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Surigao del Norte, Philippines · 37 hotels available

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"All types of travelers will surely enjoy Surigao City's tourist spots. There's the Surigaonon Heritage Center, a repository of local history, culture, and minerals, as Surigao is known for mining. For WWII buffs, the Battle of Surigao Strait Museum was built in honor of one of the four major naval engagements in the epic Battle of Leyte Gulf in 1944. Meanwhile, beach bums can head straight to Surigao City's famous beaches: Pagkawasan, Looc, and Mabua-Ipil Pebble beach. Don't forget to explore Day-Aan Floating Village, a community of stilt houses standing amidst lush mangroves."

Popular Surigao City Hotels

BEDROOM Hotel Tavern Surigao
Hotels
Borromeo Street, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
With a stay at Hotel Tavern Surigao in Surigao, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Surigao City Hall and Luneta Park. This hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Surigao Del Norte Provincial Capitol and 5 mi (8 km) from Silop Multi-Caves.
Impressive - 8.9 / 10(24)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Philippine Gateway Hotel
Hotels
National Highway, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
Impressive - 8.5 / 10(17)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Almont Beach Resort
Resorts
Lipata, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
Convenient - 8.1 / 10(11)
Hostels
Purok 2 , Del Carmen, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
Apartments
Sitio Bioborjan, Barangay Rizal, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
EXTERIOR_BUILDING VMO Hotel
Hotels
1512 M. Ortiz St. (Riverside), Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
LOBBY Surigao Tourist Inn Annex
Hotels
P-2 Brgy, San Juan, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
BEDROOM Galaxy Backpackers Lodge
Homestays
P. Reyes Street, Barangay Taft, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Bee Hub Pension
Hotels
04047 Navarro St., Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
LOBBY B and J Pension House
Hostels
P. Reyes Street, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
LOBBY Villa Torre Suites
Hotels
Payawan 1, Brgy Luna, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
Homestays
Vasquez Street, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
LOBBY JVC Penzion Hauz
Hotels
Narciso Street, Barangay Washington, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
Hotels
San Nicolas Street, Barangay Taft, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Destajo Travellers Inn Annex
Hotels
Nabalca Street, Purok 7, Barangay San Juan, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Destajo Travellers Inn
Hotels
Nabalca Street, Purok 7, Barangay San Juan, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
Guest Houses
Narciso Corner Nueva Street, Barangay Taft, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
BEDROOM Historia Pension House
Hostels
Sitio Panobigon, Barangay Lipata, Surigao, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
LOBBY RSY Pension House I
Guest Houses
3rd Floor, RSY Building, P. Reyes Street, Barangay Taft, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400
RESTAURANT Nickel Traveller's Inn
Hostels
00139 Rizal Street, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, Philippines, 8400

Guest reviews in Surigao City

8.8
Impressive

68 reviews from hotels in Surigao City with aggregated rating of 8.8/10.

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

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Rudranil S.
Hotel Tavern Surigao
8.5
/ 10
8.5
13 Sep 2018
Amazing Location and have access to all amenities.
JR
John R. R.
The Philippine Gateway Hotel
8.5
/ 10
8.5
28 Feb 2019
The standard room I had was ok - if on the hwy / main road a little too noisy :( However , beds / linen and facilities in the room was ok. Great lobby area , large and relaxed ; great friendly staff ; great 25 meter swimming pool too :) Restaurant is also very good with a nice buffet breakfast included. Would stay here again no problem 🙏.
PC
Paula C. A.
Surigao Tourist Inn
5.6
/ 10
5.6
31 Ogo 2021
Pleasant rooms. However, they're all about money. I and my friends were constantly asked for payment whenever we go out of the inn. Mind you, even their cleaner will rush out of their facility holding a broom just to ask for payment even though all of our stuff were inside and we were just going out for lunch. They would even glare at you like you're not welcome. Horrible experience. The manager was fine and entertaining though. Had the inn staff were pleasant and nice, we would have extended it to 7 days.
FG
Felisa G.
Almont Beach Resort
6.0
/ 10
6.0
7 Mei 2019
The service was not good. They were overpriced... They want us to pay each for kids. I brought 4 kids, and they knew that there will be 2 kids free to stay below 10 years old but what they did they have asked me to pay each for the free breakfast without explaining it to me further. They assumed that I knew about it already. I have paid a lot for the 1 night stay. F*ck with their buffet especially their breakfast. Food was not good... We are paying a lot for the buffet make sure that the food was also good and there will be a lot of choices.
CL
Cindy L.
Parkway Hotel
10.0
/ 10
10.0
4 Mei 2017
Very nice employees, helps on directions.

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Currently, there are around 37 hotels that you can book in Surigao City

About

Surigao City Sea

Surigao City is the capital of Surigao del Norte and is also known as the City of Island Adventures. Because of its array of white sand and pebble beaches, natural rock formations, mangroves, caves, reefs, and deep sea gorges, you will definitely have many chances to quench your thrill-seeking thirst.

Surigao City is not as well known as other Mindanao cities like Davao and Cagayan de Oro but once you get here, you will find that there are so many fun activities that you can do and that there are a lot of unique places to explore. If you’re thinking of going to a relatively untouched part of the Philippines, this city should be on your list. Whether you want to trek mountains or bathe under waterfalls or explore caves or go scuba diving, or simply relax on the beach, Surigao City will not disappoint.

 

How to Go

By plane

If you want to get here quickly, you can opt to ride a plane. From Manila, there are Daily flights going to Surigao City through Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, or Air Asia.

By boat/ferry

Another option you may enjoy is traveling through boat or ferry. From Cebu, you can ride the Cokaliong ferry going to Surigao. Aside from Sundays, they have daily 7pm schedules going to the city. The travel time usually takes 9 and a half hours, which means you would arrive in Surigao City at around 4:30 am.

You can also choose to travel using RoRo, which is a combination of land travel through bus and sea travel through ferry. If you’re from the north, you can ride a Philtranco bus from Cubao going to Surigao City. If you’re from the south, there is a Pasay Philtranco bus station that also schedules trips going to Surigao.

By land transportation

If you’re coming from Cagayan or other parts of Mindanao, several buses, vans, and jeepneys going to Surigao City are easily accessible.

 

Getting Around

The main mode of transportation in the city is the tricycle. If you want to get to outlying barangays, towns, or other provinces, you would have to ride buses or jeepneys that operate on a fixed daily schedule. There are also several island barangays surrounding the city and to get to these places, you would have to ride water taxis or pump boats as they are called by locals. Larger boats called Lantsa also have scheduled trips going to Siargao Island and Dinagat Island.

 

Tourist Attractions

Snorkeling at Socorro Surigao

Surigao City is not known as the City of Island Adventures for nothing. With its abundance of islands and beaches, you will definitely get your fill of fun water activities and island exploration. Several of the nearby beaches, which are only 10 to 30 minutes away from the city, include Sibale Beach, Banahaw Beach, Mabua-Ipil Pebble Beach, and Looc Beach.

Also, there are several islands near the city that you can choose from or you can check them all out by island hopping. Some of these islands include Nonoc Island, Basul Island, and Sagisi Island. With their beautiful white sand beaches and clear waters, the islands are sure to give you a healthy dose of vitamin sea.

A notable tourist attraction you can try out is the San Pedro Cantiasay foot bridge, which is one of the country’s longest foot bridges measuring at around 391 meters. This wooden foot bridge connects Nonoc Island to Sibale beach.

 

Top Things to Do

Island Hopping Surigao

Aside from swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving at the many beaches and islands in Surigao City, you can also try other activities like caving, mountain biking, and trekking. You can even check out natural rock formations and mangroves as you go island hopping.

Admire the natural stalactite and stalagmite formations in Buenavista Cave at Hidkop Island and explore the 6 caves that comprise Silop Cave. If you want a challenge, you can try trekking at Surigao’s highest mountain, Campomento Mountain, which is around 500 meters above sea level. If you want to enjoy a swim beneath a waterfall, head to the 20-foot Cantiasay Waterfall, which is only a 15 minute hike from the Cantiasay Barangay proper.

 

Where to Eat

Ocean Bounties is a great restaurant in the city that serves delicious and fresh seafood meals under 500 pesos. Aside from the prawns, crabs, and other regular Filipino dishes, you can also try their tasty “Hukyo Tajom” or sea urchin cooked with butter, onion, egg, and pineapple.

Surigao Barbecue Food

For some delicious barbecued treats after a day under the sun, try Same Place Grill. Here, they offer tasty yet affordable meals to satisfy your all your barbecue cravings.

Going to the market is also a great option, especially if you have the time and the resources to cook for you and your friends. You can choose from a variety of fresh seafood and you can also try out local Surigao delicacies like Dried Pijanga, a local dried fish from lake Mainit; Gigaquit Rum, a Surigao drink fermented in the native Sasa tree; and the Sayongsong, which is made from glutinous rice, brown sugar, and coconut milk.

 

Nightlife

After a day of fun activities, you may want to top it off with some drinks with your friends. Head on over to Borromeo Street in Surigao City to check out several Bars & Grills, restaurants, and performance venues. If you just want to chill, drink, and eat a bit, you can try Marios Garden Grill and Restaurant. But if you’re looking to sing and dance the night away, you can go to nightclubs and performance venues like Geckos Surigao or Geckos Bar and Grill Surigao.

 

Where to Stay

There are several Surigao city hotels and resorts to choose from depending on your itinerary and budget. If you’re looking for something comfortable, relaxing, and has great service, try checking hotels like Gateway Hotel and Hotel Tavern. Some of the more affordable lodgings and hotels in Surigao City include Mayettes Place, Miami City Suites, E.Y. Suites, Mt. Carmel Farm and Spring Resort, and One Hive Hotel.

 

Travel Tips

• If you’re on a tight schedule, it would be best to do a bit research and plan your itinerary ahead of time. Also, skip on the five star hotel and choose an affordable place that gives you the basics instead. You won’t be spending much of your time there anyway.

• Be a responsible tourist and clean up after yourself. Help in preserving these beautiful tourist spots for future generations to appreciate.

• Be friendly and try to talk to locals. Who knows? They might give you insider tips on where to stay, places to see, and food to try.
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