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  • Reviews: 2

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Villa Milagros Hotel: Cheapest Alaminos Accommodation

This place is located near the island's wharf and it’s the tallest building on the block offering a great view of the islands from afar. If you're looking for cheap yet comfortable place to stay, here is where you should go. This is the best and closest place to stay if you want to visit the islands.

They offer basic things that you could need for your stay. They have air-conditioned rooms, television, clean CR and shower. You can request for towels and has free toiletries. This pension house offers accommodation to different type of travelers. If you want a fully furnished room, they have the pent house, or you can try the average rooms plus they also have the what they call backpacker's room which is very ideal for budget travelers.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking
  • Written June 27, 2013
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Danna's Inn: Affordable in Alaminos

-One of the cheapest but clean available in the heart of Alaminos City
-Accessible via one major boulevard and all sorts of public transports can be easily take to and from the Hundred Islands National Park
-Huge room, king sized-bed, with A/C, cable TV, huge and clean T&B (electric fans can be requested free of charge)
-Php1000 for 2 pax per night, additional Php250 per extra
-Also offers a few hours of stay at lower rates if one only needs to take a short nap or longing for a body wash after island hopping

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Photography, Adventure Travel
  • Written April 30, 2013
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Island Tropic Hotel & Restaurant: Lucap's newest hotel

Can choose a Twin Share, Matrimonial, Family or Penthouse rooms.

Offers boat service to 100 Islands.

Being the newest hotel in Lucap, all facilities are clean and easily maintained. The 2nd-story restaurant has excellent view of the Hundred Islands National Park.

Offers Wellness Center for Filipino massage.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: National/State Park, Eco-Tourism, Water Sports
  • Written April 23, 2010
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The Last Resort: Cheap Accomodation: The Last Resort

It's a transient house with dining and kitchen utensils, with aircon room good for 10 person. It costs us 3,000 Pesos. Walking distance from 100 islands wharf.

http://adventurousfeet.blogspot.com/2010/02/explore-bolinao-and-hundred-islands.html

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Adventure Travel, Beaches, Budget Travel
  • Written April 19, 2010
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City Hotel: A very good alternative to stay

At City Hotel you will at once notice the very friendly staff. The whole area is well maintained and kept clean. The management are Filipino/European. The rooms are not so big, but clean. There is aircon and TV in all rooms, and in the "deluxe rooms" the bathrooms have hot and cold water.
Safe parking for overnight guests

The Bar at City Hotel is called Corner Pub. Here you can meet locals, foreigners living in western Pangasinan and also guests from the other Hotels, because this is the best place to eat and have a drink. The restaurant serves both Filipino and International dishes to very reasonable prices.
Good parking area outside.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Eco-Tourism, Motorcycle, Family Travel
  • Written February 7, 2010
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S & R Homestead: cheap accomodation

nice place with nice people. they're very accomodating and friendly (Thanks to Ate Cecil). if you are looking for a nice place to stay, try S and R Homestead located at 26 C.P. Garcia St., Alaminos City. email add homestead_alaminos@yahoo.com.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Family Travel, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written April 12, 2009
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Nipa Hut (literally): Quezon Island accomodation

As of September 2006

If you plan to stay overnight at the Hundred Islands, you better be prepared. There are only 3 islands that have accomodation and there is no electricity on most of them e.g. Quezon Island. Water has to be bought and brought from Lucap (1 water plastic = 5 gallons = 75php). A few nipa huts have rooms, e.g. Nipa Hut A & B. The room doesn't have a door and night light (flourescent) is supplied by a car battery. There is no restaurant there so better bring A LOT of food to last the whole day and until you leave the next day. There's a mini sari-sari store though that sells cup noodles, biscuits, etc. There's a bathroom near the information center. By the way, bring an insect-repellant lotion as there are mosquitoes at night. You don't want to scratch the night away, do you?

If you're into camping, you can also bring your tent, cooking gear, lights, etc. You can camp by the sand stretch on Quezon Island. Camping fee is 100php. It also gets cold at night, so bring a malong or whatever will keep you warm.

The Hundred Islands

1. Governor's island
- Costs 10,000php/night.
- Has major resort facilities i.e. kitchen, bathroom, bedroom
- Limited supply of water (1 drum, i think)
- Generator-assisted electricity

2. Children's island
- Costs less than 1000php for overnight
- No electricity (light is supplied via car battery)
- No water supply
- No restaurant

3. Quezon island (most popular)
- Costs 900php for overnight (quite expensive for a hut)
- Nipa Hut style (some have bedrooms, some don't)
- No water supply
- No electricity (light is supplied via car battery)
- No restaurant, just a mini sari-sari store

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Backpacking
  • Written September 4, 2006

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I forgot the name...sorry but look around

If you want to spend a night in one of these islands, you can camp or rent cottages. Most of the accommodations are in Lucap, which are mostly lodges with simple, clean, and inexpensive rooms. You can eat cheaply at the small canteens by the wharf, but some of the lodges also serve inexpensive but tasty food.

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  • Written July 26, 2004

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Maxine by the Sea: A cheap place to stay

The rooms are quite simple.

Facilities:

Aircondition
Bathroom
Televisions are only available in selected rooms.

If you want to go visit the hundred islands but afraid to stay in one of them, you can choose to stay at maxine's because it's near the dock area of bancas going to the islands.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, National/State Park, Beaches
  • Written March 23, 2004

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