There was an authenticity to the type of experience set up for us that made every city we visited special and gave us countless moments we will never forget.
Jessika and David, Los Angeles


Why We Love This Hotel :

Peace: Amanpulo is located on a private, remote and tranquil island far from tourist crowds

Snorkeling: Go snorkeling in the pristine waters that surround Amanpulo for unbeatable marine life and visibility

Beaches: Experience some of the world’s most spectacular white sandy beaches and clear, warm ocean water


Amanpulo has a range of facilities including a 114-foot swimming pool, a spa, library and a boutique and gallery. Those who like to keep active on holiday may utilize the beach sports hut, which provides equipment and trips for water sports or even a game on tennis on the resort’s courts.  There is also a dive center onsite, and dive trips and courses can be booked here. 

Swimming Pool

The 114-foot swimming pool emulates the Sulu Sea with its warm inviting water and aqua colored tiles. The pool is secluded and tranquil with bordering bougainvillea trellises. Guests can enjoy relaxing on the over-sized pillows and mattresses or lounging in the three spacious open-air salas dotted around the pool. 

Aman Spa

From its hilltop position, the Aman Spa looks out towards the sparkling turquoise Sulu Sea. The building is stylistically rustic and in keeping with its native surroundings, inside the quality of the facilities and treatments are world-class. Expect to see Asian and western inspired treatments such as massages, scrubs, body wraps and herbal steams. The spa contains individual treatment rooms with marvelous ocean views, the rooms contain deep-soaking bathtubs, washrooms, dressing areas and steam showers.The spa also offers a salon range of treatments including manicures, pedicures and hair treatments.  

Boutique and Galleries

Enjoy browsing Palawan arts and handicrafts at the boutique and gallery, such as woven rugs, baskets, jewelry and pottery. As well as local and regional products, the boutique and gallery also display various antiques, furniture and gifts from the rest of Asia.

Dive Centre

The dive center offers PADI courses ranging from beginer to Divemaster levels.


Next to the exotic Aman spa, there is a Yoga and Meditation Pavilion over looking the tranquil ocean. There is also a Fitness Pavilion comprising of a Pilates Studio and a fully-equipped gym. After a workout guests may take it easy in the outdoor relaxation areas or freshen up in the steam rooms and cold plunge pools. 


Never fear forgetting reading material for your stay at Amanpulo. The library has plenty of books in several languages, travel guides, newspapers, magazines and coffee-table books on Philippine art, design and culture. Music lovers will enjoy browsing and listening to the collection of DVDs and CDs.

Sea Sports Hut

The Sea Sports Hut provides a variety of water sports equipment and boat, water sports, snorkeling and scuba diving trips and information.


The resort boasts four floodlit tennis courts and rest shelters.  Tennis balls and rackets are available to hire and playing partners can be arranged.


The resort has a range of restaurants and beachside bars for relaxed and intimate dining. There is a variety of food on offer including Vietnamese, Asian, Spanish and international, as well as a decent drink selection. 


The marble-top bar serves a range of beers, wines, cocktails and soft drinks, overlooking ocean and Manamoc Island.

Beach Club

The Beach Club is located on a white sandy beach reached by a small walkway through the green gardens from the pool. Guests may enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner and tapas in the sun or sat on reclining lounge chairs under shade umbrellas on deck. There is a comfy seating to kick-back with a drink in the open-air pavilion which is furnished with large mattresses and pillows. Expect to find fresh seafood, Spanish food and fresh salads.

Kawayan Bar

Set on a bamboo raft afloat the Sulu Sea, the Kawayan Bar is the pefrect spot for lounging, swimming and snorkeling offshore. Guests may arrange to have picnics and private evening barbecues at the novel marine bar.

lagoon club

The Lagoon Club is located on the east side of the island, and serves food and drinks, look out for the speciality Vietnamese cuisine.


The resort restaurant overlooks Manamoc Island and the ocean. The all-day dining restaurant serves Asian and international food.

Windsurf Hut and Picnic Grove

Windsurf Hut and Picnic Grove serve a large variety of pizzas cooked in a traditional wood-fired oven for lunch. Enjoy your lunch in a relaxed setting on the stunning beach.  



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