Last month, I spent four and a half days Siargao with the boyfriend and his sister. It’s my current favorite island in the Philippines, which is why last year’s trip had a sequel. 😀
For the duration of our trip, we stayed at Villa Solaria. It’s located in General Luna, beside Harana Surf Resort and across Aventino’s Pizza.
We got a fan room that accommodates three people. It had two levels, with a double bed on the lower deck and a single bed on the upper deck. Despite the room not having an AC, the huge ceiling fan made it really cold during the night.
If you’re planning to stay at Villa Solaria, the provided essentials include only towels and a soap, so you have to bring your own toiletries. They also have backpacker accommodations, but I’m not sure what the inclusions are.
The above photo shows the establishment where the reception desk, the lounge area, the kitchen, and the backpacker accommodations (bunk beds and hammocks) are. There are also magazines, books, and a ping pong table for guests who want to spend some downtime in the lounge area. I wasn’t able to take more pictures because… I forgot. 😀
We didn’t get to try the food at the resort though, so I can’t tell you anything about it. However, what I do know is that guests can use to kitchen to cook their own meals.
Since I’m the kind of person who makes sure that I book my accommodations at the best possible rate, I browsed different booking sites and found out that Travel Book offered the biggest discounts. What made it even better was the “Pay at Hotel” option, which makes it easier to book hotels and resorts for those who do not own a credit card!
To book your Villa Solaria accommodation through Travel Book, click here.
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I am a twenty-something free spirit from Cebu, Philippines. I love to travel, take photos, and write about my experiences. When I’m not traveling, I go freediving wherever. I aim to inspire others to care for the environment, especially our oceans as it is the lifeblood of our planet.