NOW OPEN to serve you at the 2nd level of ADC Commercial Complex Magsaysay Avenue, Naga City
This is the first Culinary Café and Studio in Naga City.
Update: Naga City Deck at the Pro Chef's Office CLICK HERE
Photo by oragon.com of SSC CamSur
Find out why this Afternoon Tea at the Avenue Plaza Hotel is a must try.
The hot and cold destination in Naga right at the foot of Mt. Isarog.
CamSur's hidden paradise with white sand beaches, caves, and amazing rock formation.
Pizza, Pasta, Salads, and Meals that will surely wow you at a reasonable price.
PBar, formerly known as Panganibar serves Beer Below Zero and a whole lot of unique dishes like Panbobola.
|Pls support the upcoming dinner event organized by Bantay Bata 163-Bicol to be held on March 31 at the The Tent, Avenue Hotel from 7pm til 10 pm. It will be a charity dinner concert for the benefit of a number of sponsored children needing much of our genuine concern to help those in need, particularly those battered,abused l|
Tickets are available at the Abs-Cbn station c/o Ann Claveria.
Join the fun and be mesmerized with the presentation, minus then small talk.
It's a social thing, an event requiring a cocktail or semi-formal attire. =)
LOGO BY Mineta Imperial
VIDEO BY: Nayascorner
Situated along Magsaysay Avenue is Villa Caceres Hotel (VCH) , not some typically seen hotel in the city. It's wonderfully made just for anyone with a good taste and a good reason to stay,say, overnight or a long weekend probably for business, vacation purposes or like mine, just another day as a loyal companion to my partner.
|My favorite hotel freebies. I love that I get to have 2 kinds of newspapers to read and take home in a day, shower cap and disposable slippers as other hotels don't provide initially, very professional transaction --official receipts with statement of account slipped in an envelope, very neat hotel room (ours was a standard double room where a coffee set is readily provided along with other usual amenities), security measures like a safety vault (only to imagine gold bars in my possession) and a card-operated door lock (it may have to do with the fact that keys are easily duplicated and a little inconvenient to carry).|
|From where I am sitting - right in the middle interior of Villa Caceres Hotel (VCH) where sunny rays peeping from the small opening above me. To my right is a hallway leading to the pool area where I could almost feel the summer shores of Caramoan -- Oh Lord, pls take me there, given that water splashing as eager kids learn to swim with careful mommies and a dedicated swimming instructor-trainer watching by. I should have brought my swimsuit if I knew I was to be checking in at Villa Caceres Hotel (VCH), once a one-wing small hotel and now a renovated somewhat Victorian part-Arabic-themed hotel with standard higher than most hotels in the locale. |
|Salad on the side for a typical Pinoy appetite. If only my gastric linings could talk, I'd definitely have another of this simple veggie salad to satisfy my Saturday morning craving. This is after I wolfed down two servings of miki bihon, beefsteak, chicken adobo, and 2 slices of bread with butter, chewy cheddar cheese, and sweet pineapple jam. This is definitely not a Scandinavian diet to reckon with but what a special complimentary breakfast experience for a tourist checking in at Villa Caceres Hotel (VCH)-- in many instances I sort of considered myself a tourist to my native Naga like this particular day. Thanks to my Hotel-loving partner, Mx. =P |