Tagbilaran Hotels

Jul 12 2020 to Jul 13 2020 1 room(s)  2 adult(s)
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New Calceta St., Cogon, Tagbilaran (Show Map)
Free yourself from the frenzied urban jungle and escape to Bohol for a relaxing holiday in one of its hotels.

Located along New Calceta Street in Cogon, Reynas The Haven and Gardens stays true to its name. Its lush garden surroundings set is set in ...
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4.1
14 reviews
2.0
10 reviews
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Earn as much as 12 points.
PHP 1,200
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Graham Avenue, Tagbilaran (Show Map)
Explore the wonders of nature that Bohol offers just a few steps away from Bohol Tropics Resort.

Sitting on a scenic beach property, Bohol Tropics Resort is located at Graham Avenue in Tagbilaran, Bohol. The resort is very near from Tagbilaran Airpo...
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4 reviews
3.5
236 reviews
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Earn as much as 57 points.
PHP 2,748
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Carlos P. Garcia St., Tagbilaran (Show Map)
Whether you are on a business trip or on vacation in Bohol, The MetroCentre Hotel and Convention Center is there to provide you with deluxe rooms and provisions for an unforgettable experience.

Located in Bohol's provincial capital, Tagbilaran City,...
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3.9
6 reviews
3.5
169 reviews
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Earn as much as 86 points.
PHP 1,934
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57 Graham Avenue, Tagbilaran City (Show Map)
If you are looking for a comfortable but economical and convenient accommodation for your next travel to Tagbilaran, look no further because Kode Inn is the place you are looking for.

Kode Inn is at a convenient location along Graham Avenue, which i...
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2.5
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4.0
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Earn as much as 15 points.
PHP 1,500
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24-2 New Calceta, Tagbilaran (Show Map)
That dream Bohol escapade you've been dreaming of will now be possible with an affordable accommodation such as Imperial Ridge Pension House.

Situated in 24-2 New Calceta in Bohol's capital city of Tagbilaran, Imperial Ridge Pension House enjoys a c...
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Earn as much as 16 points.
PHP 1,466
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Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, , Tagbilaran City (Show Map)
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Earn as much as 26 points.
PHP 2,624
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0088 J.A. Graham Avenue , Tagbilaran City (Show Map)

Property Location
With a stay at Harbour Gardens Tourist Inn in Tagbilaran (Cogon), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Panglao Beach and Cathedral of San Jose. This hotel is 12.1 mi (19.5 km) from Alona Beach and 9.1 mi (14.6 km) ...

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Earn as much as 15 points.
PHP 1,550
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calceta street, Tagbilaran City (Show Map)
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Earn as much as 6 points.
PHP 650
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14 C.P.G. Ave., Tagbilaran (Show Map)
Nisa Travellers Hotel is situated in #14 2F Sarmiento Bldg CPG Avenue in Tagbilaran City, Bohol. It is a 10 minutes drive from the Tagbilaran Airport and 5 minutes from Seaport. Travelers will appreciate the hotel's convenient location since most pla... (Show More)
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Earn as much as 24 points.
PHP 900
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26 corner M. Parras and Visarra St., Poblacion II, Tagbilaran (Show Map)

Property Location
With a stay at Buen-Bella Pension House in Tagbilaran, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Panglao Beach and Cathedral of San Jose. This hotel is 11.6 mi (18.7 km) from Alona Beach and 9.6 mi (15.5 km) from Dumalu...

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Earn as much as 11 points.
PHP 1,119
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0409 Bantol Street, Mansasa-Dampas Road, Tagbilaran City, Tagbilaran City (Show Map)
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Earn as much as 14 points.
PHP 1,464
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Jacinto Borja St., Tagbilaran City (Show Map)

Property Location
With a stay at GV Hotel Tagbilaran in Tagbilaran, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Panglao Beach and Cathedral of San Jose. This hotel is 11.7 mi (18.8 km) from Alona Beach and 9.6 mi (15.5 km) from Dumaluan Be...

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Earn as much as 10 points.
PHP 921
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Venancio P. Inting Avenue, Mansasa Seaside, Crabhouse Seaside Square, Tagbilaran City (Show Map)
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Earn as much as 20 points.
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PHP 1,650
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Nestled by the sea, Tagbilaran is the capital city of Bohol, and the center for business, governance, transportation, and education. Over the years, Tagbilaran has experienced rapid growth—it has been awarded for its progress and competitiveness. The airport and the main port of the province are both located in the city, making it the gateway for those who want to see Bohol's main attractions like the Chocolate Hills and the tarsiers.

Tagbilaran was the site of one of the most important events in Philippine History. The blood compact or sandugo took place in March 16, 1565 between Spanish explorer Miguel Lopez de Legazpi and Bohol chieftain Datu Sikatuna. It is considered the first official friendship treaty between Filipinos and the Spaniards. This was memorialized in the Blood Compact Shrine, which features life-sized bronze statues that depict the said event. It was sculpted by National Artist for Sculpture Napoleon Abueva, who also hails from Tagbilaran.

But the commemoration of the blood compact doesn't end there as Tagbilaran also celebrates the Sandugo Festival every month of July. The locals don colorful costumes and participate in street dances and parades. Beauty pageants and dance competitions are some of the usual events held during the festival. This grand celebration lasts for the whole month and has constantly attracted both local and international tourists.

The Bohol National Museum is another interesting place to visit in Tagbilaran. This small museum has some of the interesting archeological discoveries, ancient artworks, and artifacts that show the colorful history of Tagbilaran and of the entire Bohol Province as well.



By Air
From Metro Manila, it's around an hour's flight to Tagbilaran. Commercial airlines like Cebu Pacific Air, AirAsia, and Philippine Airlines serve frequent flights from Manila Domestic Airport to Bohol's Tagbilaran Airport.


By Sea
It's also possible to travel to Bohol by sea. While 2GO Travel does not offer direct ferry trips to Tagbilaran Sea Port from Manila, you can opt to ride a ferry to Cebu. Once you arrive in Cebu International Port after your 22-hour cruise, ride a Supercat ferry to Tagbilaran Sea Port. The trip only takes two hours.


How to Get Around
By Jeep
Jeepneys are the preferred mode of transportation for short distances. Aside from being the most popular public transport throughout the Philippines, the jeepney also offers the cheapest fare, making it an ideal means of getting around for travelers on a budget.

By Multicab
Aside from jeepneys, multicabs also ply the roads of Tagbilaran. Multicabs are a bit smaller and shorter so it can accommodate fewer people.

By Bus
For longer distances, you can take Bohol's mini buses. These vehicles take you from one city or municipality to the next.
 
By Taxi
Taxis are also available in Tagbilaran, particularly at the airport. It is the most expensive among all other public modes of transportation.
 
By Tricycle
Taking the tricycle is another cheap means of getting around. It can accommodate up to three passengers. Tricycles can also be hired for a tour of the countryside.
 
By Van
For those who are traveling with a big group, renting a van comes highly recommended.
 
By Habal-habal
If you want to explore Tagbilaran at your own pace, you can rent your own habal-habal or motorcycle.


What to See
Whether you have a penchant for historical attractions or food hubs, you are sure to be captivated by Tagbilaran's satisfying mix of the old and the new.
 
Landmarks
The Blood Compact Shrine is one of Tagbilaran's most prominent landmarks and is one of the stops for the Bohol Countryside Tour. The bronze monument, which is a masterpiece of National Artist Napoleon Abueva, depicts the historical blood compact or sanduguan between Bohol's chieftain Datu Sikatuna and Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legazpi which took place on March 15, 1565.
 
St. Joseph the Worker Cathedral, also known as Tagbilaran Cathedral, is a sight to behold. It was constructed during the Spanish colonial period. Tourists often visit this place to offer a quick prayer and light a candle.
 
Man-Made Attractions
History buffs will appreciate a visit to National Museum's branch in Tagbilaran. This establishment houses important artifacts—some even going as far back as the Prehistoric Era—that give you a glimpse of Bohol's past. There are also some historical memorabilia and works of art that date back to the Spanish period.
 
To complement your historical experience, go on a sightseeing tour of Tagbilaran's Hispanic houses. Caseñas House and Casa Rocha-Suarez are just two of the picturesque antique houses that you can include in your heritage walk.
 
Events and Festivals
July is one of Tagbilaran's busiest months because of the celebration of the Sandugo Festival in the whole province of Bohol. This feast is held every year to commemorate the historic blood compact between Datu Sikatuna and Miguel Lopez De Legazpi. Much like other Philippine feasts, the Sandugo Festival kicks off with a holy mass. After that, the locals don colorful costumes as they compete in street dancing competitions. Grandiose floats are the highlight of the parade as well as band performances, trade expos, and beauty pageants.
 
 

Where to Eat
Fast Food Chains
For fans of fast food, there are branches of your favorite dining establishments in Tagbilaran. Jollibee and McDonald’s has several branches around. For chicken lovers, there’s KFC and, of course, Mang Inasal. For some delicious pizza and pasta dishes, you can go to Greenwich or Pizza Hut, while affordable Chinese dishes are available in Chowking.
 
Restaurants
The dining scene in Tagbilaran is known for its variety. Whatever cuisine or dish you crave for, there's bound to be a restaurant in this city that offers it.
 
Gerarda's is a popular Filipino restaurant. This quaint restaurant specializes in delectable local dishes with a modern twist. Payag Restaurant has the same homey feel, and serves Filipino comfort food. For those who have huge appetites, the seafood buffet at Prawn Farm Restaurant will surely satisfy you throughout the day.
 
If you're craving for some Asian dishes, Shang Palace offers savory Chinese food. Meanwhile, Hola serves Mexican dishes with a local twist. And if you crave for gourmet international dishes, Aioli Cafe and Restaurant is worth checking out.
 
Carinderia
Acacia de Bubu is a budget traveler's best friend when it comes to dining. This barbecue place has a wide array of meat for grilling. You can enjoy pork barbecue, longganisa skewers, and even isaw.
 
Bars and Clubs
Martin's Music Restobar is a popular nightlife spot in Tagbilaran. People go there to have a few drinks and to listen to live music.
 
 

Where to Shop
Malls
Bohol Quality Mall and Island City Mall both offer a wide variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment options.
 
Souvenir Shops and Pasalubong Areas
There are many souvenir shops in Tagbilaran, selling everything from keychains, fridge magnets, T-shirts, and even tarsier merchandise like stuffed toys. Islands Souvenirs, a popular souvenir shop which has branches in some of the country's famous destinations, also has a branch in Tagbilaran.
 
What to Buy
Peanut Kisses is a staple pasalubong from Bohol. These peanut cookies are available in most pasalubong stores and stalls.
 
ATMs and Money Changers
There are banks and ATMs in Tagbilaran should you need to withdraw cash for your expenses. You'll also find money changers and remittance shops around. Some shops and restaurants also accept credit card payments.


Fare: PHP 2,000.00 (By ferry); PHP 2,500.00 to PHP 6,000.00 (By plane)
The ferry ride from Manila to Cebu costs about PHP 1,500.00, while Cebu to Tagbilaran costs PHP 500.00.
 
Food: PHP 50.00 to PHP 300.00
At a minimum of PHP 50.00, you can already enjoy a full meal at a carinderia. But if you prefer eating in a restaurant, meals usually cost around PHP 150.00 to PHP 300.00.
 
Shopping: PHP 50.00 ++
For pasalubong, a 200-gram pack of Peanut Kisses costs a little over PHP 50.00. Meanwhile, a souvenir shirt can cost anywhere from PHP 100.00 to PHP 300.00 depending on the design.
 
Accommodation: PHP 500.00 to PHP 1,500.00
Tagbilaran offers a wide selection of accommodations to suit any budget. For backpackers, there are inns and hostels that feature an overnight stay at an air conditioned room for only less than PHP 500.00. Meanwhile, an overnight stay for two in a mid-range to high-class hotel ranges from PHP 1,000.00 to PHP 1,500.00.
 
Other Fees and Taxes: PHP 100.00
A PHP 100.00 terminal fee is charged upon exit from Tagbilaran Airport.