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"Located in Western Visayas, Capiz is rich in history and natural wonders. Start your day by checking out some of the famous landmarks like the Panublion Museum, which was a huge water tank built in 1910. The capital of Capiz, Roxas City, is also dubbed as the “Seafood Capital of the Philippines” so make sure to drop by Baybay Beach for fresh and mouth-watering seafood dishes. Dive enthusiasts can also go to Mantalinga Island."

Popular Capiz Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING Espacio Verde Resort

Espacio Verde Resort

Resorts
Roxas City, Capiz
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BEDROOM Hotel Veronica

Hotel Veronica

Hotels
Lawa-an, Roxas City
Impressive
8.6
(48 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Urban Manor Hotel

Urban Manor Hotel

Hotels
Lawa-an, Roxas City
Convenient
8.2
(21 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL San Antonio Resort

San Antonio Resort

Resorts
Baybay, Roxas City
Impressive
8.5
(47 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Residencia De Capiz

Residencia De Capiz

Hotels
Roxas City, Capiz
Impressive
9.0
(17 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Roxas President's Inn

Roxas President's Inn

Hotels
Roxas City, Capiz
Impressive
8.3
(12 Reviews)
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BEDROOM RedDoorz @ Lawaan Roxas City

RedDoorz @ Lawaan Roxas City

Hotels
Lawa-an, Roxas City
Impressive
8.6
(13 Reviews)
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BEDROOM RedDoorz @ Kilometer 1 Roxas City

RedDoorz @ Kilometer 1 Roxas City

Hotels
Lawa-an, Roxas City
Convenient
7.2
(9 Reviews)
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LOBBY RedDoorz Plus @ San Roque Roxas City

RedDoorz Plus @ San Roque Roxas City

Hotels
Roxas City, Capiz
Impressive
8.7
(22 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Pete's Inn

Pete's Inn

Guest Houses
Roxas City, Capiz
With a stay at Pete's Inn in Roxas City, you'll be a 4-minute walk from Manuel Roxas Ancestral House and 7 minutes by foot from Immaculate Conception Metropolitan Cathedral. This guesthouse is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Dinggoy Roxas Civic Center and 0.8 mi (1.4 km) from Moro Tower.
Convenient
8.1
(56 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Asia Novo Boutique Hotel - Roxas

Asia Novo Boutique Hotel - Roxas

Hotels
Roxas City, Capiz
Convenient
7.7
(40 Reviews)
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LOBBY Urban Manor Hotel Annex

Urban Manor Hotel Annex

Hotels
Lawa-an, Roxas City
Convenient
7.5
(38 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING MVW Restaurant and Tourist Inn

MVW Restaurant and Tourist Inn

Hostels
Roxas City, Capiz
Impressive
8.7
(7 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Wallabies Hotel

Wallabies Hotel

Hotels
Roxas City, Capiz
Convenient
7.7
(27 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Capiz Bay Resort

Capiz Bay Resort

Resorts
Roxas City, Capiz
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Happy Hearts Drive Inn

Happy Hearts Drive Inn

Hotels
Baybay, Roxas City
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Roxas Midtown Hotel

Roxas Midtown Hotel

Hotels
Roxas City, Capiz
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LOBBY Crowne Heritage Hotel

Crowne Heritage Hotel

Hotels
Roxas City, Capiz
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RESTAURANT Plaza Central Inn

Plaza Central Inn

Hostels
Roxas City, Capiz
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LOBBY Capiz Lodge

Capiz Lodge

Hostels
Roxas City, Capiz
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Facts about Capiz

Total Accommodation
37 Properties
Popular City
Roxas City, Pilar
Popular Hotel
Espacio Verde Resort, Hotel Veronica
Popular Landmark
Filamer Christian University, Roxas Airport (RXS)

Guest reviews in Capiz

8.1
Convenient
160 reviews from hotels in Capiz with aggregated rating of 8.1/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Capiz will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Chan W. S. C.
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15 Sep 2019
Rooms exactly as described. Good value, with en suite toilet, although a shower wasn't provided (you had to scoop water from a pail instead). Had facilities to make your own beverage, if you don't want to order from their restaurant. Lots of space to dry your laundry too in the lawn. Location was a little seedy, though, slightly off centre, along a dark and unlit road by the river.
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Mudhi A Almudhi
7 Feb 2020
The room is not the same level as mentioned in web site. First there was no hot water when I come, it was fix later when I complain. The room is so dirty the cockroaches every where in the room I have complained but no action has been taken even in the the restaurant toilet has a lot of cockroaches, room is noisy I can heard the people down stair, no refrigerator in the room. The only good in this hotel only location only it is near Robson mall. The staff is friendly. I will not stay again. I'm totally not satisfied.i can give one star to this hotel.
Caryl C. H.
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9 Mar 2020
Nice room, it’s just that the room needs to be sprayed with insecticide since there are a number of mosquitoes flying around. Had to borrow a mosquito zapper from the front desk. Breakfast was great. Would still recommend and will surely be back soon.
thyra j. c.
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24 Jun 2022
Good location but the staff was not that helpful. Also, there were some garbage left by previous occupants.
Michelle U.
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21 Sep 2019
Your staffs are friendly. But, your amenities are so embarrassing. Restroom door is in poor condition. Room floor tiles are broken. Room is not sound proofed. I heard the noise of the near rooms and even the walkways. Room smell is not pleasant.. Stairway lights are so deem. Kindly fix all maintenance issues in your annex building.
Pamela L.
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5 May 2019
Not good hotel, even tissue they don't have.
Jeziel E. V.
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16 Jan 2020
Room was larger than expected. Beds were comfortable. Shower and aircon worked well. Staff friendly and efficient at check in and check out. Unfortunately, the entrance was hidden from the main street - you go through what appears to be an alleyway - the main entrance being at the end of this alleyway. Overall, very good for a one night stay.
Zhijian Z.
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10 Jan 2020
The hotel price is expensive...they have no face towel..no toothbrush and toothpaste...can’t cook the hot water....
Raquel J.
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27 Oct 2019
We had a pleasant stay. Our Residencia room is so huge. It's like a home away from home. The staff are so helpful and accommodating.
Arlan R.
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12 Aug 2019
It was a relaxing night, though the location is quite far from the city center but if you want to stay near a mall and some decent restaurants it is indeed a great place. The ambiance is so honey that you thought you are in a vacation.

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Most commonly asked questions in Capiz

What are the best areas to visit near Capiz?

If you are in Capiz, you can also visit Roxas City, President Roxas, Pontevedra, Ivisan, Panitan, Sigma, Cuartero, Pilar, Dumarao, Panay

What are the most recommended regions to be visited beside Capiz?

You can visit and enjoy your staycation in these popular regions such as Batangas, Laguna, Cebu, Bulacan, La Union, Bataan, Cavite, Bohol, Pampanga, Iloilo.

How many hotels are listed in Capiz?

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

About

In addition to its impressive seaside feasts, Capiz in Panay Island presents its visitors with a unique blend of culture, history, and spirituality. The province is known as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines, but it also offers plenty of attractions for all types of tourists. Here, it’s only too easy to free your mind and go wherever your feet will take you — be it a restaurant in Roxas City, a street in a charming seaside municipality, up the mountains, inside a cave, or beside tranquil beaches and isolated coves.

 

At A Glance

What does it take to earn the title "Seafood Capital of the Philippines" in an archipelagic country surrounded by rich waters? Capiz, for one, offers an endless supply of freshly caught seafood throughout the year. But marine creatures are more than just food here. They are also closely tied to the province’s culture and history. Capiz takes its name after the translucent outer shell of the Placuna placenta or windowpane oyster. Aside from capiz production, the province has churches made of coral blocks, festivals that celebrate bountiful catches and harvests, and dive sites that captivate local and international divers alike. In addition to its beaches, Capiz also has numerous caves, nature parks, gardens, waterfalls, islands, fish and mussel farms, and camp sites.

 

How to Go

By plane

From Manila, the most convenient way to get to Capiz is by taking a 45-minute flight to Roxas Airport in Roxas City.

By boat/ferry

There are also roll-on, roll-off (RORO) buses/ferries from Manila bound for Culasi Port in Roxas City. This service is offered by both 2GO Travel and Supper Shuttle RORO several times every week.

 

Getting Around

Tricycles are the main mode of transportation in Capiz. However, you can also opt to take a taxi around Roxas City or to any of the province’s 16 municipalities.

 

Tourist Attractions

If you’re in Roxas City to commune with nature, then you should spend a day exploring the eco parks in the area. Take the Cadimahan River Tour where you can enjoy a refreshing boat ride through mangrove forests and share stories with the local fisher folk. You can also visit Culajao Mangrove Eco Park, a 4.69-hectare mangrove reservation zone, and Palina Greenbelt Eco Park. Then, cap your day with a satisfying meal at Roxas City Seafood Plaza, where you can feel the cool sea breeze while feasting on grilled oysters and squids.

There is also an abundance of beaches in the province. Baybay Beach is the most popular destination in Roxas City, but you can also try staying near the black sand Buntod Beach in Panay, which is said to be the cleanest in the province. If you’re into exploring caves, then you’re in for a treat. Kipot Cave in Mambusao, Balisong Cave in Pilar, Suhot Cave and Spring in Dumalag, and Suhoton Caves in Jamindan are just a few of the sites you can visit for a spelunking session.

For holidays that call for historical or educational destinations, you can drop by the birthplace of former president Manuel L. Roxas, The Panubli-on (Roxas City Museum), and the imposing Roxas City Bridge. There are also remarkable churches in the province, such as the grand Santa Monica Parish Church in Panay and the imposing St. Martin of Tours Parish Church in Dumalag.

 

Top Things to Do

Eating should be on the top of your activity list when in the Seafood Capital of the Philippines. Once you’ve had your fill of the savory grilled dishes served at Roxas City Seafood Plaza, then it’s time to pack your swimwear and head for the water. There is no lack of beaches and dive sites here for those inclined to get wet. If you’re planning on heading inland, make sure you still have a change of clothes with you as Capiz has plenty of falls, caves, and eco parks where you can go spelunking, hiking, and swimming.

 

Where to Eat

It’s pretty easy to get a taste of Capiz’s famed seafood at Roxas City Seafood Plaza. Prawns, mud crabs, shellfish — name it, it’s here.  Whether your meal is smoked, grilled, fried, steamed, stewed, or raw is totally up to you, too. The only concern now is which dishes to taste before your tummy runs out of space. Among the must-try dishes while in the area are steamed diwal (angel wing clams), fresh oysters, and scallops cooked in butter and garlic sauce.

 

Nightlife

The provincial capital, Roxas City, is still pretty upbeat even after sundown. If you wish to enjoy cold drinks and good food in the company of pleasant folks, stroll along Arnaldo Boulevard and find a pub, bar, or club that fits your mood for the evening.

 

Where to Stay

Travelers on a shoestring budget are sure to find an affordable hotel in Capiz, as the province has a lot of no-frills accommodations. San Antonio Resort offers a long list of amenities and a location near the beach and the airport. You can also stay at Roxas President's Inn or Asia Novotel Hotel if you want a room right in the middle of the city.

 

Travel Tips

  • Remember that eating raw oysters has its risks. If you’re allergic to seafood or if you have a sensitive stomach, make sure that you always bring your meds with you.

  • Waterproof your gadgets if your itinerary includes islands, rivers, waterfalls, caves, or fish farms.

  • Capiz beaches have gray sand that can get quite hot, especially on sunny days. Bring slippers or water shoes to protect your feet when you take a stroll along the beach.

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