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"Known as the City of Majestic Waterfalls, explore Iligan's 24 wonderful waterfalls. Check out the famous Maria Cristina Falls, the city's primary source of electricity. You can also make your way to Tinago, Mimbalut, Abaga, Kalubihon, and Dodiongan waterfalls. Insider tip: Iligan has mouth-watering lechon, which does not need sauce."

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LOBBY Go Hotels Iligan

Go Hotels Iligan

Iligan, Lanao del Norte
(8 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Celadon Pensionne House

Celadon Pensionne House

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Iligan, Lanao del Norte
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OTHERS Plaza Alemania Hotel

Plaza Alemania Hotel

Iligan, Lanao del Norte
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LOBBY Alan Sr. Residences

Alan Sr. Residences

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Iligan, Lanao del Norte
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LOBBY Corporate Inn Boutique Hotel

Corporate Inn Boutique Hotel

Iligan, Lanao del Norte
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Famous Pension House II

Iligan, Lanao del Norte
When you stay at Famous Pension House II in Iligan, you'll be 8 minutes by car from Midtown Bowling Lanes. This pension is 4.1 mi (6.6 km) from Iligan Anahaw Ampitheater and 4.1 mi (6.6 km) from Buhanginan Hill.
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Red C Residences

Iligan, Lanao del Norte
(17 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Maria Cristina Hotel

Maria Cristina Hotel

Iligan, Lanao del Norte
(11 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Loft Hotel - Iligan

The Loft Hotel - Iligan

Iligan, Lanao del Norte
(5 Reviews)
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Facts about Iligan

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9 Properties
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Go Hotels Iligan, Celadon Pensionne House
Popular Landmark
Iligan City Tourism Office, Timoga Springs

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Review from various users that have stayed in Iligan will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Adrian D.
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8 Aug 2018
The smell of the bed and pillow wasn't good. It looks like someone used it before us. The elevator was so scary and has no certificate of operation. The front desk officer wasn't accommodating. I think, this is the worst lodge inn/hotel I ever had in my travels.
Ann V.
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16 Oct 2021
The room is clean, it was nice. The only downside about my experience in this hotel is that there was this housekeeping guy who would force his way in my room. I just got in my room. I only booked for an overnight stay. 3 times he opened the door of my room. This is very disrespectful. I don't even need housekeeping services nor I never asked because I just got my room. I did locked my door but of course since he's working in the hotel he has a key. I was so scared because why would he force to go inside my room. Luckily I had the double lock. He only had a peak, but still this is so disrespectful and breaching privacy.
Joji M. T.
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18 Dec 2018
Worst hotel ever... - bathroom has no ventilation, it smells. Shower not working properly. - no extra outlet for charging your mobile phones. - the room smells so bad. Couldn't stand to stay a night but already booked for 2 nights. - they were repainting while we were there..😢 do not book this hotel. When visiting iligan, its best to walk in for the nice hotels in the city is not included in this app. 😢😭😢😢😢
Nabil A. D.
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4 Jan 2021
Small room, noisy neighborhood, stinky bathroom and the room was poorly constructed.
Melbourne L. E.
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1 Oct 2017
Good place to stay. Convenient and easy access to your whereabouts in the city.

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How many hotels are listed in Iligan?

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


Iligan City Iligan is a tropical paradise in northern Mindanao. With 24 waterfalls, more specifically the Maria Cristina Falls, Iligan is hailed as the “City of Magnificent Waterfalls.” Despite this, however, the city is an underrated tourist destination, and is primarily an industrial city with several factories around. One needs to take a trip outside Iligan to fully appreciate the entire location.

How to Go

By Air

Travelers must first make a plane ride from either Manila, Cebu, Iloilo, or Davao to Cagayan De Oro Airport. Iligan does not have its own airport.

By land transportation

From Cagayan de Oro, take a Super 5 Transport for around one hour and twenty minutes at less than PhP200. The bus will stop at the Terminal of Iligan City.

Getting Around

Iligan City is a prosperous municipality so getting around is easy. You can either take a jeepney, taxi, or pedaled tricycle… or even a kalesa (horse-drawn carriage).

Tourist Attractions

Maria Cristina Falls The majestic Maria Cristina Falls should be on everyone’s must-visit list while in Iligan. It stands at 98 meters and delivers hydroelectric energy to Iligan and the rest of the Mindanao region. Travelers who enjoy walking may want to try going to Tinago Falls, which is accessible through a 300-step staircase. Another grand waterfall to visit is Mimbalut where can take a quick dip and even have lunch in the nearby resort.

Things to Do

Mount Agad-Agad You can go and chase the 24 waters located throughout the city, especially if you plan to stay for a while in Iligan. However, you can also try visiting Timoga to submerge yourself in cold spring pools – perfect after a long day of trekking. If you’re tired of waterfalls, try hiking up Mt. Agad-Agad, a two-hour climb that gives mountaineers a beautiful view of the city below.

Where to Eat

Durian Shake Many locals recommend dining at Iliganon Restobar and trying out their Durian Shake, filled with durian toppings. It may be an acquired taste, but it’s worth experiencing.

Another fun restaurant to try is Jacko’s Kan-Anan, a homegrown restaurant that serves great seafood. Try their tuna belly, and paksiw na buntot.


B.Bu.Q serves grilled food with cold, cold beer every night, but be sure to try their homemade chorizo. This place is a favorite hangout for the locals – but Iligan in general has a sprawling nightlife worth exploring.

Where to Stay

Most of Iligan’s accommodations are budget hostels and transient hotels where you can stay for as low as PhP500/night.

For a slightly more luxurious stay, book a room at
Maria Cristina Hotel
for less than PhP2,000/night, or if you want beachfront accommodations, stay at Chelina Beach Resort for also less than PhP2,000/night.

Travel Tips

• If you want to bring a souvenir, get a pack of Cheding’s Peanuts near the Sea Port.

• There aren’t large shopping malls in the area, but you can go and get some good deals at Gaisano Mall – as well as some bazaars and ukay-ukay stores throughout the city.

• There are many banks in Iligan but it’s still good to bring cash with you instead of withdrawing from an ATM.
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