Jan 31, 2020 - Feb 1, 2020

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Where to stay in Iloilo

Iloilo City is the provincial capital of the Philippines province of Iloilo, located in the center of the Philippine archipelago, and is one of the nation's major urban centers. Thanks to its location, it is also known as the "heart of the Philippines."

Although Iloilo is a modern and growing destination, it retains much of its old charm which sits comfortably alongside the international-standard airport and the modern hotels. The city also has a number of malls and a nearby golf course, while Iloilo remains a popular stopping off point for tourists heading for the crystal blue water and white sandy beaches of Palawan and Boracay.

Getting around Iloilo is straightforward with the city offering jeepneys, taxis, buses and tricycles while the public transport choices offer a unique insight into the lives of the locals who are generally friendly and accepting. Car rental in Iloilo is also an option if discovering the surroundings at your own pace is an important part of your visit. If you're thinking of exploring more of the country, find some inspiration with our guide to the top 10 things to do in the Philippines.

Hotels in Iloilo

1. Sarabia Manor Hotel and Convention Center

The Sarabia Manor Hotel and Convention Center is a four-star hotel within the vicinity of Oton Town Plaza close to both Jaro Cathedral and Iloilo Museum. Among its excellent facilities are a well-equipped spa offering body treatments and facials, two indoor swimming pools, a steam room and a fitness center. The hotel also boasts five dining establishments and a café, while guests are introduced to each other at the venue's regular complimentary receptions.

2. Days Hotel Iloilo

The Days Hotel Iloilo is a less expensive option in the heart of Iloilo City around 30 minutes from the Iloilo International Airport. Room rates include breakfast for two, while guests can also access complimentary Wi-Fi, use of the gym and sauna.

3. City Corporate Inn

If a budget option is required, the City Corporate Inn is a perfect starting point from which to explore Iloilo. As well as complimentary Wi-Fi in all the rooms, each guest room is well appointed and equipped with handy amenities, while the hotel also features recreational facilities including massage services.

This information is correct as of January 2018

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Julie Aranzado
Julie AranzadoIloilo City, Philippines

The places are so beautiful the beaches and the food are well as the people are so friendly lets explore the beautiful city of iloilo !!

iloveiloiloIloilo City, Philippines

I LOVE ILOILO, not just because its my home. We have a combination of the old and the new, from centuries-old churches, American-era architecture to the booming infrastructure development now. On top of it all is our heritage of food.

Dianne Dumada-ug
Dianne Dumada-ugIloilo City, Philippines

Iloilo is filled with great foods such as batchoy, pancit molo (my favorite!), barquillos, piyaya, etc. It also has a lot of foreign restaurants that you need to try. :3 The city is thriving and the people are nice. Fluent English speakers are everywhere and you can find cheap souvenir shops. Iloilo Central Market is famous for its affordable souvenirs and other hand crafted products. You can take a walk while enjoying the cool breeze in Iloilo Esplanade. And if you want a night life, go and have lots of fun at the Small Ville where you get to party 24/7! Iloilo has Dinagyang festival every January and Paraw Regatta for February. You can also try visiting all the amazing churches all over Iloilo especially the Guimbal church. It has lovely architectural design and is very old. :) ~native Ilongga

Carla Nazario
Carla NazarioDavao City, Philippines

Never expected that Iloilo is nice. Too many places to go to! And the Old Houses! But there are turn offs with this City. Really disappoints me.


The least expensive month is July, with an average of AED 116 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Iloilo is January, with an average price of AED 169 per night.
The average price of a hotel in January last year was AED 140 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Iloilo, the expected average temperature in January is 26.7°C/80.0°F. The warmest month is typically April, which averages 33.9°C/93.0°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 22.8°C/73.0°F.
The nearest airport to Iloilo is Iloilo International (ILO) (2.12km). Other nearby airports include: Bacolod-Silay (40.98km) Evelio Javier (68.87km)

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