Casa de Obando B&B at Sulyap Gallery Cafe is an excellent choice for travelers visiting San Pablo City, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Casa de Obando B&B at Sulyap Gallery Cafe offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The bed and breakfast offers room service and a coffee shop, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Superwok Modern Chinese Cuisine and Mephkong Manays Foodshop, which are some Chinese restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Enjoy your stay in San Pablo City!
It was raining when we arrived. We got comforted by sumptuous meal. The waiters are very friendly and accomodating. Room is clean. It has a Filipino-Spanish vibe. Place is relaxing. However, they forget to prepare our towels and toiletries.
The boutique hotel and cafe is also called “a taste from the past“. Our group stayed there one night and really enjoyed the traditional architecture. There’s at least one room with five beds which makes traveling with a group very affordable. The hotel is a quick tricycle ride to the center of San Pablo which means it’s quiet at night. The staff was super friendly. It’s a lucky find for an overnight stop in San Pablo - fortuitously, the city was celebrating its annual coconut festival. It is traditional architecture construction and there are traditional mosquitoes so make sure you have mosquito protection depending on your sensitivity to those little devils.
From the church. We had to ride a trike since jeepneys wont pass by the cocoland compound itself. But to save some money, yes, you may ride a jeepney and alight at Brgy Del Remedio Cocoland Compound. And walk just a few blocks towards the Gate of Casa de Obando. We had place almost by ourselves. A vintage feel with a modern touch. Theres a gallery where you can see old furniture, vases etc... The receptionist (forgot her name) assisted us from check in to check out. Food was great along with the atsara. Internet speed was good which can reach the rooms. The TV monitor wasba bit small for my liking but who'd want to watch when you're there to relax... The pool location was far from our room, wish this can be relocated. But had a jacuzzi type beside the rectangular sized pool. PS. Free rambutan and lansones while staying here😋…
I stayed here sometime late 2017. I have a ancestral house in San pablo but when there is a huge family reunion, we wont be able to fit in the house so I researched about guesthomes and resorts nearby. I found this on a review site and took a while to find it because they are tucked away in the Cocoland compound. I was very pleasantly surprised at the different guesthouse that instill the rich colonial history of the country. The houses are restrored pieces of different architectures hailing from different cities and towns around Luzon. Being a history & nature buff this was gold mine for me. The steal? The weekend rate I only paid about 30$ and only around $25 for a Monday night stay. That includes the breakfast which I had Laguna Tapa (pork) and hot cocoa. Since Laugna has a very humid temperature, it was a pleasing experience to go back into my AC bedroom and enjoy the free WIFI. My father who at first was hesitant at joining me now would not leave the room. The only drawback are the mosquitos, there are many mangroves around the gardens so mosquities and few flying insects are everywhere...nothing some Off lotion wont fix. I returned the next week for a Meirnda (Philippine snack or tea time) with my family. I spent maybe under $25 for a party of 6 for some banana fritters, cakes & icecream. I toured their museum that btw looked like a haunted school...because IT WAS a former school turned mess hall + museum. Soo much rich history about the place. You can hold a decent sized wedding in thier mini ballroom and get that colonial spanish feel. Would love to come back here again on my next visit.…
We booked through Agoda and checked in last June (overnight stay). The theme of the hotel itself speak volumes of the palace. What sets it apart is it gives you the oldies type of vibe and it can be romantic, historical as well as eerie (for others)--the only hotel that has a unique ambiance. I booked since it is known to have one of the best customer services in San Pablo. Upon checking in at 2-3 pm, we were disappointed that the water levels have gone up to the point that you cannot access where the room is located. We have waited for about 45 mins. to 1 hour before we got to the room itself. It's not their fault that it was raining heavily and that there currently was a typhoon, nut they should've had means to prevent it from happening since they already have experienced it happening before (I'm sure I am not the only who encountered this problem). The room was cozy and clean, gives you a sense of privacy while you can still feel the timely vibes of the place. The bathroom is very clean which is an added bonus. I usually appreciate those who take the time to clean their bathrooms and I always take the time to check it out before reserving a room. The breakfast was also nice, and since I have been here a few times, I must say it has improved. However, what they need to work on is their customer service. I have noticed that employees loiter and talk casually especially around the front desk area and they should at least be diplomatic and courteous to their guests and refrain from by-standing there especially if there are guests around (I am talking about the bell boy staff and housekeeping staff specifically who assisted us during our stay). The waiters were courteous enough but still needs improvement. The food is good and will probably consider booking again if the service improves.…