Hotel Tiffany Laoag

Gen. Segundo Ave. cor. M.H. del Pilar St., Laoag, 2900, Philippines

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Hotel Tiffany Laoag
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  • Couples61
  • Solo75
  • Business75
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    Retro Style..

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    I made a reservation over the phone since on the website it doesn't show that there was a single room option and I don't want to pay a room good for 2 if I'm a solo traveller. Good thing they were able to accomadate me and gave me a single room for P695 which is an average price for me. When I arrived the hotel the room was clean and they gave me a 2 bed room for the same price. The hot water was working though it was truly hot but I was warned beforehand. The room was not scary and the location is convenient since the bus terminal to Pagudpud was just on the next block and there was a Jollibee store also in the next block. Service was average, they were accomading and able to answer guestions when you ask them.

    Unique Quality: The hotel was not noisy, I love the retro look and the color of the walls inside the room. Diner downstairs was a plus and also the Jollibee store in the next block so tourist need not to go far to eat. It's a great hotel if you're looking for something where you can rest though it's not posh. It's just right for your money. Though there was no wifi but it was clean and that's good enough for me.

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Forum Posts

Laoag,Vigan,Pagudpud + Van for hire

by prettyreese

Help me! We are a group of 6 arriving in Laoag then Vigan to PAgudupud this September.Can you suggest the places that i should visit in Laoag,Vigan and Pagudpud?

What Hotel should i stay in Pagudpud? The cheapest the better. ;)

LAst is, i am looking for van for hire for our 3 days tour. PLease HELP! Thank You so much!

Re: Laoag,Vigan,Pagudpud + Van for hire

by joan5254

sorry for the late reply... do u have ur itinerary already???

Re: Laoag,Vigan,Pagudpud + Van for hire

by joan5254

Hi! Im not sure if u still need this... but i owe to answer ur question!

Best places to check out in LAOAG

- Malacanang if the NORTH
- Paoay Church

Best places to check out in Vigan
- Burgos and Syquia Mansion
- Baluarte
- Bell Tower
- Bantay Church
- Pagburnayan/Pottery Factory
- St Paul Cathedral & Belfry
- Famous Heritage Vil. also known as Calle Crisologo
- Marshas Deli for famous Brownies and Bibingka

Best places in Pagudpud
- Batayan Cave
- Patapat Bridge
- Blue Lagoon Beach
- Kabigan Falls
- Windmill
- Light House
- Marcos Museum

Suggested Hotel:

Vigan - Grandpa’s Inn - 900/per room with Bfast
Location : #1 Bonifacio St. Cor. Quirino Blvd Vigan City 077-722-2118
Pagudpud – Hannah’s Resort - 2000/night/per room less if lean season
Location : Brgy. Balaoi, Malingay Pagudpud Ilocos Norte (front of Blue Lagoon)

Van or Car

Kuya Junel -- 09127269155 we rent his van for 2days in pagudpud vigan laoag. 7k!

Sorry again for the late response! anyway, happy trip.:-)

Travel Tips for Laoag

Laoag - Something interesting here too..

by myspices

"Fair bit to do here.."

Laoag (pronounced as "la-wak"), the capital city, is in the province of Ilocos Norte. Laoag means "light" in the Ilocano dialect. It is rich in heritage and blessed with a fair bit of cultures - old churches of Catholic influences which has some impact on the Filipino way of life. Laoag was established in 1580 with Sir William as its Patron Saint.

Laoag was previously renowed for its gold mines - as such, many Chinese and Japanese traders ply this "golden area" for fortunes. Today, Laoag is a busy city with its share of heavy traffics of tricycles, kalesas, jeepneys, bikes and motor vehicles.

Most tourists are from Taiwan due to its proximity. We made our way to Laoag on a last minute plan as we were traveling up North from Clark, Pampanga to Vigan. As Laoag is only about 2hours away from Vigan and so happened we were on a bus bound for Laoag, we decided that we should pay a visit to Laoag (Batac, Paoay too) at least spend a good half day here... It was a good decision made...

Notes : Laoag is 380km from Angeles City

Must DOs in Laoag
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1) St.William's Cathedral
2) Sinking Bell Tower
3) Museo Ilocos Norte
4) Taste Laoag's local specialities : "bagnet", "pinakbet" and "pancit molo"

Vicinity of Laoag
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BATAC - Must DOs - Pls see INDIVIDUAL TRAVEL PAGE on BATAC
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1) Maros Museum and Mausoleum
2) Marcos Monument
3) Iglesia Filipinia Indepence Church
4) Batac Church

PAOAY - Must DOs - Pls refer INDIVIDUAL TRAVEL PAGE on PAOAY
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1) Paoay Church - which is included on UNESCO's World Heritage list
2) Suba Beach
3) Paoay Lake
4) Malacanang of the North
5) Gilbert Bridge

"one of the must See...."

The sinking Bell Tower located right in the centre of the town of Laoag..

"another must See ...."

St.William's Cathedral (also called Church of Laoag) is located across the street from the Sinking Bell Tower.

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