Islandia Hotel in Alaminos Pangasinan
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Islandia Hotel in Alaminos Pangasinan

Islandia Hotel Review

Located in Alaminos City or the city of the Hundred Islands, you will find the classy Islandia Hotel (hotel info). Marketing itself as the “ONLY TRUE HOTEL” the Islandia is located at the heart of the city along Marcos Avenue, the route towards Subic and Olongapo City in Zambales.

Hotel in Alaminos Pangasinan
Hotel in Alaminos

A far cry from the shacks on the beach, The Islandia Hotel (hotel reviews) rooms are both affordable and classy. The breakfast served was amazing and the pool really hits the spot after a full day of sight-seeing.

The hotel has 6 standard rooms, 10 superior rooms, 4 deluxe rooms, 4 family size rooms and 2 suites, so as you can see a party of virtually any size can be comfortably accommodated.

Islandia Hotel in Alaminos
Islandia Hotel in Pangasinan

On site facilities at the hotel include round the clock internet access in the restaurant, a beautifully lit swimming pool, a function hall for parties and weddings and an entertainment room where most night’s wild karaoke parties were being enjoyed by the guests.

The hotel is also a great base to enjoy trips such as the Island Hopping tour of Hundred Islands National Park, Cacupangan Caves, the amazing Cabungaoan Beach, the Bangrin Mangrove Forest, or just good old fashioned island hopping, scuba diving or snorkeling.

Hundred Islands in Pangasinan
Hundred Islands in Pangasinan

The restaurant is open 24 hours and the food is downright delectable. Its signature dishes include Pancit, Islandia’s Special Pinakbet, Grilled Sungayan and Alaminos longganisa pizza.

Islandia Hotel in Alaminos Pangasinan
Islandia Hotel in Alaminos Pangasinan

I will definitely stay in Islandia Hotel (Book Online) on my next visit in Alaminos Pangasinan.

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