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Oriental Zen Suites is situated at the heart of University Belt area of
Sampaloc, Manila. The hotel is very accessible to all establishments
particularly schools, hospitals, fast foods and bus terminals and also malls
wherein you can do your shopping spree the whole day.

Historical places are just few kilometers away such as Luneta Park,
Intramuros, National Museum, sprawling Roxas Boulevard, the famous
Quiapo flea market area and of course the red district of Malate area.

Oriental Zen Suites has created a google map for you to easily find when
planning to avail your overnight stay with us.

Oriental Zen Suites is just a walking distance to University of Santo Tomas
or about 5 minute walk to Dapitan Street side.

Visit Oriental Zen Suites to feel the difference.
Sampaloc, Manila is the area where American colonial troops and the
Filipino revolutionaries fought at the turn of the 20th Century. Filipinos
accused Americans of shooting a Filipino soldier, and likewise returned
fire. A historical marker which had stood on the San Juan Bridge was
ordered moved to Santa Mesa in 2003 after studies by Dr. Benito Legarda
concluded that the shot was fired somewhere between Blockhouse 7
(within the city limits of Manila) and Barrio Santol (now a part of
Sampaloc) on the connecting road that is now Sosiego Street.

Sampaloc is the hub of major national bus transportation carriers. Among
the bus companies in Sampaloc with their terminal are: Fariñas Transit
Company, GV Florida Transport, Victory Liner, Partas, Maria De Leon,
RCJ Trans ,RCJ Lines, Five Star Bus Company ,Northern luzon bus line
and Dalin liner and other southern luzon buses.

Sampaloc is served by two Philippine National Railways station: Laong
Laan and España station. It is also served by Line 2 Legarda station in
San Miguel and Line 1 Blumentritt Station in Santa Cruz.

Main thoroughfares in Sampaloc are S.H. Loyola (formerly Lepanto),
Vicente Cruz, M. De La Fuente, P. Florentino, Blumentritt, Aurora
Boulevard, Dapitan, Laon Laan, Dimasalang, Maria Clara, Maceda, Padre
Campa, Padre Noval, Tomas Earnshaw (Bustillos), Legarda, Gastambide,
Recto Avenue, Lerma, Morayta, Lacson Avenue and España Boulevard.