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Vigan City, Ilocos Sur, Philippines
May 21 — May 222
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Escolta's Homey Lodge
Escolta's Homey Lodge
8.2 Excellent
Calle Crisologo, Ilocos Sur, Vigan City, Philippines
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0.3 km from city centre, Vigan City 
ExcellentBased on 82 reviews
8.2

Located amongst a range of tourist hot spots, boutiques and dining options, Escolta's Homey Lodge is ideal for those wishing to discover Vigan and its surroundings. Guests can also enjoy free internet access throughout the property.

NSCC Plaza Hotel
NSCC Plaza Hotel
6.3 Good
Caoayan, Vigan City, Philippines
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3.2 km from city centre, Vigan City 
GoodBased on 7 reviews
6.3

NSCC Plaza Hotel provides a comfortable setting while in Vigan. It offers complimentary Wi-Fi, a kids pool and an outdoor pool.

Nscc Hotel Vigan
Nscc Hotel Vigan
8.1 Excellent
A. Reyes, Vigan City, Philippines
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0.2 km from city centre, Vigan City 
ExcellentBased on 11 reviews
8.1

NSCC Hotel Vigan is located in Vigan and offers guests free Wi-Fi. It is close to Calle Crisologo, eateries and shops.

ZEN Rooms Balai Mestizo Vigan
ZEN Rooms Balai Mestizo Vigan
7.8 Good
Liberation Boulevard, Vigan City, Philippines
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0.8 km from city centre, Vigan City 
GoodBased on 12 reviews
7.8

This pet-friendly lodge is located in Vigan and features free Wi-Fi. It is ideally positioned for those wanting to discover the area's attractions.

Tips for booking a Vigan City hotel

Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:March
Average price in Vigan City:₱2,646/night
Cheapest price found:₱449/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Monday
₱1,251 - ₱4,506
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
₱1,513 - ₱2,378
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Cheapest hotels in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur

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Escolta's Homey Lodge
Escolta's Homey Lodge
8.2 Excellent
Calle Crisologo, Ilocos Sur, Vigan City, Philippines
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0.3 km from city centre,  

Located amongst a range of tourist hot spots, boutiques and dining options, Escolta's Homey Lodge is ideal for those wishing to discover Vigan and its surroundings. Guests can also enjoy free internet access throughout the property.

₱1,412
Avg. per night
NSCC Plaza Hotel
NSCC Plaza Hotel
6.3 Good
Caoayan, Vigan City, Philippines
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3.2 km from city centre,  

NSCC Plaza Hotel provides a comfortable setting while in Vigan. It offers complimentary Wi-Fi, a kids pool and an outdoor pool.

₱2,092
Avg. per night
Nscc Hotel Vigan
Nscc Hotel Vigan
8.1 Excellent
A. Reyes, Vigan City, Philippines
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0.2 km from city centre,  

NSCC Hotel Vigan is located in Vigan and offers guests free Wi-Fi. It is close to Calle Crisologo, eateries and shops.

₱2,473
Avg. per night
ZEN Rooms Balai Mestizo Vigan
ZEN Rooms Balai Mestizo Vigan
7.8 Good
Liberation Boulevard, Vigan City, Philippines
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0.8 km from city centre,  

This pet-friendly lodge is located in Vigan and features free Wi-Fi. It is ideally positioned for those wanting to discover the area's attractions.

₱3,927
Avg. per night

Hotel prices in Vigan City

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Escolta's Homey Lodge
#1 Most popular

Escolta's Homey Lodge

Calle Crisologo, Ilocos Sur, Vigan City, Philippines

8.2 Excellent
₱1,412

Avg. per night

ZEN Rooms Balai Mestizo Vigan
#2 Most popular

ZEN Rooms Balai Mestizo Vigan

Liberation Boulevard, Vigan City, Philippines

7.8 Good
₱3,927

Avg. per night

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About Vigan City

Located on the northwestern coast of the Philippines, the city of Vigan is the capital of Ilocos Sur province. The only UNESCO World Heritage City in the country, it is home to over 180 historic houses, impressive colonial churches, fascinating museums and delicious cuisine.

A good place to begin a Vigan exploration is in the Mestizo District. It allows visitors a glimpse into the colonial history of the city. Walk the streets admiring the Spanish and Asian architecture of houses built by the early Chinese traders. Eagle-eyed moviegoers may recognise some of the streets from the film “Born on the Fourth of July”. Continue to St. Paul’s Metropolitan Cathedral. Built around 1790 by Augustinians, it has an eight-sided bell tower which highlights its Feng-shui influences. Nestled close to the river and the cathedral lies Plaza Burgos. The bustling square is known for its monuments and street food stalls. Visitors should sample the empanada, a savoury pastry filled with meat and vegetables popular with locals. At the opposite end of the cathedral sits Plaza Salcedo, where dancing fountains illuminate the city with a kaleidoscope of colours after dark. Those wishing to delve deep into local history can do so in one of Vigan’s museums. The Philippine National Museum houses local artefacts, jewellery, costumes and dioramas displaying historical events which occurred in Ilocos Sur. A plethora of antique and souvenir shops can be found in the Mestizo District around the streets of Crisologo and Plaridel. Alternatively, try haggling for gifts at Vigan Public Market.

Getting around Vigan City Centre is possible on foot, as the streets are fascinating to explore and attractions are close to one another. Another option is to travel via tricycle or horse-drawn carriage. Visitors arriving from Manila can do so by bus, as there are regular services with a journey time of around 10 hours. Vigan also has a small airport for domestic flights.

Vigan was originally a coastal trading post for Chinese traders. When the Spanish captured and settled the city in 1572, it became a centre of religious and political power in the Ilocos Sur province. Today, it is home to a melting pot of cultures with colonial buildings and cobbled streets, international restaurants and a rich, fascinating heritage which stretches back centuries.

Vigan City travel FAQs

Located on the northwestern coast of the Philippines, the city of Vigan is the capital of Ilocos Sur province. The only UNESCO World Heritage City in the country, it is home to over 180 historic houses, impressive colonial churches, fascinating museums and delicious cuisine.

A good place to begin a Vigan exploration is in the Mestizo District. It allows visitors a glimpse into the colonial history of the city. Walk the streets admiring the Spanish and Asian architecture of houses built by the early Chinese traders. Eagle-eyed moviegoers may recognise some of the streets from the film “Born on the Fourth of July”. Continue to St. Paul’s Metropolitan Cathedral. Built around 1790 by Augustinians, it has an eight-sided bell tower which highlights its Feng-shui influences. Nestled close to the river and the cathedral lies Plaza Burgos. The bustling square is known for its monuments and street food stalls. Visitors should sample the empanada, a savoury pastry filled with meat and vegetables popular with locals. At the opposite end of the cathedral sits Plaza Salcedo, where dancing fountains illuminate the city with a kaleidoscope of colours after dark. Those wishing to delve deep into local history can do so in one of Vigan’s museums. The Philippine National Museum houses local artefacts, jewellery, costumes and dioramas displaying historical events which occurred in Ilocos Sur. A plethora of antique and souvenir shops can be found in the Mestizo District around the streets of Crisologo and Plaridel. Alternatively, try haggling for gifts at Vigan Public Market.

Getting around Vigan City Centre is possible on foot, as the streets are fascinating to explore and attractions are close to one another. Another option is to travel via tricycle or horse-drawn carriage. Visitors arriving from Manila can do so by bus, as there are regular services with a journey time of around 10 hours. Vigan also has a small airport for domestic flights.

Vigan was originally a coastal trading post for Chinese traders. When the Spanish captured and settled the city in 1572, it became a centre of religious and political power in the Ilocos Sur province. Today, it is home to a melting pot of cultures with colonial buildings and cobbled streets, international restaurants and a rich, fascinating heritage which stretches back centuries.

  • What are the best hotels in Vigan City?

    One of the most popular hotels in Vigan City is Hotel Luna, which has been reviewed by 40 users and currently has a rating of 9.5/10. Other top-rated locations include Ciudad Fernandina Hotel and OveMar Resort Hotel, which have received 8.3/10 and 8.2/10 ratings from our users, respectively.

  • How much do hotels in Vigan City cost?

    Vigan City hotels have an average price of ₱2,459/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days).

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Vigan City?

    ₱994 per night is the cheapest Vigan City hotel price found in our data from the last 72 hours.