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Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · January 22, 2011
Other hotels  (3 Answers)

I was in Lucban in February 2010 and thoroughly enjoyed the refreshing, natural charm of a small town in the PI besides the spiritual experience of the Kamay ni Hesus shrine itself. My friends and I stayed at a modest hotel across the road from the shrine, whose name I can't recall.

We stayed there 3 days in a spacious, clean bright room with fresh sheets and hot/cold shower. The restaurant was clean, local food was outstanding service was prompt and the staff friendly, courteous and helpful.

I plan on visiting Lucban again and would like to know the name of that place so I can book reservations this March. Thank you.

It would be helpful for first timers if you could also mention other hotels plus contact phone numbers for faster convenience. Thanks.

Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · November 08, 2010
Hi.......  (1 Answer)

Meron bang website ang Batis Aramis & Hotel????

Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · October 28, 2010
reservation  (2 Answers)

paano ko ba mapapacancel ung reservation at kung me number kayo manila baka pwede dito na magpacancel !

Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · April 20, 2010
hotel accomodation  (2 Answers)

what are the available hotels in lucban, Quezon and their rates


Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · March 16, 2010
Pahiyas Festival  (2 Answers)

My friends and I are planning to visit Lucban, Quezon for their Pahiyas Festival.

Does anyone knows:
When the exact date of the Festival?
Cheap accomodation during the festive? (who would accomodate more than 10 persons)

Thanks in advance....


Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · February 15, 2010


Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · July 12, 2009
helooo..  (2 Answers)

helooo poh...panu poh makipnta sa lucban quezon tru bus, xan poh ung mga terminal papuntang lucban quezon...
thanks poh!!!....

Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · April 11, 2009
Homestay Contact(s) in Lucban  (15 Answers)

Hi, fellow VT'ers! Does anyone know Lucban residents who offer homestay arrangements for tourists particularly on the eve (May 14,2009) and on the day (May 15) of Pahiyas Festival? Patio Rizal is fully booked up to 2010 Pahiyas Festival, and we don't want to stay in the smaller hotels there which don't have private CRs. We were discouraged by friends to bring our car for a day tour because roads to the poblacion will be blocked; besides, if we park outside the poblacion, we will have to walk the streets under the sweltering heat. I would appreciate feedback from those who had experienced homestay, and comments from VT'ers who live in Lucban. Advanced thanks :)

Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · April 01, 2008
Which way will you choose going to Lucban, Quezon?  (3 Answers)

From Pasig to Lucban, Quezon

route 1, via antipolo where more on zigzag and mountain

route 2, via SLEX where more on straight road and cities

in my opinion,
advantage of route 1 is the scenery and less traffic while the route 2 is more city

disavantage of route 1 is you burn more gas because you need power when you drive on a mountains while route 2 is traffic

Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · January 05, 2008
patio rizal bookings  (2 Answers)

Hi everyone i am trying to find a website or phone number for Patio Rizal hotel in Lucban where i can make a booking for a few days accomodtion. If there are any other hotels i can stay in the same information would be apprecaited. If anyone can help me please email me at [email] Thank you for your help.


Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · July 27, 2006
Visit to Lucban  (4 Answers)

Is it also ideal to go to Lucban, Quezon even not during the Pahiyas Festival. What other places to go and things to do in Lucban?

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