Where to stay in Bohol

There are a lot of places to stay in Bohol. You can choose to stay in the town are or by the beach. Staying at the town proper is much cheaper compared to those near the beaches. Also, you will find more Inns and pension houses in the town.

The town proper is 20-30 minutes away from the beautiful beaches. After careful evaluation, We decided to stay in Dumaluan Beach Resort. Its one of two private beach resorts in Panglao Island the other one is Bohol Beach Club (its quite expensive here). Between these two private resorts is a public reort. 

Here’s my review of Dumaluan Beach Resort


Here’s a quick view of the sorroundings.

Here’s another Video showing you arround..

They have a youtube channel where you can check their rooms.


There’s also the Chocolate Hills Hotel and Restaurant on top of the Chocolate Hills Complex.


Here are the rates atChocolate Hills Hotel and Restaurant.



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6 responses to “Where to stay in Bohol

  1. When you are travelling to Bohol and on a tightt budget, consider staying in a Bed & Breakfast, much cheaper than booking in a hotel. One of the popular Bed & Breakfast in Bohol is “The Gabriella” Check out their website. You can see a lot of information that will help you decide. They also offer tour packes to Bohol’s Tourist Attractions.

  2. Thanks for this. I was wondering if it is good to travel to Bohol in October. I am thinking of going there around this time.

  3. mas maganda kung summer! pero oks din naman na magpunta ng october. basta walang bagyo. 😀

  4. If you need info regarding Bohol’s Weather Condition, just visit thegabriellabohol website and click travel tips to get bohol’s weather forecast

  5. The gabriellabohol, I don’t think anyone can accurately predict the weather in october, we are still in june. 😛

  6. I’ve been traveling back and forth in Bohol, usually April and September. So far, weather condition on those months were great, I haven’t experienced such a worst weather.

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