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Double M Hotel

Poblacion, Valencia City
With a stay at Double M Hotel in Valencia, you'll be a 2-minute walk from Rizal Park and 8 minutes by foot from Valencia City Hall. This spa hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Oval Grounds and 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Valencia Memorial Gardens.
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Hotel De Susana and Resort

Valencia City, Bukidnon
Located in Valencia, Hotel De Susana and Resort is a 4-minute drive from Robinsons Valencia and 6 minutes from Oval Grounds. This hotel is 4.3 mi (6.9 km) from Rizal Park and 4.5 mi (7.2 km) from Valencia Memorial Gardens.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Jocel's Garden Suites I

Jocel's Garden Suites I

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Poblacion, Valencia City
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Jocel's Garden Suites II

Jocel's Garden Suites II

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Poblacion, Valencia City
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Kekehyu Business Hotel

Valencia City, Bukidnon
Located in Valencia, Kekehyu Business Hotel is within a 5-minute drive of Rizal Park and Valencia City Hall. This hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Oval Grounds and 2 mi (3.2 km) from Valencia Memorial Gardens.
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LOBBY GV Hotel Valencia

GV Hotel Valencia

Poblacion, Valencia City
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Kekehyu Business Hotel

Valencia City, Bukidnon
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Valencia Suites

Poblacion, Valencia City
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Hotel Valencia

Valencia City, Bukidnon
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LOBBY B4B Travelodge

B4B Travelodge

Valencia City, Bukidnon
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10 Properties
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Double M Hotel, Hotel De Susana and Resort
Popular Landmark
Sagumata Falls, Musuan Peak

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4 Jan 2023
We like it. The room is so cozy. And clean as well.
Richard C. K.
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7 Oct 2019
To be honest, we really weren't expecting much due to the low pricing but our stay turned out to be a pleasant surprise as the accommodation was clean, air conditioned, and quiet - with conveniences such as access to the main road and the small store at the lobby. The internet was slow though but that seems to be the only trade off and is a very reasonable one due to the price.
Rick E.
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11 Sep 2023
I enjoyed my stay there, but the breakfast in the morning was not very appetizing, I would think that a hotel of their Grandeur would serve something other than spam and crusty spam at that for breakfast, if you like spaciousness this is a place for you everything, it is big, the owner and Builder must have like things in a very spacious, Grand and big manor, even though the building was built in 2006 it's old and outdated, all the cabinetry needed to be redone in my room, the cabinets in the bathroom were rotted and moldy, the swimming pools are very grand and luxurious, I probably would not stay there again.

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Frequently Asked Questions about hotels in Valencia City

What are the best areas to visit near Valencia City?

If you are in Valencia City, you can also visit Poblacion

Where are the best cities to visit in Valencia City?

The best cities to visit in Valencia City are Manolo Fortich, Maramag, Malaybalay City, Baungon, Libona

How many hotels are listed in Valencia City?

Currently, there are around 10 hotels that you can book in Valencia City


Valencia City Pulangi River

Valencia in Bukidnon is something else. This province is home to lush green forests wherever you go and it seems like it has no end. The stunning landscapes you’ll see are ones that will leave a mark on you. It also has a lot of exciting activities and it’s a great place to get to know more about the abundant and unique culture of Mindanao and see how it differs from certain parts of the country.

How to Get There

Flying into Bukidnon is impossible. An option that you can take is to fly into Cagayan de Oro and head to Bukidnon by car or bus. Airstrips are available and in use in the city, but it may cost more because these are often chartered flights.

You can also travel by sea, but it also docks in Cagayan de Oro. This might take longer, but if you’re not in a rush then opt for this because it’s the cheaper option too.

Getting Around

Exploring Valencia is similar to most parts of the Philippines. Cities are often smaller so getting to places by walking is possible. If you’d rather not then a bus can take you around the city as well as jeeps and tricycles in the area.

Top Things to Do and See

Traveling to Bukidnon might take a while given how there’s no way to get there directly unless you opt to take a chartered flight. But it’s definitely worth the trip. If you’re heading to Valencia, it goes without saying that this trip would be an escape from city life. It’s a quiet place that’s not as lively as Manila, but if there’s anything, you won’t run out of things to see and do. This place is heaven for mountaineers and for people who love seeing stunning landscapes.

Lake Apo

Among the first things that people visit is Lake Apo. This lake is a beautiful one, especially when paired with the backdrop of the hillside. You can take a dip in this lake and there’s nothing to worry about because it’s the cleanest one in the country. You can also have a picnic in this area and just pass the time.

If you like exploring caves then Kasanayan Cave is a good place to see. It has a river inside and big stalactites that are just a short distance from the entrance of the cave. If you like hiking or trekking, you have different locations to choose from. You have the Kitanglad Mountain Range and Mt. Dulang-Dulang (the 2nd highest peak in the Philippines).

Swimming is also another activity you can do. Bukidnon is rich in waterfalls and among the places you can go to is Alalum Falls, Dimadungawan Falls, and Sagumata Falls. Both are amazing places you can take a dip in.

You can also visit around March when the Kaamulan Festival is held. It celebrates the customs and traditions of the different indigenous tribes you can find in Bukidnon. It differs every year. Sometimes it’s a celebration of marriage, thanksgiving or the datuship.

Dahilayan Forest Park

For those of you who like adrenaline-inducing trips then the Dahilayan Adventure Park is for you. You’ll find the longest dual zipline in Asia here at a length of 840 metres. This gives you a breathtaking view of the treetops as a bonus. Other attractions are canopy gliders, power ropes, and a base jump which is the highest in the Philippines.

Where to Eat

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There aren’t a lot of restaurants in Valencia. If anything, these are often lutong bahay style restaurants that would surely offer the authenticity most travelers are looking for. Places you can go to is Inday’s Kamalig that has a lot of grilled dishes. Manna & Quail Food House is also a great spot that has a lot of options. They have good coffee that you can have along with unique dishes like pesto pork chops and tomato vodka spaghetti.


The nightlife in Bukidnon is pretty simple. There aren’t any fancy clubs to go to, but there are bars where you can drink in with your friends. KTV bars are also in the area if you want a crazier night out.

Where to Stay

Finding a place to stay in isn’t difficult. You can find hotels in the city that are simple and affordable. If there’s anything, because of how small the city is everything would just be a stone’s throw away.

Travel Tips

  • Bug spray is important especially if you plan to go to the mountainous regions.
  • Always bring cash with you. It’s a province that doesn’t get a lot of travelers so most establishments don’t accept credit and debit.
  • Wear appropriate clothing when you go around different places like the mountains and the lakes.
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