Boutique Hotels Philippines

The Philippines is a nation of islands strewn like pearls in the Western Pacific, each with something special to offer the traveler. The South East Asian country has Asian, European, and American influences that reflect in the delicious food, the culture, and the people themselves. This harmonious blend makes a visit here special not just for the abundance of natural beauty but also deeply fascinating as a heritage to explore. Philippines Boutique Hotels are never short on hospitality and you’ll be well looked after as you take in all that the country has to offer.

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Philippines

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(Rated 9.4, 2 reviews)
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Located 3.1 mi from SM City Cebu, Maayo Hotel offers well-appointed rooms with free WiFi access. Boasting a spa center, the property has an infinity p ...

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(Rated 9.3, 449 reviews)
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One of our best sellers in Mactan! A plush hideaway in Mactan Island, Abaca Boutique Resort features an infinity pool with views of the sea, an on-sit ...

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(Rated 9.2, 566 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Samal – and a guest favorite. Located amid lush greenery and white sand beach, this 5-star resort features 2 outdoor swimmin ...

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(Rated 9.2, 165 reviews)
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Nestled amid lush tropical greenery, Anya Resort offers accommodations with free WiFi access in the entire property. Located 2.2 mi from Picnic Grove, ...

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(Rated 9.0, 126 reviews)
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Zuzuni Boutique Hotel has bright and airy rooms offering free WiFi. Featuring a restaurant and bar, the beachfront property also provides on-site wate ...

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(Rated 8.9, 653 reviews)
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One of our best sellers in Manila! Located in FB Harrison St., Pasay City, The Henry Hotel Manila offers stylish and elegant accommodations with free ...

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(Rated 8.9, 940 reviews)
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One of our best sellers in Puerto Princesa City! Featuring an outdoor poor and free WiFi access, Canvas Boutique Hotel is located 0.6 mi away from Pue ...

Sightseeing Highlights

Capital Manila with its Spanish colonial heritage juxtaposed with modern skyscrapers; baroque San Agustin Church, modernist Cultural Center of the Philippines, San Miguel heritage district, and bustling Chinatown "Binondo," is a cultural whirlwind. Visit Fort Santiago for history, Museum of the Filipino People for its ethnographic insight,  and Roxas Boulevard for some of the best Boutique Hotels in the Philippines. Cool off with Halo Halo, refreshing seafood-based Kinilaw, or try Max’s Fried Chicken when hunger strikes! Visit a supermall or Greenhills and Divisoria to get in some shopping. Elsewhere, cobble-stoned Vigan wears its Spanish heritage on its sleeve and you can even explore its historic Mestizo district in a horse-drawn carriage. While here, sample the local empanadas and garlicky-vinegar laced longganisa. Nature has been generous with the Philippines and you’ll see this spectacular scenery during Honda Bay Island Hopping or at Tubbataha Reefs. The Batanes Islands with its verdant rolling hills spilling onto pristine seafronts will allow you to truly experience an island paradise. Sample the fresh-from-the-sea island cuisine at Diura Fishing Village and you’ll fall even more in love. UNESCO World-heritage listed Puerto Princesa Underground River and its limestone karst cave system is one of the longest in the world. The active Mayon Volcano is for the serious volcano climber, offering hikes laced with thrills. The mounds of Chocolate Hills, Bohol offer a tamer but as enchanting experience. Siargao is surfers paradise and makes for some scenic paddleboarding.

Why You Need To Visit the Philippines

It isn’t so much a question of “why go” as it is of how to pack so much into one holiday! You’ll find yourself having to deal with which islands, beaches, and towns take priority on this idyllic getaway. Plan to spend at least a couple of days at each Boutique Hotel in the Philippines to make the most of each destination.

Getting to the Philippines

Many international travelers fly into Manila. It is possible to fly directly to other islands with a stop or two along the way. Smaller planes hop between islands and travel by boat on the sea route is also possible.