D' Little Egg Hostel | Places to stay in Urdaneta City-Pangasinan

Bed D' Little Egg Hostel 2
Earliest availability: March 22, 2019
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Check-in after: 02:00 PM

Check-out before: 12:00 PM

Number of rooms: 9

Credit card facility: Cash only


Air Conditioning
Cable TV
Parking on Premises

Safety features

Fire Extiguisher
24 Hours Security

Guest policies

House rules

(1) Keep the room/house clean; (2) Use water and electricity responsibly; (3) Keep noise to a minimum; (4) Be polite and considerate to neighbors/locals at all times.

Cancellation policy

FREE Cancellation. If canceled or modified up to 3 days before the date of arrival, no fee will be charged.


Getting there and around

Nearby attractions

Fray Andres De Urdaneta Park
1.50 km away

A work of art of four National Artists, the Urdaneta Park is a testimonial to the  Spanish friar, navigator, and cosmographer for whom Urdaneta City was named for.

Urdaneta City Livestock Market
1.59 km away

One of the biggest in the country, it is the cattle trading center of the North where cows, carabaos, goats, and pigs from Masbate, Batangas, the Ilocos and Cagayan provinces are traded. Trading is from Thursday to Saturday.

Urdaneta City Landmark
2.72 km away

The Urdaneta City Landmark is the newest must-see attraction located at the heart of the city. It features a giant carabao sculpture made of cold cast bronze standing on a pedestal with curtain water falls flowing on a black galaxy granite stone background. Made by local artist Ram Mamalio, the carabao sculpture symbolizes the strength and resilience of every Urdanetan as well as the strong economy of the city.

Other places to stay

Pangasinan Springland Resort
Hotels and homes
0.49 km away

Strategically located at Urdaneta City, this hotel is a great choice for all types of travelers seeking comfortable accommodations. It has clean interiors, quality facilities, and amenities that guarantee a memorable stay.

Bautista-Sornia Apartment
Hotels and homes
1.64 km away

Near many universities

Lisland Rainforest Resort
Hotels and homes
2.25 km away

Lisland Rainforest Resort opened its doors to the public on January 5, 1994.

It originally started as a summer retreat for the Lourdes Ichon Sison Family.  The legacy of Lourdes Sison, fondly remembered as Mama Loleng, was to value the family and keep family ties as close as possible. She built an ancestral home in the 5-hectare property that encouraged and fostered family bonding.  For years, the ancestral grounds became the vacation retreat for the exclusive use of family members.  However, since the vacation retreat would only be used about two to three times a year, a proposition developed for a place which could generate full utilisation of the property, as well as provide a recreational facility for the community.  Urdaneta, then a growing town, still lacked a recreational facility which offered swimming.  The nearest swimming pool was either located in the local hotel or public pool, some 25 kilometers away or alternatively, the beaches of San Fabian, Lingayen and Dagupan.

Lisland Rainforest Resort opened with 12 cabana rooms, with a hotel pool that was open not only for hotel guests but to the public, as well.  The development of a picnic ground with nipa huts and snack bar later expanded into a resort, offering first class restaurant, cottages and seminar/convention facilities.  What was originally conceived as an exclusive summer retreat for the Sison Family has grown into a full service resort for general patronage.

Lisland Rainforest Resort is located in Km. 182 McArthur Hi-way, San Vicente, Urdaneta City, Pangasinan.  Lisland is along the highway, 150 meters away from the junction leading to Dagupan to the west and Baguio to the north.  The Resort sits on five hectares land covered with 800 full-grown trees such as acacia, mango, ipil-ipil and other fruit trees, which gave rise to the “Rainforest” in the resort’s name.

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