Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Panglao Island, Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa makes it easy to enjoy the best of Panglao Island.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a minibar, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the resort.
Eskaya Beach Resort features a concierge and room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and breakfast. If you are driving to Eskaya Beach Hotel, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity to Our Lady of Assumption Church (2.8 mi), guests of Eskaya Beach Resort can easily experience one of Panglao Island's most popular landmarks.
Travelers looking to enjoy some gyros can head to Hera Greek Taverna. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Mediterranean restaurant such as Giuseppe Pizzeria and Sicilian Roast, Luna Rossa Vegetarian Italian Restaurant, or Tomar Tapas x Bar.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Tarsier Botanika (0.1 mi), which is a popular Panglao Island attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the resort.
Eskaya Beach Resort is sure to make your visit to Panglao Island one worth remembering.
Ezkaya is a must-see place for couples and families who want privacy and exclusivity without having to lock yourself in the villa just to get that. The beach, pool, and outdoor amenities and private villas exude natural and simple elegance. It is sp beautiful witjout trying to hard. To top it off, the people in Ezkaya are all smiles making the stay just so peaceful and easy and relaxed. That is what a vacation is all about. Thank you Ezkaya!! Cannot wait to book your infinity villas :)
Bad management. Worse manager. Dirty private pool. . No pump. Dirty room . Infinity pool is dirty in my villa You open at covid 19 you should be ready. . All is dirty. I pay 21,000 just to be in my room. They like to downgrade me in a small villa but still pay the same amount. . No refund policy is really crazy. . I call the manager week ago . They say public pool and restaurant will be okey but....
A previous reviewer who, like me, clearly spent a number of nights here, was pretty spot on with their comments, most of which I echo. I paid A$930 a night for an Infinity Pool Villa, for which I expected something truly outstanding. As a comparison, for $A750 a night I can get a harbour view room at the majestic Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong...one of the great hotels of the world. The villa itself was nice enough apart from the pile of empty beer cans and other garbage that had fallen down, unnoticed, behind the TV console. The open air bathroom was also OK, with an old and uncomfortable spa bath, but in general the whole villa felt a bit tired and unloved. 3/4-star, perhaps, but certainly not 5-star. The food was awful. I had an oily dish of pasta on the first night and didn’t bother again with dinner. And the breakfasts were similarly dire. At best it was canteen quality and by the third day I started I going into town to the excellent Gavroche, for croissants and decent coffee. So, despite the website promise of an opulent experience it delivered way below my expectations. I could not, in any honesty, recommend this place to anyone!…
Overall good experience. Very private and relaxing, which is good because we don’t like crowded places and everyone are very welcoming and kind. However few concerns: 1. Food choices are limited and overpriced, food for me tastes 6/10 2. Housekeeping failed to throw the garbage out, also did not fix our beds (for 2 nights), but they cleaned the dining area and refilled the bottled waters, so am not sure what happened there 3. We did not like how we were responded in emails, answers were too short and vague. Sounded to us that our requests were not being heard or just brushed off 4. There should be a buzzer from the beach area to call on the servers because it’s a bit far to call the server from the resto just to ask for water or just wait for someone to pass by
We stayed at this hotel for six nights as the chill-out part of our trip to the Philippines so have a pretty good insight into its operations. This hotel does have some good points but it is badly let down by others, if we came to Panglao again we would stay at the superior Amorita at Alona Beach or South Palms both of which are half the price. The hotel has about 20 villas and we stayed in No 15, a sea view villa with private pool on the sea side (some have them tucked around the back). The villa was large, airy and clean, good TV and surprisingly good WiFi- all good. The general landscaping is attractive and well looked after although the pool and pool area is a bit tired. Unfortunately from here my comments are less positive, as you will have seen from the other reviews, the breakfast is terrible, most the other food is very poor, we stopped eating meals other than breakfast (coffee, toast & watermelon) in the hotel after Day 3 and had lunch 10 mins walk to the East at the very nice South Palms Resort (also worth looking at) and dinner generally at the Amorita Hotel. Although the beach was swept, a few chairs and umbrellas were plonked on the beach, no towels, water, showers, service and the water toys were minimal and ancient, the foregoing is OK as long as not paying a premium price. The beach is so much nicer at South Palms so we swam there. The other slightly disconcerting thing is that the resort did not feel exclusive but deserted (it was 80% full), the maximum number of people we shared the restaurant with was four (always set for 50+) and often it was only us there, ditto swimming pool and only saw about eight people on the beach the whole stay. The staff were friendly but lacking leadership, we did not see any senior leadership team the whole time we were there. With a decent GM and a complete shake up of the catering this could be a top resort - not yet and the price point is definitely wrong. (As an aside, whilst we were there we watched the same tiramisu, bread & butter pudding and mango creme brûlée going around in the display fridge for the whole six days we were there (could still be there) - I hope they do not serve it to anybody) - we became fascinated with how long it would remain - photos available! (Also, and very strangely, when we arrived the receptionist would not allow us to charge anything to the room and stated they wanted payment for everything as an when - we refused as we did not want to carry money/cards around - they relented).…