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Where to stay in Legazpi

When can I find the best deals on Hotels in Legazpi?

With its bustling port district, historical and cultural heritage, and proximity to beautiful Mount Mayon, tourism is thriving in Legazpi, and there's a good number of hotels to accommodate visitors. The summer months between March to June see hotels at their busiest, particularly during Holy Week in late March or early April. Visitors also come flocking in August to watch parades and street dancing shows during the annual Ibalong Festival. Crowds thin out and there's a better chance of getting some good Legazpi hotel deals from November to January, the wettest months of the rainy season.

What are the Top Hotels in Legazpi

The 2-star Magayon Hotel is one of the most popular lodging options in Legazpi. Each air-conditioned room comes with an en suite bathroom, cable TV, and free toiletries. Wi-Fi is free in the lobby, and the on-site restaurant provides guests with free cooked-to-order breakfast. The 3-star Casablanca Suites is another highly recommended place to stay. Located close to several major sightseeing attractions, it gets good ratings in Legazpi reviews for its comfortable rooms. Breakfast, Wi-Fi, parking, and airport shuttle service are offered free of charge. The same freebies are offered at the Hotel Venezia, on top of other amenities such as an outdoor pool, spa services, and business facilities.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Legazpi?

Legazpi sits near the foot of Mount Mayon, and on a clear day, you're practically guaranteed a great view of the volcano's near-perfect cone shape wherever you stay in the neighbourhood. But there are plenty of other things to see and do in town. Consider 1 of the hotels near Rizal Avenue and walk to Peñaranda Park to see the World War II-era Liberty Bell. Some hotels can be found along Tiwi Coastal Road, overlooking the Albay Gulf and close to the Embarcadero waterfront shopping and entertainment complex. You might also try 1 of the hotels near Legazpi Airport, where attractions such as Albay Park and Wildlife are nearby.

What are Hotels like in Legazpi?

You won't find Legazpi bursting at the seams with hotels, but there's more than an adequate selection for a comfortable and memorable stay. You'll find a few 4-star hotels with refined rooms, 1 or more restaurants, concierge services, and business facilities like conference rooms. Free Wi-Fi, breakfast, and airport shuttles are also typically offered. You can expect the usual amenities in 3-star establishments – air-conditioned guestrooms with private bathrooms, cable television, and daily housekeeping. Some have restaurants, as well as gardens or terraces with great views of Mount Mayon. Inexpensive hostels and inns provide basic rooms with air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi in the lobby.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Legazpi?

You'll find that Legazpi hotels come in various sizes and offer diverse rates for accommodation. In the port district, you can expect to pay about S$75 a night for a suite in a luxury hotel, and anywhere from S$25 to S$30 for more modest rooms in mid-range hotels. Upscale lodging choices are also available near Rizal Avenue, with rooms priced at approximately S$103 a night. Some cheap Legazpi hotels are also in the area, where rates range from S$28 to S$54 per night. Closer to the airport, you'll find several hotels where a room can cost anywhere from S$35 to S$94.