Sunday, August 7, 2011

Cheap Accommodations in Davao City

Kadayawan Festival, the King of the Festivals is just around the corner. Flights to Davao are all fully booked as tourists start to flock Davao City. Looking for a comfortable yet affordable stay in the city can be a great challenge for budget travelers.

If you’re looking for a comfortable and at the same time affordable stay in Davao, then you have come to the right place.

1) My Hotel

San Pedro St., Davao City
Strategically located in the very heart of downtown Davao, My Hotel offers modern and luxurious amenities at an affordable price. Room rates start at Php 800 for airconditioned rooms and Php 277 for non-airconditioned rooms. Comes with free Wi-Fi too, so you'll stay connected with your family and friends.

For more information, please visit their website at or you may contact them at (082) 222-2021.

Lobby of My Hotel. Photo lifted from this webpage. Credit goes to the one who took this photo.

2) La Anclar Hometel

Address: A. Bonifacio St., Davao City
La Anclar Hometel is a charming hotel located at downtown Davao. The owners, Mr. Pedro Anino and his wife Ester built this hotel to accommodate travelers who are in tight budget. Guests would still enjoy the same luxury amenities and services, the same as what other five-star hotels can offer. Clean, well-lit hallways and rooms, a cable TV and a free breakfast meals are just one of the services that a traveler can avail. The hotel comes with a free Wi-Fi connection too! And what's more? They now accept payments through PayPal. Now that's what I call innovation! Single room costs Php 700 per night.

For reservations, please visit their website at or call at (082) 305-5115.

The lobby of La Anclar Hometel, photo credit: La Anclar Hometel’s official website.

3) Microtel Inn & Suites

Damosa Gateway Complex, Angliongto Road, Lanang, Davao City
Located in the middle of an IT Park at Damosa Gateway Complex, this charming hotel is truly one of a kind. It's one of the few hotels in Mindanao that is franchised from a foreign company with hotel branches in USA, Honduras, Argentina and Canada. Microtel Inn & Suites Davao offers a uniform standard in comfort, cleanliness, safety and value. Guests will have the chance to experience an upscale comfort as it feautres a 'healthy-for-the-back' beds, cable TV, Wi-Fi connection and a whole lot more. Room rate starts at $60++.

For reservations, please visit their website at or call (082) 233.2333

Promo of Microtel’s deluxe room. Lifted from Microtel’s official website.

4) Sampaguita Tourist Inn

Address: Mt. Mayon St., Davao City
Located at Mt. Mayon St. near Quirino Avenue, Sampaguita Tourist Inn is accessible to commercial, shopping and entertainment places in Davao. The hotel offers a very affordable rate starting Php 300. They also have a lounge area, free wi-fi, and a restaurant.
For inquiries, please contact (082) 227-2958.
Façade of Sampaguita Tourist Inn, photo courtesy of Pueblo Philippines of Flickr.

Some hotels in the city have already lowered their room rates in line with the month-long celebration of Kadayawan Festival. Experience Kadayawan with these cheap and comfortable accommodations.
You may also try LinMar Apartelle and Ponce Suites.

I believe you will really enjoy your stay here in Davao.

Happy Kadayawan!


  1. One of my friend stayed in We R Inn hotel. I believe it's near Victoria mall? Am I right? It's cheap too.

    I want to experience Kadayawan Festival by next year. :-)

  2. Thanks for the info!

    I heard Sampaguita is cheap also.

    When I stayed in Davao for 5 days, dun ako sa Ponce SUites. Hehehe.

  3. I think green windows should also be in this list, very affordable and perfect to budget travelers. It has almost everything you need. I always stay there whenever I'm in davao ;]

    1. yes, green windows dormitel is cheap and classy. though the staff are disorganized ;(

  4. @Sam, I haven't heard of We R Inn hotel. I still have to Google it. LOL Sorry. Hey, you should experience Kadayawan! It's the most vibrant and most colorful festivals here in our country. :)

  5. @Robbie: Pupunta ka ba next week dito? :D

  6. @Ian: Hello Ian! Thanks for your suggestion. Should prolly make a part 2 of cheap accommodations post. Lol

  7. sayang huli ko na nakita ang My Home ako titira for Kadayawan

  8. No. =(

    But I'll be there end of the month, Aug31-Sep1. Hahaha. Punta kasi kami GenSan by bus after. :D


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  10. Gusto ko pumunta na Davao :D

    Thanks sa info RM.

  11. @Jerome! Kitakits next week! :D

    @Robbie! Ay wait, parang sasali ata ako sa Socsckksargen (?) Tour nila! Sept 1-5 siya. Waaa sana magkita pa rin tayo together with the DVO travel bloggers. :D

  12. @Renevic! Have you been to Davao na? :D

  13. Yown! Actually Yung Socsckksargen (?) Tour (S3x Tour) talaga reason kung bakit ako pupunta Mindanao. Pero daan muna kami sa Davao kasi miss ko na rin mga na-meet kong Davao bloggers AND to eat at Lachi's and other places. Wahahaha.

  14. Robbie, believe it or not, I haven't been to Lachi's!!!

  15. Replies
    1. exactly my impression too hehehe microtel is so pricey ;)

  16. You write very well!

    Plano naming magpunta ng Davao para sa thesis. Parte ng aming pag sasaliksik ay ang pakikipanayam sa mga journalists, pati ng mga opisyal ng local gov ng Davao. Alin sa mga hotel na ito ang pinaka affordable para sa mga studyante, at ang pinakamalapit sa city government at newspaper publishers? :) Salamat!

  17. Replies
    1. the con w/ sampaguita inn is that they don't allow advance reservations ;(

  18. Great entry! My mom have always wanted to go back to Davao but never had a chance to, maybe I'll take her this Christmas vacation. :)


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