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The Plaza Hotel

The Plaza Hotel is Balanga's finest—everything from its centuries-old façade to the carpeted floors and plush rooms spell luxury all the way.

Both vacationers and business travelers will love the ease of proximity to hotspots, impeccable service and of course, speedy Wi-Fi!

Contact Info

Plaza Mayor de Ciudad de Balanga
Balanga City, Bataan

For Inquiries & Reservations:
Kenneth Abitong
(02) 775 9145
(047) 237 1037
(0917) 310 5083
(0998) 541 1741
info@theplazahotelbalanga.com

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About The Plaza Hotel

Staying at The Plaza Hotel in Balanga is like taking part in history itself, without sacrificing all the modern comforts of the turn of the century. The breathtaking façade is inspired by architecture from the Spanish colonial era, blending seamlessly into its location at the Plaza Mayor de Ciudad de Balanga, adjacent to the City Hall and across the Balanga Cathedral, built in the 18th century. This beautiful property is perfect for:

History buffs: Those looking to immerse themselves in the Philippines’ rich history need look no further than the province of Bataan, which featured prominently in the Second World War. The Plaza Hotel is the perfect home base for your explorations into this dark yet valorous time in our country’s past.

Nature lovers: Balanga is home to the Balanga City Wetland and Nature Park, an 11-hectare outdoor recreational area ideal for picnics and bird-watching. This park is recognized by the Department of Tourism as one of the best new bird-watching sites in the Philippines, where you may be able to spot up to 80 species of migratory birds. It’s very easy to get to from The Plaza Hotel.

Companies: The Plaza Hotel has two function rooms specially designed to accommodate corporate events and meetings. They are also able to cater to parties of 50 and up with a variety of meals and snacks for seminars or conferences.

AMENITIES

Dining: The Plaza Hotel has an in-house Japanese restaurant called Café Kyoto, and an artisanal coffee shop called the Plaza Brew Coffee Company. Between authentic Japanese cuisine set against a beautifully contemporary backdrop and the best coffee experience in the province – with its own vintage collection exhibit and a fantastic breakfast selection, you’ll never find yourself going hungry.

Function Rooms: Corporate events and special occasions are made special at The Plaza Hotel – from the Pinpin Library which has a maximum capacity of 45 people (perfect for meetings and seminars) to the Grand Plaza Ballroom which can accommodate up to 200 people, you can make every event memorable with that distinct Plaza touch.

Complimentary WiFi: All rooms and public areas come with complimentary WiFi, which means that you’ll always stay connected, whether you’re in Balanga for business or leisure.

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS

Mountain Biking with the Bataan Trail Riders and Adventurers Network: Nothing feels more exhilarating than a bike ride through Bataan’s rugged terrain. The Bataan Trail Riders and Adventurers Network is an enthusiastic local mountain biking club who will be more than happy to guide visitors on a tour of the trails in nearby Mt. Samat.

Fall of Bataan Marker: This historical marker is located in the Capitol Compound, and was erected in memory of Filipino and American soldiers who fought and died defending our democracy during the Second World War.

Zero Kilometer Death March Marker: Here, a couple of plaques are erected to mark the starting point of the Bataan Death March in 1942. The infamous Bataan Death March was a particularly dark time in our country’s past as Japanese forces began their slow takeover of the country and forced the transfer of a huge number of Filipino and American troops from Bagac in Bataan to Capas, Tarlac, a grueling journey on foot that took up to 20,000 lives.