Compare and save on Davao hotels

Sorry, We don't support stays longer than 30 nights.

Search our map for the best Davao hotels

Use our map to find hotels near the Davao area or attractions you want to visit.

The best Davao hotels. Read the reviews

Feel confident you’ve booked the perfect stay. Read our real guest reviews before you book.

See more hotels

Hotels in Davao

Surprisingly progressive and multicultural, Davao is the largest city on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines. It’s the cultural and economic capital of the south, and is known for its pungent durian fruit and the towering Mount Apo: the highest island in the country.

Hotels in Davao are ideally placed for getting out and discovering this intriguing city, which feels worlds apart from Manila. Davao isn’t exactly a tourist hot spot, but if you’re a city breaker looking for a taste of the real Philippines it’s well worth venturing to.

Davao might not be a popular destination for holidaymakers, but it still boasts a huge variety of accommodation. High end travellers will find plenty of four star hotels, quirky boutique hotels, and even a few luxury resorts. Budget travellers are also spoiled for choice with a great range of inns, guesthouses, and backpacker hostels. You can find cheap hotels in Davao easily with Skyscanner, with plenty of exclusive deals and bargains direct from top booking sites.

Petty crime is rare in Davao, although the city itself is surprisingly cosmopolitan. The culture is heady mix of Muslim, Japanese, and Chinese, with plenty of indigenous tribes also calling the city home. As a result there’s a great range of restaurants to choose from if you’re going out for dinner, with a huge range of world cuisines represented.  Despite Davao’s massive size, the nightlife is very low key. Along with a city-wide smoking ban which has been enforced since 2002, the city also has an early alcohol curfew. Nightclubs only open at the weekends, and are only licensed until 2am: party animals, take note.

Hotels in Davao make a great base for getting out and discovering the natural attractions nearby. Mount Apo, the highest mountain in the Philippines, is well worth a day trip. Animal lovers will enjoy a visit to the Crocodile Park, which is a breeding centre for the animals and also has a small zoo. The Philippine Eagle Center is also worth a visit. It’s home to around 30 Philippine Eagles, one of the most endangered eagle species in the world. Another great daytrip is the Eden Nature Park, which is in the mountains and makes a great break from the heat of the city.