Hostels, guesthouses and inns are rapidly sprouting in Siquijor as the island is gaining attention from both the local and international travel communities. Thus, it’s a bit challenging to decide where to stay on the island while not going beyond your budget (and of course, not compromising the great connections you can have with other travellers). To tear down that problem and ensure you’re booking your stay at one of the top picks on the mystic island, keep reading or bookmark this blog post if you don’t have time for reading yet.
In case you’re looking for accommodation suggestions which aren’t hostels, please check my other blog post: Where to Stay in Siquijor Island, Philippines: The Best Spots. But if you think you’re in the right place and looking for the best hostels in Siquijor, take ya time and continue reading, babe.
Factors in choosing the best hostels in Siquijor Island
Before we get started, here are the factors I’ve considered in choosing these properties:
- price or value of money
- any highlights or extra factor
Pretty straightforward, right?
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A boutique hotel-like hostel
Sand 1 Hostel is named hostel but is more like a boutique hotel or shared room for 2 or 4 pax. There’s a beach across the street, and this hostel is only a few kilometres away from other famous beaches, like Paliton Beach. Also, at Sand 1 Hostel, you can prepare or cook your food at the shared kitchen.
Best hostel with an in-house party
Chillout Hostel & Bar is located in Larena, Siquijor where one of the seaports is located. Its bar offers a continental or à la carte breakfast and features evening entertainment. Do you want an in-house party? Chillout Hostel & Bar is for you!
Best hostel+cafe on the island
SEE-KEE-HOR Cafe and Hostel is a newly opened hostel in San Juan, Siquijor. It has a 10-bunk bed native hut and a few private rooms for two (with a shared bathroom). Also, it’s only a walking distance to Paliton Beach, the so-called “The Little Boracay” of Siquijor.
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Best hostel in Siquijor with a mini-farm
Little Nomads Eco-guesthouse is like a mini neighbourhood in a mini-farm. You’ll get your own bed (not a bunk bed) inside a shared native hut, and have breakfast at the bar while relaxing your eyes over their lush green surroundings. Doesn’t it sound very tropical?
Booking’s best hostel in Siquijor
Love Shack Hostel is Booking.com’s bestseller in Siquijor Island. It’s like a small village of dome-shaped houses (still with tropical touches) that has a common area where guests can dine together, play games, or just chill (what we all want to do most of the time LOL). So, what are you waiting for? Book your stay in Love Shack Hostel now before it gets sold out!
|Love Shack Hostel||-dome-shaped tropical houses
-has a common area
for games & dining
|5.0||PHP500 / USD9.80|
|Little Nomads Eco-guesthouse||-eco-friendly
-has a mini-farm
|5.0||PHP350 / USD6.86|
|SEE-KEE-HOR Cafe and Hostel||-native huts
to the beach
-has its own cafe
|4.9||PHP450 / USD8.50|
|Chillout Hostel & Bar||-near Larena seaport
-has a bar
|4.9||PHP488 / USD9.56|
|Sand 1 Hostel||-hotel-like rooms
-beach across the hostel
-shared lounge & kitchen
|4.5||PHP1,250 / USD24.49|
*Rating = based on Google’s 5-star rating scale
**Prices = per night per person (and based on the rate as per writing), except Sand 1 Hostel which is good for two pax.
- The listed hostels above only accept cash.
- All of those hostels have wifi, but connection strength isn’t guaranteed which is common in Siquijor Island.
Hope this quick list of best hostels in Siquijor Island helps. By the way, don’t forget to bookmark and share this blog post to your friends. Thank you!