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"Santiago City, Isabela is an underrated area with so much to offer, especially for history buffs. To start your itinerary, visit Balay ni Santiago to get a feel of the city's rich history and culture through its restored museum. For a fun-filled day in nature, pay a visit to Lower Magat Eco-Tourism Park (which is shared by neighboring Nueva Vizcaya) and rent a cottage, bring some food, and enjoy the whole time. Finally, end your visit with a prayer or two at St. James Parish. "

Popular Santiago City Hotels

BEDROOM Oryza Hotel - Santiago

Oryza Hotel - Santiago

Santiago City, Isabela
(8 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Mango Suites - Santiago

Mango Suites - Santiago

Santiago City, Isabela
(13 Reviews)
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LOBBY Dreamwave Hotel Santiago

Dreamwave Hotel Santiago

Santiago City, Isabela
(32 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Diocita's Hotel - Dubinan

Diocita's Hotel - Dubinan

Santiago City, Isabela
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Isabela Zen Hotel

Santiago City, Isabela
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Diocita's Hotel - Main

Diocita's Hotel - Main

Santiago City, Isabela
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COMMON_SPACE Diocita's Hotel - Annex

Diocita's Hotel - Annex

Santiago City, Isabela
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3K Hotel by Zen

Santiago City, Isabela
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LOBBY Suisen Place @ OJC Residences

Suisen Place @ OJC Residences

Santiago City, Isabela
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Total Accommodation
9 Properties
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Oryza Hotel - Santiago, Mango Suites - Santiago
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St. James Parish, Robinsons Place Santiago

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Review from various users that have stayed in Santiago City will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Jocelyn Soberano Solis
11 Sep 2019
The room was quiet and clean. Service was prompt to grant our requests. Staff was friendly and efficient. Food was Ok and reasonably priced.
Joan Cortez
21 Mar 2019
My family and I booked 4 rooms in total during our stay. The rooms are clean, food is good and conviniently located, near to food establishments. I would like to note though that the rooms we occupied did not had a hot and cold shower, and drainage was slow.
June Christopher S Antenor
26 Jul 2022
You get what you pay for. I think this is a love hotel? I'm not sure.
Jayson Picaso
21 Aug 2022
I have a very good experiwnce. Clean room and affordable. Also their staff are veey accomodating.
Danniela Kyla Tablada
11 Apr 2017
Very nice hotel. Budget friendly
Jean Marie Capuyo
7 Jun 2019
Our one night stay at the hotel was nice, the room was clean. They have drinks for sale at the lobby and swimming pool if you want to relax. The owner and staffs were so nice, I would recommend this hotel to friends and co-workers for sure. The doorknob at family room A16 should be repaired though, it can't be locked and the TV has no signal. But all in all, it was nice and the price was very affordable and worth it.

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Most commonly asked questions in Santiago City

Where are the best cities to visit in Santiago City?

The best cities to visit in Santiago City are Roxas, Luna, Cauayan City, Ilagan City, Cordon, Alicia, Delfin Albano, Ramon, Palanan

How many hotels are listed in Santiago City?

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


Travelers headed to Santiago City will enjoy a melting pot of different cultures, thanks to its rich heritage. The city’s architecture combines Christian and Islamic motifs and influences from indigenous people from the neighboring provinces.

Isabela Farms

Santiago City is located in the province of Isabela. With mountains to the northwest and the sea to the east, it is a gateway to a mix of beaches and hiking trails. Those who want to know more about the city’s culture can check out its various churches and historical sites, such as Balay na Santiago museum.

The city also has a thriving economy, being a major commercial and industrial center in the region. It is home to well-known local and international businesses, including San Miguel Corp., Mitsubishi, and Hyundai.


How to Go

By plane

There are weekly flights from Manila to Isabela. From Cauayan Airport in Isabela, you can book a taxi to Santiago City.

By land transportation

From Manila, you can take a bus bound for Cauayan. There are also buses heading to Tuguegarao in Cagayan, which stop in Isabela along the way.


Getting Around

Tricycles and jeeps are the main modes of transportation within the city. These are the most efficient ways to get around and see the sights.


Tourist Attractions

Tumauini Church

Santiago City hosts various local festivals, and it also has a number of historical sites. You can get your first glimpse into this city’s past at the Balay na Santiago, a house-turned-museum that features a wide array of historical memorabilia – from old photos, to antique furniture.

Another attraction is the Pattaraday Festival, the city’s annual founding anniversary celebration. True to its name, which comes from an Ybanag word meaning "unity," the festival brings together various ethno-linguistic groups to participate in the activities. These include comedy shows, beauty pageants, and street dancing exhibitions.

Finally, there’s also Art aTank, the tallest mural in the Philippines. Designated as a landmark in town since the 1970s, this masterpiece was painted on Santiago City Water District’s concrete water tank. It is almost 30 meters high and is visible from practically anywhere in town.

The mural itself was made by a group of local artists and musicians who organized a painting activity. It was an advocacy project to promote environmental protection, water conservation, and the appreciation of indigenous culture. The mural proudly displays the history of Santiago City and its neighboring towns.


Top Things to Do

Sierra Madre Nature Park

For hikers, the city is an excellent jump off point to get to Northern Sierra Madre Nature Park. This reserve is a challenging trail for you to climb. It goes through the region’s deepest rainforests and oldest mountains, making it the largest preserved jungle with a wide range of wildlife in the Philippines.


Where to Stay

Mango Suites offers quality accommodation and easy access to the city's sights. The hotel presents a vast array of services and facilities, including free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping, a convenience store, and a business center. Another option is Isabela Zen Hotel, which offers recreational facilities and services, like an outdoor pool and in-suite massage service.

If you’re travelling with family, Spring Garden Resort is a recommended stop. Kids will enjoy the large outdoor pool with a waterslide, while more sporty family members can have fun in the resort’s basketball court.


Where to Eat

Pancit Cabagan

As a major commercial center, Santiago features several fast food outlets which are also found in Manila – including Jollibee, Mang Inasal, and Greenwich Pizza. There are, however, other places to eat if you want to get off the beaten track. One of these is Patricio's Panciteria & Countryside Favorites, which serves the Pansit Cabagan – the signature noodle dish of the Isabela province.

If you’re looking for Chinese comfort foods, on the other hand, try the traditional dumplings, stir-fried noodles, and Chinese-Filipino dishes offered at the Golden Bamboo Chinese Restaurant. Those looking for a quick snack can try Blends and Bites Café and its variety of rice meals, milkshakes, and brewed coffee mixes.



Santiago City's nightlife is centered on bars and nighttime restos. Big Brother's Grill is a notable venue near Maharlika highway that features live music from local bands. This place has a selection of drinks, grilled meats, and seafood.

Another is Genaro's Bangus Grill and Special Bibingka, which specializes in dishes made from milkfish and other seafood. It also serves a menu of local Filipino dishes and drinks to cap off a long day of exploring the city.


Travel Tips

• Santiago City has long winding trails that will challenge nature trekkers. Bringing water can help keep you hydrated when walking up the mountains.

• Mountain trails and beaches are the top attractions near the city. It’s advisable to bring a mix of swimwear and trekking clothes if you want to experience the best the province of Isabela has to offer.

• Sealing your cameras in waterproof containers is also advisable when visiting the natural sites or going on boat rides. Alternatively, you can also bring waterproof cameras.
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