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Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino - Cebu Hotels
AU$143

Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino

1 Salinas Drive Lahug, Cebu - Map
 
 
Excellent experience friendly staff and very helpful, rooms are very clean I enjoyed my stay.
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Marco Polo Plaza Cebu - Cebu Hotels

Marco Polo Plaza Cebu

Cebu Veterans Drive, Cebu - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (428 reviews)
Harolds Hotel - Cebu Hotels
AU$218

Harolds Hotel

146 Gorordo Ave. Corner Rosal Street, Cebu - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (191 reviews)
Crown Regency Hotel and Towers - Cebu Hotels

Crown Regency Hotel and Towers

Tower 1, Fuente Towers, Cebu - Map
 
 
3.3 out of 5 (284 reviews)
Located in the Fuente Towers in downtown Cebu City, this twin-tower hotel is 500 metres from the Ayala Centre shopping …More
Radisson Blu Cebu - Cebu Hotels

Radisson Blu Cebu

Serging Osmena Blvd; corner Juan Luna, Cebu - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (552 reviews)
With the scenic view of the Cebu port, the Radisson Blu Hotel Cebu is located in the latest developed area, the North …More
Cuarto Hotels Cebu - Cebu Hotels

Cuarto Hotels Cebu

15 Corner DJ. Llorente & DG. Garcia St., Cebu - Map
 
 
Diamond Suites And Residences - Cebu Hotels
AU$126

Diamond Suites And Residences

No. 8 Apitong Cor. Escario Street, Cebu - Map
 
 
3.7 out of 5 (132 reviews)
Marriott Cebu City - Cebu Hotels

Marriott Cebu City

Cardinal Rosales Ave, Cebu - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (221 reviews)
Mandarin Plaza Hotel - Cebu Hotels

Mandarin Plaza Hotel

Archbishop Reyes Avenue Corner, Cebu - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (510 reviews)
Quest Hotel Cebu - Cebu Hotels
AU$203

Quest Hotel Cebu

Archbishop Reyes Avenue, Cebu - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (965 reviews)

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    Why book with Wotif ?

    Pocket Guide: Cebu

    Wot about an island escape to the beautiful Philippines? Bypass the hustle and bustle of Manila and settle for something a bit more laidback in our Cebu accommodation. The island of Cebu is a gateway to exploring the surrounding islands of the Visayan region and Cebu City is the second largest city in the Philippines, so you'll have plenty to do while you're here.

    History

    Cebu is considered the oldest city in the Philippines and was thriving as a port city well before the Spaniards arrived in 1521. The Spanish conquest was fierce and in 1565, Cebu came under Spanish rule. The rest of the nation quickly followed and most of the population converted to Catholicism. Although the country is no longer Spanish terrain, Catholicism still runs through the Filipino people's veins.

    Things to do

    When you arrive, you'll land at the Cebu Mactan Airport in Lapu Lapu. If you're not groggy from jet lag, you can pay a visit to the Lapu Lapu Shrine. The statue was erected in honour of Datu Lapu Lapu, a local warrior who killed Spanish invader, Ferdinand Magellan.

    Make a beeline for Magellan's Cross, which has been standing since the Spanish explorer arrived in 1521. While you're here, you'll notice the candles at the foot of the cross but make sure you look up to admire the ceiling painting too, which depicts Magellan's landing in Cebu. When you’re done there, head to the Basilica Minor del Santo Niño where you'll see the carved replica of Santo Niño, brought over by Ferdinand Magellan and considered Cebu's patron saint. If you're in Cebu in January, you'll be able to take part in the massive street parade dedicated to Santo Niño, the incredible Sinulog Fiesta!

    After seeing the main sights of the city, wot about testing Lady Luck at the Waterfront Hotel and Casino? If gambling’s not your thing head to the top floor of the Crown Regency Hotel and go for a sky-high walk around the edge of the building. If you're still feeling dare-devilish, you can give the Edge Coaster a go. Strap yourself in and get ready to be tilted over the side of the Crown Regency from 38 floors up – just don't look down!

    Shopping and dining

    Whip out your credit and hit SM and Ayala. These huge shopping centres will keep you busy for days, so pace yourself. If it’s a genuine local shopping experience you’re after then the downtown area of Colon and the bustling Carbon Market is where to go.

    When it comes to dining, you've got everything from tasty street food to western cuisine to choose from. Make sure that you try some lechon before you leave though. This spit roasted pork (or chicken if you'd prefer) is eaten throughout the Philippines but Cebu is particularly famous for the dish. When the sun goes down, you can enjoy the nightlife at Mango Avenue and Mango Square in Cebu City or at Park Avenue in Mandaue City.

    Getting here and around

    To get here, grab one of these cheap flights to Cebu and then get around on a jeepney, jump in a taxi or, hire a scooter.

    Ready to see Cebu? Book your flights today and while you’re in holiday mode, pick out one of our Cebu hotels.

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