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Hotel Felicidad

Hotel Felicidad

Truly a blast from the past. Hotel Felicidad is the newest boutique hotel in Vigan. It is strategically located in the heart of the world heritage city of Vigan, Ilocos Sur. Hotel Felicidad is within walking distance from the Vigan Metropolitan Cathedral, Provincial Capitol, City Hall, Archbishop’s Palace and Ecclesiastical Museum, Fr. Jose Burgos Museum, Syquia Mansion, Plaza Burgos and Plaza Salcedo, other restaurants and coffee shops, souvenir and gift shops, and the picture-perfect Heritage Village. You can stroll on Vigan's cobblestone streets and enjoy a promenade along centuries-old ancestral houses and establishments that offer entertainment, shopping, and exotic dining opportunities. Whether for business or leisure, Hotel Felicidad offers an atmosphere of comfort, elegance and timeless serenity with its 18th century inspired architectural design, faithfully furnished with antique pieces and fixtures. With 21 guest rooms and suites, all distinctly furnished and decorated to guarantee a truly unique experience everytime you come home to this elegant ancestral house. Your stay in Hotel Felicidad is guaranteed to be an unforgettable time traveling experience to our elegant and grandiose Spanish past. General Information The Hotel Felicidad building was built by spouses Dr. Filadelfo Rosario de Leon and Dona Primitiva Encarnacion Donato after their wedding on June 19, 1918. Filadelfo Sr. was the first surgeon and one of only two physicians in Ilocos Sur during his time. He succumbed to a stroke at the young age of 35. The couple owned the Vigan Electric Company or VELCO and they were blessed with eight children, three of whom died in their infancy. The five surviving children were Dr. Filadelfo Jr., Mary, Julian, Clemente and Mario. Clemente studied at the Ateneo College in Manila until the outbreak of WW II. On August 22, 1942, he married Feliza Singson Crisologo, the youngest in a brood of seven, and they were blessed with four children. Her older siblings were Patrocinio, Floro, Lucia, Francisco, Anita and Caridad. He became a businessman who was into trucking and rice wholesale trading while Feliza was in tobacco trading and real estate business. In 1962, he bought his siblings' rights to the house and had it restored and renovated with four additional rooms and three garages for his growing family and for the grand parties he and his wife tendered. Subsequently, the house was inherited by two of their children, Marite and John-John who turned it into La Feliza Tourist Inn. It was later acquired by a private Corporation and was restored and transformed to become Hotel Felicidad (a combination of the names of the two sisters Feliza and Caridad).



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