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Due to early reservation, we happened to schedule our trip on stormy a long weekend. Swimming at the beach was restricted from 10AM onwards. The waves were strong at that time but it was fun yet dangerous to swim against it. Luckily we still have...More
-The room is clean and well designed. The aircon works good as well as the heater on the shower.
-The pool has its unique design you can relax on the chairs within the pool but only soaking your feet (find this cute since...More
It’s difficult to get a reservation at any resort in the area over the weekend, unless you plan well in advance. Pamarta was referred to us by a friend and we were able to get a room for one night. If you’re traveling with a...More
We enjoyed their jacuzzi pool and the view of the infinity pool. The rooms we had are accessible to the pool that's why we're able to chat with friends who don't feel like swimming. The beach is just a few steps away from the resort.
My co-workers and I visited during a typhoon which was a blessing in disguise because the place was deserted. The rooms are just right for 4 pax. The air conditioning system was working well, and there was hot shower and balcony on each villa. Towels...More
you may check their FB page for updated room rates. As of Dec 2017 though, villa rooms good for 4 are 4500 (less 500 for off-peak months), pay the additional fees for the 2 extra persons in the group. i think that's 700 per... More
you may check their FB page for updated room rates. As of Dec 2017 though, villa rooms good for 4 are 4500 (less 500 for off-peak months), pay the additional fees for the 2 extra persons in the group. i think that's 700 per head.
although entrance fees are already included when you book a room for overnight stay.