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"The second largest province in the Philippines is an agricultural heaven with vast fields of rice and corn. One of the top attractions here is the enchanting Dibulo Falls in Dinapigue. You can also check out the town of Palanan and its beautiful Dicotcotan Beach and the mystical Blue Lagoon. There’s also the Abuan River, which flows from the Northern Sierra Madre Mountains."

Popular Isabela Hotels

Maharlika Highway, Malvar, Santiago City, Isabela, Philippines, 3311
Impressive - 8.9 / 10(17)
LOBBY Dreamwave Hotel Ilagan
Pan-Philippine Highway , Ilagan City, Isabela, Philippines, 3300
Convenient - 7.6 / 10(15)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Mango Suites Cauayan
Quezon Street, Brgy Poblacion 1, Cauayan City, Isabela, Philippines, 3305
SWIMMING_POOL Diocita's Hotel - Dubinan
2 Arellano Street, Dubinan East, Santiago City, Isabela, Philippines, 3311
Purok 2, Rizal, Santiago City, Isabela, Philippines, 3311
Maharlika Highway, Barangay Sillawit, Cauayan City, Isabela, Philippines, 3305
Impressive - 8.6 / 10(13)
LOBBY Dreamwave Hotel Santiago
Pan-Philippine Highway corner Four Lanes Street, Santiago City, Isabela, Philippines, 3311
Impressive - 8.4 / 10(31)
Maharlika Highway, San Fermin, Cauayan City, Isabela, Philippines, 3305
Convenient - 8.2 / 10(11)
BEDROOM Mango Suites - Santiago
1 City Road, Barangay Calao East, Santiago City, Isabela, Philippines, 3311
Impressive - 8.8 / 10(12)
BEDROOM Oryza Hotel - Santiago
AH26, Maharlika Highway, Barangay Villasis, Santiago City, Isabela, Philippines, 3311
Impressive - 8.7 / 10(7)
Maharlika Highway, Villasis, Santiago City, Isabela, Philippines, 3311
LOBBY Dreamwave Hotel Roxas
T. Baylon Street, Roxas, Isabela, Philippines, 3320
Convenient - 7.8 / 10(9)
Talavera Compound, Maharlika Highway, San Fermin, Cauayan City, Isabela, Philippines, 3305
Maharlika Highway, San Fermin, Luna, Isabela, Philippines, 3305
LOBBY Suisen Place @ OJC Residences
National Highway, Sinsayon, Santiago City, Isabela, Philippines, 3311
BEDROOM The Blanket Hotel Restaurant & Coffee
Rizal St. corner Taft St. Sta. Barbara, Ilagan City, Isabela, Philippines, 3300
Located in Ilagan, The Blanket Hotel Restaurant & Coffee is a 4-minute drive from Isabela State University and 6 minutes from Queen Isabela Park. This hotel is 4.4 mi (7.1 km) from Isabela Provincial Capitol and 17.4 mi (28 km) from Quirino Community Center.
LOBBY Grand Villa Hotel
Barangay Raniag, Ramon, Isabela, Philippines, 3305
COMMON_SPACE Diocita's Hotel - Annex
Purok 2, Rizal, Santiago City, Isabela, Philippines, 3311
Maharlika Highway, Barangay Antonino, Alicia, Isabela, Philippines, 3306
Convenient - 7.9 / 10(13)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Bilay Makadawi Homestay
Guest Houses
Dicot-Dicotan, Palanan, Baranggay San Isidro, Palanan, Isabela, Philippines, 3300
You'll be on the beach with a stay at Bilay Makadawi Homestay in Palanan.

Guest reviews in Isabela


89 reviews from hotels in Isabela with aggregated rating of 8.3/10.

Review from various users that have stayed in Isabela will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!

Jocelyn S. S.
Dreamwave Hotel Santiago
/ 10
11 Sep 2019
The room was quiet and clean. Service was prompt to grant our requests. Staff was friendly and efficient. Food was Ok and reasonably priced.
Joan Cortez
3K Hotel by Zen
/ 10
21 Mac 2019
My family and I booked 4 rooms in total during our stay. The rooms are clean, food is good and conviniently located, near to food establishments. I would like to note though that the rooms we occupied did not had a hot and cold shower, and drainage was slow.
Richard A.
Dreamwave Hotel Ilagan
/ 10
11 Jun 2019
The hallway was so dark and water is not working - It's all hot.
Angel D. P.
Japi Hotel
/ 10
10 Sep 2019
The room was clean and spacious. They also offer free airport transfer so it became more convenient for us.
Rodney L.
Nick Hotel Alicia
/ 10
24 Sep 2018
Was expecting to have a well rested night after a long day's work unfortunately, they have this Karaoke Friday night where the singers were belting their lungs out. Slept late and had a terrible headache the next morning.
Mango Suites - Santiago
/ 10
29 Okt 2019
No slippers available. My standard matrimonial room didn't have any wardrobe or hook for hanging clothes. Just a low, long table for stuff. But everything else about the room is great. They'll give you two menu options for breakfast. The menu changes everyday. Food tastes great. Staffs are really friendly! 😊
Donna M. U.
Queen Jennifer Hotel Main
/ 10
29 Okt 2017
Need to improve with the lights
Jenina M. M.
Dreamwave Hotel Roxas
/ 10
13 Apr 2018
Cozy. Everything is okay. The staff is easy to talk to. I am staying in a superior room. The bed is quite smaller than I have expected. There is one problem in the toilet, it smells like a canal all over and I just found out that the sink is broken. There is no mini refrigerator inside the room but their minibar is open for 24 hours a day and the hotel is just next to Xentromall (divided by a glass door, refer to the photo) so it is an easy access for food and drinks. The place is also accessible for rides and farmer’s market. I should say, fair price for fair hotel. Giving Dreamwave Hotel Roxas a thumbs up!
Nimfa V.
Oryza Hotel - Santiago
/ 10
28 Nov 2019
Good accommodation except for the shuttle service. The receptionist and driver did not listen to me to leave the hotel by 7am for my 9:15am flight. I arrived late for check-in at Cauayan Airport because we left the hotel at 7:30am.

Most commonly asked questions in Isabela

Where are the best cities to visit in Isabela?

The best cities to visit in Isabela are Roxas, Santiago City, Luna, Cauayan City, Ilagan City, Cordon, Alicia, Delfin Albano, Ramon, Palanan

How many hotels are listed in Isabela?

Currently, there are around 29 hotels that you can book in Isabela


Isabela City

Unravel the beauty that is Isabela City. Fill your head, heart, and memory card with new and unforgettable experiences in the “Queen Province of the Philippines.” This city of islets, surrounded by water, and full of white sand and waterfalls is wonderfully unique in its own right. Make Isabela Province next on your list and you’ll never regret.

Isabela is an agricultural haven and is also known as the “Corn and Rice Granary of the North.” In fact, it has the biggest corn processing facility in Southeast Asia. The province is also home to Magat Dam, a major source of water and power supply of the Northern Luzon. The second largest province in the Philippines may not be a really popular tourist destination, but give Isabela a try and you’ll blame yourself why you haven’t thought of visiting the province anytime sooner.


How to Go

By plane

It is almost effortless to go to Isabela by air these days. If you’re willing to spend a little more, you can take the plane almost any time you want, as major airlines offer flights to the city every day.

By land transportation

Several hours of sitting inside the bus could be an adventure in itself if you’d like it to be. Use the services of trusted bus companies like Victory Liner, Florida Bus, and Five Star Bus. Hop on buses heading to Cauayan, Isabela or Tuguegarao, Cagayan (and get off at Isabela). Travel time would take up to 9 hours.


Getting Around

Getting around the city depends on your itinerary. Their local unique transportation, habal-habal (a motorcycle modified to seat more than two people), is the way to go if you’re just going from one place to another. But a trip to this province wouldn’t be complete without trying any of their offered extreme adventures or enjoying yourself on one of their white-sand beaches, good thing they have also provided affordable boat rides (P100/person) to take you to your destination.


Tourist Attractions

The first thing you definitely have to see in Isabela is the world’s biggest butaka! Butaka means a chair with long arm rest (also known as a rocking chair). The province made the record-breaking one that is 11.6 feet high, 20.8 feet long, and 9.8 feet wide. This Ilagan’s pride just proves why the city is called the “Furniture Capital” of Cagayan Valley, and it helps boost the local tourism industry.

If you want to bask under the sun at a fine beach, head on over to Dicotcotan Beach. It is a 3-kilometer long white beach with rock formations scattered around the area with a vibrant scenery of corals underwater. After that, get closely in touch with nature at the Bonsai Forest. Before going, secure a permit from the LGU.

Isabela Magat Dam

The province of Isabela is not short when it comes to falls. Visit Dibulo Falls, a notable sight throughout the stretch of the Sierra Madre mountain range. Or go to Maconacon Falls. Lastly, don’t forget to check this out and include to your itinerary: Honeymoon Island, Magat Dam, Palanan Rainforest, Sinavulluan Cave, and Mororan River for more.


Top Things to Do    

Feast your eyes with colorful parades, lively music, and tasty delicacies by joining one of Isabela’s festivals, like the Bambanti or Scarecrow Festival (a tribute for the bountiful harvest). The celebration is held yearly every January, so if you want to immerse yourself into some of the country’s fascinating cultural traditions, make sure to not miss this.

Downtown Isabela

You could also stop, stare, and admire the raw beauty of nature. Isabela is the perfect place to go if you’re getting real tired of the crowded and polluted Metro Manila, as it is the epitome of a breathtaking countryside.


Isabela Palanan River

Enjoy their various falls, rivers, valleys, and beaches. In addition, if you’re up for it, dare to try the extreme adventures the city has to offer, like white water rafting in Abuan River and take a shot at the country’s fastest zipline, the Ilagan Sanctuary zipline which runs at about 85 kilometers per hour.


Where to Eat

Are you still familiar with the barter system? It is a method where goods and services are directly exchanged for other goods or services without using a medium of exchange, such as money. Today, it is still practiced by the local tribe of Isabela called the Dumagats. Before your trip, make sure that you bring at least two cans of sardines with you, as you can trade them with freshly caught lobsters with the locals.

Isabela Pancit Cabagan

Also, don’t forget to try their famous provincial dish, pancit cabagan. Josie’s Panciteria and Restaurant, located along Maharlika Highway, is known to serve the best pancit in town for a very modest price. You could also visit the Binallay Café and order inatata, which is a native rice cake, and binallay. You will not regret it!



Still up for some party? Have some fun at some of the most-visited hangouts in Isabela, most are situated in Santiago City though. Big Brother’s Grill, for one and a favorite among the locals, has good ambience and good music to match the great food they serve. Or try JB’s RestoBar that also has live bands playing while you enjoy great food with your friends. They are open from 5PM to 3AM.


Where to Stay

There are countless numbers of hotels in Isabela province that are worth your every penny. According to really satisfied customers, the Hotel Andrea is dubbed as the best place to stay in Cagayan Isabela. Or you can also choose the Hotel Amancio and Dreamwave Hotel Ilagan to name a few.


Travel Tips

  • If you’re traveling by land, the 7-to-8-hour bus trip to Isabela is full of zigzag roads. If you have motion sickness, bring a motion sickness medicine with you for a hassle-free travel.

  • The province’s tourism office has a reputation for being friendly, helpful and accommodating, so if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact them.

  • Buy your pasalubong at the Pasalubong Center in San Mateo, where you can buy their standout all-monggo creations. They offer monggo flour, monggo grits, monggo noodles, monggo coffee, monggo polvoron and monggo chips…so many that you wouldn’t run out of options!

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