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From most of 81 guest rooms and suits at the Pryce Plaza, you overlook at the bay and the city. Retiring for the day becomes even more special as you take a peek at the myriad lights below. The rooms are spacious and allow you to relax with its elegant decor and furnishings. Equipped with a host of other modern conveniences, they have been designed for your outmost comfort and enjoyment.
All guest rooms and suites are equip with following: Fully air-conditioned with thermostat control, Radio and color television with cable reception, Touch-tone telephone with bathroom extension, NDD/IDD, Refrigerator and mini bar, Hot and cold water, Complete fire protection system
Enjoy Pryce Plaza's restaurants and bar. Have a cup of brewed morning coffee at Cafe Cagayan with its trademark cathedral windows opening up to a splendid view of the city. Starlit dinners are set against the backdrop of a thousand night lights at Josefina's Seafood and Grill, a poolside restaurant on a verandah nesting on the slopes of Carmen Hill. And at the end of the day, relax and unwind with light refreshments and exotic cocktails at Compadres Bar with its regular line-up of nightly entertainment.
Majestically enthroned atop Carmen Hill. A leisurely 15-minute drive from Lumbia Airport and only 10 minutes away from the city proper.
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