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Astoria Bohol

Astoria Bohol is a luxury resort located in the picturesque town of Baclayon. It features 8 spacious rooms designed in modern Filipino architecture with distinct traditional Boholano details that highlight the island’s rich culture. Each room is elegantly fitted with modern conveniences and breathtaking views of the Mindanao Sea.

As part of the Astoria Hotels and Resorts, they offer the same brand of service the budding hotel chain is known for. Let Astoria Bohol be your gateway to an island of history, leisure, and adventure.

Contact Info

Barangay Taguihon, Baclayon, Bohol

For Inquiries & Reservations:
Anna Kristine or Jenny
(02) 687 1111 local 8111
(02) 335 1131 to 35
(0908) 874 1700
(0917) 891 2864
eventsinfo@astoriaplaza.com

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About Astoria Bohol

Who It’s For: Bohol has been considered one of the country’s premier vacation spot. It’s no wonder that Astoria Hotels and Resorts planted its flag here and established another of its signature resorts here with Astoria Bohol. Boasting a modern cosmopolitan design, each room includes many modern amenities while giving guests a majestic view of the Mindanao Sea.

Families: Adults and children alike will enjoy the relaxing atmosphere that Astoria Bohol has as it offers you an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life. Kids will definitely have fun playing on the beach, while the parents can enjoy sipping cool beverages at the hotel’s in-house bar.

Friends: There’s nothing like enjoying a resort vacation on the beach with friends. Once you’re done enjoying the sand and the surf, you can go around Bohol and take in the many sights the place has to offer.

Adventurous Vacationers: Bohol has many sights and attractions that will certainly satisfy those with an adventurous spirit. You can visit many of the nearby cultural sites and take in their natural splendor, as well as indulge in the many activities that the beaches have to offer.

AMENITIES:

Astoria Dining Pavilion: Guests looking to partake in some classic Filipino cuisine won’t be disappointed at Astoria’s dining pavilion. There are also many local Bol-anon specialties on the menu, so you’re in for a unique flavor experience that you’ll only find here. Food is cooked in a wood-fired brick oven and you can even have your dinner served by the beach under the stars.

In-house Bar: There’s nothing like enjoying a relaxing drink on the beach as you listen to the calming waves and forget all your worries. Astoria Bohol’s in-house bar offers premium wines and liquor, as well as other well-known cocktails that you can order at your leisure.

Infinite Edge Lap Pool: If you want to take a break from the beach, you can always lounge around the hotel’s infinity pool. The 24-meter long lap pool has an amazing view of the beach and has specialized lighting that gives it an almost ethereal atmosphere, especially at night. It also has bubblers installed that will certainly delight children and the young at heart.

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS:

Chocolate Hills: The famous rolling hills of Bohol is truly a sight to behold. It has been widely considered as one of the most breathtaking natural wonders in the Philippine. It's also been proposed for inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage list and for a good reason.

Baclayon Church: This centuries-old church was built by Jesuits all the way back in 1727, making it one of the oldest cultural markers in Bohol. Its construction is unique since it’s entirely made out of coral stones with a mix of egg white and limestone.

Blood Compact Site: Tourists can visit the site where the famous blood compact between Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legaspi and Datu Sikatuna happened. The site itself has a monument made by National Artist Napoleon Abueva that depicts sculptures of the two figures conducting the blood pact.