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Hotels in Philippines

Hotels in Philippines

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This country has so much to offer with a hotel to suit every budget

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Fun Facts

As well as being a renowned boxer, Manny Pacquiao has been elected a senator in his home country.

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Filipino.

Currency

Philippine Peso

Local Time

8 hours ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

December and January are the most popular months to visit the Philippines, when the tropical temperatures dip to a comfortable level. Expect most of the rain between May and October, which provides a dramatic backdrop to this exotic setting. November to April is hotter and drier, which would suit you perfectly if you love the tropical heat.
There are some great family hotels in El Nido, Palawan. Hire a boat and hop from one beautiful island to the next, taking in the fantastic beaches and stunning scenery. For a great family bite to eat, stop by the Altrove Pizza restaurant with its pillowed floor seating for extra comfort.If you’re looking for nightlife, find a hotel in Boracay. There are 12 beaches on the island, all featuring fine, white sands and crystal-clear waters. You won’t be short of happy hour cocktails and beach bars playing dance music into the early hours. The island is great for water sports as well, with everything from snorkelling to jet-skiing on offer.Couples should look for a hotel in Banaue. This World Heritage sight on the island of North Luzon features lush green rice terraces and verdant pine trees. There are plenty of walking and hiking opportunities, where you can spot the different tribal groups still living in the mountains.Surfers and water lovers in general will want to stay in a hotel in Siargao. There are places for everyone to surf, from beginner to advanced level, on some of the best waves in the Philippines. Also make sure to visit the stunning Sugba Lagoon, where you can jump off the diving board into the incredible turquoise waters.For unique natural beauty, find a hotel in Bohol. Here you’ll find the amazing Chocolate Hills, over 1,000 cone-shaped mounds, some as high as 50 metres. Also on this island you can visit the smallest monkeys in the world at the Philippines Tarsier Foundation.

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