Embarcadero Hotel Zipline


Embarcadero de Legazpi has a 350-meter zipline from the lighthouse, perfect for thrill-seekers and adventurous tourists.

Cagsawa Ruins


The Cagsawa Ruins are the remnants of an 18th Century Franciscan church, the Cagsawa Church. It was built in 1724, but was destroyed by the eruption of the Mayon Volcano in 1814.

Lignon Hill


Lignon Hill Nature Park is one of Legazpi’s top tourist destinations. It offers a 360 degree view of Legazpi City, Daraga, Albay Gulf and Mayon Volcano. Visitors can also enjoy exciting activities including a 320-meter zipline, hiking and biking. Guests can also visit the 50-foot Japanese Tunnel, an arms cache used by the Japanese forces during WWII.

Daraga Church


Daraga Church is located in Daraga, Albay. It was built by the Franciscans in 1772 under the patronage of the Our Lady of the Gate. Nestled on top of a hill, the church is known for its baroque architectural designs, archeological relics of saints and rare religious seals engraved on volcanic rocks.

Albay Pili Nut Factory


Pili nuts are rich and buttery, and abundant in Bicol region. Established in 1936, Albay Pili Nut Factory is the first pili nut factory in Bicol Region. Visitors can buy “pasalubong,” and choose from a wide variety of pili, such as honey-coated, salted, sugarcoated, buttered, and more.

Legazpi Boulevard Attraction


Legazpi Boulevard is a coastal road network extending from the city’s central business district and port area to the southern barangays. Have your photo taken beside the Legazpi signage with Mayon Volcano as your backdrop.

Embarcadero Hotel ATV Tour to Lava Wall


Experience an adventure of a lifetime by riding an all-terrain vehicle from the foot of Mayon Volcano to the famous lava wall at Bonga Gully.

Typhoon Reming Memorial Shrine


Typhoon Reming Memorial, also known as Padang Memorial, can be found in Brgy. Padang, Legazpi City. The crosses serve as reminder of the hundreds of lives lost during the Supertyphoon Reming in November 2006.

Embarcadero Hotel Food


Bicolano cuisine is a must-try when you visit Legazpi City. The region is known for its delicious and unique food which combines hot chilies and coconut cream. Try pinangat, laing, Guinobatan longganisa, Bicol express, tilmok and tinutungang manok.

Whale Shark Interaction


Swim alongside the world’s biggest fish in Donsol, which is an hour away from Legazpi City. In the months of November to June, whale sharks converge in Donsol, and stay for 6 to 7 months.

Mayon Resthouse and Planetarium


Mayon Rest House is a park located at the slopes of Mayon Volcano at Tabaco City. The rest house was built beside the Seismological instrument initially built by the Americans, and now used by the Philippines Astronomical, Geological and Seismological Agency. This is also the starting point for mountaineers who climbed the peak of the volcano.

Naga Pilgrimage


Naga City is the center of the more than 300-year devotion to Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia. Every September, during the feast of the Blessed Virgin of Peñafrancia, millions of devotees flock to Naga and visit several Marian churches. Naga City is 2 hours away from Legazpi.

Kawa Kawa


The Kawa-Kawa Hill is a 236 meter land form located in California Village, Brgy. Tuburan, Ligao City. Its name is derived from its curious shape resembling a ‘kawa’ or cauldron. From afar, Kawa-Kawa may seem as ordinary as any other hill, but from its summit, one can see its unique feature in its full glory – an amphitheater-like six-hectare crater. Because of this peculiar characteristic, it is also called ‘the hill without a hilltop’.

Misibis Day Tour


Embarcadero Hotel can arrange a day trip to Misibis Bay, a luxury island resort in Cagraray Island, Albay. Get to use the resort’s facilities, and enjoy motorized and non-motorized watersports. Misibis Bay is one hour away from Legazpi City.

  1. Standard Single: Rates are quoted in Philippine Peso per room per night on single occupancy.
  2. All Other Room Types: Rates are quoted in Philippine Peso per room per night on double occupancy.
  3. All guests are required to register and present a valid identification card upon check-in.
  4. An additional deposit for incidentals of Php1, 000 per room will be required upon check-in.
  5. Children (12) years old and below stay for free using existing bedding.
  6. Extra Person fee is Php350 using existing bedding.
  • Reservation made two (2) days before expected arrival date require the total amount of the reservation to be settled within 24 Hours.
  • Reservation made three (3) days before expected arrival date require 50% of the total amount of the reservation to be settled within 24 hours. Remaining 50% must be settled upon check in.
  • No Show Policy
    • Guests who do not arrive within twenty-four (24) hours of the expected check-in date and time will be charged the total amount of the reservation
  • Cancellation Policy
    • Cancellation made two (2) days prior to expected arrival date are subject to a cancellation fee equivalent to the total amount of the reservation.
    • Cancellation made three (3) days prior to expected arrival date are subject to a cancellation fee equivalent of 50% of total amount of the reservation
  • Modification Policy
    • Amendments on check-in and checkout dates may be made up to four (4) days before expected check-in date and are subject to availability.
  1. Check out time is 12:00noon and check in time is 14:00Hrs
  2. Hotel has the right to remove guest belongings from the room after check out time if room is already reserved.
  3. Strictly no smoking policy inside the guest rooms. There will be a fee of Php1,000 if found smoking.
  4. The hotel is not responsible for the safety of any valuables left in the guest rooms as governed by the Civil Code of the Philippines./li>
  5. Bringing of pets is strictly not allowed.
  6. The hotel reserves the right to charge a fee should there be stained linens, odor, losses or breakages in the room for the duration of the stay.
  7. The hotel reserves the right to institute necessary actions under any of the following cases:
    • Failure to pay upon demand of an outstanding amount.
    • Self-check-out: The hotel is authorized to charge the credit card indicated herein.
    • Guest refuses to conform to the hotel’s rules and policies.
Increase more than 700% of Email Subscribers!
Dolor aliquet augue augue sit magnis, magna aenean aenean et! Et tempor, facilisis cursus turpis tempor odio. Diam lorem auctor sit, a a? Lundium placerat mus massa nunc habitasse, arcu, etiam pulvinar.
  • Goblinus globalus fantumo tubus dia
  • Scelerisque cursus dignissim lopatico
  • Montes vutario lacus quis preambul den
  • Leftomato denitro oculus softam lorum
  • Spiratio dodenus christmas gulleria tix
  • Dualo fitemus lacus quis preambul pat
  • Montes vutario lacus quis digit turtulis
  We hate spam and never share your details.