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My wife and I visited El Nido (Town) for a couple of days in between staying at an off Island destination.
It looks like a hell of a party place if you are somewhere in the age group up to 40. Food & drinks are...More
This resort follows the independent small house rooms structure with a main restaurant and lobby hut. It is homely and clean, the food is good, the room is spacious and the location is extraordinary. It sits at the very end of civilization and you get...More
I think this review also reflects El Nido town in general. I pictured a perfect beach outside our hotel but I didn't realize that El Nido Town is just a place to stay when you are not doing an island hopping tour. In front of...More
Our experience at this hotel was terrible and the hotel in general was in very low quality. The pool was dirty and the filter was not running and the people at the reception showed very little effort to fix this. The hotel is located right...More
Whatever you do, don't stay here. The pool filtering system is turned off so the water was getting green with algae. The beach is absolutely terrible. The sewer runs out right in front of the hotel so it stinks on the beach. Besides that stray...More
$97 - $146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Philippine's summer peak is March to May. The months of June to September tend to be rainy, sometimes even extending to October. I guess it would depend where you plan to stay. El Nido Beach Garden hotel only has 10... More
The Philippine's summer peak is March to May. The months of June to September tend to be rainy, sometimes even extending to October. I guess it would depend where you plan to stay. El Nido Beach Garden hotel only has 10 units and is tucked away, and is about 10 minute walk to the town proper so even during the summer peak period, my guess is the resort will still be pretty quiet, compared to the other bigger hotels/inns.
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Hello, at El Nido, we were able to get rooms with two double beds and this accommodated our party of 8 well. We had two adults and two teenagers in one room and three adults and one teenager in another room. We shared beds.
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