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Lucena, Quezon Province, Philippines
29 Jul — 30 Jul2
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Quezon Premier Hotel Lucena
Quezon Premier Hotel Lucena
8.3 Excellent
Barangay Domoit, Pan-Philippine Highway, Lucena, Philippines
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3.8 km from city centre, Lucena 
ExcellentBased on 16 reviews
8.3

First Quezon Premier Hotel provides a comfortable setting while in Lucena City. It also offers free Wi-Fi, a kids pool and an outdoor pool.

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Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Lucena:₹ 3,699/night
Absolute cheapest price found:₹ 1,129/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Thursday
₹ 2,938 - ₹ 4,597
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
₹ 2,970 - ₹ 3,957
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Quezon Premier Hotel Lucena
Quezon Premier Hotel Lucena
8.3 Excellent
Barangay Domoit, Pan-Philippine Highway, Lucena, Philippines
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3.8 km from city centre,  

First Quezon Premier Hotel provides a comfortable setting while in Lucena City. It also offers free Wi-Fi, a kids pool and an outdoor pool.

₹ 3,493
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About Lucena

Serving as the capital of Quezon, Lucena City is an economic and educational hub south-east of Manila. It’s home to grand government buildings and a 19th-century cathedral and is a major gateway on Luzon for accessing the island of Marinduque.

Things to do

Admire the Neoclassical architecture of the 1908 Quezon Provincial Capitol, which is listed as a National Historical Site. It overlooks the greenery of Lucena Perez Park, a leafy space named in honour of the former governor, Don Filemon E. Perez. Explore the walking paths that lead to its surreal rock sculptures and children’s playground or coincide your visit with one of the regular festivals and community events that are held here.

At the heart of Lucena City stands the Cathedral of Saint Ferdinand, an elegant Catholic landmark named in honour of the city’s patron saint. Originally established in 1882, the current cathedral was constructed in 1887 following a devastating fire. Attend one of the regular Masses to experience the interior of the cathedral in all its glory, with a highlight being its elaborately painted main altar.

The Cathedral of Saint Ferdinand plays a central role in the Pasayahan sa Lucena, a carnival-style festival that’s celebrated as part of the feast of Saint Ferdinand each year. Reflecting the interconnectedness between man and nature, it features extravagant costumes and lavishly designed floats being paraded through the streets.

Getting around

Lucena City is around 3.5 hours’ drive from Manila, or you can take the train from Espana station to Calamba, then hop on a bus from Turbina terminal to Lucena City. Ferries to and from Marinduque Island depart from the Dalahican Ferry Terminal. Jeepneys are the main means of getting around Lucena City, with tricycle taxis also available for short journeys.

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    Quezon Premier Hotel Lucena is a very popular hotel in Lucena, with a score of 8.3 from 16 reviews.