Harvest Hotel: Your second home in Cabanatuan City

JUNE 20, 2015

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At Harvest Hotel, it feels like going back to your second home. You are specially treated to a welcome cake upon arrival, being greeted by courteous staff, and there’s always readiness of the room for you to have a pleasant and relaxing stay.

On my second visit, it coincided with the hotel’s activity for Father’s Day dubbed “Dads Are Priceless,” wherein guests can honor their dads hardwork by treating them to a delightful dinner buffet – consisting of salad and appetizer, soup, pasta, hot dishes, and sweets – until June 21 for only Php688 plus per person.

Welcome cakeThe dinner menu for the first night consisted of Asian and Japanese cuisine like tom yum soup, Asian fried rice, phad thai noodle, breaded pork with tonkatsu, pandan chicken with sesame sauce, and my favorite kani salad (which was not part of the buffet, but was specially served for me. Such sweet gesture of Marc Montesa, the ever affable general manager of Harvest Hotel). The bufet spread were prepared by Chef Lester Marc Bergado and his kitchen team.Dads are priceless

As expected, guests had a grand treat of good food, music, and relaxing stay, filled with personal service and pleasant ambiance.

The newly opened 4-star hotel has 81 modern and efficiently fitted rooms and suites. Room types vary from standard twin/queen (choice of city or pool view), executive suite, junior/honeymoon suite, loft suite and loft suite 2 (good for four adults). It caters to corporate and travelers alike.

Guests can enjoy the facilities of the hotel like the swimming pool, adjacent to Cafe Ecija (a 76-seater hotel restaurant), the lobby lounge, ballroom with 200 pax capacity), gift shop and gym (equipped with modern fitness equipment).

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Cafe Ecija, the hotel’s restaurant

Staying in Harvest Hotel is an experience worth your next visit again and again.
Harvest Hotel is being managed by Hospitality Innovators, Inc. For inquiry and reservation, call (044) 950-8888, e-mail info@theharvesthotel.com or check its website http://www.theharvesthotel.com.

Source: rubyasoy

Where is Cabanatuan City?

"Whether you are visiting Cabanatuan City and its surrounding towns or taking a break from a long drive going to nearby provinces such as Baler in Aurora, Tarlac or Bulacan, Cabanatuan is your perfect pit stop. Getting to Cabanatuan is easy either via public or private transportation."

From Manila, Cabanatuan City is 3 to 4 hours by bus. Several bus companies dispatch buses every 15-30 minutes (24/7) to the city, from their various stations around Metro Manila (Avenida, Cubao, Caloocan/Grace Park, Divisoria, Pasay, Trinoma) ES Transport Five Star Bus Co., Genesis Transport Services Bus and Baliwag Transit, Inc.

If you are coming from Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Clark Field, Pampanga, instead of taking a bus from Manila, you may take Genesis Transport Services Bus in San Fernando, Pampanga. By private transportation, when you go to NLEX, you should take the Sta. Rita Exit. It is around 20 kilometers upon entering the NLEX-Balintawak highway. From there, go straight to Plaridel town, around 5 kilometers. It’s just a straight drive towards the North and you will be passing by the towns of Baliuag, Nadaan, San Ildefonso, Gapan, Sta Rosa and finally Cabanatuan City.