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Where to Stay in Siquijor: 25 Siquijor Hostels, Hotels & Beach Resorts

Whether you’re looking for hostels, hotels or beach resorts in Siquijor, we’ve got you covered! We’ve listed the best Siquijor accommodations from budget, midrange to luxury so you can choose the perfect place on where to stay in Siquijor island.

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Where to Stay in Siquijor

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San Juan Town


San Juan town is the best place to stay in Siquijor if you want to be near beaches and restaurants. This is where most of the island’s resorts and restaurants are found.

Siquijor Town

If you want to be near the port, Siquijor town is your best choice. It’s near San Juan so you don’t have to worry about looking for restaurants, and beaches.

Lazi Town


Love waterfalls? The best area to stay in Siquijor for you would be Lazi Town. This is where the famous Cambugahay falls and the oldest church is located.

Larena Town

Larena is a commercial town. You can find the island’s second seaport, banks, lots of restaurants and a few resorts here.

Luxury Siquijor Accommodations

Infinity Heights Resort

Guest Review: “This was our best hotel in the Philippines. Amazing views, ultra clean, modern and the food is very good compared to what you get in the country. If I had to visit the country again I’d definitely stay here again”

Location: Pili, 6225 Siquijor

What To Love: amazing views, excellent food, and peaceful location

Coco Grove Beach Resort

Guest Review: “What a surprise! Perhaps the loveliest hotel I’ve stayed in during my 9 years in the Philippines. Beautiful grounds to stroll through (I did), multiple restaurants with delicious food options, and the most amazing – the onsite marine reserve. Perhaps the best snorkeling I’ve ever done – clear waters, large protected area and a variety of marine life, including the largest giant clams I’ve ever seen. Delightful staff remember your name for free breakfast and arrange tours (inexpensive and wonderful – whatever you wish). I plan to return for another 3 day stay as soon as possible! Happy that most Filipinos are superstitious and don’t like spending the night – Siquijor was far cleaner – land and water – than Palawan where I live. Highly recommended.”

Location: Tubod, San Juan, Siquijor Island

What To Love: impeccable service, pool bar, and great location

Salamanka Beach and Dive Resort

Guest Review: “The restaurant is great. The hotel offers everything you can wish for. The quality is the best I have seen in the Philippines. It makes you just want to spend your day by the pool and order a few cocktails which are relatively cheap. But then you remember that there is a beautiful island waiting for you to be explored as well.”

Location: Buluhisan, Catulayan, San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: pool bar, friendly staff, and amazing swimming pool

Infinity Sands Resort

Guest Review: “Lovely hotel which we booked last minute after originally booking glamping which we did not enjoy. Receptionist Geraldine could not have been friendlier or more helpful. The rooms were lovely and very clean. Location was good and even though it was next to the Baha bar the noise did not disturb us. We rented a moped from the hotel to explore the island. This was our favourite part of our 3 week trip around the Philipines. The breakfast pancakes are fantastic!! ””

Location: Siquijor Circumferential Road, Maite, San Juan, Siquijor Island

What To Love: amazing views, clean rooms and friendly staff

Gold View Beach Resort

Guest Review: “Lovely looking hotel situated next to the beach with great pool and restaurant facilities. The staff were really friendly and helpful. Food at the restaurant was at a high standard and the bar had a fair selection of drink. The Hotel is situated in Catulayan which is about twenty minutes from San Juan the nearest Town. So a Peaceful vacation is assured.”

Location: Circumferential Road, Catulayan, San Juan, Siquijor

What To Love: great service, private beach and awesome pool

Bermuda Triangle Bungalows

Guest Review: “Everything was great! The room is super clean, with a nice design and has just the right amount of furniture and decor. The staff is super friendly and helpful. It’s close to nice beaches and restaurants.”

Location: Provincial Road, Maite, San Juan, Siquijor

What To Love: close to restaurants and beaches, huge and comfy bed, and helpful staff

Mandala Tribe Treehouses

Guest Review: “Mandala Tribe was beautiful and rooms nice. Tree houses are quite close to each other, but garden and trees gives privacy. Staff was super helpful and nice. Good breakfast delivered to the room. Location is a bit remote, but in walking distance from a nice restaurant. Good choice for relaxig.”

Location: Tambisan, San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: super friendly staff, free snacks and amazing vibe

Jelly Sea Resort

Guest Review: “We stayed in the deluxe room for four nights and the suite for the last two nights. The place just opened so everything is new and fresh with high standard rooms. All rooms have big windows towards the sea. The view is amazing, especially from the suites on the second floor. There’s a really nice beach just 100 meters from the resort with white sand and clear water. The owner and the staff are very service minded and helpful and made sure we got whatever we needed.
A very calm, beautiful and comfortable place to stay at on Siquijor!”

Location: Olang, Maria, Siquijor

What To Love: near the beach, sea views, and beautiful rooms

Villa Marmarine Beach Resort & Restaurant

Guest Review: “This tiny and beautiful designed complex is offering a very good base to explore Siquijor. With its delicious breakfast, beautiful room and cheap scooter rental. The diner is very tasty too and the prices are good. It comes with some lovely unexpected extras. Such as free laundry for 3 nights and more, cheap mini bar, wet towels before every meal and free pick-up. It’s somewhat remote from the more touristic developed south coast, but that’s no problem. One can easily walk to Siquijor town (half hour). Staff: the owner and the staff are definitely one of the most friendly, cheerful and helpful people that you will meet during your journey.”

Location: Candanay Sur, 6225 Siquijor

What To Love: free laundry, friendly staff, and sea view

Midrange Siquijor Accommodations

Tropical Fun Ta Sea Rentals

Guest Review: “We stayed during 2 nights, one night in the Classic room and one night on the family deluxe room and we enjoyed the perfect location, comfort of the room and helpfulness and kindness of the Fun ta sea crew. We wanted to stay more but it was fully booked. They made our NYE party amazing with a live band and a firework, complimentary wine and so on. A good place to stay definitely. ”

Location: Lala-o, San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: great view, friendly staff and comfy rooms

Glamping Siquijor by the Beach

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Guest Review: “The tents are lovely and spacious, they didn’t get to hot during the day and we had a fan too. The view is beautiful and looks right onto the beach. The WiFi is good in the WiFi area, but might not work in your tent. Luckily we had a tent close to the WiFi area so it was working. The bathrooms were cute and have no ceiling so you can shower under the palms. We had a comfy bed places on palettes which was chic and the mattress was very comfortable. The staff are lovely, and there is a box of doughnuts out all day with fresh brewed hot coffee too! You can cook there which is so super cute. They have a selection of sauces you can use and all the cooking equipment. We wanted to litter pick on the beach and the staff offered us a beer when we were finished which we weren’t expecting but it was a lovely gesture! ”

Location: Solangon, San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: beachfront location, free breakfast and large tents

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Aloha Seaside Resort

Guest Review: “We stayed 4 nights here in Aloha. Great and helpful staff, delicious breakfast served to the room, good motorbikes to rent, clean accommodation, awsome location:close to Paliton beach, monkey business bar and Baha bar:) Special thanks to the staff for free late check out.:)I recomend this place to stay on the island.”

Location: Lalao San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: close to beach, nice staff, and pool and jacuzzi

Coral Cay Resort, Inc.

Guest Review: “We enjoyed very much our staying in Coral Cay. The stuff is very nice and helpful. The resort is beautiful, pefectly cleaned, with a great location, just in front of the beach and near a famous Philippine bar. They offer all the services, including an open air gym and laundry service. Great price-quality relation, very recommended!!!”

Location: Olang, Maria, Siquijor

What To Love: excellent location, great pool, and nice bar

White Villas Resort

Guest Review: “It has a very good, calming/relaxing ambiance. The staff are welcoming, helpful and very accomodating. The facilities were very good, you can use the kayak for free. Breakfast buffet was excellent, the pool was clean. White sand, nice sunrise and sunset view. Rooms are clean and comfortable with all the amenities. Overall, we had a pleasant stay.”

Location: Solangon, San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: free use of kayaks, a very pleasant bar at the beach, and great buffet breakfast

Lazi Beach Club

Guest Review: “Lazi beach club is a great place if you want to reflect far away from the noise of the city. Their rooms are clean and BIG. We booked a seaside room, and were surprised to find that it has 3 rooms inside. Two rooms with queen size beds, the other room has single bed in it. Beds are comfortable. Staff are very attentive to their guests needs. I have food preferences and their kitchen staff are able to serve them according to my needs. If you enjoy snorkeling, this is the place to stay. They do have a nice pool too. Internet is available in the dining area.”

Location:Siquijor, Lazi, Siquijor Island

What To Love: secluded location, friendly staff and big rooms

Budget Siquijor Accommodations

The following accommodations are lower than P2,500 (~50 USD).

Chillout Hostel & Bar

Guest Review: “It’s a lovely place with lovely staff! To me, one of the best hostels I’ve been in the Philippines. Michael and his wife are really nice and they try you to feel like at home! If you travel alone, it is an easy place to meet people. The breakfast is great! They have hot water! If I ever travel again to Siquijor, I’ll go there :)”

Location: South Poblacion, Larena, Siquijor

What To Love: lovely owners, great place and excellent breakfast

Chekesh Casa

Guest Review: “The nicest place we have stayed in the Philippines! The room was so clean and spacious and in a lovely garden so we had lots of privacy. Really quiet yet only a 5-minute walk to a beautiful beach and marine sanctuary where you can snorkel. The owners are so friendly and helpful. Great air con, wifi, pick up service, loads of nice touches such as umbrellas, torch etc. The Chekesh restaurant is just down the hill from the rooms and we really enjoyed eating breakfast and dinner there. Also lots of other restaurants and small shops are nearby. We wish we could have stayed longer!”

Location: Tubod, San Juan, Siquijor

What To Love: beautiful garden, super clean, and wonderful hosts

Stella’z Guesthouse

Guest Review: “Loved my stay here! The staff were so lovely, we really felt welcomed. I also asked in the reception where I could by an adapter and one of the girls actually bought one so that we could borrow it! And they have everything you need like kitchen, laundry, scooters for rent etc. Really recommend this place. ”

Location: Maite, San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: friendly staff, hot water, and comfortable beds

Tagbalayon Lodging House

Guest Review: “This was by far the best accomodation we had in the whole Philippines. Bungalow was spacious and nice, situated in a beautiful garden away from the street, the staff were super friendly and nice, there were a lot of little things that made our stay so great, starting with welcome drinks, the personalized welcome sign, a snack for the ferry ride, easy and cheap scooter rental, good Wifi, a lot of recommendation and information… The beach and the coral reef just across the street are fabulous. Just perfect. We would always stay here again if we were in the area.”

Location: Tubod, San Juan, Siquijor, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: super friendly staff, cheap motorbikes for rent, and close to the beach

Love Shack Hostel

Guest Review: “My favorite hostel during my stay in the Philipines. The location is perfect, peaceful and very close to the beach. The staff was very friendly and always willing to help and the atmosphere was very welcoming. Next to that the small restaurant/bar was a very good place to connect with people. ”

Location: Paliton rd., Brgy. Paliton San Juan Siquijor

What To Love: close to the beach, cheap scooters, and comfy dorms

SEE-KEE-HOR Cafe and Hostel

Guest Review: “Jerry (the owner) is amazing! Had nice chat with him, he helped with planning, scooters, ect. He is still building his hostel, so in a few years it will be the best on the island. Also food is delicious, people come from all around the islnd to eat there! Cool place to stay, only 3 min walk to the beach, beautiful sunsets. Highly recommend!”

Location: Purok Caimito, Brgy. Tambisan, San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: right next to the beach, great food and comfortable beds

Uptown Guesthouse

Guest Review: “Super friendly hosts, very clean room, best location in town if you are looking for something away from the main street /Beach front chaos (don’t panic, it’s just a 5min walk). Scooter rental directly from the owners, 300 pesos per day – yes, there are cheaper options but they are top quality and convenient. Totaly recommend to stay here if you are planning a few laid back days in San Juan. ”

Location: Siquijor Circumferential Road Poblacion, San Juan, Siquijor

What To Love: good quiet location, free drinking water, and affordable bike hires

Serbab Guesthouse

Guest Review: “Jerry (the owner) is amazing! Had nice chat with him, he helped with planning, scooters, ect. He is still building his hostel, so in a few years it will be the best on the island. Also food is delicious, people come from all around the islnd to eat there! Cool place to stay, only 3 min walk to the beach, beautiful sunsets. Highly recommend!”

Location: Bgy Lalao, San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: right next to the beach, great food and comfortable beds

Kwarto’s Guest House

Guest Review: “Accommodation is recommended for a hostel. Apart from the fact that it is super cheap, it offers the world’s best breakfast. The family cooks a typical Filipino breakfast every morning, something different every day. The dorm is great. Stable beds, comfortable mattresses and freshly made every day and a fresh towel. And with aircon. The location is about 7 minutes by scooter from the city of San Juan, but we are mostly only there for dinner. The family also rents top-of-the-range scooters for cheap money, which makes it easy to get anywhere. The whole family is helpful and very nice. A nice conversation is possible at any time. We only wanted to stay 2 days and were there for 6 days. We liked it very much.”

Location: Purok 3 Tubod, San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: clean bathrooms, nice staff, and good location

Casa Paliton

Guest Review: “I absolutely loved this hotel, the staff was so friendly, especially Linda was amazing, anything you need, she will take care of it. Rooms were nice and clean, with Air-conditioning and the smell of linen was very pleasant. Close to all the main attractions on the island as well, easily reachable with a motorbike. Definitely recommend and I would visit again. ”

Location: Paliton, San Juan, 6227 Siquijor

What To Love: friendly staff, comfortable beds, and fantastic location

Travel Tip: Check schedules and availability of your buses, ferries, taxis or flights to book online with 12Go Asia.

Airbnb Siquijor Philippines

Aside from hotels and resorts, you can also opt to stay at an Airbnb.

Get your P2,200 ($44) Airbnb discount here!

Responsible Travel Tips

When traveling to one place, make sure you practice responsible tourism. Here are some tips to do so.

1. Respect the environment

Don’t litter. Please hold onto your trash until you find a garbage can.

Related: 16 Eco-Friendly Travel Products for the Earth-Loving You

2. Avoid single-use plastic

Bring your eco bag and refuse single-use plastic.

3. Shop local

Keep the traditional crafts alive and support local artisans. Buy from them. And try not to haggle, P20 may seem small to you but it can mean a lot to them.

4. Always ask permission

Be sure to ask for permission first when taking photos or videos especially when it comes to children

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