08 May 2020 - 14 min read
book at accommodations that are near sights and attractions like the beach, parks, and tourist spots, while others prefer to stay at locations that are quieter and off-the-beaten-path. For some though, the best places to stay at are those near and accessible to and from the airport, so they can immediately jump into their vacation almost as soon as they land in their destination. This also means they won’t need to worry about missing their return flight since the trip to the airport will be relatively shorter. If you’re one of those people, you’re in luck, as we’ve listed 51 best hotels that are accessible via Philippine airports that you can book for your next trip.
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport is considered the main international gateway to the Philippines, not only because it services the country’s capital region, but also because its four terminals service tens of millions of travelers every year, making it the busiest airport in the country.
Clark International Airport has become the go-to airport for travelers who want to escape the usually busy and packed NAIA. Located in Pampanga, CRK serves over a dozen airlines that fly to 19 local destinations and 12 international ones.
Named after a former mayor who donated the land it stands on, this airport serves the general area of Coron. It is also known as Busuanga Airport and is classified as a minor domestic airport.
Since opening a new terminal in 2017, Puerto Princesa International Airport in Palawan has been accommodating bigger aircrafts, allowing the airport to accommodate around 20 daily flights.
Classified as a major commercial domestic airport, Tuguegarao Airport serves the province of Cagayan and nearby places. It has one terminal that mostly services flights to and from MNL.
This domestic airport in Albay features basic amenities and services, including a single runway that usually sees less than 10 daily flights which mostly goes to and comes from MNL. The Bicol International Airport in Daraga is set to replace this airport as soon as it is opened.
Laoag International Airport is the northernmost international airport in the country. It mainly services the province of Ilocos Norte. Before it was converted into a civilian airport, its single runway was formerly used for military operations.
The self-proclaimed World’s Friendliest Resort Airport is located in Cebu’s Mactan Island and mainly serves the province and the rest of the Central Visayas region. Its recently opened terminal has won architecture and design awards.
Flights arriving to and departing from Kalibo International Airport mostly service tourists who spend their vacations in nearby Boracay, as well as passengers seeking passage to and from other areas of Aklan. It is one of the fastest-growing airports in the country.
After opening in 2018, Bohol-Panglao International Airport replaced the Tagbilaran Airport. The airport reportedly has environmentally friendly facilities that can help lessen its carbon dioxide emissions.
Located in Cabatuan, Iloilo International Airport is one of the largest airports in the Philippines and services up to two million passengers a year. It opened in 2007, after 10 years of planning and development.
Classified as a major domestic airport, the Dumaguete-Sibulan Airport is located around three kilometers from the center of Dumaguete, the city which it mainly services.
Servicing the whole of Negros Island, Bacolod-Silay International Airport is equipped to service over a million passengers annually. Although there are facilities available to service international flights, it mostly caters to domestic routes.
Also known as Davao International Airport, this airport is considered the busiest airport in Mindanao and the third busiest in the Philippines—after MNL and CEB—serving up to four million passengers every year.
Also known as Bancasi Airport, BXU is classified as a Principal Domestic Airport Class 1. It is the only airport in Agusan del Norte. Most of its flights fly to and from MNL or CEB.
Located in Cagayan de Oro, Laguindingan Airport services Northern Mindanao, including the provinces of Misamis Oriental and Bukidnon. It sees around one to two million passengers a year and mostly has flights to and from MNL, CEB, and ILO.
The third busiest airport in Mindanao after DVO and CGY, Zamboanga International Airport is located in Zamboanga City. The airport was originally an American airfield but was converted into a civilian commercial airport.