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"Tacloban City is the commercial center of Eastern Visayas, a region with three main beautiful islands including Samar, Leyte, and Biliran. One of the main landmarks here is the San Juanico Bridge, the longest bridge crossing a body of seawater in the Philippines. For a relaxing day, you can visit a wellness center, Paruparong Bukid Nature Conservation Center, or visit the neoclassical Leyte Provincial Capitol Building and revel in its architectural beauty."

Popular Tacloban City Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING Ironwood Hotel

Ironwood Hotel

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.8
(24 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Hotel Estrella

Hotel Estrella

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.8
(96 Reviews)
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RESTAURANT Hotel XYZ

Hotel XYZ

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.8
(73 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Summit Hotel Tacloban

Summit Hotel Tacloban

Hotels
Tacloban City, Leyte
Impressive
8.7
(40 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Hacasi Hotel

Hacasi Hotel

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
With a stay at Hacasi Hotel in Tacloban (Downtown Tacloban), you'll be steps from CAP Building and 6 minutes by foot from Tacloban City Hall. This hotel is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from Balyuan Amphitheatre and 1 mi (1.5 km) from Stations of the Cross.
Good
6.9
(12 Reviews)
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LOBBY Asia Stars Hotel

Asia Stars Hotel

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Convenient
8.2
(52 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Etsu Hotel

Etsu Hotel

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
With a stay at Etsu Hotel in Tacloban (Downtown Tacloban), you'll be within a 10-minute walk of CAP Building and Stations of the Cross. This hotel is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Tacloban City Hall and 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Balyuan Amphitheatre.
Convenient
8.0
(27 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Go Hotels Tacloban

Go Hotels Tacloban

Hotels
Tacloban City, Leyte
Impressive
8.4
(105 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Ulding's Hotel

Ulding's Hotel

Hotels
Marasbaras, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.4
(18 Reviews)
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LOBBY Hotel Lorenza

Hotel Lorenza

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Tacloban Plaza Hotel

Tacloban Plaza Hotel

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Convenient
8.1
(7 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Zpad Residences

Zpad Residences

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.9
(538 Reviews)
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LOBBY Basic Rooms Hotel

Basic Rooms Hotel

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Tacloban City, Leyte
Convenient
7.1
(61 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Loft Hotel

The Loft Hotel

Hotels
Marasbaras, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.8
(53 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Leyte Park Resort Hotel

Leyte Park Resort Hotel

Resorts
Downtown, Tacloban City
Located in Tacloban, Leyte Park Resort Hotel is minutes from Tacloban City Hall and Balyuan Amphitheatre. This resort is within close proximity of Tacloban City Convention Center.
Convenient
7.9
(31 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING HIS Capsule Hostel

HIS Capsule Hostel

Hostels
Tacloban City, Leyte
Impressive
8.4
(26 Reviews)
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LOBBY Eoghann's Place Tacloban

Eoghann's Place Tacloban

Guest Houses
Tacloban City, Leyte
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Welcome Home Pensione

Welcome Home Pensione

Homestays
Downtown, Tacloban City
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COMMON_SPACE Hotel El Ranilo

Hotel El Ranilo

Homestays
Tacloban City, Leyte
Convenient
7.6
(17 Reviews)
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LOBBY RQS Hostel

RQS Hostel

Guest Houses
Tacloban City, Leyte
Impressive
8.7
(27 Reviews)
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Facts about Tacloban City

Total Accommodation
49 Properties
Popular Area
Downtown, Marasbaras
Popular Hotel
Ironwood Hotel, Hotel Estrella
Popular Landmark
Tacloban City Hall, Daniel Z Romualdez Airport (TAC)

Guest reviews in Tacloban City

8.7
Impressive
1,847 reviews from hotels in Tacloban City with aggregated rating of 8.7/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Tacloban City will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Morexette M. E.
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1 Feb 2022
Exceeded my expectations. Staff is really hospitable and accommodating. Location is great.
ELPIDIO J. D. R. B.
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5 Jan 2023
Convenience wise, OK! Next to Robinson ' s Place Mall and near to the airport.
Chito C. P.
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31 May 2019
It's a welcome surprise to see Hotels of this kind in Tacloban. Thanks Hotel Estrella for the warm hospitality.
Justine Z.
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5 Jan 2020
Staff were very friendly and also willing to assist me in carrying my things. The rooms were clean.
julian a.
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11 Oct 2019
nice place! kids also enjoyed the pool. very accommodating staff. affordable hotel with great experience! two thumbs up!
Sammy l.
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15 Jan 2020
Small room and bed. Shower door not closing . Trash on top of cabinet . Good breakfast personel helpful
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MARNIE SOLAMO GUIMBAL
29 Nov 2022
The only problem encountered is reception is quite slow.
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michelle c basal
19 May 2019
Aircon was not working well though.

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Most commonly asked questions in Tacloban City

What are the best areas to visit near Tacloban City?

If you are in Tacloban City, you can also visit Marasbaras, Downtown

Where are the best cities to visit in Tacloban City?

The best cities to visit in Tacloban City are Ormoc City, Tanauan, Palompon, Baybay City, La Paz, Hilongos, Calubian, Javier, Palo

What are the best hotels and most popular in Tacloban City?

How many hotels are listed in Tacloban City?

Currently, there are around 49 hotels that you can book in Tacloban City

About

Tacloban

A leading gateway to Eastern Visayas, Tacloban has long been a take off point for travelers hoping to visit the many fantastic destinations in the islands Leyte and Samar. But this city by the beautiful Cancabato Bay also offers its fair share of surprises in the form of old Spanish churches, historic government buildings, and colorful festivals.

Tacloban is the capital of Leyte Province and home to some 250,000 people. Although devastated by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, the city has since bounced back to carry on its role as the economic and cultural hub of the province. As a testament to the people’s resilience and as a symbol of their unity, the residents of Tacloban and Leyte continue to take to the streets for the annual merrymaking fiesta known as the Pintados-Kasadyaan Festival.

 

How to Go

By plane

Direct flights from Manila to Tacloban are available from four major local carriers. Travelers can also fly in from Cebu City and Iloilo City.

By boat/ferry

Although there are no direct shipping routes between Manila and Tacloban, some adventurous travelers choose to travel by bus via the Pan-Philippine Highway route, which can take anywhere from 25 to 27 hours.

A few bus companies with terminals in Cubao offer this route, which traverses EDSA, SLEX, and the Manila South Road through Calamba, Lucena, Legazpi, and all the way to Matnog in the southern tip of the Bicol Region. From there, the bus will board a ferry to cross the San Bernardino Strait and will alight in the town of Allen in Samar Island. From Allen, the bus will journey through Calbayog and Catbalogan before crossing the famed San Juanico Bridge to get to the island of Leyte, where the city of Tacloban can be found

 

Getting Around

Tacloban is a fairly small city, and the most common forms of public transportation include tricycles, jeepneys, and multicabs. These vehicles ply major thoroughfares like Avenida Rizal in the city’s downtown, Tabuan National Highway, and the Picas-San Jose DZR Airport Road.

 

Tourist Attractions

San Juanico Bridge

Tacloban is most famous for being home to the picturesque San Juanico Bridge, which, at 2.16 km (1.34 mi) is the longest bridge in the Philippines. It is also the site of exquisite architectural marvels, including the Leyte Provincial Capitol, a neoclassical edifice which served as the seat of the Philippine Commonwealth during the Second World War.

Santo Nino Shrine and Heritage Museum

There is also the Santo Niño Shrine and Heritage Museum, which houses heirlooms and objets d’ art owned by the Marcos family. Finally, there’s the whitewashed Santo Niño Church, the city’s most important and most visited religious site. Damaged by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, it has recently received an architectural makeover, which turned it into a spectacle of contemporary minimalism.

 

Top Things to Do

Pintados-Kasadyaan Festival

The best time to visit Tacloban is during the festival season, when the city’s streets burst in a flurry of dancing, music, and merrymaking. The Pinatados-Kasadyaan Festival in June celebrates the island’s body-painting heritage and honors its patron, Señor Santo Niño (the Child Jesus). A similar street-dancing fiesta called Sangyaw is also held every year in the month of June.

Astrodome Memorial Marker

A place that you can visit year-round is the Kanhuraw Hill, which provides scenic views of Cancabato Bay and houses Tacloban’s City Hall. There is also a Typhoon Haiyan memorial park in Barangay Anibong, which incorporates the bow of a ship that ran aground at the height of the storm in 2013.

Douglas MacArthur Landing Memorial Park

Near Tacloban, there are many other attractions that tourists can visit as well. These include the Paruparong Bukid Nature Conservation Center in Babatngon, as well as the Douglas Macarthur Landing Memorial Park in Palo, which commemorates the return of the American general on October 20, 1944, and the subsequent liberation of the Philippines from the Empire of Japan.

 

Where to Eat

Are you looking for a place where you can enjoy fresh seafood? Then head over to Senator Egage Street where you can dine in Ocho Seafood and Grill. In this local favorite, you can pick menu items like fish, crab, mussels, and shrimp off a refrigerated counter and have them cooked the way you want them.

Another popular dining place is Calle Zaragoza, otherwise known by its nickname, Calle Z. Located on Independencia Street, the restaurant offers delectable food items like sizzling bangus sisig, bulalo, and lechon kawali.

If you are craving for delicious treats and want to dine in a place with a more contemporary atmosphere, then go to Chew Love on Gomez Street. Aside from the décor that straddles cutesy and hipster territories, the restaurant is also known for its penchant for puns when it comes to the names of its offerings, which include items like “Crazy Pork You” and “Love at Pork Sight” among many others

 

Nightlife

Burgos Street in Tacloban’s downtown area is nightlife central in the city. Here, you can find a collection of restaurants, bars, cafés, coffee houses, tea shops, and other establishments where you and your travel buddies can eat, drink, or while the night away. Make sure to visit Naning, a mobile bar that is popular among the young crowd for selling imported craft beer and fantastic cocktails.

 

Where to Stay

As in other major cities in the Philippines, Tacloban offers a range of accommodations that will suit all budgets. There are contemporary hotels like Hotel Xyz and Zpad Residences, as well as guest house-style accommodations like the historic Hotel Alejandro and the Yellow Doors Hostel, which bills itself as the first backpacker hostel in the city.

 

Travel Tips

  • Make sure to walk around the downtown area to try the various grilled street food being sold by the local vendors.

  • Eastern Visayas is a major coconut-producing region in the Philippines, which means Tacloban is also known for producing tubâ, a type of palm wine. Take home a bottle as a souvenir.

  • Now is the best time to travel to Tacloban because the city needs all the help it can have for its continuing recovery efforts from Typhoon Haiyan.

 

 

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