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"Though Mount Mayon may be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Albay, it should not be the only item on your itinerary. A trip to the scenic Vera Falls, Cagraray EcoPark or Danao Lake is sure to satisfy your wanderlust. Looking for a bit of luxury? Book a stay at the opulent Misibis Bay Resort to be reinvigorated after lazing by the beach for a few days."

Popular Albay Hotels

BEDROOM Hotel Sentro Legazpi

Hotel Sentro Legazpi

Los Banos Avenue corner F. Imperial St., Legazpi Port District, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
BEDROOM Legazpi Tourist Inn

Legazpi Tourist Inn

3rd flr. V & O Bldg. cor Quezon Ave. and Lapu - lapu St., Legazpi Port District, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
BEDROOM Commuters Inn Legazpi

Commuters Inn Legazpi

Guest Houses
P-4 Guevarra Subdivision, Bgy 15, Ilawod East, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
LOBBY Avia Inn

Avia Inn

AH26, Barangay Banag, Bañag, Daraga, Albay, Philippines, 4500

Meaco Hotel Legazpi

Daraga - Legazpi City - Tiwi Rd, Legazpi Port District, Legazpi Port District, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
BEDROOM Hotel Venezia

Hotel Venezia

F. Aquende Drive, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
SWIMMING_POOL The Oriental Legazpi

The Oriental Legazpi

Taysan Hill, Sto. Niño Village, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
BEDROOM Embarcadero Hotel

Embarcadero Hotel

3F Embarcadero de Legazpi Port Area, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Emerald Boutique Hotel

Emerald Boutique Hotel

Marquez Street, Old Albay District, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
With a stay at Emerald Boutique Hotel in Legazpi, you'll be just steps from Liberty Bell and Magayon Art Gallery. This hotel is 1 mi (1.5 km) from SM City Legazpi and 1.2 mi (2 km) from Legazpi City Convention Center.
EXTERIOR_BUILDING La Piazza Hotel and Convention Center

La Piazza Hotel and Convention Center

Imelda Roces Avenue, Legazpi City, Albay, Bicol, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
BEDROOM Lotus Blu Hotel

Lotus Blu Hotel

Yashano Mall F. Imperial Street, Corner of Terminal Road, Bitano, Legazpi Port District, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
With a stay at Lotus Blu Hotel in Legazpi, you'll be steps from SM City Legazpi and a 2-minute drive from Liberty Bell. This hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Embarcadero and 1.2 mi (2 km) from Magayon Art Gallery.
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Mayon Backpackers Hostel

Mayon Backpackers Hostel

40 Diego Silang Street, Barangay 11, Maoyod Subdivision, Old Albay, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
LOBBY Fiesta Ballroom Hotel

Fiesta Ballroom Hotel

Central City Subdivision, Barangay Cruzada, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
With a stay at Fiesta Ballroom Hotel in Legazpi, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of SM City Legazpi and Liberty Bell. This hotel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Legazpi City Convention Center and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Lignon Hill.

PROXY by The Oriental Albay

Purok 1 Barangay 33, Peñaranda St., Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500

F2M Tower

Block 7, Lot 31, Landco Business Park, Legazpi Port District, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
Located in Legazpi, F2M Tower is convenient to Embarcadero and Kapuntukan Hill. This hotel is within close proximity of Magayon Art Gallery and Liberty Bell.
LOBBY Villa Amada Hotel

Villa Amada Hotel

Riza Street, Sagpon, Daraga, Albay, Philippines, 4501
BEDROOM Magayon Hotel

Magayon Hotel

Penaranda St., Legazpi Port District, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500

Mayon Lodging House

Guest Houses
KM3172, B National Road, Daraga, Albay, Philippines, 4501
BEDROOM Night and Day Inn

Night and Day Inn

Peñaranda Street, Bonot, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500
LOBBY RMJ Apartelle

RMJ Apartelle

Rose Street, Imperial Court Subdivision Phase 2, Legazpi Port District, Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines, 4500

Guest reviews in Albay

1,557 reviews from hotels in Albay with aggregated rating of 8.2/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Albay will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Check-in: No signage I just went straight upstairs. Their reception is on the second floor. Smooth check-in. I arrived at 1 PM and they immediately assisted me to my room (rooms 1-3 are on the 4th floor). Location is strategic. Literally right behind pacific mall (1min walk). Same building as ps bank. Google maps are not that accurate for this location. The room is well equipped with towels, a hair drier, an electric kettle, and a TV. What surprised me is the view of Mayon in the room and the mini-fridge (which I think was not used in a long time and kind of smells, I just opened the ref for a while before I plugged it). Note there are no toiletries (there is a shampoo and body wash container in the shower but is empty). No alcohol or extra tissues were provided (given the pandemic). There are a microwave, toaster, and plates, just outside the room. No drinking water was provided. Overall, will definitely stay again (I'm still here as of writing).
To be honest, I had so much expectation with Oriental Legazpi as it is one of the top star hotels in Legazpi. First, they got us in at 2:30PM, that was us asking them if our room is already ready for the third time. Implying that if we did not ask, they wouldn’t let us in. Second, the AC in the room needs to be turned on manually, no remote (so you have to keep standing whenever you need to turn on the AC. Third, the pool was dirty, chairs by the pool are wrecked. Lastly, which is the most disappointing part, the airport shuttle. They forgot our reservation. We were scheduled to be picked by 1:00, around 12:45 no one was asking or calling us, by 1:00pm after asking about the shuttle. The guy said that the van going to the airport has already left. Zoom in the picture of the stairs in the pool
The staff was very professional and helpful 🙂
We were supposed to stay until Monday but we rather head back to manila early sunday afternoon because we were upset about the place. If you guys need specifics I can definitely enumerate it: - They said it is free breakfast but they only gave us 1 sunny side up egg with 3 small pandesals. - The ceiling on our room is dripping, It's bizarre but it's dripping straight on our bed. - They Have wifi but our phones can't search their wifi names. - Since we have our own Comfort Room inside our room we should use the general CR and it was very filthy 🤐 We definitely deserve a refund! Very disappointing!
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My stay was ok, just 2 things, the shower knob is broken and there's no tissues in the toilet.
paid for double bed room in advance, was checked into 2 single bed room because double unavailable. no problem because new room was spacious. I then extended changed room to double bed after 2 nights. discovered cockroaches around bed and under sheets when I went to sleep. was around 1am. receptionist unhelpful in assisting me change rooms. Night staff with her were sleeping and unwilling and reluctant to go upstairs and open door to dormitory so I could move there. she told me each room was full, and dormitory may have people checking in through the night in an attempt to make me stay in the double room with cockroaches. After 3 room changes, during checkout the next morning I forgot I had paid for initial stay and asked balance to pay. I was charged additional fee for dorm and realised when I left I had already paid for all in advance she only needed to check my reservation to see I had paid
/ 10
The room is old, there were falling wood pest on the head part of the bed. We ordered food for lunch but it took almost 1hr to cook and the serving was not worth the price. The room service staff was not doing random rounds on the occupied rooms to offer a room service.
I booked 1 standard room for 4 nights (3 pax). When we arrived, there's this promo (stay for 3 nights and get 4th night for free) but we were not told about it when we inquire via text, call, and PM (messenger). Anyways, the room has 2 double beds. It was spacious and clean. Wifi signal is good. Aircon works well however, the main door's lock is broken. Location is good as It's just one trike away from SM Legazpi and Grand Terminal. By the way, Nanay Nelia (caretaker) was very kind and accommodating. She cooked our breakfast and it was super yummy. Worth the money.
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Creepy atmosphere. No keys given to guest. Smelly CR. And acc to them, the booking through traveloka and agoda are no longer accepted by the hotel. Tho, booked for 3 days and didn't even stay for the whole night, no refund was given or even offered by the Inn. 😔 Really disappointing.
Very accommodating staff! Nice place-amazing village!

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Majestic Mayon Volcano

For years, Albay has been known for being home to the majestic Mayon Volcano.


At A Glance

More than its postcard-perfect backdrop, this peaceful province offers pristine eco-destinations, colorful street festivals, historical landmarks, a relaxed vibe, and the warm welcome of its resilient people.


How to Go

By plane

A 1-hour flight is all you need to get to Albay from Manila. Two airlines, Philippine Airline and Cebu Pacific, offer 6 daily flights to and from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Pasay and Legazpi Airport in Legazpi City, the provincial capital.

By land transportation

Alternatively, you can also choose to take a bus from Cubao or Pasay. While relatively cheaper than buying a plane ticket, the bus ride can take anywhere from 9 to 13 hours.


Getting Around

The most convenient way to get around the province is by renting a private vehicle. But if you really want to immerse yourself in the local scene, you can commute via buses, jeeps, and tricycles. Don’t worry too much about the directions; just ask the locals and they’ll tell you the fastest way to get to where you want to go.


Tourist Attractions

Albay has four tourism circuits that will help you plan a themed vacation featuring nothing but the attractions that will satisfy your interests. The first, Green Lane, highlights eco-destinations, waterfalls, caves, and other natural resources. Blue Lane caters to sea-lovers and watersports enthusiasts. Brown Lane, on the other hand, offers a wealth of cultural attractions such as artworks, handcrafted products, and precious and semi-precious stones. Last but not the least is Gold Lane and its collection of heritage sites and properties.

Our Lady of the Gate Daraga Albay

But if you’re pressed for time and would like to see the best that the province has to offer, then stay in Legazpi City to get an eyeful of the Mayon’s perfect cone. Our Lady of the Gate Parish Church, a top destination that has been declared a National Cultural Treasure, is also a great place for selfies with the lovely volcano. But if you want to recreate the iconic Albay postcard, then head straight for the Cagsawa Ruins.


Top Things to Do

In addition to taking visual mementos of your trip, you should also use the opportunity to enjoy Albay’s natural attractions. Begin by exploring the province’s black sand beaches, particularly Sogod Beach and the ones in Joroan. The volcanic origin of the sand gives these shores their unusual appearance.

Vera Falls Sorsogon

If you wish to add a bit more color to your trip, then try diving or snorkeling. A diving spot just 3 kilometers off Buhatan Beach features sunken Spanish galleons, colorful coral gardens, and curious sea creatures. Albay also has waterfalls where you and your companions can enjoy a refreshing swim. Among those you may want to see are Vera Falls, Busay Falls, and Bugsucan Falls.

Hoyop-Hoyopan Cave

Fret not if you wish for a land-based adventure. There are plenty of places where you can trek, hike, ride ATVs, and go spelunking. Visit Hoyop-Hoyopan and Calabidongan caves in Camalig, Mataas Cave in Cagraray Island, and Cagraray Eco Park in Misibis to see incredible rock formations and thriving flora and fauna. Get a rush of adrenaline by driving an ATV, which you can rent for 45 minutes at 700 PHP. If you want more heart-pounding activities, you can also head to Embarcadero de Legazpi to try out their skywalk, zipline, and wall climbing facilities.


Where to Eat

Pili Nuts

Albay is famous for its fiery cuisine. Among the must-try desserts is the sili (chili pepper) ice cream in 1st Colonial Grill. In addition to sili flavor, the restaurant also carries pili nuts, gabi (taro), malunggay (moringa), and a number of other flavors that will please your discriminating palate. If you have a sweet tooth and a sensitive tongue, then chocolate-coated pili nuts should do the trick.

But before you spoil your appetite by starting on the sweet (and spicy) stuff, make sure you try Albay’s signature dishes. These include fried fish cakes made of sinarapan (Mistichthys luzonensis), longganisa (pork sausage) from Guinobatan, and pinangat, which is a combination of fresh taro leaves and pork/shrimp/crab meat cooked in coconut milk.



Legazpi City offers a long list of bars and restaurants that cater to every budget and all walks of life. You can choose to linger by Embarcadero de Legazpi after sunset to get a glimpse of the city’s best bars. If you want to add a bit of variety to your evening, then head to Quezon Avenue where you have the option of enjoying live music, superb food choices, and cold beer. The cafes and restaurants near Airport Road, on the other hand, offer a quiet, relaxing ambiance.


Where to Stay

A holiday to remember is best spent at the picturesque Misibis Bay, which is probably one of the most popular accommodations in the province. For those who are looking for holiday homes that will fit the budget, there are plenty of midrange and inexpensive hotels in Albay’s capital city.


Travel Tips

  • Remember that the province of Albay covers about 2,500 sq km of land, and it would be a good idea to find an accommodation that’s close to your itinerary or must-see destinations.

  • Next to walking, the cheapest and most convenient way of seeing the most popular tourist attractions in the province is by renting a motorbike or a tricycle.

  • Stay safe when exploring the province’s eco-destinations. Remember to put on sunblock when trekking and to wear a life vest when visiting bodies of water.



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