OASIS HOTEL

Originally built to provide accommodations to American servicemen stationed near Angeles city, Oasis Hotel served as a resting place and is still known as a haven. The architecture dates back to the 60s, making it a quaint home to business and leisure travelers. Other than the usual amenities, the hotel is complete with 6 private rooms or venues that can house small meetings, conferences, and other gatherings.

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IMPERIAL PALACE WATERPARK RESORT & SPA

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Very relaxing

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WATAMI PHILIPPINES

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Watami is finally here! Kept seeing this Hong Kong! Ambiance is really nice. Food is good too! Woot

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CAFE JUANITA

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I once ordered Kare-kare from them as a pasalubong for my husband. Was disappointed as I could count (yes, count) the number of beef cubes (small,5) and veggies in it. It was all sauce. If i am not mistaken I paid P400 for it and that was a few years back. To price someth...

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