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"If your idea of paradise is sun, sea, and sand, then you’re in for an absolute treat. Known as the “Jewel of Negros,” Sipalay is abundant with beautiful beaches, waterfalls, and beautiful coral reefs. A trip the gorgeous Manjuyod Sandbar for a once in a lifetime experience is not to be missed."

Popular Negros Occidental Hotels

BEDROOM Seda Capitol Central

Seda Capitol Central

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Bacolod City, Bacolod
Impressive
8.9
(46 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Lakawon Island Resort and Spa

Lakawon Island Resort and Spa

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Lakawon Island, Cadiz City
Convenient
7.1
(47 Reviews)
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LOBBY OYO 543 Negrense Suites

OYO 543 Negrense Suites

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Downtown, Bacolod City
Convenient
7.9
(45 Reviews)
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BEDROOM The Suites at Calle Nueva

The Suites at Calle Nueva

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Downtown, Bacolod City
Impressive
9.0
(179 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Avenue Suites

Avenue Suites

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Bacolod City, Bacolod
Impressive
8.4
(119 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Circle Inn Hotel and Suites

Circle Inn Hotel and Suites

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Villamonte, Bacolod City
Impressive
8.3
(100 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Hostelry

The Hostelry

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Bacolod City, Bacolod
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LOBBY Goldenfield Kundutel Bacolod

Goldenfield Kundutel Bacolod

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Singcang, Bacolod City
Impressive
8.3
(63 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Luxur Place

Luxur Place

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Singcang, Bacolod City
Impressive
8.3
(20 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Go Hotels Bacolod

Go Hotels Bacolod

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Mandalagan, Bacolod City
Impressive
8.4
(208 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING MO2 Westown - Mandalagan

MO2 Westown - Mandalagan

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Bacolod City, Bacolod
Impressive
8.4
(31 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING LOC Residences Inn

LOC Residences Inn

Hotels
Bacolod City, Bacolod
Impressive
8.3
(11 Reviews)
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BEDROOM The White Hotel Bacolod - Burgos by HometownPH

The White Hotel Bacolod - Burgos by HometownPH

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Villamonte, Bacolod City
Impressive
8.9
(32 Reviews)
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BEDROOM Hometown Hotel Lacson Bacolod

Hometown Hotel Lacson Bacolod

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Bacolod City, Bacolod
Convenient
7.9
(121 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING OYO 550 East View Hotel

OYO 550 East View Hotel

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Villamonte, Bacolod City
Convenient
8.2
(44 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Bell Hotel

The Bell Hotel

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Downtown, Bacolod City
Impressive
8.5
(317 Reviews)
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Sipalay Jamont Hotel

Sipalay Jamont Hotel

Hotels
Sipalay City, Negros Occidental
Convenient
8.1
(24 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Caribbean WaterPark & Resotel

Caribbean WaterPark & Resotel

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Singcang, Bacolod City
Convenient
7.5
(14 Reviews)
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LOBBY Cakefully Yours Hotel

Cakefully Yours Hotel

Hotels
Bacolod City, Bacolod
Impressive
8.7
(13 Reviews)
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LOBBY Ong Bun Pension House Bacolod

Ong Bun Pension House Bacolod

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Downtown, Bacolod City
Convenient
7.7
(291 Reviews)
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Facts about Negros Occidental

Total Accommodation
114 Properties
Popular City
Sipalay City, Cauayan
Popular Hotel
Seda Capitol Central, Lakawon Island Resort and Spa
Popular Landmark
Bacolod City Domestic Airport (BCD), Negros Museum

Guest reviews in Negros Occidental

8.1
Convenient
3,238 reviews from hotels in Negros Occidental with aggregated rating of 8.1/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Negros Occidental will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
Dina M.
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14 Nov 2021
Lowest priced when I searched here in the app. Spacious room and large bed. Lots of lighting, dresser, coffee/reading table set. Though you would know that the hotel has aged but with the price you pay its a bargain. Its also in the heart of central bacolod.
Sheena M. G.
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16 Jan 2023
When I got there, there was a electrical interruption (brown out). They also said that smoking is prohibited but neighbors from near rooms are puffing cigarettes. This is hard for me since I can't sleep while smelling the smoke coming in my room.
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April Asuncion Pabulayan
11 Jun 2022
The place is just next to Rob Bacolod. They have spacious parking. It 's in the city so it 's accessible to most places to visit in Bacolod. Staff are ALL welcoming and friendly! If I could give 10 stars, I would!
Audris A. M. C.
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21 Jun 2022
Friendly & helpful staff, good location, and nice place to stay.
Kendra S. L. M.
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21 Oct 2019
It is an old building and it looks haunted. There is also more than an hour when there is loss in power and I had to shower in the dark because I had to leave at that moment.
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Marie Angelique Nadala
20 Nov 2019
The worst. Dont be fooled by the photos posted. It's the complete opposite when you get to the place.
Beverly G.
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22 Oct 2022
The hotel is simple, the room is may of plywood, there is a bar restaurant at the bottom of the hotel. Beside the hotel there is a coffee shop names is Tom and toms.
Chim D. B. C.
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15 Apr 2022
Ameneties such as gym and swimming are not inlcuded in my booking through online however, if you book personally at the hotel you get to avail those.
Ann B. C.
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22 Mar 2021
Kudos to traveloka and circle inn ❤️
Junry M. E.
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30 Dec 2019
Got a bad experience with the security guard who seemed very rude when asked where to park my car. He was very unprofessional. He should learn how to deal with guests even if he's under pressure. The whole experience was good, though. The hotel staff was very accommodating, the room was clean, and it's very accessible.

Most commonly asked questions in Negros Occidental

What are the best areas to visit near Negros Occidental?

What are the most recommended regions to be visited beside Negros Occidental?

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 Negros Occidental?

Currently, there are around 114 hotels that you can book in Negros Occidental

About

What started out as the realm of the sugar barons of the Philippines is now a playground for you to discover. From heritage sites to natural wonders, this province has a lot to offer. So pack your bags now and explore Negros Occidental!

 

At A Glance

Nicknamed the “Sugar Bowl of the Philippines,” Negros Occidental has a rich, colorful history. After all, the province is responsible for producing half of the sugar consumed in the Philippines; at the industry’s peak, it even exported sugar to the United States. This led to very prosperous times for the landlords in the province, who owned the sugar fields. In turn, these hacienderos were responsible for constructing palatial houses that are now some of the province’s top tourist draws; lavish balls and parties were thrown at these mansions.

While the crash of the sugar market in the 1980s severely threated the province’s fortunes, this didn’t dampen the fun-loving Negrense spirit. In fact, it even led to the establishment of the Masskara Festival in Bacolod City, now one of the most popular fiestas in the Philippines.

 

How to Go

By plane

The province of Negros Occidental is served by the Silay-Bacolod International Airport, located 15 km of Bacolod City. Flights to and from Manila are available daily; this route is serviced by both Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific.

By boat/ferry

Those coming from other parts of the Visayas can reach Negros Occidental by boat. One popular option is the Bacolod-Iloilo route, which takes about an hour one-way. There is also a port at San Carlos City, which is part of several Ro-Ro routes.

By land transportation

The Bacolod-Dumaguete bus route passes through most of the municipalities and cities in Negros Occidental. This route is primarily serviced by Ceres Bus Lines, which offers both air-conditioned and ordinary (no air-conditioning) buses.

 

Getting Around

Jeepneys, shuttle vans, and buses are the main forms of transportation across Negros Occidental, especially when going from city to city. Meanwhile, for those only going around inside a city or municipality, tricycles are a convenient option. Taxis are also available in Bacolod; however, these can reach up to Talisay and Silay.

 

Tourist Attractions

With its rich past as a cornerstone of the sugar industry in the Philippines, it’s not surprising that many of the province’s tourist attractions revolve around it. Take the Silay City Heritage Zone, which is comprised of 30 grandiose houses mostly built in the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Many of its houses, such as the Balay Negrense and the Hofilena Heritage House, showcase the lavish lifestyle of the sugar barons in Silay’s heyday.

Then there’s the Church of the Angry Christ in Victorias, which was originally constructed for the workers of the Victorias Milling Corporation. This church features a unique mural of Jesus Christ at its altar, painted by Filipino artist Alsonso Ossorio, a contemporary of Jackson Pollock and Jean Dubuffet.

Speaking of haciendas, there’s also Hacienda Rosalia in Manapla. Owned by the Gaston clan—who also owns Balay Negrense—this hacienda was used as the setting in the acclaimed film Oro, Plata, Mata.

Of course, Bacolod City also has its own share of attractions, which include the Dizon Ramos museum filled with vintage items. Other sights in the city include the San Sebastian Church, which was completed in 1882; and the Negros Museum, which tells the history of the island.

And who can forget The Ruins in Talisay? This stately mansion was built by Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson as a tribute to his deceased wife. However, it was burned down by Filipino guerilla troops in World War II to prevent the Japanese from using it as their headquarters. While it is just a shell today, it still remains magnificent, with its cement columns and walls that look golden at dusk.

 

Top Things to Do

Of course, going around sugar plantations isn’t the only thing that you can do in Negros Occidental. The more adventurous can hike up Mount Kanlaon, the largest active volcano in the Philippines.

If you want something more relaxed, however, you can simply stick to the Mambucal Hot Springs Resort. This mountain resort in the municipality of Murcia is not only the jump-off point for the trek up Kanlaon. Other than offering a myriad of pools, the resort also has a zipline, a boating lagoon, and a trail that covers 7 waterfalls.

And with nine of the 16 municipalities of Negros Occidental located along the coastline, the province has several beaches as well. Options include Punta Ballo Beach in Sipalay and the Carbin Reef sandbar in Sagay. There are also the white sand shores of Sipaway Island (Refugio Island), only 15 minutes away by pumpboat from San Carlos City.

 

Where to Eat

When on a trip to Negros Occidental, most travelers go for chicken inasal, Bacolod City’s trademark dish. However, there’s a whole sweeter side to Bacolod City’s cuisine, with a whole range of sweet treats that you can bring home. These include the piaya and barquillos from BongBong’s, napoleones from Roli’s, caramel tarts from Virgie’s, and cakes at Calea or Felicia’s. Neighboring Silay also has its own share of delicious desserts, such as the guapple pie at El Ideal and pili nut squares by Emma Lacson. And don’t forget to cap your adventures with a bottle or two of beer from Bogsbrew, a local craft beer brewery; these are available at the restaurant inside The Ruins in Talisay.

 

Nightlife

The best nightlife options in Negros Occidental can be found in Bacolod’s Art District, which has a bohemian vibe and a good number of bars and clubs. However, if you really want to party the night away, watch out for the many loud and crazy street parties in the city—especially the one that they organize for the Masskara Festival. Yes, it’s not as stiff and formal as the social balls the sugar barons of Negros once threw. But it’s still so much fun, keeping the party spirit of the province alive.

 

Where to Stay

Travelers who want to explore the entirety of Negros Occidental are advised to book a room at the numerous hotels in Bacolod. These include O Hotel, L’Fisher Hotel, The Suites at Calle Nueva, and Palmas del Mar Conference Resort Hotel. There are also a number of other options around the province, such as Nature’s Village Resort in Talisay and numerous hostels in Silay. Rooms are also available at the Mambucal Hot Springs Resort.

 

Travel Tips

  • Bring your sunblock! With most of Negros Oriental’s lands dedicated to sugar production, there would be entire stretches of roads and streets with nothing but sugarcane. There’s barely any shade from trees. Hence, if you want to avoid being scorched from going around, put on some sunblock and wear a hat.

  • To really enjoy the Mambucal Hot Springs, make sure to go on a weekday. Due to its accessibility from Bacolod, it can get very crowded on weekends and holidays.

  • To access attractions such as Hacienda Rosalia in Manapla, travelers are advised to book an appointment or a tour. While many heritage buildings in Negros Occidental can be accessed by the public, they are still being used by the families who own them. Hence, advance notice is required.

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