Bohol with its close-to-perfect white beaches has become a popular tourist destination in the Philippines. There are various choices of hotels in Bohol catering to all kinds of tourists. But travelers looking for the cheap hotels in Bohol should take a look at GV Hotels. GV Hotels offer all the basic amenities needed for a comfortable accommodation without the extra cost.
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GV Hotels in Bohol
GV Hotels Bohol
National Highway Cor. Tan
Pentong Sts., Ubay, Bohol
+63 38 518-8343
Bohol is an island province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas region. Its capital is Tagbilaran City.
The province is a popular tourist destination with its beaches and resorts located at Panglao Island. Bohol is also known for its diving locations and is routinely listed as one of the top ten diving locations in the world.
Bohol is home to the world-famous Chocolate Hills and the Philippine Tarsier (considered the second-smallest primate in the world).
Visit Bohol now and experience more fun in the Philippines. While there may be a lot of hotels in Bohol to choose from, GV Hotels provide the best value for your money. No frills, budget accommodation for the practical traveler!
Must See (Places to Go, Tourist Spots, Things to Do)
- Ubay Stock Farm – The Ubay Stock Farm houses different breeds of imported cattle. With a land area of 4,500 hectares, it is one of the largest government stock farms in the country. It is a research facility for cattle, goat, sheep and ostrich breeding. Worth visiting within the Farm is Kaugjoan Falls.
- Capayas Dam – Considered as one of the largest dams of the province, the dam is the major source of water supply for home use and irrigation.
- Ubay Agri-Park – A 100-hectar land, Ubay Agri-Park is a learning park which aims to promote Bohol’s agri-tourism by exhibiting the province’s advancement in farming technology. Personnels of the park are trained to answer any inquiries guests may have regarding their technology.
- Gaviola Ancestral House – Found near the church plaza, the Gaviola Ancestral House has cut stone ground floor, a wooden 2nd floor and a painted ceiling by Cebuano artist Ray Francia.
- Municipal Hall – Built during the American era, the municipal hall is located some distrance from the church and boasts of having its own plaza.
Food – Where to Eat
When in Ubay, Bohol don’t miss the chance to eat at San’s Grille Chicken Ati-Atihan at Col. Marciano Garces St. Poblacion. Their tagline sums it all up : “sasayaw ka sa sarap” and “we didn’t invent chicken barbeque, we perfected it“.Read More
Ubay- Ubay Festival – a celebration as lively and as colorful as the famous Sinulog of Cebu, Ubay’s town fiesta is held every 29th day of January in commemoration and honor of their patron saint, Santo Nino.
During the festivities devotees, tourists and vendors flock the church for some dancing, singing and praying. Lively music played on the street invites everyone to dance for some good luck, wealth, health and abundant blessings.
How to Get There
Getting in and out of Bohol and its towns is quite is easy as the island is accessible by both boat and plane.
The Tagbiliran Airport is right in the middle of the city of Bohol. Regular flights service the airport from Manila and Cebu. Flight from Manila takes approximately 2 hours while flights from Cebu takes only 25 minutes.
If you are travelling by land, bus trips are available from Manila via Quezon Province passing by the Mayon Volcano then to Sorsogon. You will have to ride a RORO boat to Samar then travel to the San Juanico Bridge in Leyte. Another RORO ride must be taken to get to Bohol. Bus trips are also available from Mindanao via Southern Leyte.
Once in Bohol, catch a a bus or jeep to get to Ubay which will take approximately 2.5 to 3 hours drive.
Getting Around Ubay, Bohol
Transportation in Ubay consists mostly of tricycles, multicabs, jeepneys, buses and vans-for-hire. Multicabs and tricycles are used to transport goods and commuters within the town and are usually used for short trips. Vans, buses and jeepneys are used for travel to different towns. Transportation that travel to other municipalities in Bohol are in abundance in the Ubay People’s Terminal.
- Good Morning – Maayong buntag
- Good Afternoon – Maayong hapon
- Good Evening - Maayong gabi-i
- How do I go to <location>? – Unsaon na ko pagadto <location>?
- How much? – Tagpila?
- Do you speak <language>? - Kama-o ka musulti <language>?
Business establishments that service the needs of business people are constantly changing and adding new players. Visit the Ubay Business Essentials page by clicking the button link and see the latest business services offered.Read More
For your financial transaction needs while in UbayRead More
Emergency numbers that you might need to know including police stations and medical facilities while you’re in Ubay
Police – 166 (hotline)
Fire – 160 (hotline)
L. G. Cutamora Community Hospital