The Sylvia Manor is the first boutique hotel in Bacolod City with 48 rooms and 5 suites that cater to both business and leisure travellers alike. Our priority is your utmost comfort - giving you more than just a traditional hotel experience - making you feel that it's a home away from home.
The name of the hotel belongs to the loving and steadfast wife of Norman Ocana who stood right beside him through poverty and richness. The name, Sylvia, was chosen to show how much Norman loves his better half.
How to get here
Getting to The Sylvia Manor is very easy and straightforward. It is highly accessible and public transport is easy to find.
Directions from New Bacolod-Silay Airport (NBSA) by car
Approximate Distance from Hotel: 12.82 miles
It takes approximately 1 hour to arrive at the hotel. As you exit the airport gates go straight ahead until you reach the main road of Silay City. Turn left and drive to Bacolod City via that same road. Turn right at Rizal street and go straight until you reach San Juan street then turn left. Keep going until you see the hotel.
Directions from BREDCO Port by car
Approimate Distance from Hotel: .79 miles
It takes approximately 5 minutes to arrive at the hotel. As you exit the toll gate, take a right at the first road you see. Go on straight until you reach Luzuriaga street or the third street from when you initially turned left. Keep going and turn right at the San Juan street or the 5th street from when you turned left while on Luzuriaga street. You will see our hotel in a few moments.
*Bacolod Plaza The Bacolod Public Plaza is one of the notable landmarks of Bacolod City, the capital of Negros Occidental, Philippines. It is located in the heart of the downtown area, near the city hall and across from the San Sebastian Cathedral. The plaza is a trapezoidal park with a belt of trees around the periphery and a gazebo at the center. Scattered within the trees are four circular fountains.
*Rizal Centennial Park
Fronting the Rizal Elementary School along Araneta Street. The city's contribution to the Centennial Celebration. Inaugurated in December 30, 1996, the park is the tribute of Bacolod to the national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal and provides an oasis for many city commutes, students and professionals during early morning and late afternoons.
* SM City Bacolod
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