Villa Caceres Hotel

Tucked in the heart of Naga City, dubbed the Heart of Bicol, proudly stands a tourism icon which has been the cozy, intimate and classy home to travelers and locals alike for almost three decades.

Villa Caceres Hotel humbly started in 1993 when its owner, local businessman Robert Obiedo, converted a well-designed mansion sold to him, into a boutique accommodation to cater to the city’s emerging tourism industry.

Located along Magsaysay Avenue’s entertainment and dining strip, it has grown over the decades and redefined the new standard of luxury and comfort in the region, thus earning the moniker “The Gem of Bicolandia.”

Family Suite

According to Obiedo, stay-in visitors, diners, and even special events guests can experience first-class amenities, starting with its grand Victorian-inspired lobby and lounging areas, numerous dining outlets with private rooms, well-appointed bedrooms, and a large convention center unparalleled in scale and function.

There’s also a lap pool, fitness gym, and sauna and spa services at Health Club Resort, or in-room massage and reflexology for those who want to keep in tip-top shape while on staycation.

Obiedo enthused that these features are complemented with the warm hospitality Bicolanos are known for, which make this three-star hotel provide five-star service and experience.

RJ’s Buffet

Named after the Spanish-era name of the city, Villa Caceres boasts of 186 elegant suites that will take you to a relaxing stay, with a touch of Old World charm which exudes the home-away-from-home ambiance.

Regular guests can sign up for the hotel membership club and be pampered like a star, with big discounts on hotel services, access to facilities, a free stay, and other surprise privileges.

For a culinary journey, hop around the hotel’s array of restaurants—munch on meals and snacks anytime of the day at Rolando’s Café, indulge on healthy choices at Anne’s Pool Bar, and liven up the night with musical entertainment at Bistro Roberto, the city’s go-to place watering hole.

Most of all, feast on delectable Asian, Filipino and international dishes at RJ’s Buffet, arguably the best in Naga, which has all-you-can-eat offerings for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Villa Caceres Hotel swimming pool

And just like a family away from home, Villa Caceres will make your stay convenient and hassle-free with its concierge assistance, airport transfers, shuttle service, and useful tips in planning your itinerary in going about the city and its environs.

Also known as the Pilgrimage City being home to the 310-year old Peñafrancia Festival and one of the archipelago’s first Roman Catholic Archdioceses, Naga is dotted with Spanish-era churches and historic landmarks. Meanwhile, the City’s upland barangays are getting known for farm- and garden-themed dining spots near the foot of the majestic Mt. Isarog.

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