Hotels in Bohol

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Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Bohol:$73/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$7/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Thursday
$41 - $148
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$37 - $67
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North Zen Villas
North Zen Villas
9.2 Excellent
Brgy. Doljo Panglao Island, Panglao, Philippines
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2.4 mi from city centre, Panglao, BOH, Philippines 

North Zen Villas is located in Panglao and offers complimentary wireless internet. It also provides a swimming pool.

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7 Meadows Inn
7 Meadows Inn
8.9 Excellent
0299 J.A. Clarin Street, Tagbilaran, Philippines
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1.0 mi from city centre,  

7meadows Inn is a comfortable base while in Tagbilaran City and is close to everything the area has to offer. It also offers a 24-hour reception, a lift and free Wi-Fi.

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Where to stay in Bohol

About Bohol

Both an island and a province, Bohol is one of the most picturesque slices of tropical life in the Philippines. A short ferry ride from Cebu and you will find a surreal landscape of glistening white beaches, waterfalls and subterranean caves, backed by cocoa-brown limestone formations known as the Chocolate Hills.

Things to do

Teeming with jungles and coral reef, Bohol is a magnet for adventurous travellers. You can go diving at the tiny Panglao Island to see some of the world’s most unusual shells, including the Gloria Maris and the Golden Cowry. Those who prefer to explore on land can get a glimpse of the island’s cherished native insectivorous primates, the bug-eyed tarsiers, at the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary in Canapnapan.

Dozens of smaller islands dot the waters of Bohol, each with their own distinct attractions. Lamanok Island, about seven kilometres from Anda, is worth the small boat ride to see ancient cave paintings, reached by walking or paddling through remote caves. Visit Alona Beach on Panglao Island to find a lively string of beach cafes and bars, with live music and dancing.

The capital of Bohol, Tagbilaran is another dining hotspot with many traditional Filipino eateries and restobars. It’s also home to the Bohol National Museum, which displays anthropological artefacts found on the Anda Peninsula, including a 500-year-old Boholana.

Getting around

Within the populated towns of Bohol, you can catch a ride on a tricycle or habal-habal motorcycle, where it’s common to share the journey with other riders. Motorised vehicles are recommended for cruising the roads leading to the Chocolate Hills or out to the lakes of Pilar. Passenger vans and day-tour cars offer excursions all over Bohol, and private boats or ferries transport visitors to surrounding islands.

Bohol travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in Bohol?

    Panglao, Tagbilaran, and Anda are the most popular places on HotelsCombined for stays in Bohol.

  • What are the best hotels in Bohol?

    One of the most popular hotels in Bohol is Henann Resort Alona Beach, which has been reviewed by 1,809 users and currently has a rating of 8.9/10. Other top-rated locations include The Bellevue Resort and Be Grand Resort Bohol, which have received 8.8/10 and 8.4/10 ratings from our users, respectively.