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Experience Cagayan de Oro City's premier beach resort.

Apple Tree Resort and Hotel is Cagayan de Oro City’s premier beach resort. Covering over 7,000 square meters, the property boasts a full range of facilities for leisure and business, including:

  • 39 guestrooms and suites
  • 4 function rooms and 2 ballrooms
  • 2 outdoor function areas
  • Indoor and outdoor restaurants
  • Room service
  • 2 swimming pools
  • Private beach
  • Lobby store
  • Recreational activities
  • Complimentary WiFi in guestrooms, suites, and all public areas
  • Parking facilities
  • Airport transfer
  • Car hire

And all these come with a magnificent view of the Macajalar Bay and Camiguin Island, and an ambience that is solely and uniquely Apple Tree’s. The property has been among the top destinations in the region since 1998.


Apple Tree Resort & Hotel is located in Opol, on the west border of Cagayan de Oro City. It is a 20-kilometer (20-minute) drive from the Laguindingan Airport and a 10-kilometer (10-minute) drive from the Cagayan de Oro City proper.

About Cagayan De Oro - The City of Friendship

In a country known for its warmth and hospitality, Cagayan de Oro City is home to particularly warm and hospitable Filipinos. This leads to its renown as the “City of Golden Friendship.”

Cagayan de Oro is a highly urbanized city with the 10th largest population in the Philippines.

Geographically, Cagayan de Oro City is the third-largest metropolitan area in the country. To its north lies the stirring deep water bay of the Bohol Sea, the Macajalar Bay. The city enjoys a tropical climate year-round with an annual average temperature of 28 °C.

Cagayan de Oro City has a good share of culture and heritage. The Museo de Oro and Museum of Three Cultures exhibit Bukidnon and Maranao culture and antiquities, and the La Castilla displays Philippine household heirlooms and antiques. The Plaza de Los Heroes stands in memory to the heroes of the Three Battles of Cagayan de Oro in the Philippine-American War, while the spectacular Macahambus Cave was the site of the Battle of Macahambus, a historical battle in June 4, 1900. The Macahambus Cave is an underground cave with a 130-foot circular gorge and walkable scenic trails.

The food culture is greatly influenced by its immigrant history. Western and Austronesian influence is seen in its famous pastel bread, chicharrón and Jamon de Cagayan de Oro. Chinese and Korean restaurants are also a familiar sight. The city has an especially entertaining nightlife, with its showcase of festivals, locally-owned establishments and country-wide food chains.

More than anything, Cagayan de Oro City is perfect for the thrill- seeker. The Cagayan de Oro River has 14 rapids for whitewater rafting and the more intense whitewater kayaking. Several adventure and nature parks offer rappelling and ziplining a hundred feet above the round, as well as action-packed activities for the less fearless such as horseback riding and nature trekking.

Cagayan de Oro City is accessible by land, air and water transportation. The Laguindingan Airport is located just 46 kilometres (29 miles) northwest of the city and provides domestic flights to and from Manila, Bacolod, Cebu City, Iloilo City, Davao City and Zamboanga City.