7 Cheap Hotels in Palawan Ideal for the Solo Traveler

7 Cheap Hotels in Palawan Ideal for the Solo Traveler

By: Keith Anthony S. Fabro | April 26, 2019


Cheap hotels Palawan

Traveling on your own is very possible in Palawan.


Looking for great accommodation in Palawan that caters to solo flyer could sometimes be daunting. But there is no need to fret as there are many cheap hotels in Palawan for those going solo. In fact, it has everything for all types of solo travelers.

Whether you’re in the lookout for a stylish budget hostel at the heart of a bustling tourist town, a rustic guesthouse on a secluded beach, or a chic hotel in the urban center or on the town’s outskirts, Palawan doesn’t fail to deliver.

To guide you better, check out below our list of cheap hotels in Palawan!


1. Spin Designer Hostel

Price range: PhP 1,200 to PhP 3,200.*
Location: Balinsasayaw Road corner Calle Real, El Nido


accommodation

Spin Hostel’s Mixed Dorm Room stands out with its fresh, modern interior.

Image: Spin Hostel

The place to be for solo wanderers who love travelling “for the gram”, Spin Designer Hostel is Instagrammable at every corner. From its cozy rooms to its picture-perfect shared spaces, everything about Spin is bursting with color and life. Share your adventures and misadventures with your roomies when you stay in Spin’s Mixed Dorm or All-female Dorm.

What’s more, hanging out at its inviting shared spaces allows you to gain new friends you can cherish for life. You can also play board games with other solo travelers at Spin’s The Nest, or chill out at The Deck where seekers like you are treated to otherworldly limestone views while listening to upbeat music.



2. Tapik Beach Park Guest House

Price range: PhP 600 to PhP 2,100.*
Location: Barrio Sibaltan, El Nido


where to stay

Wake up to the soothing sea waves when you sleep in Tapik’s camping hut.

Image: Tapik Beach Park

Adventurous solo backpackers seeking solace and serenity will surely fall in love with Tapik Beach Park Guest House. To get to this backpackers’ haven, drive north of the town proper to Sibaltan for less than an hour. Tapik’s rustic, basic facilities and secluded location will give you a taste of the island life. Here you can stay either in a cottage, hut, or tent, all made of indigenous materials. To make the most of your vacay, you can avail of Tapik’s private island camping and island hopping tours.


3. Mad Monkey Hostel

Price range: PhP 990 to PhP 3,300.*
Location: Nacpan Beach, El Nido


Palawan

Experience island life in Mad Monkey’s native-inspired Mixed Dorm.

Image: Mad Monkey Hostels

If you’re more of a happy go-lucky solo traveler who loves booze, you’ll surely have a good time at Mad Monkey Hostel. You can party all night at Mad Monkey’s rad beachfront bar and meet interesting people from all over the world! If you’re feeling drained and in need of a sound sleep, its native-inspired, clean rooms have got you covered.

If you’re feeling hungry, Mad Monkey’s restaurant also serves mouthwatering local and international dishes hot off the grill, so you don’t have to drive for 45 minutes to El Nido town proper to satisfy your cravings.


4. Hue Hotel

Price range: PhP 5,225 to PhP P8,500.*
Location: Km. 3 Puerto Princesa North Road, Puerto Princesa City


solo traveler

Immerse in Hue Hotel’s chic and cozy Deluxe Room.

Image: Hue Hotels & Resorts

Hue Hotel offers premium accommodations to travelers looking for something hip and creative. Hue’s Deluxe Room, accentuated with geometric wall art and geometric-printed pillows and carpet, is perfect for soloists in search for something stylish and sensible. The room allows you to enjoy unlimited Wi-Fi access and complimentary bottled water, coffee and tea. It is also equipped with a cable TV, a safety deposit box, and a hairdryer.



Its vintage-inspired Matiz Restaurant and Tapas Bar serves delectable dishes from the Philippines, Spain, America, and Vietnam. Hue’s chic roof-deck swimming pool features pops of colors, thanks to its terrazzo tile flooring. Not only the pool is Instagram-worthy, the great city view it offers is picturesque, too!


5. Canvas Boutique Hotel

Price range: PhP 4,550 to PhP 5,500.*
Location: Palawan North Road corner San Juan Street, Barangay San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City


budget hotels

Canvas’ Superior Room is a haven for artsy solo travelers.

Image: Canvas Boutique Hotel

Canvas Boutique Hotel boasts of a Superior Room ideal for a solo traveler on a leisure or business trip. The 25-square meter fully air-conditioned room is fitted with a king-sized bed, a three-point en suite bathroom with a hairdryer and toiletries, a 40-inch cable TV, and a writing desk, among other room features. Every corner at Canvas Boutique Hotel is a work of art as it is adorned with nature-inspired mural paintings.

Where food and art come together, Canvas’ Painted Table Restaurant doesn’t disappoint in giving diners an unforgettable culinary experience. As a bonus, the hotel is also just a two-minute drive away from the airport, perfect for soloists who are always on the go.


6. The Palladium Hotel

Price range: PhP 4,290 to PhP 4,950.*
Location: National Highway, Barangay 6, Coron


inn

Experience a regal stay at the Palladium Hotel.

Image: The Palladium Hotel

Solo wanderers who want to stay at a posh hotel in Santorini but don’t want to leave the country may book Coron’s The Palladium Hotel instead. With its Versace-styled suites, whitewashed walls, sapphire-colored swimming pool, and cobalt blue accents at every corner, you’ll instantly feel you’re in the famous Greek isle. The boutique hotel’s Superior Queen Room fits two but since you’re travelling solo, you can enjoy its comfy bed all to yourself!

To complete your Greek-like vacation experience, dine in at the hotel’s restaurant that specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. The Palladium Hotel, meanwhile, sits just around 6 kilometers away from Coron’s iconic Twin Lagoon and Kayangan Lake.



7. Al Faro Cosmio Hotel

Price range: PhP 2,600 to PhP 8,000.*
Location: D’Pearl Bay, Busuanga


lodging

Al Faro’s Micronesian-inspired room on the hillside is overlooking the bay.

Image: Al Faroi Palawan

Situated atop a hill, Al Faro Cosmio Hotel is a lighthouse resort overlooking one of Busuanga’s splendid bays. The hotel’s Micronesian-style bungalow offers stunning ocean views and an incredible sunset. As a hotel that offers an ideal environment for the rejuvenation of the body and the mind, Al Faro invites you to avail of its three-to-five-day yoga retreat package.

The establishment also arranges tours to Busuanga’s unspoiled, remote islands that boasts of long stretch of white sand beaches, as well as to Calauit Safari Park where you can get up close and personal with African and Palawan-native animals.


To know the best places to stay in Palawan, check out Yoorekka!


Have you already found an accommodation that suits your budget and taste? Book a room now and enjoy your stay!


* Prices may change without prior notice.



Cheap hotels Palawan

Traveling on your own is very possible in Palawan.


Looking for great accommodation in Palawan that caters to solo flyer could sometimes be daunting. But there is no need to fret as there are many cheap hotels in Palawan for those going solo. In fact, it has everything for all types of solo travelers.

Whether you’re in the lookout for a stylish budget hostel at the heart of a bustling tourist town, a rustic guesthouse on a secluded beach, or a chic hotel in the urban center or on the town’s outskirts, Palawan doesn’t fail to deliver.

To guide you better, check out below our list of cheap hotels in Palawan!


1. Spin Designer Hostel

Price range: PhP 1,200 to PhP 3,200.*
Location: Balinsasayaw Road corner Calle Real, El Nido


accommodation

Spin Hostel’s Mixed Dorm Room stands out with its fresh, modern interior.

Image: Spin Hostel

The place to be for solo wanderers who love travelling “for the gram”, Spin Designer Hostel is Instagrammable at every corner. From its cozy rooms to its picture-perfect shared spaces, everything about Spin is bursting with color and life. Share your adventures and misadventures with your roomies when you stay in Spin’s Mixed Dorm or All-female Dorm.

What’s more, hanging out at its inviting shared spaces allows you to gain new friends you can cherish for life. You can also play board games with other solo travelers at Spin’s The Nest, or chill out at The Deck where seekers like you are treated to otherworldly limestone views while listening to upbeat music.



2. Tapik Beach Park Guest House

Price range: PhP 600 to PhP 2,100.*
Location: Barrio Sibaltan, El Nido


where to stay

Wake up to the soothing sea waves when you sleep in Tapik’s camping hut.

Image: Tapik Beach Park

Adventurous solo backpackers seeking solace and serenity will surely fall in love with Tapik Beach Park Guest House. To get to this backpackers’ haven, drive north of the town proper to Sibaltan for less than an hour. Tapik’s rustic, basic facilities and secluded location will give you a taste of the island life. Here you can stay either in a cottage, hut, or tent, all made of indigenous materials. To make the most of your vacay, you can avail of Tapik’s private island camping and island hopping tours.


3. Mad Monkey Hostel

Price range: PhP 990 to PhP 3,300.*
Location: Nacpan Beach, El Nido


Palawan

Experience island life in Mad Monkey’s native-inspired Mixed Dorm.

Image: Mad Monkey Hostels

If you’re more of a happy go-lucky solo traveler who loves booze, you’ll surely have a good time at Mad Monkey Hostel. You can party all night at Mad Monkey’s rad beachfront bar and meet interesting people from all over the world! If you’re feeling drained and in need of a sound sleep, its native-inspired, clean rooms have got you covered.

If you’re feeling hungry, Mad Monkey’s restaurant also serves mouthwatering local and international dishes hot off the grill, so you don’t have to drive for 45 minutes to El Nido town proper to satisfy your cravings.


4. Hue Hotel

Price range: PhP 5,225 to PhP P8,500.*
Location: Km. 3 Puerto Princesa North Road, Puerto Princesa City


solo traveler

Immerse in Hue Hotel’s chic and cozy Deluxe Room.

Image: Hue Hotels & Resorts

Hue Hotel offers premium accommodations to travelers looking for something hip and creative. Hue’s Deluxe Room, accentuated with geometric wall art and geometric-printed pillows and carpet, is perfect for soloists in search for something stylish and sensible. The room allows you to enjoy unlimited Wi-Fi access and complimentary bottled water, coffee and tea. It is also equipped with a cable TV, a safety deposit box, and a hairdryer.



Its vintage-inspired Matiz Restaurant and Tapas Bar serves delectable dishes from the Philippines, Spain, America, and Vietnam. Hue’s chic roof-deck swimming pool features pops of colors, thanks to its terrazzo tile flooring. Not only the pool is Instagram-worthy, the great city view it offers is picturesque, too!


5. Canvas Boutique Hotel

Price range: PhP 4,550 to PhP 5,500.*
Location: Palawan North Road corner San Juan Street, Barangay San Miguel, Puerto Princesa City


budget hotels

Canvas’ Superior Room is a haven for artsy solo travelers.

Image: Canvas Boutique Hotel

Canvas Boutique Hotel boasts of a Superior Room ideal for a solo traveler on a leisure or business trip. The 25-square meter fully air-conditioned room is fitted with a king-sized bed, a three-point en suite bathroom with a hairdryer and toiletries, a 40-inch cable TV, and a writing desk, among other room features. Every corner at Canvas Boutique Hotel is a work of art as it is adorned with nature-inspired mural paintings.

Where food and art come together, Canvas’ Painted Table Restaurant doesn’t disappoint in giving diners an unforgettable culinary experience. As a bonus, the hotel is also just a two-minute drive away from the airport, perfect for soloists who are always on the go.


6. The Palladium Hotel

Price range: PhP 4,290 to PhP 4,950.*
Location: National Highway, Barangay 6, Coron


inn

Experience a regal stay at the Palladium Hotel.

Image: The Palladium Hotel

Solo wanderers who want to stay at a posh hotel in Santorini but don’t want to leave the country may book Coron’s The Palladium Hotel instead. With its Versace-styled suites, whitewashed walls, sapphire-colored swimming pool, and cobalt blue accents at every corner, you’ll instantly feel you’re in the famous Greek isle. The boutique hotel’s Superior Queen Room fits two but since you’re travelling solo, you can enjoy its comfy bed all to yourself!

To complete your Greek-like vacation experience, dine in at the hotel’s restaurant that specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. The Palladium Hotel, meanwhile, sits just around 6 kilometers away from Coron’s iconic Twin Lagoon and Kayangan Lake.



7. Al Faro Cosmio Hotel

Price range: PhP 2,600 to PhP 8,000.*
Location: D’Pearl Bay, Busuanga


lodging

Al Faro’s Micronesian-inspired room on the hillside is overlooking the bay.

Image: Al Faroi Palawan

Situated atop a hill, Al Faro Cosmio Hotel is a lighthouse resort overlooking one of Busuanga’s splendid bays. The hotel’s Micronesian-style bungalow offers stunning ocean views and an incredible sunset. As a hotel that offers an ideal environment for the rejuvenation of the body and the mind, Al Faro invites you to avail of its three-to-five-day yoga retreat package.

The establishment also arranges tours to Busuanga’s unspoiled, remote islands that boasts of long stretch of white sand beaches, as well as to Calauit Safari Park where you can get up close and personal with African and Palawan-native animals.


To know the best places to stay in Palawan, check out Yoorekka!


Have you already found an accommodation that suits your budget and taste? Book a room now and enjoy your stay!


* Prices may change without prior notice.



Keith Anthony S. Fabro

Keith Anthony Fabro is a freelancer based in Narra, Palawan. He explores the great outdoors, talks to strangers, and designs promotional materials for a living. In his free time, he practices mindful meditation or reads anything about personality psychology and the natural environment, all while listening to mellow music. When inspiration strikes, he writes spoken poetry. He can live with just water and chocolates.

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