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Isabelo's Inn and Cafe
Sagada,Sagada - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Luggage storage
  3. Breakfast [free]
  4. Shops
  5. Coffee shop
  6. Laundry service
  7. Restaurants
  8. Wi-Fi in public areas
"Isabelo's Inn like any other hotels in Sagada, is a basic hotel. It's a place to sleep at the end of the day. What I like about this hotel was the owner. He is a kind man. He helped check what was wrong with our van when it broke down. He also let us use the bathroom to change our dirty clothes from our spelunking even though we already checked out. By the way, location is great! It's right at the center of the town and it's walking distance to the tourist office and all the restaurants. "
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1776 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 28
Kanip Aw Pines View Lodge
Sagada,Sagada - View on map
  1. Wi-Fi in public areas
  2. Family room
  3. Terrace
  4. Fire extinguisher
  5. English
"The place is a bit of a walk from the town center (15-20 minutes). In spite of this, I still highly recommend this place. It's quiet, clean, the staff are very courteous, the rooms are nice, and the view is amazing! It's really nice to wake up in the morning and have that view of the mountainside and all the trees, the sunlight, the cool air. The air in Sagada is really fresh I might say. We were a group of 4 ladies and we were given a room enough for 5 people. Mang Oscar, the owner I surmise, was very considerate. When we got to the place, there was actually already a room prepared for us. But he saw that we had a 57-year old traveling with us so he offered to give us a room near the lobby so my dear aunt wouldn't have to take the stairs. What great hospitality! They provide free towels. There's a water dispenser at the lobby. They also have a mini-store where you can buy cup noodles, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc. What's also nice is that when we were going home (we took the Baguio route back to Manila). the GL Trans passes by the road near the lodge so we all did not need to walk to the town center with all our heavy bags. I highly recommend Kanip -Aw Lodge to everyone who wish to travel to Sagada. I would definitely stay here again. :)"
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1002 reviews

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USD 43
RedDoorz @ Sagada Sunrise View Homestay
Sagada,Sagada - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Wi-Fi in public areas
  4. Family room
  5. Security [24-hour]
  6. Daily housekeeping
  7. Smoke-free property
  8. Daily disinfection in common areas
"but best place to see the sunrise view with sea of clouds"


358 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 58
The Shire of Sagada
Sagada,Sagada - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Contactless check-in/out
  3. Laundry service
  4. Restaurants
  5. Wi-Fi in public areas
  6. Family room
  7. Smoking area
  8. Smoke-free property
"Highlight of my trip to Sagada I highly recommend the Shire."


111 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 121
AJjaa's Place
Sagada,Sagada - View on map
  1. Pets allowed
  2. Car park
  3. Shuttle service
  4. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Check-in [24-hour]
  7. Contactless check-in/out
  8. Laundry service


16 reviews

AJjaa's Place (Room with private CR)
Sagada,Sagada - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Balcony or terrace
  3. Shared kitchen
  4. Kitchen
  5. Alternative meal arrangement
  6. Non-smoking rooms
  7. On-site accessible restaurants / lounges
  8. Stove
"It was a great find and restful stay at Ajjaa's place."


43 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 22
Masferre Country Inn
Sagada,Sagada - View on map
  1. Shuttle service
  2. Fitness center
  3. Shops
  4. Coffee shop
  5. Laundry service
  6. Restaurants
  7. Tours
  8. Wi-Fi in public areas
"This was probably the hotel with the best location in Sagada. Best part was how near it was from where the bus drops off and picks up passengers. It was likewise near the restaurants and the church. Room was comfortable. Breakfast was good. No regrets whatsoever. Will stay here again should I re-visit Sagada in the future."
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Very good

194 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 55
Pas-it Hostel Sagada
Sagada,Sagada - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Wi-Fi in public areas
  4. Smoke-free property
  5. Body thermometer
  6. First aid kit
  7. Hand sanitizer
  8. Staff trained in safety protocol


6 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 21
Sagada Lodging Home
Sagada,Sagada - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Wi-Fi in public areas
  5. Family room
  6. Smoking area
  7. Car park [nearby]
  8. Smoke-free property
"Excellent also for help with booking local day tours."


29 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 68
Shamrock Tavern Inn
Sagada,Sagada - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Shops
  5. Coffee shop
  6. Bar
  7. Laundry service
  8. Restaurants
"We were here during ASEAN. We're lucky to get the last standard room from Shamrock and booked at the 3f. The room was big enough for two (4 people will fit quite well in it). The first thing we checked was the heater though, haha. it was working well so we were able to bathe peacefully :D we had quite a journey getting to Sagada (from being left by the Sagada bus to having to wait for a ride at Dantay because we took the Bontoc bound bus instead) so when we checked-in we were really hungry. we had no time to waste though so we decided to try Shamrock's kitchen instead of going out to the famous cafes and restos. Faye cooks deliciously. Their prices are not too far from the well-known restos and cafe in Sagada but the taste is incomparable. Listen to them when they suggest meals because it will never fail you :) it's decided then that if we ever come back to Sagada, we'll stay here again. The staffs are nice, i love them. hi Ate Jenny! (their very mabait receptionist :))"
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Very good

427 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 46

Fast facts about Sagada, Philippines

Accommodations79 properties
Popular hotelRedDoorz @ Sagada Sunrise View Homestay
Popular areaSagada
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What's the normal price of a hotel in Sagada?

The typical price for a 4-star resort in Sagada is USD 31. The typical price for a 5-star hotel in Sagada is USD 35.

What are the top resorts in Sagada for families?

Resorts in Sagada that are exceptionally rated by families include Isabelo's Inn and Cafe, RedDoorz @ Sagada Sunrise View Homestay and Kanip Aw Pines View Lodge.

What are the top rated properties around Sagada for solo visitors?

Accommodations located in Sagada that are very highly rated by single travelers are Isabelo's Inn and Cafe, RedDoorz @ Sagada Sunrise View Homestay and Kanip Aw Pines View Lodge.

What are the top hotels found in Sagada for group vacationers?

Hotels in Sagada that are exceptionally rated by group travelers are Isabelo's Inn and Cafe, RedDoorz @ Sagada Sunrise View Homestay and Kanip Aw Pines View Lodge.

What resorts located in Sagada are very highly rated with respect to sanitation?

Propertiesfound in Sagada that is very highly rated with respect to hygiene include The Lalouette Inn and SAGADA VILLAGE BEDS Couple/Family Room (2-5 pax).

What are the very best hotels around Sagada with restaurants?

Properties with restaurants found in Sagada which are exceptionally rated include The Shire of Sagada, The Shire of Sagada and The Shire of Sagada.

What are the top places to stay around Sagada which have bars?

Resorts with bars around Sagada which are exceptionally rated include IYAMAN FARM near SAGADA, The Lalouette Inn and The Lalouette Inn.

How long should I stay in Sagada?

In the past 3 months, visitors remain in Sagada for 1 nights on average. The right duration for your trip will be determined by what you would like to see and explore while there.

Are international travelers allowed into Sagada?

Foreign visitors are allowed into Sagada, based on our most current information. Due to changing restrictions, we strongly recommend that you have a look at here for more information.

Is quarantine mandatory for fully vaccinated travelers to enter Sagada?

Quarantine is not required for fully vaccinated tourists to enter Sagada from outside the country. For up-to-date and in depth information on travel restrictons, please take a look at the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to travel to, or go to here.

Is evidence of vaccination required to enter Sagada?

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to enter Sagada from outside the country. For more details, please make contact with local authority or check out here.

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More about Sagada

Discover the Hidden Gems: Fun Facts About Sagada, Philippines

Sagada is a small town nestled in the Cordillera Mountains of the Philippines. It is famous for its stunning natural beauty, rich culture, and unique traditions. But did you know that Sagada is also home to some fascinating fun facts? For example, Sagada is one of the few places in the world where you can find hanging coffins. These coffins are suspended high up on the cliffs and are believed to bring good luck to the deceased. Another fun fact is that Sagada is known for its delicious coffee, which is locally grown and roasted. And if you're a fan of the movie "That Thing Called Tadhana," you'll be happy to know that many of the scenes were shot in Sagada.

Top Reasons Why Sagada Should Be on Your Travel Bucket List

Sagada is a popular destination for travelers looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Here are some of the top reasons why Sagada should be on your travel bucket list. First, the natural beauty of Sagada is unparalleled. From the stunning rice terraces to the majestic waterfalls, there is no shortage of breathtaking scenery to enjoy. Second, Sagada is a great place to learn about the local culture and traditions. You can visit the famous hanging coffins, explore the caves, and attend a traditional bonfire dance. Third, Sagada is a haven for adventure seekers. You can go hiking, spelunking, and rock climbing, among other activities. Fourth, Sagada is home to some of the friendliest people you'll ever meet. The locals are warm and welcoming, and they will make you feel right at home.

A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Go to Sagada

Getting to Sagada can be a bit tricky, but it's definitely worth the effort. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to go to Sagada. First, you need to get to Baguio City, which is the nearest major city to Sagada. You can take a bus or a private car from Manila to Baguio. Once you're in Baguio, you can take a bus or a van to Sagada. The trip takes around 6 hours, and the road can be quite winding and bumpy, so be prepared for a bit of a rough ride. Alternatively, you can hire a private car to take you directly to Sagada, which is a more comfortable and convenient option.

10 Fun Things to Do in Sagada for an Unforgettable Adventure

Sagada is a paradise for adventure seekers, but there are also plenty of things to do for those who prefer a more relaxed pace. Here are 10 fun things to do in Sagada for an unforgettable adventure. First, visit the hanging coffins, which are a unique and fascinating part of Sagada's culture. Second, explore the Sumaguing Cave, which is one of the largest and most impressive caves in the Philippines. Third, hike to the Bomod-ok Falls, which is a beautiful waterfall surrounded by lush greenery. Fourth, try the local coffee, which is grown and roasted in Sagada. Fifth, attend a traditional bonfire dance, which is a fun and lively way to experience the local culture. Sixth, go rock climbing, which is a popular activity in Sagada. Seventh, visit the Sagada Weaving House, where you can see traditional weaving techniques and buy handmade souvenirs. Eighth, go on a sunset hike to the Kiltepan Viewpoint, which offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Ninth, take a dip in the Bokong Hot Spring, which is a natural hot spring located near Sagada. Tenth, simply relax and enjoy the peaceful and serene atmosphere of Sagada.

Book Your Dream Hotel in Sagada with

When it comes to booking a hotel in Sagada, is the perfect choice. offers a wide range of hotels to suit every budget and preference, from budget-friendly guesthouses to luxurious resorts. Some of the best hotels in Sagada include Isabelo's Inn and Cafe, Kanip Aw Pines View Lodge, Agape Log Cabin, Shamrock Tavern Inn, and Sagada Heritage Village. These hotels offer comfortable and cozy accommodations, as well as excellent amenities such as free Wi-Fi, hot showers, and delicious breakfasts. With, you can easily find and book your dream hotel in Sagada, so you can focus on enjoying your trip.

The Best Time to Visit Sagada: A Seasonal Guide

Sagada is a great destination to visit year-round, but the best time to visit depends on your preferences and interests. Here's a seasonal guide to help you decide the best time to visit Sagada. The dry season, which runs from November to May, is the best time to visit if you want to enjoy the outdoors and go on hikes. The weather is sunny and warm, and the trails are dry and easy to navigate. The wet season, which runs from June to October, is the best time to visit if you want to see the rice terraces in their full glory. The rice fields are lush and green, and the waterfalls are at their most impressive. However, the trails can be muddy and slippery, so be prepared for a bit of a challenge.

Expert Tips for Travelers Planning to Visit Sagada

If you're planning to visit Sagada, here are some expert tips to help you make the most of your trip. First, bring comfortable and sturdy shoes, as you'll be doing a lot of walking and hiking. Second, bring warm clothes, as the weather can get chilly, especially at night. Third, bring a waterproof jacket or poncho, as it can rain unexpectedly. Fourth, bring insect repellent, as there are a lot of mosquitoes and other bugs in Sagada. Fifth, bring cash, as there are only a few ATMs in Sagada and some establishments do not accept credit cards. Sixth, be respectful of the local culture and traditions, and ask for permission before taking photos of people or their property.

Where to Stay in Sagada: A Guide to the Best Accommodations

Sagada offers a wide range of accommodations to suit every budget and preference. Here's a guide to the best accommodations in Sagada. If you're on a budget, you can stay at one of the many guesthouses or homestays in Sagada. These accommodations offer basic amenities and are a great way to experience the local culture. If you're looking for something more comfortable, you can stay at one of the mid-range hotels in Sagada, such as Isabelo's Inn and Cafe or Kanip Aw Pines View Lodge. These hotels offer comfortable accommodations and excellent amenities, such as free Wi-Fi and hot showers. If you're looking for luxury, you can stay at one of the high-end resorts in Sagada, such as Agape Log Cabin or Sagada Heritage Village. These resorts offer luxurious accommodations and top-notch amenities, such as spa services and fine dining.

What to Eat in Sagada: A Foodie's Guide to Local Cuisine

Sagada is not only known for its natural beauty and rich culture, but also for its delicious cuisine. Here's a foodie's guide to local cuisine in Sagada. First, try the local coffee, which is grown and roasted in Sagada. Second, try the pinikpikan, which is a traditional dish made with chicken that has been beaten to death. This dish is not for the faint of heart, but it is a unique and unforgettable culinary experience. Third, try the etag, which is a traditional smoked meat made from pork or beef. Fourth, try the lemon pie, which is a famous dessert in Sagada made with locally grown lemons. Fifth, try the native rice wine, which is a popular drink in Sagada.

Getting Around Sagada: A Transportation Guide

Getting around Sagada is relatively easy, but there are a few things to keep in mind. First, walking is the best way to explore Sagada, as many of the attractions are within walking distance of each other. Second, you can hire a jeepney or a van to take you to the more remote attractions, such as the Bomod-ok Falls. Third, you can rent a motorbike or a bicycle to explore Sagada at your own pace. Fourth, be prepared for a bit of a bumpy ride, as the roads in Sagada can be rough and unpaved. Fifth, be respectful of the local traffic rules and customs, and always wear a helmet when riding a motorbike.