10 Resorts in Siargao Where You Can Work Remotely

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Photography: (L to R) FACEBOOK/Triangle Palms Siargao, FACEBOOK/Paradiso Hostel

Siargao Island in Surigao del Norte is probably one of the best places to stay if you want to escape the Metro. It is home to some of the most amazing waves and white-sand beaches, lagoons and coves, rows of restaurants and bars, and a laid-back vibe in general. Once you’re there, you wouldn’t want to come back and we completely understand. So if you’re one of the lucky ones who can work remotely (a.k.a. the digital nomads), there are a number of resorts in Siargao that offer long-term stays. They’re perfect if you don’t want to commit to migrating there permanently just yet (although, again, completely get it you if you want to).

Check out these Siargao resorts that offer reasonable long-term rates for remote workers:


Sinag Hostel

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Catangnan, General Luna, Surigao del Norte
Rates start at P7,250/month

Whether you’re more comfortable in a private room or don’t mind sharing a room with a stranger, there's a long-term accommodation package for you at Sinag Hostel. They offer fan dormitories that can accommodate either four people (P8,700/month) or eight people (P7,250/month); an air-conditioned dorm for four people (P10,150); and a private room for one at P12,000/month. You get access to a spacious common area; a common kitchen with burners, a rice cooker, blender, sandwich maker, heater, and refrigerator; and parking space. Rates are also inclusive of utilities, including unlimited WiFi; drinking water; and daily housekeeping.

Siargao Tropic Hostel


Catangnan, General Luna, Surigao del Norte
Rates start at P5,000 for six nights

If you're lucky enough to be able to work remotely, Siargao Tropic Hostel offers a special discounted rate of P5,000 for a seven-day stay. This includes accommodation in a private cabana and access to the kitchen, laundry area, bar, and other hostel facilities. Surf lessons and tours are excluded, but you should definitely allot some money for that because Siargao's sights are too beautiful to miss.

Triangle Palms Siargao


Catangnan, General Luna, Surigao del Norte
Rates start at P10,000/month

Triangle Palms Siargao is a small resort tucked behind trees and lush greenery, promising a quiet stay even if you're in the middle of a popular tourist destination. They have a monthly rate of P15,000, which is inclusive of a stay in an air-conditioned A-framed private villa with two queen-sized beds, utilities, WiFi, and fresh drinking water. They also have a non-air-conditioned villa for P10,000 per month. Kitchen access is not included, but with the variety of dining places on the island, you won't run out of options.

Paradiso Hostel


Poblacion 5, General Luna, Surigao del Norte
Rates start at P6,000/month

Paradiso Hostel has 16 bunk beds and five air-conditioned private rooms. You can choose to book a bed for only P6,000 per head or a whole room for P12,000 per month. All rates are inclusive of electricity and water bills, WiFi access, and use of a fully equipped kitchen.

Don Remegio Villas


Poblacion 2, General Luna, Surigao del Norte
Rates start at P17,000/month

Don Remegio Villas' long-term package (P17,000 per month) is already good for two people so you can bring your S.O. on your island getaway. Rate is inclusive of a stay in a fully furnished private villa with hot and cold shower, flat screen television, and WiFi access. You also have access to the resort's kitchen so you can cook your own meals. Housekeeping is done every weekend.

Lubihan Siargao


Poblacion 5, General Luna, Surigao del Norte
Rates start at P20,000/month

You can choose from three air-conditioned villa types when booking a long-term stay at Lubihan Siargao: the 15-square-meter Hayag for two (P20,000/month); the 21-square-meter Alon/Hilom with either a balcony or garden access (from P22,000 to P24,000/month); and the Alon with kitchen for P26,000/month. All rates are inclusive of utilities, WiFi, drinking water, and weekly housekeeping. You can choose to pay in advance for up to a three-month stay and get cheaper rates. They also offer discounts for solo travelers.

Tres Islas Hostel Siargao


Catangnan, General Luna, Surigao del Norte
Rates start at P8,500/month

Tres Islas Hostel Siargao offers long-term rates for solo travelers and groups, which ranges from P8,500 (for one) to P11,500 (for four) for month-long stays or from P5,500 (for one) to P9,500 (for four) for two-week stays. The resort also hosts the pop-up Ngohiongan as Tres Atbp., which serves famous Cebuano budget meals like Ngohiong de Cebu, Siomai sa Tisa, and Ginabot every Sunday.

Alpas Siargao


Tourism Road, Purok 5, General Luna, Surigao del Norte
Rates start at P10,000/month

"Alpas" is a Filipino word that means to break free, and Alpas Siargao is just that. It's a place where you can break free from the busy city life and just be one with nature in a treehouse-like accommodation by the beach. They offer long-term rates in their dormitories at P10,000/month for the fan room and P12,000/month for the air-conditioned room, which includes breakfast, drinking water, access to a shared kitchen and lounge area.

Mpire Resort Siargao


Corregidor Island (formerly Casulian Island), Dapa, Surigao del Norte
Rates start at P58,327/month

Siargao Island may be known for surfing, but the tropical paradise also offers other natural wonders like pristine islands, lagoons, and white-sand beaches. Adventure seekers may want to check in at Mpire Resort, which is located on a small island off the coast of Dapa and close to the famous Bucas Grande. Their Grand Villa, which has two queen-sized beds, can be booked for P58,327 as part of their promo that runs until July 13 for stays until the end of 2021.

Kalipay Resort Siargao


Tourism Road, General Luna, Surigao del Norte
Rates start at P30,000/month

With the luxurious stay that Kalipay Resort Siargao offers, you'd almost wish that you could live there permanently (especially if you have money to spare). Their long-term rates start at P30,000 per month, exclusive of electricity; and you get to stay in one of their eight 50-square meter studio apartments. All accommodations have a king-sized bed, a living room with a sofa bed, a dining area with a fully equipped kitchenette and table, a mini bar, flat screen TV, air-conditioning and overhead fans, and a bathroom with a rain shower. You either a balcony with a view of the garden and swimming pool.

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