Located on a private island with breathtaking scenery comparable to Vietnam's spectacular Halong Bay, Pangulasian Island is the first and only luxury accommodation available in this pristine hideaway setting. Known as the “Island of the Sun”, guests at Pangulasian can enjoy stunning views of the sunrise and sunset from the expansive white sandy beach stretching over 2400 foot. The resort has 42 select palm-thatched beach villas built with a contemporary Filipino flair. The high-end amenities include an infinity pool, restaurant, a private dining area, beach bar, poolside grill, boutique, library, gym, spa, hiking trail with viewing deck, five-star dive center and a marine sports center. The deluxe abodes rest either on stilts above the lush flora and fauna or beside the beach or pool, all just a stones throw from warm inviting water. The villas, decorated with a neutral palate and natural materials, are spacious with their own private balcony (some have private pools and bath tubs), complimentary Wi-Fi, international TV channels, iPod dock, tea and coffee making facilities and mini-bar.
Location: Getting to and from the beautiful Pangulasian Island Resort is a relatively simple process, with an airport only a 25 minute boat ride away from the hotel.
History: The Palawan area where this hotel is located is known as one of the last ecological frontiers of the Philippines, and still retains much of its rustic, natural charm.
Service: The Pangulasian Island Resort combines its five-star service with the traditionally warm and friendly hospitality for which the Philippines is known.
These well-appointed villas are ideal for beach lovers, given their direct access to the white sands and clear waters of Pangulasian's stunning beachfront. The villas feature luxurious amenities, and are also conveniently located near the resort's infinity pool, beach bar and poolside grill.
Elevated to a height of 59-feet above ground, villas are accessible either by buggy or stairs. Expansive views can be seen from the villas of azure waters and white sand beaches. The canopy villas offer the exclusive added feature of a luxurious bathtub.
The secluded, quiet, and luxurious pool villas feature a private 72-square-foot pool surrounded by a balcony for lounging in the sun, where guests can enjoy the stunning views of Bacuit Bay.
The facilities at Pangulasian Island Resort are all about exclusivity and bespoke pampering, so guests can indulge and enjoy true pampering and relaxation, Filipino-style.
Water activities are one of the main draws for guests to Palawan, and the Pangulasian Island Resort accommodates such aquatic desires. El Nido features more than 20 dive sites, all easily accessible from the resort's location. The resort is 5-star PADI certified, with a complete line of dive equipment. Guests may also make good use of other water sports equipment, from snorkel gear to kayaks, and more.
The resort's spa offers guests a variety of locally-inspired, Asia, and European treatments for the head and face, including a particular guest favorite - the traditional Filipino hilot massage.
The hotel's beachfront restaurant takes diners on a culinary journey through the rich and wonderful tastes of the Philippines, featuring dining at its finest, including a delightful selection of premium wines.
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