KokosNuss is set in quite pleasant surroundings about a mile and a half outside of town and run by German immigrants to the Phillipines. We spent 2 nights there in February 2009 and were quite taken with the 'natural' feel when we entered the resort- it was almost like walking into a jungle, and a pleasant one at that. There is a pleasant, chilled-out feel inside the resort, with fountains, hammocks and a small paddling pool. The rooms are in huts/cottages, and range from very basic(400P a night, one small bed, shared bathroom, no fan), to the ok(1800P per night, air con plus private bathroom). We stayed in a medium-range cottage(1500P per night), which had a double bed plus an extra, small single bed. There was a private bathroom, and mosquito nets in the room. However, don't assume the mosquito nets do the job- I was bitten all over after the first night, and even after trying to plug any holes or gaps in the netting, was bitten just as much the second night. Of course, the culprit could have been bed bugs. The jungle surroundings may have contributed to the problem, as it probably did the army of ants in the bathroom. The ants got everywhere- I would open my laptop to find ants inside, and then get into bed to find ants crawling around my pillow. Large, unusual-looking insects would fly around the bathroom, which is just a little disconcerting when you're about to take a shower- a cold shower at that. There was no hot water here, which even in a very pleasant climate as Coron has you still need just a tad bit of warmth in the water- here the water was almost ice-cold, and made showering particularly uncomfortable. For our stay the rooms weren't cleaned once, with a price list on the main counter for washing bed sheets(I've never been asked to pay for washing/changing bed sheets before). There were no basic toiletries provided in the bathroom, and no facilities either for keeping drinks cool(no fridge). The fan in the room did give a little breeze, but wasn't really up to the job. We ate at the resort once- a breakfast- which I have to say was scandalously over-priced for what it was. What was quoted as being a part of the deal wasn't brought out with the breakfast, and what was included(eg cheese) was of such a miniscule portion that it barely fit on the end of a fork. Price for scrambled eggs, 2 stale pieces of toast, a sausage, a thimble-sized portion of cheese, and a spoonful of marmalade, for two? About £7.00 in British money, but ridiculously expensive in the Phillipines. After being bitten all over, and not too happy with the insects crawling in from the jungle and the cold shower, we scouted around town, and found a place far cheaper, far nicer, with free breakfast, hot shower and much nicer staff/owner(the owner at KokosNuss seemed like a strict, greedy capitalist sort only there for the money) closer to town. We went from a Ford Fiesta- ok if it's all you've got available to you- to a Mercedes Benz or better closer to town, for half the price. When we decided to up it and go ,the attitude I got from the staff and owner was dismissive and rude, and I felt like they were expecting an explanation for checking out(even though they were not out of pocket). It was as though they took it as a personal affront that we should have the gumption to want better facilities. It wasn't unpleasant for all of that at KokosNuss- we were out most of the time- but I wouldn't go there again. My advice would be to go here as a last resort, but find better deals towards the centre of town.
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