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Best hotels in General Santos City

I lived here for 7 years and these are the 5 best hotels to stay in the city.

I’ve been traveling in and out to this bustling metropolis in the south of the Philippines and here are the hotels you should choose from:

  1. Greenleaf Hotel Gensan
    Located right in front of SM City giving customers a great location when visiting General Santos. Breakfast was delicious. Beds are good, air conditioning is very good, room cools quickly. Hotel car service in the airport picks up on time. One of the most expensive hotels in the city.

    Best hotel in General Santos
    Deluxe Room
  2. Hotel San Marco
    This hotel is very centrally located, close to SM City General Santos and other major malls. The room was OK, European design and cool air conditioning. It was pretty pleasant. Airport pick-up is on time. The best thing that this hotel has going for it is the location- it really can’t be beaten. Perfect for first-time travelers as they have tourist information center that help you go around the city and nearby landmarks.

    Best hotel in Gensan
    Cafe Verona at Hotel San Marco
  3. East Asia Royale Hotel
    One of the largest and pioneer hotels in the city. The hotel is well-maintained. Clean, spacious rooms. Great location, just in front of Gaisano Mall.

    Best hotel in General Santos
    Deluxe Room
  4. Microtel Inn and Suites
    The hotel is good for business travelers. There’s plenty of bars and restaurant around, however, it’s a bit far from the shopping malls belt.

    Best hotel in Gensan
    Hotel’s facade
  5. Columbus Plaza Hotel
    One of the newest budget hotel in the city. It has comfortable beds and spacious rooms, one of the best hotels for backpackers visiting Gensan.

    Best budget hotel in General Santos
    Deluxe Double Room

Generally, these hotels are just half an hour ride from the airport. Taxis are available 24/7.



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Mark Joseph Diamzon

Mark Joseph Diamzon

Mark is a digital marketing consultant currently living in Vietnam. He is a passionate traveler and realizes many lessons after the trip. He traveled to 23 countries and counting and loved to share his travel experiences.

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