Butuan Hotels

Feb 23 2017 to Feb 24 2017 1 room(s)  2 adult(s)
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Robinsons Place Butuan, J.C. Aquino Avenue, Butuan City, Agusan Del Norte (Show Map)
Conveniently situated beside at J.C. Aquino Avenue, Go Hotels Butuan is a modern budget-friendly hotel that offers accessibility and convenience to its patrons. An excellent choice for business and leisure travelers, Go Hotels Butuan offers comfortab... (Show More)
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PHP 1,288.40
San Jose Street, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte (Show Map)
Almont City Hotel is found on San Jose Street, Butuan City. It's a hotel that offers convenience, comfort, and value at the same time for all types of travelers. Being located at the heart of the city's commercial center, it makes it easier to guests... (Show More)
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This property is sold out for your dates: 23 Feb 2017 - 24 Feb 2017
J.C. Aquino Avenue, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte (Show Map)
Almont Inland Resort is located along J.C. Aquino Avenue in the heart of Butuan City. An excellent choice for all types of business and leisure travelers seeking comfortable accommodation where they can unwind and take a breather from their busy urba... (Show More)
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This property is sold out for your dates: 23 Feb 2017 - 24 Feb 2017

A trip to Butuan allows you to explore one of the fastest growing cities in the Philippines and discover its rich and intriguing history that continues to amaze historians.

Butuan's past is not like any other city in the Philippines—it used to be an ancient kingdom, thriving on its economic relationships with civilizations from China, Japan, Indonesia, India and Thailand. It was a major trading hub during the 11th century, and one of the oldest settlements in the country. For many years, archeologists have unearthed numerous stunning discoveries in Butuan such as the Golden Tara—a 21-karat figurine of a Hindu female deity, and several "balangay" boats or old shipping vessels used by the ancient Filipinos for travel and trade. These artifacts are preserved in the Butuan National Museum and the Balangay Shrine respectively.

Butuan is also one of the first places visited by the Spaniards during the Colonial Period. In fact, some historians claim that the first Easter Sunday mass in the Philippines was held in Butuan on March 31, 1521 by Friar Pedro Valderrama, together with Ferdinand Magellan. The site of the said historic event is now known as the Bood Promontory Eco-park, which overlooks the calm Masao River.

While Butuan attracts history buffs, sightseers can enjoy the city as well by taking a sunset cruise of the Agusan River, the widest navigable river in Mindanao. For thrill-seekers, the Delta Discovery Park features a 1.3 kilometer zipline for a magnificent panoramic view of the city's lush green mountains and forests.