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"Home to the breathtaking Hundred Islands, Alaminos City is a five-hour car ride from Manila. There are 124 islands within the Hundred Islands National Park. However, some islands are not open to the public. The popular islands in the park are Quezon Island, Governor's Island, Marcos Island, and Children's Island. These islands were formed more than two million years ago and are filled with pristine beaches, caves, and diverse marine life. Going to the Hundred Islands is best enjoyed with groups of friends and family."

Popular Alaminos City Hotels

SWIMMING_POOL Northwood Hotel

Northwood Hotel

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Nautilus Island's View Lodge

Nautilus Island's View Lodge

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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COMMON_SPACE Gomeson Villas

Gomeson Villas

Guest Houses
Alaminos City, Pangasinan
Located in Alaminos, Gomeson Villas is within a 15-minute drive of Cuenco Cave and Don Leopoldo Sison Convention Center. This guesthouse is 7.2 mi (11.6 km) from Bolo Beach and 7.8 mi (12.5 km) from Governor Island.
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Razote Travel Lodge

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
When you stay at Razote Travel Lodge in Alaminos, you'll be 8 minutes by car from Cuenco Cave. This hotel is 3.2 mi (5.1 km) from Don Leopoldo Sison Convention Center and 7.4 mi (11.9 km) from Bolo Beach.
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BEDROOM Asia Novo Boutique Hotel - Alaminos

Asia Novo Boutique Hotel - Alaminos

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
(28 Reviews)
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Casa del Camba

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
(19 Reviews)
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Islandia Hotel

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
(22 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING U and Me Apartelle Inn

U and Me Apartelle Inn

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Ravara Natividad Pension House

Ravara Natividad Pension House

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Dona Josefa Beach Resort

Dona Josefa Beach Resort

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
(10 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Amihan Transient House

Amihan Transient House

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Alona's Vacation Home and Apartment

Alona's Vacation Home and Apartment

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Treasure Isle Guest House

Treasure Isle Guest House

Guest Houses
Alaminos City, Pangasinan
(26 Reviews)
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LOBBY Balay Turista Vacation (Transient) House

Balay Turista Vacation (Transient) House

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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BEDROOM Czarina Transient

Czarina Transient

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING RBR Hotel and Restaurant

RBR Hotel and Restaurant

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Traditional Filipino Transient House

Traditional Filipino Transient House

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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BEDROOM Marie's Sleep House - Transient House

Marie's Sleep House - Transient House

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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BEDROOM Theo's Transient House

Theo's Transient House

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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BEDROOM Kylah Transient House

Kylah Transient House

Alaminos City, Pangasinan
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Facts about Alaminos City

Total Accommodation
36 Properties
Popular Hotel
Northwood Hotel, Nautilus Island's View Lodge
Popular Landmark
Cuenco Cave, Bangrin Mangrove Farm

Guest reviews in Alaminos City

80 reviews from hotels in Alaminos City with aggregated rating of 8.4/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Alaminos City will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
11 Feb 2019
We love the place. It's super affordable and near Lucap Wharf. We'll go back here for sure 😊😊
Reden Tolentino
5 Apr 2018
needs total renovation and dirty
Ma arabella binarao
8 May 2018
It's more of an inn than a hotel. The manager was not friendly at all.hotel needs total renovation.the rooms were not at all pleasing to the eyes.though beds were made up i still saw crumbs...pros were the breakfast and staff.they serve the best of pangasinan and staff were helpful but not the manager.worst hotel i have checked in...
Maria Josephine Delima Rivera
21 May 2018
The food was absolutely delicious, the staff was very accommodating and friendly, the room was super nice and comfy! Definitely going back! ❤️
Michael Gallardo
29 Mar 2019
Pros Ate Wilma and her family were very accommodating. The transient house in the picture was double booked and so we were transferred to another transient house which is nearer the wharf. House is spacious. Cons ACs were not that cold. There was a bit of confusion with the boat rental because we thought the 2k boat rental already includes life vest. Turned out that there is extra P250 charge for the life vest and goggles.
Mary Anne Belyn Maza
3 Dec 2018
The room was simply amazing as we have great room location. Very accommodating si kuya. Kudos to him. He's one text away. 😊

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Most commonly asked questions in Alaminos City

What are the best areas to visit near Alaminos City?

If you are in Alaminos City, you can also visit Santa Maria

Where are the best cities to visit in Alaminos City?

The best cities to visit in Alaminos City are Bolinao, Dagupan, Lingayen, San Fabian, Mangaldan, Calasiao, Urdaneta City, Binalonan, Labrador, Urbiztondo

How many hotels are listed in Alaminos City?

Currently, there are around 36 hotels that you can book in Alaminos City


City of Alaminos

Known famously as the home of the Hundred Islands, The City of Alaminos offers a great opportunity for you to check something off your bucket list. Located in the southwestern section of the Lingayen Gulf, this seaside city is a great way to get your own dose of island hopping.

Home to the famed Hundred Islands National Park, Alaminos, Pangasinan, is one of the country’s most renowned vacation destinations. But don’t let its modest status as a fourth income class city fool you. Alaminos hotels and other rental options offer great service at the best value—helping you better enjoy your island hopping experience. This is one summer getaway you wouldn’t want to pass up on.


How to Go  

By land transportation

The easiest way to get to Tarlac City is by bus. Some of the bus lines that offer routes to Tarlac include Victory Liner and Five Star. These bus lines have stations near EDSA cor. Aurora Boulevard in Cubao, Quezon City. Bus routes headed to Bolinao will all pass by Alaminos. Fares from Metro Manila will cost around Php 400.  Expect an ETA of around 6 hours, depending on the traffic.


Getting Around

As a fourth-class city, jeep routes can tend to be limited. However, you can choose to avail of the local tricycles for short trips around the city.


Tourist Attractions

Hundred Islands National Park

is the city’s crown jewels, with 123 separate islands covering 1,844 hectares of sea. With the Don Gonzalo Montemayor wharf as your jumping off point, you can easily enjoy a boat trip to take you to your islands of choice.

Governor’s Island

To get a grasp of the adventure ahead, it’s best to start out with Governor’s Island, which has a high viewing deck to let you spot the many islands scattered across the blue sea. The caves and surrounding waters exhibit excellent biodiversity, with fruit bats, various turtles, dolphins, different fishes, and even giant clams scattered across the area.


Top Things to Do

If you’re in Alaminos, you’re probably here for only one thing: a tour of the renowned Hundred Islands. Aside from choosing one of the many beaches to sunbathe in, you can also snorkel through the shallow waters with the help of diving platforms built into the park. If you want to go cliff diving, Marcos Island features a 70-foot drop which can test anyone’s resolve.

Nalsoc Cave Rock Formation

You can also explore the various caves that exist in selected caves. The caves on Quirino Island possess dripstones and indigenous bats that are sometimes visible in broad daylight. Meanwhile, the Nalsoc Caves is filled with stalactites and other undisturbed rock formations.

If you choose to come in mid-March, you can even enjoy the Galila Hundred Islands festival. This event features singing contests, ballroom dancing, acoustic performances, and various other competitions.


Where to Eat

Alaminos Local Food

As a seaside city, you’ll encounter delicious seafood at reasonable prices and generous servings in Alaminos. If you’re coming from the Hundred Islands National Park, then the most accessible restaurant would be Maxine by the Sea.

If you’re craving for some barbecue and steak, then the Boat House Restaurant might be a better fit. They serve excellent barbecue chicken, and also offer great service. But if you prefer a more local flavor, then Eliana’s Resto Grill is also a good choice. They offer tasty grilled squid, pinakbet, and kilawing bangus—all at great value for money.



If you’re up for more adventures after sunset, Alaminos doesn’t disappoint. Among the city’s many bars and restaurants, Palamis Resto Grill is a great place to chill out for a fun night with friends. The place is big, well ventilated, and features live bands that play while you eat and drink. If you’re up for some Karaoke, you can check out Franz Bar. It has a very cozy atmosphere and affordable prices for a great time belting out your favorite power ballads.

Other amazing hangout spots in Alaminos include Tatok’s Bar and Resto, City Hotel & Corner Pub, as well as Kagawad’s Bar—which offers a very friendly provincial vibe.


Where to Stay

Whether you’re looking for small rental homes or furnished hotels in Alaminos, you won’t run out of solid choices.

is a great choice for your all-around accommodation needs. With a daily rate of around Php 1,000, it’s a relatively affordable starting point for your island hopping adventure. But if you want a more pampered stay, then the
Casa del Camba Hotel
could be a better choice, if slightly less price-conscious.

If you want to stay close to the sea, various transient homes are also available along Lucap Wharf at affordable rates. But if you’re feeling adventurous, you can even forego the usual accommodation services and camp out on the beach. But pitching a tent requires a fee of Php 200, and comes with certain rules and regulations.


Travel Tips

  • When it comes to coral reefs and rock formations, look but don’t touch. These natural wonders are easily destroyed by human contact and are near-irreplaceable when damaged.

  • Though the wharf offers rental services for snorkeling gear, you will want to bring your own gear for hygienic reasons. You may also prefer to bring your aqua shoes to protect your feet during your swim.

  • If you’re looking to camp at the beaches, beware that pitching tents during the day is prohibited. Tents can only be pitched from 5:00PM onwards, and must be folded by 6:00AM.




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