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Castle Peak Hotel
Castle Peak Hotel
3 out of 5
F. Cabahug corner President Quezon St, Villa Aurora, Mabolo, Cebu, Cebu
The price is £22 per night from 25 Nov to 25 Nov
Located in the heart of Cebu, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Carmelite Monastery and IEC Pavillon. Ayala Center and Cebu International Convention ...
3.8/5 Good! (590 reviews)
"Room was very clean and bed comfy. Great staff. A really nice stay."

Reviewed on 19 Oct 2021

Castle Peak Hotel
Radisson Blu Cebu
Radisson Blu Cebu
5 out of 5
Serging Osmena Blvd; corner Juan Luna, Cebu, Cebu
The price is £82 per night from 31 Oct to 31 Oct
This family-friendly Cebu hotel is located by the sea, within 1 mi (2 km) of SM City Cebu, Robinsons Galleria Cebu and Cebu Provincial Museum. Carmelite Monastery ...
4.4/5 Wonderful! (999 reviews)
Nice place near the mall
"Lobby was nice. Pool was small . Food and room was good"

Reviewed on 5 Mar 2021

Radisson Blu Cebu
Harolds Hotel
Harolds Hotel
3.5 out of 5
146 Gorordo Ave Cor, Rosal St, Cebu, Cebu
Situated in the shopping district, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cebu International Convention Center, St Patrick’s Square and Cebu Business Park. ...
4.4/5 Wonderful! (774 reviews)
"This a gift for my parents and im happy with the outcome they enjoyed the view from the rooftop and all the accommodations, easy access., i hopefully recommend this for a 5 star"

Reviewed on 29 May 2021

Harolds Hotel
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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Cebu Holiday Packages

Visit Spanish cathedrals, colonial buildings and ancient temples, or just enjoy the stunning beaches of one of the prettiest islands in the Philippines. Enjoy authentic markets, beautiful beaches and delicious food on the Phillippine Island of Cebu.

Walk around the streets of Cebu City and take in the sights, smells, and atmosphere of the island’s economic and cultural centre. You’ll find markets, old colonial buildings, and some great food. 

Brush up on the island’s history at the Museo Sugbo. It’s an old prison that’s been converted into a museum. Head inside to see artifacts from pre-Spanish times right up to today. Stop by the charming Casa Gorordo Museum or the Yap Sandiego Ancestral House and head inside to see the antique furniture.

Another interesting place to visit is the Santo Nino Basilica and Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral. Here you can see religious buildings from the Spanish era. Check out Fort San Pedro and the Jesuit House for more colonial relics. Wander up to Tops, a popular observation deck, to get a great view of the city and then make your way back down to cool off in the sea. There are beaches all around the province, with the most popular ones over on Mactan Island. Waters are crystal clear and the sand soft, white, and clean.

If you want to avoid flashy resorts and pricey restaurants, head to the smaller cities and beach communities in the south. Prices are lower and locals friendlier. Be sure to drop by religious sites like the Simala Shrine and make your way inland to the stunning Kawasan and Tumalog Falls. Get even farther away from the crowds and take a trip out to one of the province’s near-deserted islands.

Cebu is a stunning destination with something to offer history buffs and leisure seekers alike. Gaze at old buildings and explore museums or just sit back on a beach and stare out at the pristine waters. It features an intriguing mixture of architectural styles and some fascinating museums. It’s also home to a well-developed tourism industry that caters to both luxury seekers and those looking for something more authentic.