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L Fisher Hotel
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All rooms are fitted with individually-controlled airconditioning, IDD phones, cable TV, mini-bar, in-room laptop port, mini-bar and either an ensuite shower or bath.
Deluxe Rooms, on floors 2 to 4, have one single bed and one queen bed
and an ensuite shower. On the other hand, Super Deluxe Rooms, on the
4th floor, have ensuite baths.
The sole Junior Suite on the 4th floor, also known as Honeymoon Suite, has a king-size bed, a separate receiving area, dining area for four persons, walk-in closetd and spacious ensuite bath.
Executive Suites, on floors 2 and 3, are either one-bedroom or two-bedroom and also have a large ensuite bath. Senior Executive Suites, have 2 separate bedrooms with its own bath, connected by the living room.
The Royal Suite is a 2-room affair, best known for its opulent bedroom and bathroom.
The Cafe' Marinero, with its subdued country design and picture windows that overlook the enchanting swimming pool, offers down-home gastronomic delights, 24 hours a day.
Located right next to Cafe' Marinero is the hotel's formal dining room. With its Spanish brick interiors and French windows, escape to the Don Ricardo for quintessential European dining.
L Fisher Hotel is located at the heart of Bacolod's business and commercial center. 5 minutes away from downtown, 10 minutes away from the port and 15 minutes away from the airport. By plane, Bacolod City is 50-minutes to/from Manila or 30 minutes to/from Cebu. Bacolod to/from Iloilo is takes one hour by ferry.
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