WHERE TO STAY IN DINAGAT ISLANDS: Rose Pink Lodge, "an Affordable and Nice Place to Stay in San Jose"

Hotels Lodge Pension House in Dinagat Islands

San Jose, the capital town of Dinagat Islands is a small and sleepy town. If you're planning to explore the islands, San Jose is the most recommended place to for you to stay as your base. The town has a few hostel, lodges and pension houses to choose from. Aside from the more popular Bahay Turista Mini Chalet at the tourism office, you may also check out Rose Pink Lodge located at the Poblacion of San Jose where we stayed for a night during our visit to Dinagat Islands.

Hotels Lodge Pension House in Dinagat Islands

Rose Pink Lodge is a 2-storey house that offers basic accommodation. They have several aircon and non-aircon rooms to choose from. Room rates starts at around 500 pesos per night, good for 2 persons. Nothing so fancy with the room though, but it's clean and spacious. The private toilet and bath is a bit small but clean. There's also a balcony at one side of the lodge facing the main street where you could breath some fresh air. It's near the port and other commercial and business establishments. Overall, Rose Pink Lodge is a nice place to stay in San Jose, Dinagat Islands.


Address: Poblacion, San Jose Dinagat Islands
Contact Number: +63 906-926-6359

Search for other hotels in Dinagat Island, HERE.

This is part of my Dinagat Islands adventure that happened on August 18-19, 2012. Dinagat Islands is the 75th province on my list.

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1 comment :

  1. Could you share please your contact numbers for accommodations in Dinagat Island and your tour package handler as well pls. tnx Ruby


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