Looking for hotels near Bahay Alumni? Take inspiration from real travelers.

Davao Hotels Recommended for You

Discover our trending hotels close to Bahay Alumni

5 star

Find More Hotels

Business travel

Find More Hotels

Breakfast

The Madeline Boutique Hotel & Suites
4.1/56 Reviews

The Madeline Boutique Hotel & Suites

Davao|0.85km from Bahay Alumni
We were a group of 4 for my first trip to Davao and this hotel's modern design of repurposed container vans quickly caught my eyes. The hotel is located in a mixed neighborhood, somewhat away from most touristy areas, although G Mall and Abreeza Mall are less than 1.5km away. There are plenty of seating areas on the upper areas, but these are open air, therefore, weather-dependent. The quad room is spacious and has a good mount of storage space, between the wardrobe and the TV cabinet. The room has 2 queen size beds, which are of decent firmness... so quad in this sense means shared sleeping for 2 people. The 4-person room also comes with breakfast, but only for 2. Breakfast for the other 2 would mean paying PHP350 per person per day. We were disappointed with breakfast and skipped it on the 2nd and 3rd days of our stay. The front desk staff were friendly. However, I wished they were more equipped to give information on what Davao had to offer and where to go. The night before we checked out, we specifically requested if they could reserve a taxi for us by 5:30 am and was assured that this will be done. That morning, we repeated this request during wakeup call and at checkout. We were told by the staff that the guard is out on the street to hail one for us. 15 minutes later we were still on the roadside, waiting for a taxi. Thinking that the hotel might not have a directory of taxi company numbers, hence the failure to book a taxi as assured. However, we were surprised that the staff actually had the required information and actually called a taxi... more than 15 minutes AFTER the time we requested it. Thank goodness that we gave ourselves extra time otherwise we'd have missed our flight.

Find More Hotels

Explore Guest Reviews of Hotels in Davao

Searching for hotels near Bahay Alumni? Compare room rates and reviews to find your ideal stay.
My Hotel
3.5/59 Reviews
I stayed here last October 2019 for 4 nights. I booked for a double room in this hotel, the space is just okay. It has a double bed, 1 side table, work table, flatscreen tv with some channels, hot and cold showers and towels and free toiletries (tissue and soap). Cleanliness ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (3/5): I rated just 3 because there’s a bit of weird smell upon entering the room. The comforter, sheets, pillow cases and blankets have stains and smells old. The floor also are dusty and the showers and faucets are a little bit rusty. Comfort ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (4/5): The matress itself are comfortable and the airconditioning works properly but as mentioned above, the sheets smells old. Services ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (5/5): I love their services. Specially the front desk officers (Apple and I forgot to ask the name of the other one), they are very professional and accommodating. We asked them a lot of times regarding directions and they always gave us a detailed one. So we didn’t got lost getting around Davao. The restaurant staff are also very accommodating and the food services are very quick. Food ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (5/5): We ate here everyday for our free breakfasts and all of the plated meals I ordered I am very much satisfied. They served the food plentiful and they even have unli brewed coffee every morning. Location ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (5/5): I can say that this hotel is in a very strategic location because it is near to some of the tourist destinations of Davao like People’s Park, Roxas Night Market, Bankerohan Public Market. It is also very near many restaurants and some of the jeepneys and taxi routes (To Eden Nature Park (Toril bound), To Jack’s Ridge (Matina bound) are just walking distance or just in front from or of the hotel.
Lispher Inn
4.1/56 Reviews
I like the deign of the hotel, the reception is not congested have enough spacious that you can smell fresh air, and the hotel staff will guide you where you can able to buy cheap native products like durian etc.
Q8 Hotel - Davao
3.8/542 Reviews
Nice location. Near to Davao City Hall and San Pedro Church. Near to McDonald and 7/11 stores. Near public market and grocery stores. Amenities need to improve like need to provide doormat, hangers, hanger rack, and bathroom tissue. The WiFi connection is not so good on the 2nd floor. Staffs are friendly but need to be oriented more on public transportation like how to get to a certain place using public vehicles. In that way they can help more. Haven't tried their meals. Air conditioning is good. The bed is wide enough for two. The shower is hot and cold. The drainage in the bathroom is okay.
The Strand Suites and Dormitel
4.1/525 Reviews
THE SITUATION We were on a budget and planned to stay for an entire week. We chose The Strand because the online information said it: 1) Was in the right location (near malls) 2) Fit our budget of less than 1000 pesos a night 3) Pictures showed it was clean and looked fairly new 4) Didn't have that motel vibe PROS: 1) Affordable -- less than 1000 a night, man. 2) Friendly, accommodating staff -- we had to change our booking because we were going to stay in another hotel after our first night in Davao, and then go back to The Strand on the third night. Of course, we gave this confirmation before the no cancellation deadline, but what I liked was that we didn't have to do any rebooking online. The staff arranged the modification for us. 3) Morning coffee and bread -- The booking.com information said that breakfast wasn't included. They actually serve one cup of coffee (Nescafe 3-in-1) and one piece of bread (stuffed pandesal) from 6am-10am. It's not a substitute for a proper breakfast, but it can stave off hunger while you're on your way to finding a restaurant or cafe. 4) New building -- It was built only 2 years ago 5) Clean -- Some dirt between the bathroom tiles but not a big deal CONS: 1) Steep & limited parking -- We cracked the car's front fender, and there were only two parking slots. Another option is street parking, but then won't be as secure. 2) No 24-hour pharmacies within walking distance -- I got sick and the hotel doesn't sell paracetamols either. Bring your own med kit if you plan to stay here. 3) No elevator -- They only have 4 levels, so not a big deal unless you're a PWD. Just request for a lower floor upon booking, NOT upon check-in. 4) No jeepney or bus stops nearby -- it's an 8-10 minute walk from the hotel to the nearest street with public transport. We suggest downloading the Grab application so that you can book a taxi anytime. Davao taxi drivers are nice :) 5) Saggy mattress OVERALL: Great for those who are no-frills travelers. The room was very basic, but spacious and clean (we booked a studio). However, next time we might stay somewhere else with better parking and closer to a convenience store or pharmacy. There were other minuscule inconveniences but at such a cheap price per night I was happy to just let them go.
Rogen Inn
3.5/512 Reviews
Rogen Inn is a relatively new hotel. I was told they just opened this year. Location-wise, while it is still technically within the Poblacion or city center, I find that one has to walk a few thousands of feet before reaching the main highway. While there are restaurants and a coffee shop within the hotel building, you may find the need to look for other options. This is not available within a stone's throw. The free breakfast from MarinaTuna in the hotel complex is basic. It fills the tummy, but not the gastronomic soul. In terms of facilities, it has bad internet service and bad cable TV. Channels are few. Watching is a drag. The size of the room can only accommodate 2 people. 3 individuals won't fit in comfortably in one room. Staff are helpful in fairness, but won't go beyond the call of duty. If you need a more strategic hotel, this is not it. Otherwise, this will do.
The Madeline Boutique Hotel & Suites
4.1/56 Reviews
We were a group of 4 for my first trip to Davao and this hotel's modern design of repurposed container vans quickly caught my eyes. The hotel is located in a mixed neighborhood, somewhat away from most touristy areas, although G Mall and Abreeza Mall are less than 1.5km away. There are plenty of seating areas on the upper areas, but these are open air, therefore, weather-dependent. The quad room is spacious and has a good mount of storage space, between the wardrobe and the TV cabinet. The room has 2 queen size beds, which are of decent firmness... so quad in this sense means shared sleeping for 2 people. The 4-person room also comes with breakfast, but only for 2. Breakfast for the other 2 would mean paying PHP350 per person per day. We were disappointed with breakfast and skipped it on the 2nd and 3rd days of our stay. The front desk staff were friendly. However, I wished they were more equipped to give information on what Davao had to offer and where to go. The night before we checked out, we specifically requested if they could reserve a taxi for us by 5:30 am and was assured that this will be done. That morning, we repeated this request during wakeup call and at checkout. We were told by the staff that the guard is out on the street to hail one for us. 15 minutes later we were still on the roadside, waiting for a taxi. Thinking that the hotel might not have a directory of taxi company numbers, hence the failure to book a taxi as assured. However, we were surprised that the staff actually had the required information and actually called a taxi... more than 15 minutes AFTER the time we requested it. Thank goodness that we gave ourselves extra time otherwise we'd have missed our flight.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I book a hotel on Trip.com?

    To book a hotel on Trip.com, simply enter your destination, travel dates, and the number of guests on the page. Then, browse through the available hotels and select the one you want to book. Follow the prompts to enter your payment information and complete the booking.

  • How to get cheap hotels on Trip.com?

    There are several ways to discover affordable hotels on Trip.com. You can narrow down your search results by filtering hotels according to your preferred price range, or you can sort the results by price to view the least expensive options first.

  • Where can I find hotel deals on Trip.com?

    Trip.com offers a diverse selection of hotel deals and promotions that are available throughout the year. You can easily find these special offers on our deals page. Moreover, if you are a member of our loyalty program, you can log in to your account and discover exclusive discounted rates at hotel list pages.

  • What is the way to get lower prices at hotels?

    Sometimes booking hotels in midweek is cheaper, but it also depends on the season.

  • How many hotels are listed in Trip.com?

    There are over 5,000,000 hotels in more than 230 countries or regions on Trip.com. Don't know which hotel to book? Browse the site to get ideas!

  • Can I cancel or change my hotel reservation on Trip.com?

    It depends on the hotel policy and cancellation date. Kindly check the policy section of related hotel pages. To cancel or change your reservation, log in to your trip.com account, go to "My Bookings," and follow the instructions.

  • How do I contact trip.com customer service?

    You can contact trip.com 24/7 customer service by visiting the trip.com help center and submitting a support request. You can also contact them by phone or chat, depending on your location.

Davao Travel Guide

There are many discounted hotels on Trip.com. Planning a trip to Davao? In Davao, both areas with attractions and the city center are good places to stay. For trips in Davao, you can choose hotels around the city center or accommodations near popular attractions.

Francisco Bangoy International Airport is the primary airport in Davao.

On Trip.com, there are 85 recommended hotels in Davao. The local average price is 40 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 1 five-star hotels in Davao at an average price of 59 USD per night. There are 4 four-star hotels in Davao at an average price of 67 USD per night. There are 38 three-star hotels in Davao at an average price of 38 USD per night. There are 33 two-star hotels in Davao at an average price of 27 USD per night. Unique local hotels in Davao provide guests a unique and fresh feeling. If the comfort level of your trip is important, there are many choices in Davao, such as hotels under the Marco Polo brand. Marco Polo is the top choice of many travelers in Davao. Red Planet Davao is one of the most popular hotels in Davao. If you're still unsure, Trip.com recommends Hotel Galleria Davao.

There are quite a few famous attractions in downtown Davao, such as Philippine Eagle Centre, Tamayong Prayer Mountain, Crocodile Park. If you want to spend a fun vacation with your family, locals recommend visiting Pangubatan Beach, Kaputian Beach, Samal Island. You can also visit top-rated attractions like Matina Town Square, Eden Nature Park. Commercial areas like SM City Davao, Abreeza Mall, SM Lanang Premier are ideal places to buy souvenirs.

Average Temperature

• January to March: 29.12°C during the day, 24.42°C at night

• April to June: 30.14°C during the day, 25.36°C at night

• July to September: 29.38°C during the day, 24.95°C at night

• October to December: 29.56°C during the day, 24.94°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 97.2 cm

• Summer: 180.57 cm

• Autumn: 176.4 cm

• Winter: 143.4 cm

Show less