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Cebu City vacation rentals

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Condo · Cebu City
Cosy Studio Unit near Ayala Mall, Fibr 50Mbps WiFi
My place is located in the residential enclave of the Cebu Business Park. Fenced off from the surrounding roads, this section is just two blocks from the upscale mall, Ayala Center Cebu. It combines the best of two worlds: quiet and secure in a verdant setting and yet just a short walk from offices, banks, shopping, dining and entertainment services. Amenities and facilities are designed to keep life well-balanced with natural elements to nurture mind, body and spirit.
Dec 3 – 10
$28 per night
Condo · Cebu City
191 mbps internet, 50inSmartTV Netflix, Mall 518
We take your safety very seriously. We sanitize and disinfect our condo units based on CDC recommended COVID-19 guidelines. We take meticulous effort to ensure you have a clean environment. Avida has imposed a 4 day minimum stay to minimize foot traffic. Avida Towers Cebu requirements for entry are: Proof of Covid Vaccination AND Fill out an online health questionnaire. Thank you for your compliance.
Jun 12 – 19
$26 per night
Condo · Cebu City
40sqm Studio Fast Wifi w/ Free Parking near SM
This is centrally located in between SM Cebu and Robinsons Galleria Mall. The building is not a condominium but an office building with a few residential units on the upper floor. Wifi is good as most of our tenants are office workers. Free parking is available upon request.
Nov 10 – 17
$18 per night

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Stay near Cebu City's top sights

Photo of Ayala Center Cebu
Ayala Center Cebu111 locals recommend
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Sugbo Mercado50 locals recommend
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SM City Cebu65 locals recommend
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Gaisano Country Mall14 locals recommend
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Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral3 locals recommend
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SM Seaside City Cebu31 locals recommend

House rentals in Cebu City

Private room · Cebu City
Private Rm at the heart of Cebu City w/ A/C & Wifi
Feb 17 – 24
$12 per night
Private room · Cebu City
Hooga Home Room 4 Sanson Road Near IT Park
Jan 29 – Feb 5
$22 per night
Home · Cebu City
La Caz Casa | Entire House with 3 bedrooms
Jul 26 – Aug 2
$90 per night
Home · Cebu City
Stay Amare Tuscania Lorenzo
Jun 4 – 11
$89 per night
Home · Cebu City
Modern 6BR House ⭐️City & Ocean Views from Jacuzzi
Nov 3 – 10
$124 per night
Home · Cebu City
Accessible 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath & 3 car garage house
Mar 5 – 12
$99 per night
Home · Cebu City
Spacious Cozy Home in the city near Malls & Fuente
Nov 2 – 9
$75 per night
Home · Mandaue City
ILANG-ILANG GARDEN VILLA DUO Exceptional accommodation
Feb 4 – 11
$31 per night
Home · Cebu City
Affordable 3 bedroom with free parking near Cebu
Jan 27 – Feb 3
$40 per night
Home · Cebu City
Whole House 8-16Pax 10 Mins CITP Free Parking
Mar 9 – 16
$81 per night
Home · Cebu City
Green Oasis Near Cebu City
Mar 11 – 18
$32 per night
Home · Cebu City
Luxury Condo Cebu IT Park AVIDA RIALA Tower 1
May 15 – 22
$24 per night

Your guide to Cebu City

All About Cebu City

The oldest and second-largest city in the Philippines, Cebu City has stunning natural beauty, historic buildings, and rich cultural and culinary scenes. Surrounded by mountains — from Sirao Peak in the north to Mount Naupa in the south — and lapped by the waters of the Cebu Strait, the city is also an easy jumping-off point for snorkeling off Mactan Island, hiking to Kawa Falls, canyoneering, or visiting the famous Chocolate Hills — 1,260 conical grass-topped hills.

In the city, you’ll find piles of carabao mangoes at the bustling Carbon Market, which is the oldest and largest farmers market in town. Some of the country's biggest shopping malls are located here, doubling as entertainment centers where you can grab dinner at a cutting-edge restaurant or dig into a homely bowl of tinola. Cebu City also has a thriving microbrewery scene, and the nightlife here draws revelers from across the archipelago.

There are a number of historical structures to explore, including the ruins of Fort San Pedro, which dates back to the 18th century, and the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño — the first church built in the Philippines. The Casa Gorordo Museum, housed in a former home built in the 19th century, showcases period furniture, costumes, artwork, and household items. For a different perspective on the city, visit Top’s Lookout, a circular viewpoint perched high above the sprawling metropolis.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cebu City?

Cebu City has warm temperatures throughout the year and, like many other places in Southeast Asia, the most extensive weather change is between the rainy and dry seasons. The rainy season usually lasts from June until October and can range from nonstop rain day after day or a short, heavy rainfall that is over in 30 minutes. Although this can make it difficult to plan specific activities, it is still a nice time to visit as you may be able to get some good options on condos or apartments for rent in Cebu. The dry season offers some of the best weather, making visiting the city’s main sights relatively easy.

There are also many religious festivals in Cebu City. The biggest one is the Sinulog Festival, held every third Sunday of January,which takes over the city to celebrate its acceptance of Catholicism with a nine-day program of jewel-toned costumes and street festivities culminating in a parade accompanied by blasting trumpets and pounding drums.

What are the top things to do in Cebu City?

Basílica del Santo Niño

Established in 1565, the Basilica del Santo Niño was the first church in the Philippines. Inside, you will find a famous statue of Santo Niño that dates back to the time of Magellan. It is said to be miraculous, and every Friday and Sunday, the church and surrounding area are full of religious pilgrims hoping to see Santo Niño.

Artisan guitar-makers

The Cebuano people are the country’s second-largest ethnolinguistic group, and music is an integral part of Cebuano culture. You’ll find guitar shops all over Cebu City and on Mactan Island, where you can see the instruments being made by hand. You might even catch a band performing a traditional Cebuano harana (love song) while playing guitar at one of the bars along Ouano Avenue.

Nalusuan Island

A short hop across the bay, Nalusuan Island boasts such clear water that you can watch schools of fish swirl around in the waves before your boat even docks. Snorkelers, divers and underwater photographers flock here to admire table coral, angelfish, and bluespotted ribbontail rays. After a day on or under the water, you can refuel with fresh mangoes and crab plucked straight from the ocean.

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