Traveling to Bacolod has never been more convenient with Go Hotels as it offers premium amenities such as high-quality beds, private bathrooms, and a 22-inch LCD TV set. The hotel’s security is also top-notch with its steel safes found in all 108 rooms and CCTV’s operating the premises 24/7.
Go Hotels Bacolod is just one of the many branches of the Go Hotels brand found all across the country ensuring a safe, fun, and hassle-free travel experience amongst tourists and locals alike. Go Hotels Bacolod is located at Lacson Street, Mandalangan Bacolod City, just behind Robinsons Place and is 20 minutes away from the airport making it an ideal haven for the tourists wanting to visit “The City of Smiles”.
Aside from its close proximity to the airport, travelers can also access tourist hotspots with ease. Negros Occidental and the City of Bacolod itself are teeming with history and local culture. Get a glimpse of history when you visit The Ruins which used to be the mansion of Don Mariano Lacson. Located just 1.9 km away from the hotel, the old mansion sheds light on the rich history of Negros especially with its Corinthian columns that have stood the test of time in supporting the structure.
If your visit to the city is more of a pilgrimage kind, the San Sebastian Cathedral which is just a 15-minute ride away from the hotel is sure to put you in awe with its solemn elegance. This church dating back to the 19th century is reminiscent of the Spanish period and is a favorite among tourists. Other churches worth visiting are San Antonio Abad Parish Church and Bacolod Evangelical Church located just 26 and 18 minutes away from the hotel respectively.
If all that traveling left you hungry, take refuge in the hotel’s in-house restaurant; a vibrant and colorful spectacle that serves equally dazzling dishes.
Bacolod’s moniker as ‘the City of Smiles’ won’t be lost in you once you enter the eclectic and artsy interiors of WEEGO bistro, an art cafe in Go Hotels Bacolod. With its zany wall art by the different local talents in the area, the cafe will get your creative juices flowing while you enjoy their delicious and equally easy on the eyes food items.
WEEGO bistro is perfect for locals and tourists alike who appreciate local Bicolano food and art. Definitely the first thing to try when in WEEGO is their flatbread pizza which comes in four different flavors (Hawaiian, Sardines, All-cheese, & WEE’s special). Don’t mistake WEEGO as just another fringe pizzeria/pub though, as they also serve everyday breakfast meals and familiar Filipino favorites like Lechon kawali, boneless bangus, and baby-back ribs.
However, WEEGO’s piece de resistance would have to be their servings of artfully-made Hiligaynon dishes like batchoy, dinuguan, and molo that will surely put its feasters in all smiles once every morsel is consumed. From the interiors to the food, WEEGO’s style is reminiscent of the Bacolodnon culture, filled with life and color.
What better way to enjoy local food than to also feed your eyes with whimsical art that Bacolod is known for? If you ever find yourself in Bacolod, don’t forget to drop by at WEEGO’s bistro on the first floor of Go hotel Bacolod, Mandalagan. It opens daily from 6 AM to 8 PM.
Go Hotels is also in Cubao, North Edsa, Timog-Quezon City, Ermita, Otis-Manila, Mandaluyong, Ortigas, Bacolod, Davao, Iligan (soon to open), Butuan, Puerto Princesa, Iloilo, and Dumaguete. For bookings and reservations, log on to www.gohotels.ph or call 0922-GOHOTEL (4646835).