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"Ilocos Norte has a lot to offer for every type of traveler. This region features the manmade marvels of St. Agustine’s Church and the Sinking Bell Tower. Other natural wonders to see are the majesty of Saud Beach and the Paoay Sand Dunes to name a few."

Popular Ilocos Norte Hotels

SWIMMING_POOL Hannah's Beach Resort and Convention Center

Hannah's Beach Resort and Convention Center

Sitio Malingay, Barangay Balaoi , Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2919
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Pagudpud Rinnovati Beach Resort

Pagudpud Rinnovati Beach Resort

Burayoc Point, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2919
LOBBY Palm Grove Saud Holiday Complex

Palm Grove Saud Holiday Complex

Sitio Jupiter, Barangay Saud, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2919

Bridgeview Inn

48-B Barangay Cabungaan, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2900
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Gertes Resort Hotel & Restaurant

Gertes Resort Hotel & Restaurant

Barangay Balatong, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2900

Viven Hotel

3rd Floor, 365 Plaza, Valdez Center, San Nicolas, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2901
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Playa Tropical Resort Hotel

Playa Tropical Resort Hotel

Barangay Victoria, Currimao, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2903

AA Travellers Pad

Mc Kinley Street, City Proper, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2900
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Kingfisher Sand Sea Surf Resort

Kingfisher Sand Sea Surf Resort

Sitio Aprot, Barangay Caparispisan, Caparispisan, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2919

Java Hotel

Brgy. 55-B Salet, Gen. Segundo Avenue, , Salet-Bulangon, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2900
BEDROOM Terra Rika Beach and Dive Resort

Terra Rika Beach and Dive Resort

Brgy. Burayoc, Saud White Beach Cove, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2919
SWIMMING_POOL Rivermount Hotel and Resort

Rivermount Hotel and Resort

Barangay 18 San Isidro, Sarrat, Laoag City, Sarrat, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 1700
BEDROOM Kastilyo de Ilocos Tourist Inn and Villas

Kastilyo de Ilocos Tourist Inn and Villas

Barangay 48-A, Cabungaan, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2900

UKL Ever Resort Hotel

Airport Road, Barangay 46, Nalbo, Laoag City Proper, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2900
LOBBY Hotel Tiffany Laoag

Hotel Tiffany Laoag

Gen Segundo Avenue (formerly Bacarra Road) corner M.H. del Pilar Street, Laoag City Proper, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2900
EXTERIOR_BUILDING North Shores Beach Resort

North Shores Beach Resort

Barangay Victoria, Currimao, Currimao, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2903

VYBE Hotel

Barangay 55 A Barit, General Segundo Avenue, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2900
VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Hannah's Beach Resort Premier Suites Annex

Hannah's Beach Resort Premier Suites Annex

Sitio Malingay, Barangay Balaoi, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2919
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Fort Ilocandia Resort Hotel

Fort Ilocandia Resort Hotel

Barangay 37 Calayab, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2900

Surfville Resort

Sitio Malingay, Barangay Balaoi , Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, 2919

Guest reviews in Ilocos Norte

839 reviews from hotels in Ilocos Norte with aggregated rating of 7.8/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Ilocos Norte will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Observe cleanliness. The construction is still on going so it is not safe for people travelling with kids.
The best aspect of this hotel is its friendly staff and of course the pool. The food is also affordable and almost everything that you need is already here. So it's a really good place to relax after traveling for hours just to reach Pagudpud.
The hotel is really outdated the lights in the room was very dim when we checked in there was no towels and robes even the blankets when we requested they told us the bed sheets was the blanket. Also the bed sheets was really old there are a lot of holes, ripped. The flush in the toilet bowl was not working properly even the shower head was broken. The place also was far from the tourists attractions and there we're no restaurants or stores nearby. The complimentary breakfast also doesn't tastes good with limited choices. The only thing that we enjoyed was the beachfront other than that we will not go back again on this hotel.
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We were not able to stay at west gate. When we called them to tell that we are on the way. They said that they were already fully booked and they cannot accommodate us. Bad customer service.
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Room is not clean, there’s a big cockroach just as we entered the room. Bathroom is not well lighted, bath towels have unpleasant stains and the bedsheets felt like it is already used. Unapproachable and not accommodation staffs and most of all I booked a room with cabled tv which we can’t use.
The hotel is far from downtown so if you need to buy something or go to the city center, you have to pay P15 for the tricycle ride going to downtown and when coming back, drivers will charge you anywhere from P50 to P80. The aircon remote did not work at first so they need to replace it. My room was located near the area where there is noise from a machine (for the electricity or the pool). Wifi is spotty and my calls are chappy inside the room. Breakfast is so-so although the staff was accommodating enough of my breakfast request. The front desk staff needs to be also knowledgeable and helpful when guests will ask them what transportation should we ride if we want to go further north to Pagudpud and which is fastest (van or bus).
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Had a nice stay at this hotel, with its spacious rooms and well-appointed interiors. The bathroom was clean with functioning hot/cold shower. Admittedly having a gas station in front was a bit distracting but you immediately get over it once you're inside. The gasoline smell does not last as well. Food was good and reasonably priced. Small but well-maintained pool. Another plus was allowing us to have early check-in and late checkout. Gym was ok but some equipment need servicing and maybe a little bit more ventilation in the area. Would suggest to put in a ramp though if an elevator is not possible.
The hotel is best for staycation and when you want to reflect without disturbance from gadgets of any form. First, it is located near the far end of Blue Lagoon area and second, the wifi is so very spotty and the cable channels were nil so I was forced to watch my own movie using the USB port of the TV. The staff were accommodating and even upgraded my room during the 2nd and 3rd day of my stay since I complained of the hot air coming from the aircon of the first room assigned to me. The only funny thing is that even if the room is good for two, there is only one cup/saucer but two glasses (at my first room) and there is only one glass but two cups/saucers (at the upgraded room). The food is kinda pricey (almost equivalent to Manila prices) and the taste not so extraordinary. Their free breakfast tasted bland so I did not bother to avail of it on my last day.

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Pagudpud Arch

Also known as Ilocandia, this province in the North is a site of old churches, windmills, and highways where you can bask in the beautiful view of the sea while driving. It is a long way to go to but once you are there, it is definitely worth it.

Ilocos Norte, a wonder in Northern Philippines, for it is a region overflowing with history, sceneries and delicacies. Aside from being where the former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos came from, this region boasts of its natural wonders, its so-called thrifty but kind people, and its infrastructures. If you are on a mission to go to the best places in the Philippines, this should be on your list.


How to Go   

By plane

The fastest way to get to Ilocos Norte is by flight from Manila to Laoag which usually takes just 45 minutes. There are flights daily so you can practically go anytime you want to. From the airport, you can either take a jeepney or a tricycle to get to Laoag City proper.

By boat/ferry

Although Ilocos Norte has the Currimao Seaport, such is still not operational to welcome passenger boats, making the region currently inaccessible by sea to the public.

By land transportation

Several public bus lines like Partas, Fariñas, Florida, and RCJ, have daily trips from their terminals in Cubao or Pasay to Laoag in Ilocos Norte. The trip takes 8-10 hours which can still be relaxing given the buses are air-conditioned.  You can also travel on your own car which will take a bit longer because of the necessary stops you need to have to rest yourself and your car.


Getting Around

Traveling between the cities and towns of Ilocandia, say from Laoag to Pagudpud, can be done by riding a bus or a van. Going around a city or municipality of the region, like Paoay, is popularly done by riding tricycles. There are tricycle tours available for tourists. You can also choose to walk around if you are visiting spots near to each other.


Tourist Attractions

Ilocos Bangui Wind Mills

Who says sunsets and sunrise are only beautiful on the beach? Watch one at the background of the Bangui Wind Mills, 20 huge wind turbines facing the Bangui Bay, and be captivated more than you ever had been before.

Enjoy a panoramic view of the coast when you climb up the Cape Bojeador Lighthouse. It is an old Spanish lighthouse built on a hill facing the South China Sea.

For the old and majestic infrastructures in Ilocos Norte, visit the Paoay Church which is made of coral bricks and a UN Heritage World Site; as well as the Malacañang of the North which used to belong to the infamous Marcos family.


Top Things to Do

Blue Lagoon Ilocos

Take adventure rides in Ilocos Norte by driving a 4x4 across the Ilocos Sand Dunes (also known as Lapaz Sand Dunes), or by riding the waves on a surfing board in the Blue Lagoon, or by driving slowly along the Patapat Viaduct to take in the scenic view along that highway.

Kabigan Waterfalls

Exercise yourself with some trekking to visit and bathe in the site of Pagudpud waterfalls and Kabigan waterfalls; or with some kayaking at the Bislak River.

Have some nature immersion along with a photography session at the Kapurpurawan Rock Formation in Burgos. You can also enjoy the nature in Paoay Lake National Park where you can do bird-watching, boating and bamboo-rafting.


Where to Eat

Bagnet Ilocadia

Try the Ilocano favorites crispy bagnet (deep-fried pork belly), poqui poqui (egg, eggplant, tomatoes and onions) and pinakbet (assorted vegetables sautéed in fermented fish paste) at La Preciosa in Laoag City.

The pinakbet pizza of Herencia Café in  Paoay as well as the empanada of Dap-ayan are necessary gastronomic experience when you visit Ilocandia.

Other popular restaurants are Kangkang Restaurant in Bangui and Johnny Moon in Laoag.



Evenings in Ilocos Norte can be spent relaxingly in any of the coffee shops scattered in the region, such as Cafe Ilocandia in Laoag City, Tribeca Café in San Nicolas and Rufino’s Cafe in Paoay.


Where to Stay

Visitors of Ilocos Norte have two options when it comes to accommodations, hotels or homestays. In the area of Saud Beach and Blue Lagoon, homestays abound such as Cathy’s Home Stay. There are budget hotels like Texicano Hotel in Laoag. There are also fancy resort hotels like Fort Ilocandia Hotel and Resort in Laoag and Kapuluan Vista Resort in Pagudpud.


Travel Tips

  • Don’t forget to buy pasalubong (souvenirs), especially Ilocano delicacies like longaniza and embutido!

  • Bring a small bag that you can carry around as you tour the region, while leaving behind in your accommodation, or in a Savemore package counter, your bigger bags.

  • Dress lightly but always bring a thin sweater during cooler months or umbrellas and any other protective garment during the rainy months.

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