Hotel Luna

General Luna St. cor. Delos Reyes St., Vigan, Ilocos Sur

Hotel Luna
4.3
4.5 Stars

14 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 7
  • 4 stars 5
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 14 Reviews
  • 12 Recommend
  • 14 Reviewers
Category:
Hotel
Phone
+63776322222

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Wi-Fi:
Free
Parking:
Garage, Reserved

Facilities

Hotel Star Rating:
4
Airport Transfer:
Yes
Coffee Shop:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Bar:
Yes
Elevator:
Yes
Tours:
Yes
Meeting Facilities:
Yes
Business Center:
Yes
Massage:
Yes

Accommodations

Room Service:
Yes
Safety Deposit Boxes:
Yes
Laundry Service:
Yes
Concierge:
Yes

Hotel Policies

Extra Beds for Infant 0-2 years:
Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Extra Beds for Children 3-5 years:
Stay for free if using existing bedding.

Useful Information

Check-Out:
12:00p
Distance from City Center:
0.6km
Earliest Check-In:
2:00p
Number of Rooms:
54
Number of Floors:
4
Reception Open Until:
12:00a
Room Voltage:
220
Year Hotel Built:
2014
Year Last Renovated:
2014

Most Recent Reviews

PiaP E.
4.0 Stars

From a recent trip up north, we stayed at Hotel Luna and I glad we did.

I didn't much have pictures on my phone as it was all in my camera. Never the less the place is great!
I love how the hotel incorporated old/antique pieces and fusionend it with something modern!

11088110881108811088️ Rooms are so clean! The bed is super comfy that it gives you a feeling if you can just stay all the in bed! 128513 I 128156 their pillows! It's so soft and fluffy. It follows the shape of your body making your sleep comfortable. In fact, I even tried stacking 3 pillows and lie on them, I didn't feel any strain as my head literally sank into the 3 pillows. Although the toilet is kinda small making it difficult to move around. Based on the picture the shower and toilet are in two separate rooms. Looking at the picture, at the left door was the toilet and on the right is the shower

1108811088110881108811088️ Service was awesome! From fhe time we arrived up until check out thy provide quality service. Room service was also great! Housekeeping was fantastic and really cleans the room! In fact, even cable charges are neatly arranged and talking about extra mile, we bought Sungka at one of the shops at Calle Crisologo and played with it. We just left it at the table and after coming from our tour, we were surprised to see that our sungka was arranged properly and the pebble shells are neatly distributed!

A 11088110881108811088️ for me. Though prices might be as bit expensive over other hotels, but the wonderful experience, the convenience, and comfort was there.

Just a 128221, the hotel has its own museum. Buffet Breakfast is 128077🏻128077🏻. Lastly, it's location is near Calle Crisologo.

#PiaPTravels

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Kat M.
4.0 Stars
3

Dinner at Hotel Luna Restaurant, only because my husband Oliver C was craving for their Vigan Angulas -- which we can only find in this hotel. It's so yummy 128571

We also ordered Dinakdakan, similar to sisig; Dinardaraan, similar to Dinuguan but drier; Sinanglao, soup containing pork innards and bile, and Luna Rice, a mixed rice with Vigan Longganisa and Egg. For drinks we had cucumber lemon (very refreshing) and pink guava (too sweet).

Overall, we would go there again but only for the appetizers.

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Marilou C.
5.0 Stars

Hotel Luna is by far the most beautiful hotel I've ever been to in the country. Aside from my bias towards art and creative venues, their guest service was remarkably very good... Our rooms were unexpectedly upgraded to the fanciest suites and were next to each other! That's two smart TVs, two bathrooms with push-button/automated toilets, and a vintage-designed bathtub in a room. Definitely worth the distance traveled and the time spent looking for availability!

Aptly situated in a UNESCO Heritage site, the hotel brings to life and somehow modernizes the local art scene, dating from the Spanish era. Of course, artworks from Juan Luna were already expected, but it was still a surprising treat to see a Spoliarium inside the hotel -- something I last saw in the National Museum more than a decade ago during a school tour. Even with the relatively small space, Hotel Luna gives off that grandiose vibe through the details, from the lobby centerpiece to the white arcs adorning the building fronting the pool. Heck, my room has a large artwork on its external wall!

There are many dining options in the hotel alone, but admittedly, the food, based on the breakfast buffet, generally needs a little improvement. No matter in this case, since it's fairly easy to go out and about the bar/restaurants in the area, plus you can tour the second floor for their mini-museum if you're not checked in at Hotel Luna. #50ksummergiveaway

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Michael A.
5.0 Stars

The place is nice. It is near Calle Crisologo. The staff are helpful. The food is also great.

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Yen D.
5.0 Stars

The first luxury museum hotel in Vigan is a destination in itself that puts you right in the heart of the city.

Hotel Luna fuses traditional Spanish architecture that seemingly thrusts you back in time. Whether you are by the corridor or just inside the scenic elevator, Hotel Luna is absolutely stunning!

Hotel Luna also boasts of famous paintings and art collections from BenCab to Abueva. They also have several Orlina glass sculptures.

With 54 beautifully appointed rooms and suites accentuated with antique style lamps and mirrors and even old colonial bathroom fittings. They also sport a high-tech toilet bowl with electronic features and settings that can be activated with just a touch of a button.

I knew Hotel Luna was beautiful, but I did not expect it to be this amazing!

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Liz M.
5.0 Stars

The room we got was beautifully made up. The bed was super comfy. The rustic ambience was a total opposite of the very modern bathroom and toilet! The price we got for the room via trip advisor was amazing! Friendly and accommodating staff though the hot water wasn't working in our room.

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Len I.
4.0 Stars

Hotel is really nice and rooms are super nice. Beds are comfy and interiors are world class. Minus one star cause food is not that awesome.

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Claret Janine A.
2.0 Stars

This is what my plate end up when my mouth can't take the food I'm eating... All food served are disaster.. I will never come back here anymore

Dislike because their tagalog bistek taste fine and their watermelon juice is okay. But other than that I hated the food.

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Janine R.
4.0 Stars

After almost a year of working in Manila, I knew it was time to go home and find out what the hype was all about this new hotel in Vigan. Born and raised a Bigueño, I have always admired the old and antique houses in Vigan (our house used to look like these when I was younger). Finally, on such an unexpected notice, I got tagged along at a family friend's wedding reception at Hotel Luna. The original Doña Carmen Florentino house built in 1882 is now the restored hotel museum in the country, Hotel Luna, showcasing works of the renowned Ilocano artist, Juan Luna.

Event was held at the Comedor Restaurant. We got served a number of dishes, with which two caught my attention, the Beef Salpicao and Korean barbecue (in wine sauce). I heard they also offer Mediterranean, Japanese, and Spanish cuisines but on selected days, just head down to their FB page for updates.

Definitely coming back for the sunset and view at the Azotea on my next visit!

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Pocholo Miguel K.
5.0 Stars

Staff Service was globally professional, and the rooms were elegant and fairly priced if cross referenced to the quality of the furniture and appliances. The bed was to die for, as well as their heated and fully automatic toilets. Location is super near to Calle Crisologo, but if you want the best empanadas, go to the food stalls near the marketplace church- we tried everything and they had the best ones. Note that just because they say it's 60 for double longanisa and egg, doesn't mean it's better. We had some regular special emapandas priced at 30, and they were even better. The stores we preferred were towards the left of the Mcdonalds. Look for the pink plates!

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Oliver C.
3.0 Stars

We have to wait for almost an hour for an "okay" paella.
The brazo de mercedes cupcake is too sweet.

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Tara C.
5.0 Stars

Every art aficionado's dream. Don't forget to view the original La Mandolinera by Juan Luna 128151

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Hazel S.
5.0 Stars

Such a beautiful hotel 128525

• Ambiance: 128077
• Service: 128077

Photo: Poolside view

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Alex O.
4.0 Stars

Hotel Luna just recently opened in the heritage street of Vigan. An old building renovated and turned into the first 'museum' hotel in the country that displays the owner's private collection of paintings by Filipino Old Masters on its wall. Most notable is the Juan Luna painting. This hotel is certainly the place to stay now in Vigan.

But anyway, what I like to write about is its breakfast buffet! Just like it sister hotel Le Monet in Baguio, this restaurant serves awesome breakfast! The spread is simple, but had the best vigan longanisa here (must eat for breakfast in Ilocos) and (although more pampageño) you also got to try its pork tocino here!

Also realized, there are different 'Ilocano' longanisa. The Vigan longanisa are smaller, and the Laoag are bigger. But both have same garlicky and salty taste, and drier texture--something different from the usual sweet longanisa. Sarap!

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