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Where can you stay in the Philippines? Use this article to find your accommodation in the Philippines that best suits your needs and preference from budget-friendly, comfort or mid-range to luxury.
Hotels and resorts in tourist destinations around the Philippines are not hard to find. You’ll have a variety of accommodation options from 1- to 5-star hotels and resorts with prices ranging from Php 2000 up to Php 50,000 per night. These range from luxurious or modern to rustic or bamboo hut-like accommodations. You’ll usually find hotels in landlocked destinations while beach resorts are usually found in islands or coastal towns.
Budget-friendly options are also scattered around the tourist destinations in the Philippines. Hostels with dormitory-type of rooms start at around Php600 per night while hostel private rooms start at around Php1500 per night.
Homestays are usually found in small-town destinations wherein locals offer a room in their house for travelers.
Take note that budget-friendly accommodations like these are not guaranteed to always have hot shower or Wi-Fi.
Many local Filipinos list their apartments or condominiums in online sites like Airbnb. These are highly common in city destinations like Metro Manila.
Go back to basics when you camp in the outdoors when traveling around the Philippines. Campsites are common in hiking or trekking destinations in the country. Some islands or beaches without hotels or resorts also have camping grounds.
Campsites are usually found in destinations outside cities or towns like mountains, forests, or isolated islands. Almost all campsites don’t have electricity available but there are basic public restrooms or bathrooms.
Whichever type of accommodation you prefer, we highly recommend that you book as early as possible, especially when traveling to top destinations like Palawan, Boracay, and Cebu, and during the peak seasons like summer and holidays or local festivals.