Hotels in Mindanao

THERE are lots of hotels in Davao and Cagayan de Oro. Both are the largest cities in Mindanao, the second largest island in the Philippine archipelago. Between the two cities , Davao is the larger city than Cagayan de Oro. But both cities offer less expensive five-star hotels for tourists who want to stay here and be practical, there are also less expensive ones.

In Cagayan de Oro, Limketkai Group is planning to construct a seven-level hotel here but scratch that, there are lots of quality hotels existing in the city already. In fact, the tallest structure in Cagayan de Oro is the seven-story Maxandrea Hotel. For starters, Maxandrea Hotel’s elevator is transparent and one can have an awesome view of the city while one slowly goes up.

Another great hotel here is Hotel Koresco. It is located uptown far away from the bustle of traffic and near a suburb so the quality of air that you breathe here is definitely excellent. Hotel Koresco is a South Korean-inspired hotel so there’s a taste of South Korean food.

Located nearby is the plush Xavier Sports and Country Club. Although it is not a hotel, it has its own guest house for VIPs. The guest house has its own elegant service fit for a king. Speaking of reality, Pryce Plaza Hotel has its own presidential suite. The presidential suite is used by the president of the country whenever she’s in the city for a visit but it may be used by other guests who can afford it.

Of course, Davao City has its own share of pleasurable places of stay. The most recognizable one which dots the city skyline is the Marco Polo Hotel. Marco Polo’s reputation in Davao City is so stamped that it has its own branch in Cebu City .

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