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"This former mining town of Negros Occidental is now a tourist destination. For a picture-perfect view of the island-studded sea, make sure to stopover in Perth Paradise Beach Resort. For one of the best beaches in Sipalay, go to Campomanes Bay or visit the Sugar Beach for a palm-fringed shore with sugary brown sand beach."

Popular Sipalay City Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING Sipalay Jamont Hotel
Hotels
Mercedes Boulevard, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
Convenient - 8.1 / 10(24)
VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Sugar Beach House
Guest Houses
Sugar Beach, Sipalay City, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
Convenient - 7.2 / 10(9)
LOBBY Easy Diving and Beach Resort
Resorts
Punta Ballo Barangay 4, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
Impressive - 8.8 / 10(21)
Hostels
No. 8 Lacson Street, Barangay 1 Poblacion , Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
Hostels
Punta Ballo Barangay 4, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
Resorts
Brgy. Nauhang, Sugar Beach, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
Resorts
Sugar Beach, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
Resorts
Sugar Beach, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
Hostels
Punta Ballo, Barangay 4, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
LOBBY Terah Grace Lodge
Hostels
Debuyan St., Barangay 3 Poblacion, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
LOBBY Artistic Diving White Beach Resort
Resorts
Punta Ballo, Barangay 4, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Nataasan Beach Resort and Dive Center
Resorts
Punta Ballo Barangay 4, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
Resorts
Sugar Beach, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Green Garden Beach Resort
Resorts
Brgy Nauhang, Sugar Beach, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
Guest Houses
Punta Ballo Barangay 4, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Gold's Guest House
Guest Houses
Barangay 2, Poblacion, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
LOBBY Langub Pension
Homestays
Lacson Street, Barangay 1 Poblacion , Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
BEDROOM Sealey's Inn
Hostels
JP Alejano Street, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Palerma Lodging House
Homestays
Barangay 5 Poblacion, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113
LOBBY Bafe Lodge
Homestays
Quiriino St. Barangay 1, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines, 6113

Guest reviews in Sipalay City

8.1
Convenient

68 reviews from hotels in Sipalay City with aggregated rating of 8.1/10.

Review from various users that have stayed in Sipalay City will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!

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Casey M.
Sipalay Jamont Hotel
6.8
/ 10
6.8
1 Apr 2019
Check in took such a long time because they don't recognize any booking from app. The room we had booked was unavailable, so the front desk officer offered an upgrade -- an upgrade where we had to pay the price difference. I had to explain to her what an upgrade means just so she would understand that if she were to offer an upgrade, it should be of no additional payment since the error is not on the customer's side. After having the issue sorted, however, she was gracious enough to apologize. The room was lovely, but the bathroom looked like it was still under construction. Aircon worked well, and we had a peaceful rest. The workers around the hotel were very hospitable.
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Iveen A. d. R.
Easy Diving and Beach Resort
6.0
/ 10
6.0
29 Mei 2019
Lot of steps to do in order to be in our room, not recommended for grannies.
JC
Jerymee C.
Sugar Beach House
6.3
/ 10
6.3
18 Jun 2018
The place is good, the room is good, we didn't try the food cause it's very expensive compared to other neighboring resorts, the service is the one which is not good. We arrived in Sugar Beach and it's raining so hard. None of the staff from Sugar Beach House helped us to carry our luggage nor pick us up with umbrella. We're the one who looked for the resort while we are drench in the rain plus the WiFi is not working.

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Currently, there are around 24 hotels that you can book in Sipalay City

About

Sipalay Negros Oriental

The City of Sipalay is becoming a tourist hotspot in Negros Oriental. It is located at the southern part of Negros Oriental, around four hours away from Dumaguete and Bacolod City.

Dubbed as the Jewel of the Sugar Island, it’s known for vast beaches and vibrant marine environment, perfect for divers and snorkelers. Around the area are several waterfalls and caves, with a few available to the public.


How to Go

By plane

There are no international or local flights going to Sipalay City. From Manila or Clark, take a flight to Bacolod or Dumaguete.

If you are coming from Cebu, you can fly to Dumaguete. From either of these cities, you can take land transportation to Sipalay.

By boat/ferry

Currently, there are no ferry lines going to and from Sipalay.

By land transportation

The best way to get to Sipalay City is by bus. If you’re coming from Bacolod, look for the South Ceres Bus Terminal. Take the Hinoba-an or Sipalay bus route (you may choose between PHP209/person for non-air con; PHP253/person for air con bus). It will take four to five hours before you reach Sipalay.

If you’re coming from Dumaguete, you can also take Ceres Bus. However, there is no direct route to Sipalay. Look for the Hinoba-an route instead (it costs less than PHP300) and when you do reach Hinoba-an, switch to another bus going to Sipalay. Like Bacolod, it’s around a four-hour bus ride—transfer included.


Getting Around

Because Sipalay is a small city with paved roads, the best mode of transportation is the tricycle. Other, more adventurous travelers employ single motorcycles (habal-habal).

Fares depend on the distance and your negotiation skills, but if you want to get to your hotel from the bus station, it will cost you PHP150.00 per person.


Tourist Attractions

Sugar Beach Sipalay City

The first place to explore in Sipalay City is Sugar Beach. It’s a little complicated to get there by land, but by sea, it only takes 15 minutes. Its name came from the brown sugar-like sand. It’s a great place for swimming because it doesn’t get too crowded. Other beaches to consider are Poblacion Beach and Punta Ballo.

Tinagong Dagat

Tinagong Dagat is another top tourist attraction. While it’s part of a resort, it’s still accessible to the public. On the base of one of the larger islands, you’ll find 100 steps. Climb them, and you’ll reach the peak of a small hill which still gives you a stunning view of the city and its environs.

If you’re staying near or in the Poblacion Area, be sure to go to the Sipalay Food Park. It’s a bit like Boracay’s Stations 1 and 2, where there are numerous restaurants and bars that are open night and day. There are, of course, other restaurants around Sipalay, but for beginners still feeling their way in this city’s vibe, the Food Park is the best place to start.


Top Things to Do

Because Sipalay City lies along the coastal area, the number one thing to do is go scuba diving. The city is known for having 42 diving spots that are teeming with marine life; one spot is also the resting place of the S/S Panay, a warship that sunk during World War II. There are several diving companies are located in many resorts, and prices vary.

Sipalay Punta Bulata

If you’d simply like to get to know the area, you can avail of island hopping tours as well as visit several parts of the city. For around PHP1,500 per person, you can go to Punta Bulata, Turtle Island, and Julien’s Wreck. If you prefer something more affordable but just as comprehensive, you can choose to take the Punta Ballo Tour which takes you around Sugar Beach, Campomanes Beach, Tinagong Dagat, and Perth Paradise Resort. This tour costs PHP 550 per person.


Where to Eat

Sipalay Oysters

Sipalay does not have a lot of restaurants. However, it has enough to add variety to Filipino food. At Mixed Food Restaurant, you can eat crepes to complement the salty savory main dishes. Takatuka Restaurant is known for having some of the best dishes at Sugar Beach—and it’s vegetarian-friendly. Finally, Buenaventura Beach Resort Restaurant has the best pizza in Sipalay.


Nightlife

Nightlife isn’t as big as it is in more popular areas like Puerto Princesa and Siargao, but the Sipalay Food Park is the place to be for some booze to end the night.


Where to Stay

From budget and rustic to exclusive and modern, Sipalay City accommodates all kinds of travelers. You can book a stay at Taketuka Lodge for a budget stay. It has quirky interiors that are definitely Instagrammable.

On the other hand, if you prefer spending a bit more for a luxurious suite, find accommodations at the Punta Baluta Resort and Spa. It has stunning views of the sea and gives you that peace of mind you deserve.


Travel Tips

• When you’re going to Sipalay City, be sure to withdraw money in bigger cities as there are no ATMs outside the city center, particularly in Sugar Beach.

• Don’t bother bringing work with you—cell signal can disappear depending on where you are.

• The best time to go to Sipalay City is early in the year, around February until early June.



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