El Pescador Resort Hotel
El Pescador Resort Hotel

El Pescador Resort & Hotel (Bolinao)

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El Pescador Resort & Hotel – modeled after Colonial-style, the intimate yet simple Rooms, located just minutes from town Proper of Bolinao. With our vast room choices, guests will enjoy several amenities. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, a week or a day, you will surely enjoy your stay at the historic “Gem of the north”.

 

HOW TO GO

There are several bus companies whose buses going to Bolinao. Some of them are Victory liner, Five star transit, and Dagupan bus line. They offer day and night trips, ordinary or air-conditioned bus and bus fare would cost around Php 400-500 one way trip. Those common buses have terminals in both Cubao Quezon City and Pasay City. Bolinao is about 276 kms from Manila and it might take you 5-6 hours trip so bring some food and something to avoid boredom. Buses stops in Dau terminal,Tarlac terminal and Alaminos City terminal. Once you arrive in Bolinao (end station), call a tricycle and ask them to bring you to the Beach Resort or penthouse where you wanted to stay or in a place you wanted to explore.
You can also take a bus from Manila to Alaminos City, Pangasinan. From Alaminos City, you can take a non-air conditioned bus going to Bolinao. Aside from buses, there are also vans in front of CSI Warehouse going to Bolinao. From Alaminos it will take 45 minutes to 1 hour travel time.

 

For tickets inquiry and travel time information you can contact the following bus company

Victory Liner, Cubao Q.C ā€“ going to Bolinao Phone #: 727-4534
Five Star Bus Line Pasay City ā€“ going to BolinaoPhone #: 851-6614
Dagupan Bus Line, Cubao Q.C ā€“ going to BolinaoPhone#: 9290-06123, 7270-02330

 

Going to Bolinao by your own car
As a tourist, it is better to get to Bolinao with your own car so you can move easily around the town and its tourist spots. You can take the SCTEX (Subic, Clack, Tarlac, Expressway) route. As you pass by Alaminos and Bani Pangasinan, the road to Bolinao starts to ascend through a zigzag road which will give you a scenic view of mountainous landscapes.

 

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