change—coins and bills in smaller denominations—is highly recommended.
  • If you plan on hiking, pack clothes suited for the trek. Bringing extra water for the trip is a must, especially during those long nature trails.
  • It’s also recommended to pack your gear, such as cameras, in watertight bags. This is especially important if you plan on taking pictures of the landscape. That way, you don’t end up back at your hotel in Nueva Ecija with a ruined camera or smartphone.
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