Very relaxing but costly. Stayed there for three nights. Food can be a bit costly, boat rides are costly as well. You're located in Puerto Galera but you're not close to the main shopping area and have to take a boat that usually cost about 1000 pesos for a round trip. The service family was great, recommend staying in the heritage where there's hot water and internet. We had only cold water and had to go down to the restaurant to use the internet. The hotel staff is super friendly and they actually sit down and try and get to know you and your family so you feel apart of their family from the beginning. Their informational booklet they give you when you arrive explains alot, but not all of it is correct. Internet was free and local calls are free the book said it cost money not that I'm complaining. The suite we were in was very quiet and our only encounter with wild life was with frogs at night. Besides that it's a very quiet and relaxing resort it's a good place to just get away from it all
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Coco Beach Island Resort is a sprawling 10-hectare beach resort with facilities made from all-natural materials... Everything is designed to compliment each facility and its natural surroundings. Definitely, an idyllic place to recharge frayed nerves, with its cozy ambience of bamboo and nipa hut in its very Filipino type of hospitality and accommodation... ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Coco Beach Hotel Puerto Galera
- Coco Beach Puerto Galera