Finding an ideal budget friendly small hotel in Quezon City does not have to be difficult. Welcome to La Breza Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Close to some of Quezon City's most popular landmarks, such as Sta. Rita de Cascia Parish (1.3 mi) and Parish of the Sacred Heart (1.4 mi), La Breza Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
As your “home away from home,” the small hotel rooms offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free internet access available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage while staying at La Breza Hotel. In addition, La Breza Hotel offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Quezon City trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Quezon City be sure to experience local falafel favorites at Falafel Yo!.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular monuments and statues such as Boy Scout Monument and Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary of La Naval de Manila.
La Breza Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Quezon City.
The rooms in this hotel is fairly cheap compared to others in the area. We booked their wedding package rooms and also asked all our guests coming out of town and country to book here as well. Easy to access via public transport and also very near Timog. Good and cheap. Breakfast is not buffet.
It was a great experience. It was mean for the kids to spend time in the pool. Pool amenity is great wherein they have 3 sets of pools. There is this not so huge pool for adults but enough to let you swim for several yards. There are 2 pools for the kids. There are also several benches available. Good thing about this place is that it has Gym. The gym is enough for you not to miss your morning jog. A couple of treadmill awaits inside and it's equip with machines and set of dumb bells. The room is also clean but that cozy considering that this hotel is not new. There is a tub that lets you relax and if you wanna spend hours in soaking your self up with warm water. Hot and cod water is also available in the washroom. There's also a fridge and water heater provided wherein you could have some drinks chilled and have an afternoon or morning coffee.…
La Breza Hotel is a reasonably priced 3-star hotel. The rooms are spacious, reasonably well appointed, and clean, but the fittings are a bit tired and dated. It has a nice clean swimming pool and outdoor area on Level 3. The restraurant is only open for breakfast. Buffet breakfast on weekdays and a la carts on weekends. The staff were very professional, pleasant to deal with, and helpful. The area surrounding the hotel is not particularly nice and I was warned to be careful going out at night on my own. There are several nice restaurants within short walk of the hotel.
This is the first time that we stayed in La Breza Hotel. We stayed there for three (3) nights and four (4) days for our event. For our room and comfort room, it was huge, clean and comfy. I really had a good sleep on my bed. For the food, it was tasteful and lovely. I also enjoyed the gym. I had a chance to use the facility during our stay in the hotel. A really nice place to make good memories with.
la breza lies strategically proximal to EDSA and quezon avenue. the thing is, the food served to us during an event was prepared sloppily. the humba was burnt, the chicken used for the teriyaki dish appeared like it was bought from a market supplying double-dead meat. the coffee jelly was not jelly-ish at all. and worse, they don’t even provide containers if you decide to take out the left-overs. don’t even attempt to go to their comfort rooms. you will be toasted alive. it’s THAT hot inside. our function room at the 2nd floor was not designed with a toilet so one has to either go down the ground floor or up the third floor to relieve himself. how convenient can you get? the trolleys came late. the heavy materials used in our meeting were opted to be hand-carried because the long wait was, well, not worth it. better luck next time for us at la breza. …