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Where to Stay in Bohol, Philippines

IJsselstein, Sunday, 20 July 2003 (updated: Sunday, 11 August 2013)

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Bohol has a large number of hotels, resorts, and other facilities for tourists. Most of these are concentrated in Tagbilaran and around Alona Beach, with a few more scattered around the island. To help you make your choice we have listed most hotels here, with some short personal comments.

We often get requests for the cheapest resorts or places to stay. This is a question we cannot answer. More important, it often makes little sense to go for the cheapest. I think it is better to go for the best value for money, within your budget, and considering your wishes. There are very expensive hotels that are worth every centavo of their rate and cheap hotels that offer great value for money, but you can also be unlucky and end up in an overpriced place at any rate.

The purpose of this site is to help you find a place that matches your budget and expectations. As a general rule, if you want to stay directly on the beach, you pay much more, and could easily find a much more pleasant place a few hundred meters from the beach. When you select one of the larger, secluded resorts, you will pay considerably more than with most smaller resorts, especially if alternative locations are nearby (such as on Alona Beach).

Please also take into account that in the more secluded places, you have less choice of restaurants (often only the resorts' own restaurant is your only option and some even charge an excessive "corkage" when you bring your own food), and your options of getting there and away are limited, which may result in even higher bills.

Also be aware that some resorts charge double the normal taxi fare for their transfer service, while others include it for free as a service!

Details for resorts can also be found via our search interface. A list containing more hotels and resorts on Bohol is also available.

Philippines Homestays

If you're looking for a different way to experience Bohol, Philippine Homestays has accommodation in Anda, Balicasag Island, Cabilao Island, Panglao Island, or Loboc that will provide an interesting cultural experience.

Philippines Homestay
Contact Person: Anna Cleal and Dhora Arcamo
Address: Homestays throughout Bohol, Anda, Bohol
Phone: +63 9209674145
Email: sales@philippineshomestay.com
Website: http://www.philippineshomestay.com
The homestays are with Filipino families located around Bohol (as well as other islands in the Visayas). They cost 600 pesos per night and aim to spread tourism money into smaller communities, while giving travelers an authentic taste of what life is like in these areas.

Anda | Baclayon | Balicasag Island | Cabilao Island | Carmen | Loboc | Pamilacan Island | Panglao Island | Tagbilaran | Tubigon | Valencia

Anda

Amun ini Resort
Amun ini Resort
Anda, a peaceful municipality on a peninsula with the same name at the north-east of Bohol, about 100 kilometers from Tagbilaran (2 hours by bus), until recently mostly unaffected by tourism, but this has changed recently with more and more people discovering its wonderful beaches, and the attractive environment of the peninsula. An increasing number of resorts have opened their doors to visitors, and a few more are in development.

Amun ini Beach Resort & Spa
Address: Bas Dako Beach, Candabong, 6311 Anda, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 38 510 6230
Phone: +63 917 7965 412
Email: info@amun-ini.com
Website: http://www.amun-ini.com
The Amun ini Resort, opened in 2012, is located at Bas Dako ("big sand") Beach in barangay Candabong. With its large nipa-covered roof, this resort is developed to blend in in its environment, and has a range of luxury facilities, such as an infinity pool, and its own chef-run restaurant.

Bituon Beach Resort
Contact Person: Markus Hohmann
Address: Basdio, 6310 Guindulman, Bohol, Philippines
Email: Bituon@wtal.de
Website: http://www.bituon.com/
Bituon Beach Resort, under German and Filipino management is located on top of some very nice cliffs in Basdio, Guindulman. It consists of a number of nicely maintained bungalows in native style with a terrific sight across the Bohol Sea. The bungalows are provided with basic facilities, and are clean and spacious. They lack an aircon, but, given the normally cool breeze that blows from the see, you won't miss it. The restaurant serves excellent food, but is not a-la carte, although they will adjust to special dietary wishes, and is one of the few places in Bohol able to prepare a good vegetarian meal. Bituon Beach Resorts has its own complete diving facilities. The resort also has its own tiny patch of beach at the feet of the cliffs. A concrete stair will lead you to a very small beach, from which the resort's dive-boats leads you to a number of dive-sites along the coast of the Anda peninsula.
Bungalow at Bituon Beach Resort
Bungalow at Bituon Beach Resort

This resort caters mostly to German speaking scuba divers who arrive here on fully pre-arranged tours. The rate starts at EUR 34 per person (not per bungalow) per night, including all meals. Given the location on top of high cliffs, the place is less suitable for small children.

Cocowhite-Beach Resort, also in Basdio, but Swiss owned, opened its door on 4 May 2002. It has a small private beach, and includes all facilities for diving, including courses. The resort also is mainly oriented to German speaking guests on fully arranged tours. Cocowhite Beach resort has its own patch of beach underneath some nice cliffs. Rates are in the order of USD 30 per person per night, including all meals.

Dapdap Beach Resort
Contact Person: Grace Tinio Lim
Address: Candabong, Anda, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 38 528 2011
Email: info@boholdapdapresort.com
Website: http://www.boholdapdapresort.com/
Dapdap Beach Resort, in Candabong, Anda, lies at the western end of Anda's stretch of wonderful beaches. Under Filipino management, this resort offers air-con rooms up to PHP 1500, and family rooms for PHP 600. Simple nipa huts can be had for PHP 400. It also offers shelters for picnics.

Flower-Beach Resort, in Virgen, Anda, provides air-conditioned guestrooms in duplex houses. Build in traditional materials, but designed to western comfort standards. The resort has its own diving facilities, with access to some of the better, but less visited diving spots near Anda.

Baclayon

Peacock Garden
Peacock Garden
In Baclayon, you will find what is probably the most luxurious resort of Bohol, The Peacock Garden Resort and Spa. Located up in the hills of Upper Laya, away from the hustle and bustle of town, you'll find a resort and spa with a truly great ambiance reminding of the splendor of the rich and wealthy of the late nineteenth century.

The Peacock Garden Luxury Resort and Spa
Contact Person: Peacock Garden
Address: Upper Laya, 6301 Baclayon, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: + 63 38 539 9231
Phone: + 63 917 326 9000
Fax: +63 38 540 9487
Email: relax@thepeacockgarden.com
Website: http://www.thepeacockgarden.com/

Balicasag Island

Balicasag island is a small island south of Panglao island and belongs to the municipality of Panglao. It is the home to a small barangay with the same name, two light-houses (an old, American build one, and a modern one build with British aid), and one resort. Around the island are some of the best diving spots in the Philippines. A world-class overhanging wall, going from about 7 to more than 60 meters deep, and some wonderful coral reefs that are worth the trip alone. Balicasag Island Dive Resort has a number of okay cottages straight on the beach at the southern side of the island, and its own restaurant. The restaurant suffers somewhat from the fact that it has no competition on the island what-so-ever.

Cabilao Island

Polaris Resort
Polaris Resort

Cabilao Island is an island to the west of Bohol, part of the municipality of Loon. Unlike the nearby islands of Sandingan and Pangangan it is not connected with the main land of Bohol, so you'll need to go there by boat, which is possible from Barangay Mocpoc in Loon. On the island are three resorts, and some of the best diving locations of the Philippines. The dive-site north-west of Cabilao Island is a favorite spot for shark enthusiasts, as hammerhead sharks can be seen here regularly. On the island itself, birds are protected, which means that you can see more of these feathered friends than you are used to on the main-land.

Probably the best value for money is Polaris Beach and Dive Resort, run by the German-Filipino couple Franz and and Maria Baumann. Franz is one of the few German resort owners who speaks fluent Cebuano, and is also active to build up the local community and preserve the islands natural beauty.

Polaris Beach and Dive Resort
Contact Person: Franz and Maria Baumann
Address: Pantudlan, Cabilao Island, 6327 Loon, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 38 505 4118
Phone: +63 918 903 7187
Email: info@polaris-dive.com
Website: http://www.polaris-dive.com/
They offer nice air-conditioned rooms with hot shower at about USD 32 per night. Considering that everything has to be brought from the mainland by boat, this is a fair deal. On their resort, that lies directly near the beach, they have a nice swimming-pool and restaurant.

La Estrella Beach Resort
Contact Person: Estrella Zagorski
Address: Cabilao Island, 6327 Loon, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 38 505 4114
Phone: +63 38 505 4151
Fax: SMS +63 918 904 4859
Email: info@laestrella.ph
Website: http://www.laestrella.ph/

La Estrella Beach Resort, located directly at the sea, has a number of neat luxury bungalows in native style, a restaurant and a bar. The resorts is close to the Sea Explorers diving school, which has its own compressor, boats, and equipment to offer diving trips and (PADI) dive courses. The smaller bungalows are 10.40 euros (PHP 600) and 13.50 euros (PHP 800) per night, and can house two persons; the larger bungalows are 20 euros (PHP 1200) per night, but can house four guests. If you come here for diving, they have some interesting package deals, such as 1 week stay and 12 dives for 389 euros (PHP 24,500).

Cabilao Beach Club
Contact Person: Henry Firlay
Address: Cambaquiz, 6327 Loon, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 917 4545 897
Phone: +49 341 21 24 341
Email: cabilao@skyinet.net
Website: http://www.cabilao.com/
The third resort on Cabilao is Cabilao Beach Club on the North-Eastern side of the island, close to the barangay Cambaquiz. Run under German-Swiss management. This resort, in operation since January 2004 and has four bungalows with all facilities, and a restaurant plus bar.

Carmen

Carmen is a municipality in the interior of the Bohol. It is the home of the world-famous Chocolate Hills, an amazing geological curiosity that can only be found on Bohol. The Chocolate Hills, which only turn to their characteristic brown color that gives them their name at the end of the summer, consist of nearly two thousand highly regularly shaped hills, between 30 to 50 meters above a mainly flat land. It will take most people some time to accept that these hills are not man-made.

If you would like to stay in the Chocolate Hills overnight, you have very little choice. The only facility is the Government run Chocolate Hills Resort. A couple of years ago, they started to extend and renovate the place, but, since funds have run out, work on this is suspended, and you'll have to deal with the mess of a half-completed resort. The rooms are somewhat run-down, but if you stay here, you'll be rewarded with a very nice sunrise over these eerie hills partly covered by fog the next morning. The same place can also be used as a base for exploring the Sikatuna National Park, not far away from here.

Panglao Island

Panglao Island lies just opposite Tagbilaran city, and is connected with Bohol with two bridges. It consists of two municipalities, Dauis in the north and Panglao in the south. The island is easy to reach and has a number of wonderful white beaches, which means that on this island most of Bohol's hotels and resorts can be found. The larger part of these are concentrated around Alona Beach, a very nice stretch of white sand at the South-Eastern end of the island, but numerous are also spread along other parts of the island. If you arrive on Bohol without any reservation, it is probably best to go to Alona beach, and walk along a few of the hotels to find one that suits you and has place available. If you do so, don't forget to have a look at the places not directly at the beach, as they often have much better rooms to offer for less money. If you arrive late and plan to stay for a longer time, find an acceptable place for the night, and look for a good location the next morning - often the bungalows or nipa huts somewhat away from the beach can be rented for weekly or monthly rates, which are much cheaper than staying straight on the beach.

Dumaluan Beach, also on the eastern side of the island houses some of the more expensive resorts of the island, and along the other beaches are also a number of resorts, all listed here below.

Alona Kew
Address: Alona Beach, Tawala, Panglao, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 38 502 9042
Phone: +63 38 502 9027
Fax: +63 38 502 9029
Email: info@alonakew.com
Website: http://www.alona-kew.com
Alona Kew White Beach Straight on the middle of Alona beach offers standard rooms starting from about PHP 1500.

Henann Resort Alona Beach
Contact Person: Henann Resorts
Address: Alona Beach, Tawala, 6340 Panglao, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 2 5231234
Email: manila@henann.com
Website: http://www.henann.com/#/bohol
Alona Palm Beach Resort, under Swiss management, is the most luxurious resort on Alona Beach itself. Opened in 2001, this resort is spaciously arranged in a nicely landscaped garden, directly bordering Alona Beach, but with care to keep some distance from the beach -- a good example of a nicely planned resort
Alona Palm Beach Resort
Alona Palm Beach Resort
development. It consists of 12 luxurious villas, each good for two guest, and a main building with restaurant and facilities. The big swimming pool, which appears to join with the sea is nicely lay-out. Prices here are from 90 to 120 US dollars (4800-6500 Pesos) per night, depending on the season.

Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa
Contact Person: Phoebe B. Lim
Address: Tawala, Panglao, Bohol
Phone: +63 38 502 9516
Email: reservations@eskayabeach.com
Website: http://www.eskayaresort.com/

Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa, is a recently (2007) opened resort in the top luxury class with corresponding prices. It provides neatly designed cottages, some with private swimming pool, which blends local architecture with modern facilities. This resort is located directly at the beach, on a 16 hectares area.

Alonaville Beach Resort: Alona Beach

The Ananyana Beach Resort is a lovely designed resort in traditional Balinese style. Rooms here start at about USD 140.

Aquatica Beach Resort: Alona Beach

Beach Rock Cafe & Lodge: Alona Beach, Tel. & Fax: +63 38 502 9034

Blue Sky-Sea Resort Bolod

Bohol Beach Club is one of the older and best-known resorts in Bohol, on its own stretch of beach a little north of Alona Beach.

Bohol Bee Farm
Contact Person: Vicky Wallace
Address: Dao, Dauis, Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 38 502 2288
Phone: +63 917 304 1491
Email: vickywallace@boholbeefarm.com
Website: http://www.boholbeefarm.com/
The Bohol Bee Farm is a very cozy and relaxing place on Panglao island. Owner and Chef Vicky Wallace prepares delicious meals from organically-grown vegetables on her farm--from squash muffins, vegetable lasagna to her specially-brewed coffee from roasted corn and wild berries. She rents her chalet-styled home to guests who want to enjoy the peace and serenity of having the entire farm to themselves...

Bohol Island Dive Resort Alona Beach, Tel. & Fax: +63 38 502 9005

Bohol Plaza is build against Dayo Hill in Dauis on Panglao Island. It is the large building you can easily see from Tagbilaran City. This resort has a great view of Tagbilaran City and the sea.

Bohol Sea Resort Danao

Flower Garden Resort
Contact Person: Erwin & Hampi Dürig
Address: Tawala, Panglao, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 38 502 9012
Email: fgr@flowergarden-resort.com
Website: http://www.flowergarden-resort.com/
Flower Garden Resort, run by two Swiss, Erwin and Hampi, who take turns in managing this nice little friendly resort. This place consists of three neatly designed houses and a duplex bungalow in a peaceful garden about 150 meters from the beach, just behind Alona Palm Beach Resort. The places include a fully equipped kitchen, so that you can do your own cooking -- very practical if you have special dietary wishes or want to save money if you are a long-term traveler. One of the houses is in use by the management, and the others are often rented out to long-term visitors, so if you want to stay here, it is advisable to make reservations. Prices per night are 22 euros for the houses, and 18 euros for the duplex; reduced rates are available on a weekly or monthly base.

Oasis Resort
Contact Person: Mae Atienza
Address: Alona Beach, Tawala, Panglao, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 32 2326010
Phone: +63 32 4181550
Fax: +63 32 2315054
Email: info@seaquestdivecenter.ph
Website: http://www.seaquestdivecenter.ph
Oasis Resort, located at the beautiful Alona Beach. This attractive resort has 8 natively decorated cottages. Oasis Resort is a family operated business that caters mainly to divers. Facilities at the resort include a resort restaurant and bar and a beach lounging area, a beach restaurant and a cocktail bar.

Panglao Island Nature Resort Bingag, Tel. +63 38 411 2599, Fax: +63 38 411 5866

Peter's House: Alona Beach, Tel. +63 38 502 9056, Fax: +63 38 502 9107

Playa Blanca: Alona Beach, Tel. +63 38 502 9015

Rene's Place: Alona Beach, Tel. +63 38 502 9149

Sun Apartelle Corporation
Contact Person: Irena and Boris Heberer
Address: Tawala, Panglao, Bohol, Philippines
Phone: +63 38 502 90 63
Fax: +63 38 502 90 64
Email: info@sunapartelle.com
Website: http://www.sunapartelle.com/
Sun Apartelle, run by the friendly German couple Irena and Boris Heberer, offers very neatly designed and well maintained apartments in a wonderful garden about 200 meters from Alona beach. All apartments are fully equipped with air conditioning, a large bed, bathroom, and kitchen imported from Germany, which means you can do your own cooking as you do at home - but you don't have to, as they also have an excellent restaurant. The apartments are located in the garden, to which much care has been given. Some huge trees provide ample shade, and in the garden are a few cozy corners where you can retreat if you do not wish to stay in your room. You'll especially love the swimming pool here, which lies about three meters below the garden in a natural depression, connected to some caves. Both Irena and Boris are divers, and have made most of the wonderful underwater photographs available on this site (and on their own site are many more, certainly worth a visit!). The apartments cost about EUR 55 per night.

Loboc

Cottages at Nuts Huts
Cottages at Nuts Huts

Loboc, a friendly town on the Loboc River, and home of the world-famous Loboc Children's Choir, is a friendly place, mostly visited for its ancient church, and a river cruise on one of the floating restaurants.

Nuts Huts
Contact Person: Walter Laureys
Address: Gotozon, 6316 Loboc
Phone: +63 920 846 1559 (cell)
Email: walterken@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.nutshuts.org/
A little north of Loboc town, you will find Nuts Huts, one of the more unconventional resorts in Bohol. Located on the river side, you can stay here in nicely furniced nipa huts in a relaxed atmosphere.

Pamilacan Island

Pamilacan island is a small island half-way between Alona beach and the municipality of Baclayon, of which it is a part. On the island is a small barangay with a church - its cross is said to have washed ashore - and an old triangular Spanish watchtower in a rather dilapidated state. Eighty percent of the island is surrounded by a nice white beach, the remainder of the coast line is rocky. On the island is just one small resort, run by a local Filipino, who has constructed a number of small nipa huts almost on the beach. It lacks all except the most basic facilities, but is very peaceful -- without cars, motorbikes or jeepneys, the only sound you'll hear is that of the local poultry, and some fishermen with load motor-bankas. Including all meals, staying here will cost you 300 pesos per person. The owner will cook fish caught by the local fishermen. If you arrive here un-announced, you may wish to bring some food for yourself, as there is no shop on the island. This place was recently re-named Pueblo de Pamilacan.

Pueblo de Pamilacan
Contact Person: William F. Soriano
Address: Pamilacan Island, Baclayon, Bohol
Phone: +63 2 714 3541
Phone: +63 927 796 7759
Email: william.soriano@goldenabc.com
To get there, you'll have to ask some of the inhabitants of Pamilacan to bring you there in a banka. They can be found on the pier of Baclayon, a 15 minute ride from Tagbilaran city.

Tagbilaran City

Tagbilaran City, the capital and main port of Bohol houses the main shops (including the department stores Bohol Quality and Plaza Marcela), banks with ATMs, money changers, and several attractions, such as the Bohol Museum and a few cinemas. However, unless you're here on business, during the fiesta or Sandugo festival, or arrive late or have to depart early in the next morning, there is little reason to stay here, as nicer places to stay can be found on Panglao. Still, the city has a good number of hotels and a few resorts.

Bohol Tropics Resort Club is one of the best known places on Bohol. Home to many official and semi-official functions, such as miss elections, it is the first place most Boholano's will point visitors too. Located a little to the west of Tagbilaran, directly at the coast, you can escape much of the hectic here. Graham Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3510, Fax: +63 38 411 3019

Casa Juana Lodging House: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3331

Coralandia Resort: Graham Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3445

Chriscent Ville Pension House: Gallares Street, Tel. +63 38 411 4029, Fax: +63 38 411 4028

Gie Garden Hotel: M.H. del Pilar Street, Tel. +63 38 411 3182

Hotel La Roca Graham Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3797, Fax. +63 38 411 3009

Island Leisure Inn: Ilaw International Center, Bool, Tel. +63 38 411 2482

LTS Lodge: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3310

Meridian Hotel: Martig-a Street, Tel. +63 38 411 3060, Fax: +63 38 235 5793

The Metro Centre Hotel is the islands business hotel. In the heart of Tagbilaran City, this hotel is one of the better places to stay if you want to stay right in the middle of the city. At walking distance from the Bohol Quality Mall, with it's many shops, food-plaza, restaurants, and cinemas.

Nisa Travelers Inn: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3731

Taver's Pension: Remolador Street, Tel. +63 38 411 4896, Fax: +63 38 411 4790

The East Coast Tourist Inn: Miguel Parras Street, Cellphone +63 916 416 1793

Villa Camilla: Maria Clara Street, Tel. +63 38 411 4966

Villa Alzhun Tourist Inn V.P. Inting Street, Tel. +63 38 411 3893, Fax: +63 38 411 4143

Wregent Plaza Hotel: Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Tel. +63 38 411 3144

Tubigon

Tubigon, a friendly little town on the west coast of Bohol, is about 45 minutes by V-hire, or 90 minutes by bus from Tagbilaran City. It is also the place where boats from Cebu arrive. A fast boat gets you to Cebu in 45 minutes from here, and a slow boat cost about 60 pesos, so both the fastest and cheapest way to Bohol lead you through Tubigon. From here, you can also catch a direct V-hire to Carmen, for the famous Chocolate Hills. If pass through this place, don't forget to visit the church, which has some wonderful murals.

Apart from staying with locals, the only place you can stay here for the night is Ligayas Pension House, which has rooms starting at PHP 500 / USD 9 per night (email: ligayas@tubigon.com).

The Inanuran Beach Resort, which used on an island nearby, closed in 2001.

Valencia

Villa Tarcela
Contact Person: Alicia Andersson
Address: Valencia, Bohol
Phone: +63 38 532 0182; +63 38 532 1352
Phone: +63 926 806 1657
Email: alicia@itpedagogen.com
Valencia, a nice town on the south-eastern coast of Bohol is about 40 kilometres from Tagbilaran. The Villa Tarcela Resort here makes it into an excellent base to explore the inland and eastern parts of the island. This resort is not far from Badiang springs, and from it you can reach the Chocolate hills through a winding road that goes through one of Bohol's lesser known attractions: the rice-terraces near Bilar town.
Villa Tarcela
Villa Tarcela

Rooms here start at PHP 1495. All full air-con. The site further has its own private swimming pool, and can assist with tours through the country side.

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