El Nido Resorts

El Nido Resorts is situated in the northern part of the Palawan province, renowned for scenic landscapes, ancient limestone cliffs, crystal-clear waters, pristine beaches and marine sanctuaries teeming with innumerable species of tropical fish and coral.

Most recently, El Nido Resorts was the winner of the 2013 World Travel and Tourism Council’s Community Benefit in Tourism for Tomorrow award, and in 2014 the Sustainable Hotel Award in the Sustainable Communities category at the Hotel Investment Conference Asia Pacific (HICAP) as well as the distinction of being in the Top 9 Romantic Getaways in ASEAN by GOASEAN.

Miniloc Island

Relax in cottages and rooms built in traditional Filipino design over the water, beside the beach, or surrounded by gardens and limestone cliffs. Miniloc Island has 50 charming rooms that include five Water Cottages, two Waterside Cottages and 15 Seaview Rooms built on stilts, 12 Beachside Rooms and 13 Garden Cottages surrounded by tropical plants, and three Cliff Cottages nestled on the hillside. Cottages are built with thatched roofs and furnished with Filipino crafts and materials.

The resort is tucked away in a beautiful cove and at the resort’s house reef, a few steps from your room, you can snorkel alongside 1.5 metre jacks and hundreds of sergeant majors, damsel fish and other colourful tropical fish. Miniloc Island is the perfect destination for those in search of fun activities in a spectacular natural environment. Snorkel, dive, kayak, sail, visit the beach clubs, go island hopping, and much more. Other facilities include the Clubhouse Restaurant that serves buffet meals, a marine sports centre, massage cabana, kid’s activity centre and meeting room for up to 25 people.

Lagen Island

Nestled between a lush four-hectare forest and a calm lagoon, Lagen Island, is a sophisticated and private destination. It attracts corporate and individual travellers who seek structure and modern facilities. The resort offers a magnificent view of Bacuit Bay and El Nido sunsets. The surrounding forest and the breathtaking limestone cliffs are natural attractions that also serve as a sanctuary for a diverse variety of birds and mammals.

Lagen Resort has a total of 50 rooms comprising 20 Forest Rooms and three Forest Suites built on the fringe of a forest, 18 Water Cottages are built on stilts around the cove, and nine Beachfront Cottages with panoramic cove views. The resort features a swimming pool, library, kid’s activity centre, marine sports centre, gym, spa, and garden chapel.

Apulit Island

Apulit Island, located in Taytay, Northern Palawan, offers an idyllic getaway for those in search of a tropical paradise. The sprawling resort is set within a pristine cove with a wide expanse of white-sand beach lined with coconut palm trees with a backdrop of sheer limestone cliffs. Enjoy leisurely pursuits such as sunbathing or treat yourself to a relaxing massage. Indulge in picnics and sumptuous dinners by the beach. Guests can swim and snorkel at the resort’s house reef that teems with marine life, or enjoy a dip in the newly built swimming pool.

Apulit Island has 50 water cottages, 30 Water Cottages and 20 Loft Water Cottages. Each cottage showcases traditional architecture with contemporary design. They are built on stilts perched above the sea with unobstructed views of the bay and surrounding islands. The resort also has a Clubhouse Restaurant, a beach bar, massage cabana, private gardens and marine sports centre. The resort is remote and activity-filled, catering to the sporty and adventurous.

Pangulasian Island

Pangulasian Island provides the ultimate eco-luxury experience, coupled with exclusivity and pampering for the discerning traveller. The resort is set fronting a pristine beach against a backdrop of tropical forest with a marine sanctuary right at its doorstep. Also known as the “Island of the Sun”, Pangulasian has breathtaking views of both the sunrise and sunset.

Blending contemporary Filipino and cutting-edge ‘green’ design with luxurious amenities and impeccable service, Pangulasian Island has a total of 42 deluxe villas. These include Canopy Villas perched above the forest offering magnificent ocean views, Beach Villas close to the water, and Pool Villas tucked in a secluded cove for more privacy. Resort facilities include a library, restaurant at the Clubhouse, an infinity pool, gym, spa, and marine sports centre.