Siargao on a Budget: This Seaside Inn Offers Rooms for P1,500 a Night

A cozy stay that won't break the bank.
by | October 12, 2022

After the onslaught of Typhoon Odette in December, Siargao is back on its feet again. Tourists are heading to the island, whether it’s for a vacation or a new work setup. If you’re visiting for the full experience and don’t want to break the bank on where you’ll spend your nights, check out Little Nap:


Little Nap Inn

Despite its prime location, which is in the heart of the island, Little Nap Inn remains an ideal space for budget travelers. The cozy inn is only 300 meters away from General Luna Beach. October is one of the best months to go surfing in Siargao and if you’re looking into learning about it, being able to rest right away after a tiring day of surfing is one important thing to consider.

via Airbnb

Little Nap Inn provides air-conditioned rooms with a dreamy beach view. The Double Room is good for two people. Inside, you’ll find a double bed, a spacious closet, and a private toilet and bath. It’s everything you’ll need!

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via Airbnb

For groups of four, go for the Quad Room, which you can book here.

Aside from their rooms, Little Naps also houses three shops on the ground floor. You might want to check them out too, especially if you want to dine, shop, and schedule island activities:

Jose Surf Shop offers surfing tours and lessons.

Mispo Siargao Island Shop has a selection of island essentials and goods – from quirky wooden bowls to clothing.

If you’re craving something cool and refreshing without the guilt, get a serving of vegan “nice” cream at Buonana.

The inn is also nearby restaurants, bars, and a perfect kick-off point for tours and surfing.


Location, Rates, and How to Book

Little Naps is located in General Luna, Siargao.

Rates start at P1,500 per night for two. Book here.


For booking inquiries and more information, contact the Airbnb host or visit their Facebook or Instagram.


When she’s not writing, Ina’s busy curating playlists that will save her when words don’t work, reading, annoying her cat, or thinking of her next meal.

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