Dao Diamond Hotel is owned and operated by Bohol Dine and Sign, Inc. The hotel helps to support the education of the deaf children in Bohol and Leyte, Philippines and provides jobs for the Deaf, allowing vacationers to help those in need while enjoying a delightful setting. At Dao Diamond Hotel, guests have the perfect “Feel Good” vacation.
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Amenities, Services and Facilities
Dao Diamond Hotel provides the best in services and amenities. Guests of the hotel can enjoy on-site features like a non-smoking hotel with separate smoking areas, meeting facilities, airport / seaport transfer, family rooms, Free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, private bathrooms with hot/cold showers, and satellite/cable TV. The hotel’s recreational facilities include a fish foot spa, starlight dining, outdoor pool with a separate pool for kids, and Honu Coffee Bar. It also offers guided tours and motorcycle rental and has a huge parking area. Superb facilities and an excellent location make the Dao Diamond Hotel and Restaurant the perfect base to enjoy your stay in Bohol.
Kahiki Cafe is inspired by the Islands of Oceania. “Kahiki”, in the Hawaiian language, can be used to refer to any foreign place outside of Hawaiʻi. Kahiki Café offers a Hawaiian menu full of healthy food options for its customers as most of its produce is organically grown and sourced fresh from Kinabuhi Farm. Here’s a sneak peak of what you can enjoy at the Kahiki Cafe.
Kīlauea Lava Burger
Massive all-beef patty topped with melted cheese, tomatoes, herbs, a slice of pineapple and a stack of fried onion rings coated in our signature coconut and pineapple infused fiery hot lava sauce. All of this is placed between two volcanic black buns.
Spicy Ahi Poke
A Hawai’i favorite. “Poke” in the Hawaiian language means to “cut into pieces” and “Ahi” means “tuna”. Small pieces of marinated sashimi grade fresh tuna are mixed with spring onions, herbs, Sriracha, Japanese mayonnaise, furikake and served over a bed of delicious sushi grade white rice with fresh vegetables in a coconut bowl.
The go-to Hawaiian snack food. Teriyaki glazed fried Spam placed on a bed of sushi grade rice. prinkled with furikake and wrapped in crisp Japanese nori.
ʻŌpū Puaʻa Loke
Marinated pork belly barbecue with homemade zesty pineapple salsa paired with fresh roasted seasonal corn or other farm vegetables.
Hawaiian Mac Salad
Hawai’i’s version of macaroni salad. Sweet, tangy, creamy and ‘Ono! (Hawaiian for “Delicious”)
We, a group of 100+ pax split into 2 batches, stayed here for our company outing for almost a week. Everything went smoothly and efficiently. All the staff are professional, approachable and accommodating. The rooms and all public areas are spacious, very clean and well maintained. The hotel is conveniently located near the airport and in the city and its about half an hour to Panglao island. Definitely good value for money! You also get more than what you pay for cause you’re also able to help your fellow men with hearing impairment. Majority of the staff- waiters and housekeepers are deaf and mute. They’re all so friendly and they provide great service. It was nice to get the chance to interact with them in small ways I can. It was overall a great stay in this hotel! Two thumbs up!
“Very Good Accommodation”
This is a hotel with a purpose. You feel you helped their cause by patronizing this hotel that benefits the deaf community in Bohol & Leyte. Staff are mostly deaf.
Service: You get free shuttle from the port/airport. You can book tours through the hotel. Free wifi. Attentive staff and very clean surroundings.
Room: We stayed in the ground floor. The room was very spacious. Good water pressure hot & cold. Very nice and homey. Just what we need since we are out all day and just need a restful room to sleep.
Hotel has a restaurant where you can order room service. It is also a 5 minute tricycle ride to Island City Mall that is the largest in Tagbilaran where you can shop and choose from various restaurants.
Hotel is very reasonably priced, very relaxing and far from the noisy city. I am glad we stayed here.
Visited this as a solo traveller over the weekend. The thing that blew my mind was the service level of the front desk. I had to book many tours on the go and they could help arrange all of that within a short time frame. You know you are in good hands when the staff go out of the way to help you with your plans and bookings.
They offered a free shuttle service to the airport and seaport. You can contact them with your flight details when you arrive.
I enjoyed my stay here and found it to be value for money.
821, J.A Clarin St., Dao District, Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines
Telephone Number: +63 38 411-5568 / +63 38 427-1740
Cellphone Number: 0917-306-2946 / 0998-987-7211