Back in 2015, almost half a million foreign and local tourists visited Bohol, and it’s not hard to see why they would. Bohol is full of natural and manmade attractions, like the Chocolate Hills and the beautiful churches that dot the province.
If you’re planning to go to Bohol for Holy Week 2017, it’s best to find a hotel that suits your needs. No need to stress because we’ve got your back! Here are our recommendations for where to stay in Bohol this Holy Week.
This five-star boutique hotel can be found on top of a hilltop in Baclayon. The Peacock Garden has 33 guest rooms furnished with custom crafted furniture, and offers views to gardens, the sea, or the infinity pool.
Why here? If you’re looking for a quiet place to contemplate, The Peacock Garden is a great place to stay. You’ve got a peaceful view overlooking the Bohol Sea, and the hotel’s secluded location gives off a relaxing ambiance. The hotel is also three kilometers away from the beautiful Baclayon Church, which would be perfect to visit.
Room rates. If you book a room before April 9, you may get rates starting at P7560, inclusive of breakfast. This is because of the 30% discount promo they have ongoing. However, rates may change depending on availability. Click here to book a room.
This four-star hotel only opened five years ago, and is a three-story structure built along Danao Beach. It is also a short walk away from Alona Beach.
Why here? If you’re looking to get some diving done during the Holy Week, then Bohol South Beach Hotel is your hotel. It’s located 20 minutes from the Balicasag Island dive site, and 10 minutes from the Virgin Island dive site. It’s also just a 30-minute car ride from Baclayon Church, if you want to attend mass, as well.
Room rates. Room rates start at P4233 inclusive of breakfast. However, prices may change depending on availability. Click here to book a room.
Gaea’s Apartments is an apartment complex in Panglao that’s a short drive away from Alona Beach.
Why here? If you’re travelling on a budget, Gaea’s Apartments is your choice. You can get a room for less than P1000, which is a steal considering its proximity to multiple beaches. Dumaluan Beach and Libaong White Beach are just 15-minutes away. Alona Beach is a 10-minute drive from the apartments. Plus, rooms come with a functioning kitchen, so all you need are ingredients to make a home-cooked meal.
Room rates. Room rates start at P880. However, prices may change depending on availability. Click here to book a room.
The three-star Sweet Home Boutique Hotel bills itself as the first and only boutique hotel in Bohol. It’s right in the capital city of Tagbilaran, and is two kilometers away from the airport.
Why here? If you want your Holy Week away from Manila but not away from city comforts, choose this hotel. It’s also less than 20 minutes away from the Baclayon Church, and less than 30 minutes away from Panglao. You have the best of both worlds during your Holy Week retreat.
Room rates. Room rates at Sweet Home Boutique Hotel start at P4200 inclusive of breakfast. However, prices may change depending on availability. Click here to book a room.
Kew Hotel Tagbilaran is a three-star hotel that has 59 rooms, ranging from Standard Rooms to Suite Rooms. It’s also got a bar and lounge named Sky7.
Why here? It’s city location is perfect if you don’t want to stray too far away from creature comforts. It’s just a 10 minute walk away from Tagbilaran’s Island City Mall, so you can head there for some shopping. If you’re looking to go to the beach, the drive to Panglao Island is going to take you less than 30 minutes.
Room rates. Room rates at the Kew Hotel Tagbilaran start at P3500 inclusive of breakfast. However, rates may change depending on availability. Click here to book a room.
Hopefully, these hotel recommendations help you sort out your Holy Week plans in Bohol.
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