Kabayan Hotel Innovates and Elevates To Celebrate the Filipino Success Journey

Kabavan Hotel opened its doors 22 years ago, during which it has built a solid reputation among its patrons and guests for its value for money proposition. With its prime location along EDSA-Pasay and its close proximity to both domestic and international airports, transport terminals, government offices, and employment agencies, it quickly became the hotel of choice for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and balikbayans, providing its own signature brand of warm Filipino hospitality at accessible rates.

Through the years, Kabayan Hotel has transformed the hospitality landscape with various innovations such as Dorm Rooms and team accommodations, Pad Rooms for backpackers and seamen, and Japanese-style Kapsule Rooms.

This 2023, it launched another exciting new type of accommodation with the opening of its Kabayan Suites located at the top floor of its newly-constructed building. Each Kabayan Suite offers luxurious room space, well-appointed bathroom, and a relaxing resort ambience perfect for family staycations. What's more, guests get to enjoy all this at a price that's easy on the pocket. The new building also has brand new Pad and Mabuhay Suites for travellers who would like to enjoy room amenities that are designed for a comfortable stay in the heart of the busy metro.

Filipiniana Feel

The new Kabayan Hotel building features local elements that showcase Filipino culture and craftsmanship.

Guests are welcomed to the spacious lobby through an elegant revolving glass door. Panels of handcrafted sulihiva made from banaca adorn the walls of the reception area. Slabs of pristine marble and natural hardwood were used to furnish the front desk while piƱa embroidery and mother of pearl inlays accentuate the charming elevators.

Traditional Filipino food also comes to the fore at the Salo restaurant, which offers bestsellers such as crispy pata, kare-kare, and beef mechado for a true taste of home. It also has daily merienda buffets from 2 to 5p.m. serving comfort food favorites such as arroz caldo, ginataang mais, and garlic sotanghon, along with popular street food like fishballs, kikiam and kakanin (rice cakes) for only P249/pax.

For special occasions and business functions, the new building also hosts a Salo function room that can accommodate up to 150 guests, with a new roofdeck launching soon as a venue for memorable celebrations.

At the center of all this remains the hotel's continued commitment to provide genuine, guest-centered Pinoy hospitality. "At Kabayan hotel, we welcome our guests much like we welcome visitors at home. We want to make their stay as convenient for them as possible," says General Manager Raymund Aves.

Friendly staff are on hand to help them with their needs, and there are also services that are tailor-fit for OFW kababayans. One of these is an OFW Help Desk than can refer their government agency-related inquiries or assist them with processing and printing their documents on-site. There are even weighing scales available at their convenient luggage packing area located at the lobby. "We have noticed our guests struggling to pack their belongings before leaving for the airport, and we want to be able to help them start their journey with less worries" Aves adds.