Cozy Place Resort | Places to stay in Rosales-Pangasinan

Cozy Place Resort room COZY PLACE RESORT
Earliest availability: March 22, 2019
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Overview

Check-in after: 02:00 PM

Check-out before: 12:00 PM

Number of rooms: 17

Credit card facility: Cash only

Amenities

Kitchen
Wi-Fi
Air Conditioning
Essentials
Shower
Kid Friendly
Suitable for Events
Smoking Allowed
Parking on Premises
Intercom

Safety features

Smoke Detector
Fire Extiguisher
Lobby Security
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 up to 7 days before date of arrival. Full cancellation fee (no refund) within 6 days of date of arrival or no-show.

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Getting there and around

Nearby attractions

Rosales Municipal Hall
Attraction
3.15 km away

Quite frankly, the Presidencia Building – otherwise known as Rosales Municipal Hall, should’ve been the town’s most famous landmark instead of a modern shopping mall. It certainly deserves more recognition for not only is it the seat of local government, it is also a heritage gem bursting with old-world charm. Built in 1924, it is styled as an elegant colonial-era mansion with its wide capiz window panels and wooden floorboards. Its second level houses a mini-exhibit of several town memorabilia, which includes a head statue of Rosales’ famous son, national artist F. Sionil Jose. The small garden fronting the town hall features a statue that also dates back to pre-WWII days, while nearby attractions like St. Anthony of Padua Parish Church and the Unkown Soldiers’ Shrine at the roundabout likewise contribute to this area’s whole nostalgic feel.

St. Anthony of Padua Parish Church
Attraction
3.18 km away

St. Anthony of Padua Parish Church in Rosales was restored in 1915. The Church is part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Urdaneta and started as a simple barung-barong with corrugated steel roofing and sawali walls. At present, the Church stands admirably with a lofty bell tower, a spacious ground, and a Parish rectory. Inside is a polished tiled interior that extends to a sanctuary filled with statues of St. Anthony, Mother Mary, and the crucifix. The façade is white concrete with high arched stained glass windows designed with sacred images, a cross, and a dove figure. St. Anthony of Padua Parish Church is a frequented place for Visita Iglesia. Devotees come here to reflect on Jesus' suffering and to pray the rosary.

Our Lady of Rosales Grotto
Attraction
3.69 km away

When in Rosales, say a little prayer at the Our Lady of Rosales Grotto. This religious shrine set in the middle of rice fields was the site of many Marian apparitions witnessed by local residents from 1987 to 1994, and despite the passing of time, it remains a popular pilgrimage destination for the faithful. The grotto is open to the public 24/7, and everyday at 6 PM, visitors can participate in the novena carried out by devotees. Entrance is free, but donations are encouraged to help with its maintenance.

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Balungao Hilltop Adventure Hot & Cold Spring Resort
₱1,700

Unwind and get close to nature at this resort in Balungao, Pangasinan. This place invites you to take a breather away from the hustle and bustle of the city, while still offering you the basic amenities you need. Whether you’re looking for a new adventure, in a new town or a quiet respite from your busy schedule, this relaxing getaway has you covered. 

MJV Countryside Resort Hotel & Restaurant
₱600

Resort with Restaurant and Hydrotherapy.

Lisland Rainforest Resort
₱2,625
Hotels and homes
10.41 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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