ACL Suites has a premier location at the heart of Metro Manila. Choose from our wide array of comfortable and cozy apartelle units. From our full deluxe, twin single and luxurious suites. Fully airconditioned units with cable TV and private toilet with bath. Each guest deserves our excellent and friendly service.The hotel is situated in the city's prime area for dining, shopping and nightlife.
Experience a truly Pinoy welcome right in the heart of Cubao Commercial Center where everything is utterly familiar just like your own home. Cozy rooms with cable tv, hot & cold showers…room service…function room…sumptuous home style meals and gracious service to ensure a luxurious stay at a price you can definitely afford.
ACL Suites. A Business & Tourist Hotel.
Your home in the City!
Directions from the Airport:
Leaving the airport, drive all the way down Domestic Airport Road towards the city of Makati
Take the historic road EDSA (Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue). Upon reaching Boni Serrano Avenue turn right,then turn left on 13th Avenue.
ACL Suites is the only Hotel on the right hand side of 13th Avenue.
1. Quezon Memorial Circle Shrine
Description: the tallest structure in the city which pierces 66 meters to the sky, is a fitting tribute to the founder of Quezon City and one of the country's greatest statesmen - President Manuel Luis Quezon.
2. Barrio Pugad Pawin (Balintawak)
Description: A foremost Philippine Historic site where the Great Plebian and founder of KKK, Andres Bonifacio launched the Philippine Revolution against the Spaniards in 1896. The uprising was then called the "Cry of Balintawak".
3. Barrio La Loma
Description: Another historical landmark in Quezon City is La Loma. It was in the said barrio that the Filipinos first fought the Americans during the Philippine-American War.
4. Quezon City Hall
Description: It was in this imposing 14 storey edifice where the new "Philippine Constitution" was signed in 1971. The building not only is the center of city government activities but it also houses other national government agencies. Its location is beautified by the refreshing view of a man-made lagoon.
5. Welcome Rotonda
Description: this imposing rotunda which was built in 1948 by City Architect Luciano V. Aquino (in the office of then Mayor Ponciano Bernardo) serves as the gateway to Quezon City from the neighboring city of Manila. This is where three (3) of Metro Manila's busiest roads meet, namely: Espana Blvd. In Manila and Quezon Avenue and E. Rodriguez Avenue in Quezon City. Here on September 27, 1984, government troops violently dispersed and anti-government rally. This incident clearly showed that even peaceful expression of the citizens' righteous indignation was not allowed by the Marcos Administration.
6. University of the Philippines
Description: the state-owned University of the Philippines which was established in June 1908, is the country's institute of higher learning and considered the finest in the Far East.
7. Araneta Coliseum
Description: The world's largest covered dome (in the 60's) which towers 220 feet and has a seating capacity of 32,000. It is located in Cubao, Quezon City and holds court as the district's focal point.
8. Camps Crame and Aguinaldo
Description: Two of the most important military headquarters where the 4-day rebellion started. It was here, on February 22, 1986 that Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile and then Constabulary Commander and Armed Forces Chief of Staff Fidel V. Ramos holed up with just one battalion of soldiers. Here they announced their withdrawal of support from the Marcos government. Here they waited for Marcos' remaining loyalist troops to arrest them, determined only to defend themselves and to die with honor rather than live like puppets protecting the dictator. But the attack never came, for what they thought to be their last, grand gesture sparked a popular revolt against the tyrant and these two military camps became the symbols of the Filipino people's long struggle
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