Going Around Las Pinas City - What to do, Where to Stay


The very first 3-star hotel built in Las Pinas is Eurotel Hotel. It is strategically located in front of SM Southmall Las Pinas along Alabang-Zapote Road. The hotel offers affordable room rates food for 2 pax and up to 4 pax with children in 1 room. 

Getting to the hotel from Manila International Airport:

- Just take an ordinary Airport Taxi, UBER or Grab Taxi.
- Via jeepney commute just takes a jeepney with a signage (Sucat/Evacom). Just tell the driver to drop you off to EVACOM and take a tricycle/tuk-tuk going to Casimiro. Cross the Alabang-Zapote road and take a jeepney with a signage (Alabang/SM) and tell the driver to drop you in front of Eurotel Hotel in front of SM Southmall.
- Jeepney fare going to Evacom is 7.00 PHP / .14 USD, Tricycle going to Casimiro is 60 PHP / 1.22 USD. Jeepney going to SM Southmall is 7 PHP / .14 USD


This hotel has a nice lobby and beside the lobby is where the in-house restaurant is located. This hotel also has a KTV room and Billiards room. Room rates starts at 1,500 PHP to 3,000 PHP / 30.61 to 62.22 USD. They have Studio room, Standard Twin, Standard Queen, Suite 1 and Suite 2. Their Studio and standard rooms are perfect for 2 pax and their Suite 1 and Suite 2 are perfect for a family of 3-4. 

Standard room, Studio 1 and 2 has a bathtub and more spacious room compare to Studio room which is the smallest room type in Eurotel Hotel. All room types have an ensuite bathroom with complete toiletries and a free 2 bottled water. If in any case that you have an incomplete set of toiletries don't hesitate to call the reception and they will give you what you need.






There are 2 popular and unique churches in Las Pinas, these are Nature's Church in Moonwalk Las Pinas and Bamboo Organ Church which is located at Las Pinas Bayan. The newest church here in Las Pinas is San Ezekiel Church which is built by Senator Manny Villar - one of the richest senator and businessman in the Philippines. He built Villar Sipag to also help people from Las Pinas to have a livelihood and give jobs for them. Here at Villar Sipag they are recycling Water Lilly and making it a handcraft like bags, baskets, and other furniture.  This is also a place where plastics are being made into a chair for public schools in Las Pinas. 

Here in Las Pinas, you can also find the makers of Jeepneys - Sarao. My city is rich with history and out local government is helping the community and environment as well. 


For booking and reservations visit www.eurotel-hotel.com

Going Around Las Pinas City - What to do, Where to Stay


The use of this 360° virtual tour of Eurotel Las Pinas is authorized by Traveloka.

18 comments

  1. Ooh. I always see Eurotel whenever I go to SM Southmall. Not bad, it's nice naman pala inside & they're rates are pretty okay. Thank you for including the virtual tour in your post. It can be recommended to North friends who want to overnight in the South after night caps and long dinners.

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    1. Its a decent hotel I must say. And children can also stay here

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  2. The hotel looks decent and clean. Does it also offer complimentary breakfast? How about ordering food from an in-house restaurant?

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  3. I do not think I have been to Las Pinas. It is seem so faraway especially if you are used to the QC area. If I happen to travel in that area and need a place to stay, I'd think of Eurotel.

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    1. It's worth to visit us here in the south.

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  4. I have to visit so many places now! Some places, I have not even heard of .. good to read all these blogs that provide information about cities I dont even know exist!

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    1. Manila is a diversed city and a lot to see

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  5. I grew up in Las Pinas and have seen the rise of many of the establishments throughout the years, including that of Eurotel, as well as Marbles, the billiards place beside it. I also went to St. Joseph's in Las Pinas which is the parochial school right by Las Pinas Bamboo Organ. I want my children to experience their cultural simbang gabi where they can try the best bibingka and puto bumbong and tsokolate.

    I was also raised a couple of streets away from the now nature church where it once was a mango grove - a place I loved to go to as a child but was always reprimanded for doing so, haha!

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    1. And because our city is improving and having more establishments, traffic is getting worse

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    2. Ah yes! The GrabCar driver last night told me about it but he's also fine with it because he says a trip from Casimiro to Alabang already costs Php200, OMG!

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  6. I am not really familiar with Las Pinas streets and sights because it is very far from where I live. I would like to see your legendary Bamboo Organ there though. I have not seen it up to now.

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    1. Its best to see and visit the Bamboo Church on a holiday like Christmas so you could here the bamboo organ play

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  7. I should check the Bamboo Organ Church. I remember the place on some trivia game before. It's also just nearby from Manila.

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  8. The rooms look neat and are decently priced. I think its perfect for budget travellers as its closer to city as well and has a good access from the airport!

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  9. I have been to Paranaque and Cavite, but not yet in Las Pinas. Though I have friends living there, I sure do want to drop by a visit. Prolly, I will not check in a hotel there but go to see the Bamboo Organ. I hear it holds a long history.

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  10. The more and more I read about the Philippines, the more I feel like going there. Beautiful place it seems to be!

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  11. The hotel looks luxurious, the rooms are really nice and the service seems to be ok. About the city, I think it's a "must to go".

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