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Pampanga Hotel (City of San Fernando)

Posted by admin on July 29, 2006

(A. Consunji Street, Barangay Santo Rosario)

Residence of Asuncion Santos, daughter of Don Teodoro Santos, Sr. (Dorong Tola), who married Andres Eusebio. It was the first site of the Pampanga High School when it first opened in 1908. Later became the site of the Harvardian College and the Pampanga Hotel and Panciteria, now Pampanga Lodge and Restaurant.


3 Responses to “Pampanga Hotel (City of San Fernando)”

  1. Carlo Cunanan Chica said

    I could stil remember this place. This is right beside the cathedral and meters away from the town hall. When I was a little kid, I used to hang around beside this building. This is where all the good peanuts were sold not to mention the juices. *sighs

  2. The first time I came to San Fernando from Manila decades ago, this was the first place I considered my water hole and up to now, nothing has changed, except that the jukebox just sits there at its lonely space because it has been replaced by the karaoke.

  3. Kimberly Anne G. Bansil said

    With all due respect. Greetings!
    hi, im an architecture student from Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University Bacolor, Pampanga. i just want to sincerely ask about your opinion in conserving this structure formerly known as pampanga hotel. We are currently working on our mini thesis in our design subject and we decided to come up with this study. Our professor wants us to make some research on how we can restore the aesthet and renovate the interior to give life again to this heritage structure. Wondering if ,by any chance, you could help us. we sincerely understand if you wont be able to do so.
    hoping for your kind and favorable response.
    It will be a great privilege.

    thank you.

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