The L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod New Deluxe Rooms Experience
The biggest hotel in Bacolod City has been undergoing renovations for some time now. Take a peek at the L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod new deluxe rooms, taken during our weekend family stay.
By now, you must have realized how we love staycations and going out as a family. We try to bring the kids wherever we go, especially when there’s a hotel and a swimming pool. The kids just love the water, though they are not really skilled swimmers. Our current weekend outing was trying out the L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod new deluxe rooms.
L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod is located in a what they call a privileged spot, which is along 14th-15th Lacson Streets. Why privileged? That is because they are righ smack in the middle of what Bacood City has declared as the Tourism Strip. You get a lot of the action here during the MassKara Festival. It is walking distance to many famous Bacolod restaurants and cafes as well.
Its central location makes it minutes away from the downtown area, the provincial government offices, and many other tourist attractions.
Lobby | Common Area
At 28 years old, perhaps every Bacolodnon has already set foot at L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod. You may have booked a room there, attended a wedding, or birthday party, or just dined in one of their restaurants. And you know that their lobby is one of the grandest here in Bacolod. There are several lounge chairs for those who are waiting.
When you enter the hotel, the reception area is on the right. Meanwhile, straight ahead is the Ripples Restaurant, where they serve the most sumptuous dishes for their lunch and dinner buffet. You may also hear live acoustic music here on some nights. Many people also stay here during the afternoons for coffee.
L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod New Deluxe Rooms
The L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod new deluxe rooms are now open for occupancy. They are a bit more expensive than their old deluxe rooms. The renovations in the hotel are ongoing and it will not be long before the whole of this homegrown Bacolod hotel will have newly renovated and refurbished rooms.
For now, the entire 3rd floor north wing has new rooms. We were billeted overnight in room 326.
Room | Bathroom | Toiletries
So how do the L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod new deluxe rooms look like? This is the set up of Room 326, which is, of course, on the the third floor. It is very roomy, which we like, because there are four of us in the family. We can walk around and not have to worry about bumping around each other.
Our deluxe room had one double and one single bed. So this is good for a family of three. If you have two kids, it’s enough if the kids are small. Shawna and Shane just fit in the single bed, though there was just resistance on Shane’s part because she wanted to sleep with us. haha
There’s a coffee table, a chair, a stool, a small built in desk with lamp and electrical outlets, and a flat screen TV.
In the bathroom, there was a hair dryer, too. As for the iron and ironing board, I think you can just request for a set, too. The room was not equipped with these.
What’s in the Closet?
The closets at the L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod new deluxe rooms are open. There are just shelves for you to organize your stuff, some hangers, and then bedroom slippers. The good thing is, you can easily find your stuff because there are no closet doors covering the light. On the other hand, you have to be organized, in case you invite somebody over in your room. You can’t just scatter your stuff and dump them in the closet when you have a guest. haha
I did not find a robe and I didn’t bother requesting for one, as I didn’t need it. So I am not really sure if they have a robe you could borrow.
They are offering the Kaia line of organic toiletries that are mildly scented. They are pretty nice. And I like it that they are taking the natural way in their toiletries. The soap is just regular hotel room soap though. Just ask for more from housekeeping if you need them, especially if your kids keep taking showers after swimming.
Everything you need seems complete — shower caps, toothbrush and toothpaste, cotton buds, and facial tissues. However, there was no sewing kit.
The room has a safe for your valuables, a small refrigerator, mini bar, and coffee making facilities.
We had internet access but it wasn’t so fast plus their system wouldn’t accept non-secure sites (those that do not have https://). In short, I was not able to work. You know that I work even on vacations, as long as I have a laptop and internet access, because I am a freelancer anyway. So I just took the opportunity to catch up on some sleep.
The L’Fisher Hotel is one of the most go-to venues for big events like weddings, parties, and conventions. They have several restaurants and many other conveniences for locals and tourists.
- Ripples Restaurant
- Yakiniku Room
- Grand La Proa Ballroom
- Ricardo Function Room
- Ripples Function Room
- Chalet Function Room
- Chalet Outdoor Function Area
- The Cocoon by L’Fisher Spa
- Swimming Pool
- Gym – this is the only hotel amenity that we never get to use haha
Two-Day Swimming for the Kids
L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod has two pools. One is located behind Ripples Restaurant but it is no longer open for swimming. You can just have photos taken there.
If you really want to go swimming, you can proceed to the roof deck of L’Fisher Chalet. The Chalet is just connected to the L’Fisher Hotel and you can pass by their air conditioned hallway to get there. The pool is on the 5th floor.
The view there is really nice because you can see three sides of the city. Plus the pools are super conducive for the young and the grown-ups. There’s a big pool where you can dive, lounge, or do laps. Plus, there’s a big shallow kiddie pool with little water spouts for added fun.
The kids spent the afternoon of the first day and part of the morning of the second day just swimming. Their skin has turned considerably darker. But that’s the beauty of a staycation — unli-swimming!
Brick Oven Pizza
At the L’fisher Chalet roof deck, they also have a restaurant and a bar. It’s nice to unwind here at night, have a few drinks, and just enjoy time with family and friends. One of the features of their restaurant here is the brick oven pizza.
Don’t miss ordering a pizza here. There are so many flavors to choose from and prizes vary depending on the variant. We chose the Negrense pizza topped with chorizo and quail eggs (PhP 299). Yummy!
Tip: Don’t order when you are hungry It takes some time for the pizza to be done. Give it about 30 minutes for your order to arrive.
L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod prides itself with service. Their staff are highly trained and are very polite. They try to cater to the needs of every guest. And when you pass by staff anywhere in the hotel, be they executives, restaurant crew, utility personnel, or housekeeping, they will surely greet you with a bow and a hand over their chest. Furthermore, if you say “thank you,” they will all respond with a smile and say, “Pleasure.”
L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod Room Rates
Below is the published rates for L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod.
- De Luxe PhP 3,998 (Approx US$80)
- Super De Luxe PhP 4,998 (Approx US$100)
- Matrimonial PhP 5,598 (Approx US$110)
- Junior Suite PhP 8,598 (Approx US$172)
- Executive Suite PhP 8,888 (Approx US$178)
- Imperial Suite PhP 10,998 (Approx US$220)
- Royal Suite PhP 12,998 (Approx US$260)
The L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod new deluxe rooms are now priced at PhP 4,998 per night. All prices are inclusive of 12% VAT and 10% service charge.
Food | Breakfast Buffet
The buffet food at L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod is probably the best there is in Bacolod. They use some of the finest ingredients and prepared in the most delectable way. There is also so much variety. We enjoy family meals in these settings, as these forge bondings.
We like bringing kids during buffet events because they are given the chance to pick their own food. They can be taught basic restaurant manners, like getting only what you can finish. Or finishing most of what you have taken.
I don’t really eat much during eat all you can buffet meals, but I try to sample as many dishes as possible. So I had some of their meats, especially the bacon and longganisa, crispy fried danggit (dried fish) with vinegar, French toast, cookies, salad, and then fruits. Of course, their coffee.
Also try their weekend buffet that’s available every Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunday lunch. With all the many dishes, their eat all you can buffet is reasonably priced at P699. If you come in a group of six, you only pay for five people.
Find L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod on the map.
Negros Occidental Tourist Destinations
If you are in Bacolod City, you may want to take these side trips with your family:
- OISCA Sunflower Garden Family Trip (seasonal)
- Silay Heritage Tour for Araw ng Lahi
- May’s Organic Garden Summer Outing
Other family travel stories that you may like to read:
- Baguio Country Club Overnight Stay
- Bacolod to Cebu Land Trip for the Family
- DIY Hong Kong Tour Itinerary for the Family
- Marco Polo Plaza Cebu Family Stay
- Upside Down World Cebu Family Bonding
- Baguio City Birthday Adventure for Kids
- Hong Kong Disneyland Magic Comes to Life
- Travel with Kids in Search for the Old and New
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