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"This province in the Visayas region has two major cities: Tacloban and Ormoc. Places of interest include the longest bridge in the country, the San Juanico Bridge, and the Leyte Landing Memorial. Leyte is also known for the amazing stretch of sandbars in Kalanggaman Island and the turquoise waters of Samabawan Island."

Popular Leyte Hotels

LOBBY The Oriental Leyte

The Oriental Leyte

Resorts
Palo, Leyte
Convenient
7.9
(16 Reviews)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Ironwood Hotel

Ironwood Hotel

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.8
(24 Reviews)
BEDROOM Hotel Estrella

Hotel Estrella

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.8
(96 Reviews)
RESTAURANT Hotel XYZ

Hotel XYZ

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.8
(72 Reviews)
BEDROOM Summit Hotel Tacloban

Summit Hotel Tacloban

Hotels
Tacloban City, Leyte
Impressive
8.8
(38 Reviews)
BEDROOM Hacasi Hotel

Hacasi Hotel

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
With a stay at Hacasi Hotel in Tacloban (Downtown Tacloban), you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Tacloban City Hall and Balyuan Amphitheatre. This hotel is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Tacloban City Convention Center and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Robinsons Place Tacloban.
Good
6.7
(11 Reviews)
LOBBY Asia Stars Hotel

Asia Stars Hotel

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Convenient
8.2
(51 Reviews)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Etsu Hotel

Etsu Hotel

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Located in Tacloban (Downtown Tacloban), Etsu Hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Tacloban City Hall and Balyuan Amphitheatre. This hotel is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Tacloban City Convention Center and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Robinsons Place Tacloban.
Convenient
8.0
(27 Reviews)
Others Go Hotels Tacloban

Go Hotels Tacloban

Hotels
Tacloban City, Leyte
Impressive
8.4
(102 Reviews)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Ulding's Hotel

Ulding's Hotel

Hotels
Marasbaras, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.4
(18 Reviews)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING GV Hotel Ormoc

GV Hotel Ormoc

Hotels
Ormoc City, Leyte
Convenient
7.4
(11 Reviews)
LOBBY Hotel Lorenza

Hotel Lorenza

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
EXTERIOR_BUILDING iaLodge

iaLodge

Hotels
Ormoc City, Leyte
With a stay at iaLodge in Ormoc, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Ormoc City Superdome and WWII Veterans' & Centennial Park. This hotel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from SM Center Ormoc and 1 mi (1.6 km) from Philippine-Japan Peace Memorial Park.
Convenient
8.0
(21 Reviews)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Zpad Residences

Zpad Residences

Hotels
Downtown, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.9
(538 Reviews)
LOBBY Basic Rooms Hotel

Basic Rooms Hotel

Hotels
Tacloban City, Leyte
Convenient
7.1
(61 Reviews)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Loft Hotel

The Loft Hotel

Hotels
Marasbaras, Tacloban City
Impressive
8.8
(53 Reviews)
BEDROOM Asia Novo Boutique Hotel - Ormoc

Asia Novo Boutique Hotel - Ormoc

Hotels
Ormoc City, Leyte
Convenient
7.8
(35 Reviews)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Bayview Inn

Bayview Inn

Homestays
Ormoc City, Leyte
Good
6.7
(10 Reviews)
COMMON_SPACE Hotel El Ranilo

Hotel El Ranilo

Homestays
Tacloban City, Leyte
Convenient
7.6
(17 Reviews)
LOBBY RQS Hostel

RQS Hostel

Guest Houses
Tacloban City, Leyte
Impressive
8.7
(27 Reviews)
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Facts about Leyte

Total Accommodation
78 Properties
Popular City
Tacloban City, Ormoc City
Popular Hotel
The Oriental Leyte, Ironwood Hotel
Popular Landmark
Ormoc Airport (OMC), Tacloban City Hall

Guest reviews in Leyte

8.7
Impressive
2,120 reviews from hotels in Leyte with aggregated rating of 8.7/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Leyte will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Morexette M. E.
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1 Feb 2022
Exceeded my expectations. Staff is really hospitable and accommodating. Location is great.
Miguel L.
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28 Sep 2019
No toothbrush and toothpaste. No slippers.
Chito C. P.
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31 May 2019
It's a welcome surprise to see Hotels of this kind in Tacloban. Thanks Hotel Estrella for the warm hospitality.
Justine Z.
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5 Jan 2020
Staff were very friendly and also willing to assist me in carrying my things. The rooms were clean.
julian a.
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11 Oct 2019
nice place! kids also enjoyed the pool. very accommodating staff. affordable hotel with great experience! two thumbs up!
Sammy l.
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15 Jan 2020
Small room and bed. Shower door not closing . Trash on top of cabinet . Good breakfast personel helpful
Yonsh B. A.
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1 Aug 2022
Dusty Room, dusty bed, no warm shower, parking was not very convenient, air-conditioning unit not cold.

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About

San Juanico Bridge

Move over, Boracay Island. Leyte's pristine beaches are here to take the spotlight. So if you’re itching for a new adventure to fine beaches, put Leyte next on your list.

The city of Leyte is more than just the San Juanico Bridge and the McArthur Shrine. It is one of the country’s most historic provinces in the country. For one, during the world war II, General McArthur, accompanied by former president of the Philippines, Sergio Osmena and Gen. Carlos Garcia, landed at Palo, Leyte to recover the country from the Japanese. At the present time, it is now quickly becoming a lovely haven and a postcard-perfect island that you should visit and explore.  

 

How to Go

By plane

If you're going in Leyte for a limited time, traveling by air is the most practical. Major airlines like Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines offer flights to the province every day via the

in Tacloban.

By boat/ferry

It is much easier to go to Leyte by sea, unlike other destinations, because major ports are located on both north (Tacloban City) and south (Ormoc City) of the province. Small ports are also located in Palompon, San Isidro, Bato, Hilongos and Baybay City.

By land transportation

Leading bus companies like Philtranco and Victory Liner in Cubao and Pasay City offers daily trips to Leyte. Travel time would take up to 27 hours. Bus fare is around P1,600. Make sure to visit their websites to check the seat availability or to see if there are any fare changes so you wouldn’t have any troubles at the terminal.

 

Getting Around

Leyte's main attractions are the beautiful islands and white sand beaches, and to get there you'll need to get in a van (just ask for directions to the van terminal) and ride one of those habal-habal (a modified tricycle for rent).

 

Tourist Attractions

MacArthur Landing Memorial Park

There are a lot of underrated tourist attractions in Leyte, so you'll not run out of places to go to on your visit. Remember the iconic words, “I shall return” by General MacArthur? Well, you could find the lagoon where his life-size statue is built at the MacArthur Landing Memorial National Park in Red Beach, Palo. You should also pass through San Juanico Bridge, which connects the provinces of Samar and Leyte. It is considered the longest bridge in the Philippines so you should definitely try that experience.

 

Top Things to Do

Kalanggaman Island

The province of Leyte is an impeccable choice for nature and adventure lovers. As such, visit

and Tinago Falls when you plan your trip. Kalanggaman Island's fine white sand will leave you in awe and will remind you of a virgin Boracay Island. Do things you never get to do every day like kayaking, snorkeling, aqua-biking, camping, and even just plain old swimming.

Tinago Falls

The Tinago Falls, on the other hand, is a clear picture of tranquility. If you're not really into extreme activities, you could go here and watch as the water falls to the natural pool and listen to the sound of the birds and the splashing water.

 

Where to Eat

Keep in mind that if you're heading to one of Leyte's breathtaking beaches, you are supposed to bring your own food because there are no restaurants on the island. However, if you are on the mainland and have some time to treat yourself, then you're in for a treat.

Rum Ribs

Mexican Restaurant Sunzibar is known to serve the best ribs in town, the Rum Ribs. The dish comes with two glasses of iced tea, salad, and rice, and serves up to four people. You could also try their Beef Nachos, Tuna Pesto Pasta, and Bangus with Hummus. They sure know how to keep their customers satisfied.

Of course, there's always room for dessert. For luscious specialty cakes, great coffee, free wi-fi and cool ambiance, visit Jose Karlo Coffee along Juan Luna Street. Their Carrot Cake is definitely a must-try.

 

Nightlife

In an island this serene, it is almost impossible to ask for more. Since it is advisable to bring your own tent while staying on the island, you and your friends could try to spend the night huddled around a bonfire, drink and talk about life with the sound of the waves and the stars in the sky keeping you company.

 

Where to Stay

If you're staying the night on the island, you would have to bring your own tent since there's no hotel in there. The Hinablayan Outdoor Shop (located right in front of Palompon Tourism Office) rents two-person tents for P250/night, and four-person tents for P300/night. You only have to deposit P200 and a valid ID first then you're good to go.

 

Travel Tips

  • Do not leave the mainland without buying any food, water, and drinking supplies. There are no restaurants on the island.

  • The best time to visit Kalanggaman Island is anytime from October to June, for there are fewer chances of rainfall and typhoons during these months.

  • There are different overnight camping rates and day tour rates for different people. For example, as of February 20, 2016, day tour rates for international tourists is P500, while local tourists only pay for P150, and college tourists only shell out P40. In this case, it is advisable to get in touch with the province's tourism office for the updated prices.

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