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"Bacoor is a historic city with well-preserved churches and buildings. The Bacoor Cathedral is most known for its bamboo organ. Meanwhile, the Zapote Bridge is famous for the Battle of Zapote Bridge in 1897 during the Philippine Revolution. There are also several eco-parks worth visiting, such as Bacoor Ecopark and St. Ezekiel Ecopark."

Popular Bacoor City Hotels

SWIMMING_POOL Cool Martin Resort and Hotel

Cool Martin Resort and Hotel

Bacoor City, Cavite
(20 Reviews)
The place was really nice. the room was spacious. the staff was friendly and the owners were super nice. definitely number 1 on our list if we need a quick get away.
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ภาพหลัก One Serenata Hotel Bacoor

One Serenata Hotel Bacoor

Bacoor City, Cavite
Located in Bacoor City, One Serenata Hotel Bacoor is within a 15-minute drive of SM Mall of Asia and Manila Bay. This hotel is 10.4 mi (16.8 km) from Newport World Resorts and 11.3 mi (18.2 km) from Fort Bonifacio.
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ภาพหลัก Fynn Boutique Hotel

Fynn Boutique Hotel

Bacoor City, Cavite
With a stay at Fynn Boutique Hotel in Bacoor City, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of SM Mall of Asia and Manila Bay. This spa hotel is 8.8 mi (14.1 km) from Newport World Resorts and 9.7 mi (15.6 km) from Fort Bonifacio.
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Hotel Sogo Molino

Talaba, Bacoor City
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Hotel Sogo Bacoor

Talaba, Bacoor City
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ภาพหลัก 5399 Molino Blvd

5399 Molino Blvd

Bacoor City, Cavite
With a stay at 5399 Molino Blvd in Bacoor City, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of SM Mall of Asia and Manila Bay. This hotel is 8.2 mi (13.1 km) from Newport World Resorts and 9.1 mi (14.6 km) from Fort Bonifacio.
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SWIMMING_POOL Torreno Resort and Pavilion

Torreno Resort and Pavilion

Bacoor City, Cavite
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null D-Zone Backpackers Inn

D-Zone Backpackers Inn

Bacoor City, Cavite
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LOBBY Blue Señorita Private Resort Cavite

Blue Señorita Private Resort Cavite

Bacoor City, Cavite
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9 Properties
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Cool Martin Resort and Hotel, One Serenata Hotel Bacoor
Popular Landmark
Talaba II Barangay Hall, Mai Pavilion

Guest reviews in Bacoor City

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Review from various users that have stayed in Bacoor City will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Muhammad A.
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18 Jul 2022
It ' s Adult hotel. If you know what I means. Service is fast though.
Jhelo M.
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9 May 2018
The pool is small. The jacuzzi is not available, sad. I wanted to swim by 9am however the pool is still being cleaned and I need to wait for 25 mins. Suggestion, kindly clean it earlier to accommodate guests who want to swim early. Room is ok, big enough. I came at 12:30pm and they allowed my early check in. The owner and the rest of the staff are all friendly and accomodating. The resort is also near SM Bacoor.

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Most commonly asked questions in Bacoor City

What are the best areas to visit near Bacoor City?

If you are in Bacoor City, you can also visit Talaba

Where are the best cities to visit in Bacoor City?

The best cities to visit in Bacoor City are Tagaytay, Indang, Tanza, Silang, General Trias, Cavite City, Rosario, Naic, Carmona, Maragondon

How many hotels are listed in Bacoor City?

Currently, there are around 9 hotels that you can book in Bacoor City


Just south of

, most tourists tend to just pass by Bacoor in favor of visiting other destinations Cavite or in the National Capital Region. But this commercial and cultural hub shouldn’t be dismissed so easily. With its heritage sites, luxurious resorts, big shopping malls, and amazing restaurants, Bacoor is a city just waiting to be explored.

Bacoor City Hall

The history of this city dates back to the year 1671 when Spanish troops arrived in a town we know today as Bacoor. The soldiers saw some locals constructing a bamboo fence around a house. The Spaniards approached the workers and asked what the name of the village was, but due to the language barrier, the locals thought that the Spaniards were asking what they were building. The confused men answered with “bakood”, the Filipino term for “fence”. The Spaniards mispronounced it as “bacoor” and has since become the name of the town-turned-city.

Due to its location, Bacoor is a popular jump-off point for those touring Cavite or the CALABARZON region. But this doesn’t mean that this city isn’t worth visiting. In fact, Bacoor is one of the most progressive cities in the Cavite province and has a lot to offer. Indeed, this city is an ideal vacation destination for a weekend getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.


How to Go

By land

Coming from Manila, travelers can first ride a jeepney going to Baclaran. From there, visitors can take buses, vans, or jeepneys that pass through Manila-Cavite Expressway to reach Bacoor. Meanwhile, those coming from EDSA can hail buses heading for Dasmariñas City. These buses also pass through Bacoor.


Getting Around

Getting to different points of interest is easy, as many jeepneys, taxis, and tricycles are available. Far destinations are best reached by jeepney, while shorter distances can be traveled by tricycle or the eco-friendly e-trike.


Tourist Attractions

Because of its close proximity to the capital as well as its various establishments that cater to different interests, Bacoor City is easily accessible from Metro Manila. This allows the city to take advantage of the province’s rich connection with history. Indeed, Bacoor has important landmarks from the time of the Philippine revolution.

Cuenca Ancestral House

Just one of Bacoor’s many historical attractions is the Cuenca Ancestral House. Better known as the Bahay na Tisa, it was considered as the seat of the revolutionary government in the late 1980s. Here, the First President of the Philippines, General Emilio Aguinaldo, drafted the Philippine Constitution with his chief advisor and fellow revolutionary leader Apolinario Mabini. Another historic site is the Zapote Bridge, where the famous Battle of Zapote Bridge occurred during the Philippine Revolution.

Meanwhile, plenty of churches also dot the city. Most prominent of these is the Saint Michael Archangel Parish Church in Evangelista St., Poblacion. Established in 1752, this is the church where Fr. Mariano Gomez served for 48 years. He would later become one of the three GOMBURZA martyrs executed in 1872 on charges of subversion—an event seen by some historians as an early impetus for the revolution itself.


Top Things to Do

For locals and vacationers alike, Bacoor has a good balance of outdoor and indoor recreational centers that offer many fun activities. One such place is Flow House Manila in Molino. Here, travelers can try flowboarding, a unique water sport that combines elements of surfing, skateboarding. The facility also sells healthy food and beverages for guests who just want to enjoy a relaxing stay.

Those who seek something more laid-back can visit the Bacoor Family Eco-Park at Barangay Molino 5. This park features numerous stalls that sell merchandise, a playground for kids, and even a lagoon where families can enjoy fishing or boat riding.

SM City Bacoor

And of course, shopping is a must when in Bacoor. Buy clothes, fresh seafood, and goodies like adobong tahong in a bottle and tahong chips at various malls and markets in the city such as SM City Bacoor, SM City Molino, the Bacoor Public Market, and the District.


Where to Eat

Fresh Seafood

There are many dining options in Bacoor that offer classic Filipino favorites and foreign dishes that are sure to please all visitors. One must-try restaurant is Kainan sa Balsa in Barangay Mabolo. Here, guests can enjoy sumptuous seafood meals in a floating balsa (raft). Those who have eaten here claim that the restaurant serves the most delicious tahong (mussels) and talabas (oysters) in the country.

Another establishment that will satisfy taste buds is Tirona’s Grill and Restaurant along Tirona Highway, where guests can dine while listening to live music performances. Their menu includes tasty, well-prepared Japanese and Filipino dishes at affordable prices.

After a filling meal, who can forget about having dessert? Sugar-lovers will find delight at Digman’s Halo-Halo at Gawaran Street. Their famed halo-halo, a popular Filipino dessert made of shaved ice and milk, mixed or topped with yam, sweet beans, jello, and fruits, is a best-seller. Other recommendations include their mais con yelo, siopao, and pancit palabok.



Nightlife in Bacoor isn’t as rowdy or loud as those in nearby cities, but what is available will cater to those looking for a nice place to hang out at night. These include the Cozy Place Restobar at Molino Boulevard and the Water Village Grill and Bar along the Aguinaldo Highway. These bars serve great drinks and are generally great places for a relaxing evening out.

Another great establishment is the Alkeans Cafe along Tirona Highway. Accommodating staff serves tangy cocktails and delicious food to guests. In addition, karaoke machines are available for those wishing to sing the night away.


Where to Stay

Bacoor plays host to a healthy variety of great hotels and resorts for all types of vacationers. Accommodation choices like

at Remedios Street provide top-notch facilities such as nice rooms, a spa, car rentals, hot tubs, and small shops.

For tourists planning a large group outing,

at Dagohoy Street, Molino is an ideal lodging option. This resort has clean air-conditioned rooms, cable television, a family room, private pools with jacuzzis, and a sports bar.    


Travel Tips

• Leave for Bacoor before daybreak. Most locals commute to Makati or Manila for work, heavy traffic during peak hours. Alternatively, you can also avoid traffic by heading to the city in the early afternoon or late morning.

• Visit Bacoor during September. This is usually when the city’s Bakood Festival is usually held. Celebrated in honor of St. Michael the Archangel, the patron saint of Bacoor, this festival hosts various competitions and fun-filled events.

• Check the weather before leaving. Bacoor is susceptible to flooding. This can also worsen the traffic even further. Make sure to check if the weather is favorable before you visit.
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