Finding an ideal inn in Tagbilaran City does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Arabelle Suites, a nice option for travelers like you.
While staying at Arabelle Suites, visitors can check out Blood Compact Monument (2.3 mi), which is a popular Tagbilaran City attraction.
Arabelle Suites offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The inn offers a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and newspaper, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you’re looking for a Mexican restaurant, consider a visit to Hola! Mexi-asian Fusion Cafe, which is not far from Arabelle Suites.
Looking for something to do in Tagbilaran City? Cathedral of San Jose (1.0 mi) is a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Arabelle Suites.
Arabelle Suites looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Tagbilaran City.
Another very last minute booking. I walked in at 6pm,needing a place to stay for the night. This place is old and very very tired. I styaed here back in 2019, so I dont know how it is now. But during my stay, it was horrible. There are alot of new cheap places to stay in Tagbilaran City area now.
One of my favorite vacations of all time was a trip to Bohol I made with my wife and two kids waaay back in 2007. We stayed at the Bohol Bee Farm and Dumaluan Beach Resort and I had a grand time at both places, some hiccups notwithstanding. I've been back there a number of times since, but always on business, and never really staying long enough to make an impression on me. Also, both times were before I got onto tripadvisor. Last week, though, I went to Bohol again for the first time in six years, and this time I was there from Monday all the way through Friday, as I had quite a bit of work to do. Again, this was about business, not pleasure, so I definitely was not expecting anything other than a place to rest my head at night, but even then the experience of staying at Arabelle Suites proved to be a distinctly unpleasant one, The bathroom, for one thing, was the kind I really don't like, with a shower area that was not at all separated from the rest of the bathroom, whether by a divider or a curtain. The water pressure in the bidet was depressingly weak, and worst of all, I left the hotel with a boil just under my butt, and given the fact that the only toilet I used for number two the entire time I was in Bohol was at that hotel, and given that I had NEVER had a boil on my butt at ANY time in the past prior to this, I think it's quite reasonable to say that the hotel's sanitation practices leave quite a bit to be desired. Speaking of which, the tiny swimming pool was disgusting. It may have had enough chlorine to burn my eyes out, but the water was still filthy with particulate matter, and it was basically impossible to move so much as a meter ahead without hitting a dead floating insect. The lobby wifi was the only wifi that worked properly; even though I saw a router blinking on the floor where I stayed, in all the five days I stayed there I was never once able to connect to it despite the fact that it was supposedly "open." Worse still, the lobby wifi couldn't even make it into the conference room that was less than two feet away. Also, this may not have been a matter of direct concern to me, but with steep stairs, no elevator, and no bedrooms on the ground floor, this hotel is a positive nightmare for persons with disabilities, and it isn't much of a picnic for elderly people either. The food was all right, but not great. It irked me that they didn't have any brewed coffee, and that they didn't actually have coffee cups but rather served the coffee in soup bowls. This wasn't a big thing, but on top of everything else it was really just annoying. The saving grace of this place was the service. It wasn't great, but the staff were always polite and accommodating. Still, I don't particularly feel like giving them good marks for doing something they were obviously supposed to do, especially since they've failed on so many other counts.…
It is a good hotel. Good value for your money, fast wifi, accommodating staff. One thing I don't like, they have no elevator. I stayed on the third floor. And just imagine if you are booked here and you are an elderly. The pool is also small, but good enough for the hotel's visitors only.
I saw Arabelle Suites in Facebook and booked it because I came to Tagbilaran unprepared. I think I called 2 hotels prior to this and fortunately I got a standard room with twin beds. Pros ✔ spacious and well lit room ✔ friendly staffs ✔ they have a pool in the vicinity 👍👎 not quite clean though ✔ rooms come with a free plated breakfast. Don't expect much from this, it's very simple. Comes with a slice of fruit and a choice between coffee and juice or plain water. ✔ hot and cold shower ✔ water heater ✔ free stable wifi connection ✔ 5 mins to the city proper and walking distance to the nearest Jollibee ✔ complimentary shampoo and soap ✔ cable tv ✔ aircondition with a remote Cons ❌ no elavator. So if your room is on the third floor, prepare to climb up the steps. 😊 ❌ It takes a few minutes before any tricycle passes by the area. My stay in this hotel is pretty great. It's cheap and very affordable. It takes a good 5 minutes travel going to the city proper since they rarely have traffic jam in the area. The pool is pretty decent although it needs a little bit of cleaning. …
Cheap hotel close to airport that close you can see the bottom of a plane when they go to land, reception was friendly and helpful however most other staff couldn't be bothered. room was dirty and bathroom stunk really bad and had loads of ants. roof smoking area was full on old sinks and even a bathtub. only stayed as stuck for the night however wold not go back again
This hotel is pretty basic, the room was quite large, and did the job. The bathroom didn’t look super nice, however the shower was one of the best showers (water pressure) I’ve had in the hotels I’ve stayed at in south east Asia. There is a free airport and ferry terminal shuttle, both pick up and drop off. On the same road is a Jollibee restaurant, and it’s easy to get a tricycle on the street outside the hotel. The breakfast was pretty simple, you get one or two meat options that change each day and then fruit, drink choices. They can bring it to your room or you can have it downstairs. There’s no lift but they did carry our bags up the stairs for us. They were also happy for us to check out an hour later free of charge which was lovely. The hotel has a pool as well, looked clean but didn’t use it. This is cheap accommodation, and you get what you pay for. But it was more than enough for us, especially if you’re out exploring during the day and mainly need somewhere to sleep. …
Stayed here for a night due to the cancellation of our flight. It's very near to the airport. Rooms are stylish and clean. We had a room on the third floor and they had no elevator. It was quite a hassle especially when your luggage is very heavy. They serve complimentary breakfast, and it's delicious!
Arabella Suites not only is a run down hotel that is much below expectations, its service also leaves a lot to be desired ---- and am being very nice about it. The photos from its website looks great. But in reality, the rooms are dark and damp. Cabinets are dirty. When we checked in, the bedsheets are dirty and spotty. Aircon was not working --- very hot. But nothing prepared us for the bathroom where the rusty and half-falling-off knobs and shower heads risks one contracting tetanus if skin gets scratched. It was so bad we had to ask for a change in rooms. The aircon was slightly better, but this this the shower head again was not working. One has to hold the shower knob to ensure water comes out of the shower head. Imagine doing that throughout the shower. The place is so bad, your girlfriend may just leave you or your wife ask for divorce for booking such a run down place. Good luck!…
The biggest knock against this hotel is its location. It was very near to the airport. A plus on your stay - out door pool and free airport transfer. Dim room light doesn't complement, vibe is not too good!
I booked 1 Standard room .Standard room is pretty spacious -no fridge. Toilet is not so clean.Swimming pool and restaurant available.Location-5-8 mins to Tagbilaran Airport, Tag. Port about 20 mins by tricycle.10 mins to Downtown by tricycle.Staffs are friendly.Note not recommended for handicap person because rooms are in the 2nd floor, no elevetor.