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Featuring a garden and a restaurant, Escape Eco Resort is located in Ferrol. Guests can have a cocktail at the bar. All guest rooms at the resort come with a seating area. WiFi is accessible with a surcharge, while selected rooms are fitted with a terrace. Escape Eco Resort offers a terrace. A variety of popular activities are available in the area around the property, including cycling and hiking. The nearest airport is Tugdan Airport, 29.5 km away from the property.
Pros: The staff in particular Jean I think she was called she was very friendly The location was brill The cool pirate ship The food was yummy especially the pancakes and the fruit shakes
Cons: The toilet could do with a touch up and fixing the flush but they only minor things
Pros: StAff are accomodating!
Pros: The beach is really nice! We stayed here for our last night in Romblon as it is located about 30 minutes away from the port where we would take the ferry to Batangas. We stayed at the family room which accommodated 5 of us. No aircon but fans were provided. They have a couple of rooms with aircon but are for couples. Common bathroom’s shower on our floor could be fixed for a better experience but overall good value for money.
Pros: We booked the room with airconditioning as I know how hot it can get. It was comfortable and had a shared bathroom which was pretty good. The food is good although takes a while to arrive- but this is the Philippines and the beach the resort was on was stunning so there were no worries with this. There are a few casual restaurants where you can buy food along the beach and very few tourists (we only saw two other tourists whilst we were there). Absolutely amazing sunsets and some of the locals had a bonfire one night which was beautiful.
Cons: The shower would flood the bathroom floor and we didn’t receive replacement toiletries throughout our stay which would have been nice.
Pros: A beautiful hideaway. Nice, calm beach, great food, cosy huts, nice restaurant.
Cons: You need to hire a tricycle to get there. They should clean the comfort room area more often.
Pros: Friendly and accommodating staff, scenic view,clean water,it is almost paradise,we also like the food,and we can cook in the area.
Cons: Common CR,no airconditioned room,rough road going there. Though it is allowed to cook,no local food to buy around the area as the market is quite far and the road is a big challenge.
Pros: Good food and pleasant staff.
Cons: Going to place is quite far from main transport routes.
Pros: Great hidden spot on the beautiful island of Tablas. Perfect for travelers who don't like mass tourism but enjoy pure unspoiled beauty! The huts and beds were very comfortable with fan included. You wake up to the sound of the waves and right in front of the resort you find some beautiful coral reefs. There are some caves, waterfalls and beautiful beaches in the area. The little pirate bar is very cosy, the food is very good quality and lovely staff. Jayrel and her family are very welcoming and sweet. I definitely recommend this place to everyone!
Pros: No Cook Available when we arrive but the owner still find way to provide us food.
Pros: Really nice location, beautiful beach and watercolour, loved the lagoon with a second beach right next to it. We had a nice view from the shared balcony and seaview room. The owner organized a trycicle for our departure and gave us advice about the Jeepneys, that was very nice.
Cons: Really dirty shared bathroom, it wasn't cleaned during our stay though it was already dirty when we arrived (hairs on the floor, full trashcan with toilet tissues, no toilet paper) Also the attachement for the shower head was broken/missing, obviously for a while. No water pressure at all. The beach was completely full with plastic trash, my wife and me cleaned the beach before we could relax there. You can see the result on the pictures. Not the kind of job that should be done by the customer.
When you stay at Footprints Beach Resort in San Andres, you'll be on the beach, within a 5-minute drive of San Andres Municipal Park and San Andres Beach. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and coffee/tea in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very kind hosts (italian couple) and great self made Italian food. The location was very idillic and we were the only tourists at the given spot. We also had the opportunity to get to know the locals and their lifestyle. Absolutely worth to visit!
Pros: The Italian owners are really friendly and helpful. Chiara cooks all Italian food - homemade pasta, ice cream, pizza - everything you want. This is a big plus! The property is also build very nicely, with a beautiful pool and a great garden. The rooms are also nice, but basic. Tablas is a great island to stay for a few days!
Cons: To improve the place, they could create a few more spots to hang out, with cushions or hammocks. But this is just a detail. The salt water to shower with is not matching the price they're asking for a room... Even in the cheapest places in Romblon Province you can shower with fresh water, so I found this a bit off.
Pros: Great home cooked meals
Cons: No AC
Pros: We had a really lovely 3 night stay. It´s a fantastic resort, stylish, clean with beautiful bungalows in the middle of a tropical botanical garden. Chiara and Flavio are super friendly and the food Chiara always freshly cooked was superb. One of the best italian food that we had since a while. Our bungalow had a fantastic terrace and was really unique. We loved it. They have a nice pool to have a swim and watch the sunset from, a lovely garden and terrace. It´s a quiet place to fully relax.
Cons: The location is not the best to further explore the island. You´ll either need a boat ride (1 hour) to Looc to start your tour or you´ve to go by moped but the way to the resort is a little tricky, just a dirt road and the last 10 mins is by walking through the jungle. The beach itself is pretty but not the best for swimming or sunbath as there are many rocks. And compared to all other accomodation we had in Romblon (Carabao, Sibuyan, Romblon/Romblon and Tablas) it was one of the most expensive. It´s a little too pricy.
Pros: Me and my boyfriend had a really nice stay here! A little paradise away from the real world with very nice and friendly owners who made us feel very welcome and comfortable and not to mention the lovely Italian food and wine served! They have a boat available with a possibility to explore tablas island. Would definitely recommend!
Pros: This getaway is a gem of a resort, tranquil, quiet, relaxed and set beautifully right at the beach. The hosts Chiara and Flavio bring a touch of Italy to the Philippines: all meals are home cooked, have three courses, and were outstanding. (We had a similar experience at the Tinaoog Beach Resort in Romblon just a few days before, but with a French touch. - It seems the Romblon Islands are becoming a culinary experience.) This is the perfect place to be if you like it calm and quiet. The diving was great as well.
When you stay at Aglicay Beach Resort in Alcantara, you'll be on the beach and 14 minutes by car from Looc Pier. Featured amenities include luggage storage and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
With a stay at Turtle Cove Island Resort in Calatrava, you'll be by the sea, and 14.7 mi (23.7 km) from San Andres Beach and 14.8 mi (23.8 km) from San Andres Municipal Park. Featured amenities include a business center, limo/town car service, and express check-in. Planning an event in Calatrava? This hotel has 646 square feet (60 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center and a meeting room. For a surcharge, guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle (available on request) and a ferry terminal shuttle.
Cons: To be honest I don’t know why this place is listed on Booking.com. The pictures are not what is in the reality I rent a bongalo with a bed was ( was in the picture but I got there and they give me a mattress . We did the hoping island and the owner told us it will provide the food and when was the lunch time we got just a sandwich for the whole day. Is unacceptable what kind of services this resort is providing and I’m really sorry for Booking.com is promoting and listed this resort. I’m writing this review because I don’t want somebody else to have the same experience I had and I’m really sorry I haven’t took any pictures to prove what this resort is providing .
Pros: Turtle cove has affordable accommodation and I enjoyed the seclusion. We met very nice people here.
Cons: Be aware your bill adds up quickly. I found the food not very budget friendly and I would of packed my own food if I would of known. I didn’t like that when I ordered something it was often incomplete. For example I ordered Nachos and no Cheese was on the Nachos. I ordered breakfast and both times it didn’t come with toast even tho it says it does. I didn’t like that I paid for a room that says AC and mini fridge included but then I’m told it’s an additional 300 PHP to use the Ac per night as well as 100PHP for the mini fridge. We ended up getting the mini fridge for free because we added additional nights. We read on booking. Com that the mini fridge was stocked. To avoid disappointment from guests please update Booking.com if things are not included in the room rate.
Pros: The place itself is really beautiful - although decorated in a very kitsch manner. They have two beaches which are gorgeous. The sun doesn't hit the beach so you should go there early however it's really stunning and worth seeing.
Cons: There are no roads connecting the resort, you need to hire a boat to get there which is fine as we loved the secludedness of the place however this meant that you we're stuck in the resort. This would have been fine but the resort really didn't have much to offer in terms of food. We stayed there 3 nights and they never had fresh fish, had only two beers, and no bottles of white wine. We we're on a holiday and we we're expecting to be able to chill down with a beer or eat some fish, the menu available was quite extensive but they really didn't have much to offer. It was much easier to ask what they had available than to pick what was on the menu! So if you do decide to go best bring some food or a bottle of wine!
Pros: Lovely place with very friendly and kind staff.
Pros: This resort is located at a really nice and calm place, beautifully located in between the rocks, with 3 different beaches accessible via stairs. If you’re looking for a secluded place to relax, it’s perfect here! The only thing we would suggest, is to adapt the decorations a bit, cause now it’s quite kitch.
Cons: Unfortunately we’ve had quite some issues. We booked the “Villa at the Beach”, which was offered with a Genius upgrade for a really good price. Our reservation was also confirmed this way by the resort. However, upon arrival we were told we paid the price for the basic room (which is basically camping outside in a little hut with only a mattress on the floor), so we could choose between paying 3 times the prices we should according to our booking, or taking this little really basic hut. Since we didn’t come for camping, we decided to pay for the upgrade. Once arrived in the “Villa at the beach” we however discovered it was also really basic, with as main difference that we now had a bathroom and a fridge. Air conditioning was installed, but the remote was missing, so it could as well not have been there. Anyway the “Villa” had no real windows, which makes an AC just a waste of electricity since it’s useless in an open air space. The place is run by local people, which is good, however it didn’t feel really genuine. Food is okay (not extraordinary), but really expensive for what you get. You basically pay about 350 for the protein (chicken, (frozen) fish or ...) and then you pay extra for all the sides (like rice, vegetables, fries, ...). Same for the breakfast, you pay for example scrambled eggs, but for bread, butter, jam, ... you are charged additionally. The problem is you’re stuck on a (very nice) beach, so you don’t have a lot of choice except for just eating here. The menu is quite extensive, but a lot of things are not available, if they have maybe 1/3 available, I guess you’re lucky... It also took a really long time to get your food (like 1,5 hours for chicken with coleslaw, 1 hour for breakfast) and you really have to (not literally, but still) scream for attention, since they have the tendency to just disappear, so you’re just often sit there waiting and doing nothing..
Pros: Cove 3 (a 5 min walk) which is beautiful.
Cons: The description of the free amenities (see photo) was very far from the truth. There was no smartphone offered. There was no WiFi after a storm. The only compensation offered was a simcard with 100 pesos credit (only enough for receiving and sending a few messages) despite our stay was planned for 8 nights. There are no pools at all at the resort, let alone the private pool the description had specified for our private bungalow. It was said we had one of the 3 coves/beaches to ourselves, but it was not closed off for other guests. We had no hot water in our bungalow, a construction problem known to management, but no compensation or solution was offered. Non of the excursions were free of charge. The massages cost 750 pesos, so not free, nor unlimited. There was no free diving(gear). Snorkeling gear cost 50 pesos per item and day and there was a charge for the one canoe available. The only evening entertainment given for the 4 nights we stayed was use of the karaoke system. There is an extra charge for use of the air-condition and for the fridge in the room. We were there in January. At that time the sun only reached the beach of one of the 3 coves. The food cooked by Bert was absolutely lovely, but the prices were high in comparison to all other places we visited in the Philippines during our 4 week trip. A 33cl beer was 90 pesos. Breakfast prices can be seen on photos, in comparison at our previous hotel we payed 150 pesos for breakfast. We were chocked and disappointed when we arrived and realised how wrong/deceptive the description on Booking.com was. We complaint a lot and got some amenities for free, but only because James from day to day arbitrarily decided so. We decided to leave 4 days early due to the place not being at all what we expected, and because we were absolutely isolated. We had payed for 8 nights but didn't get a refund. As the only way to access the resort by boat we asked to be collected as we wanted to leave.
Pros: We had the entire resort to ourselves in the 4 days that we stayed in Turtle Cove, as a family looking to distress, to tech detox and get away from all the hassle and buzzing of the city lifestyle , we couldn’t have asked for a better deal. James and Rona are hospitable resort owners, they made sure we were comfortable. They made us feel safe and at home for the period of time we stayed in their resort. As you can imagine living in an island can present some challenges and that’s including availability of food choices, however even with the limited options on food availability while we we’re there, they always made sure that we had plenty to drink and served us with generous portion of available healthy dishes. They were great companies and so as the staff. The service was good and very laid back, exactly what you expect from the islanders. Turtle Cove is partnered with boat and tour operators, weather permitting James can Pre arrange the tours and even make the itinerary for you. (defo bonus) Turtle Cove Health Retreat doesn’t offer yoga, pilates or meditation classes, they are still far from your typical Bali Health Retreat, but has an on call masseuse for Php 700 massage p/HR (pricier than Palawan) . Unfortunately we didn’t try the massage as we have a scheduled to have a Thai massage when we get back to Bulacan, so I can’t compare the quality of Turtle Cove massage but James said it’s excellent. The weather isn’t great on our last day so we couldn’t enjoy the water for swimming but James, Rona and staff made sure we’re comfortable while stuck in their beautiful island. They even send in Melissa’s gorgeous little girl Jamela so our son have someone to play with.
Cons: There is always room for improvement. We are not fussy clients but as a paying customer this is my constructive comments as I would like to see James’ and Rona’s business become very successful. We stayed in one of their exclusive Villa with a private pool. The Villa on the other hand is not the typical villa we would considered, I would described it as just a double room ensuite accommodation rather than a villa (no kitchenette or living space) . The orientation of the building could be better if the door is facing the cove. This however will probably change once the renovation has commence for the new built-villas. The room is pretty basic, has a little fridge, a fan, an optional air conditioning unit, a double bed and a very much traditional Filipino style bathroom (The shower and the flush doesn’t work) . I certainly think it has plenty of potential and the room rate charge at €50 per night not including breakfast ( this is the discounted rate! ) would have been more accurate if the bathroom and the room facility itself is not outdated. I’m comparing the accommodation to similar priced accommodation we’ve experienced in Asia and Europe. Turtle Cove has fabulous amenities but adequate facilities. As seasoned travelers, we’ve stayed in several cheap (€6) to luxury (€300 per night) accommodation all over Asia and Europe with the cheapest option having better room facility (air-conditioned and breakfast inclusive) than the Turtle Cove Villa. It’s my first time in Romblon and I wasn’t sure what to expect on food. The food although healthier than most Filipino dishes can definitely improve on taste and flavours. Turtle Cove offers their version of healthier food options rather than the standard Filipino salty and saucy food, but having eaten healthy food choices all my life I know that healthy options can be jazzed up with the right use of herbs and spices.
Pros: Wonderful secluded location making an idyllic getaway! Very attentive staff!
Pros: 3 private, clean beaches nice snorkeling straight from the beach hike to the bat cave very attentive personel (they even found me medication when I got sick). It feels more like homestay Than resort. I was even invited to celebrate owners' birthday universal outlet (US, UK, European plugs all fit). spacious room Nice climate. Due to constant breeze from the sea it's never too hot. I didn't really need a fan. water dispenser (you can get cold Or hot water anytime) unlimited supply of cold, spring water (served in glass bottles) Nice food (if in doubt, go for the grilled fish) In general it's a quiet place for the nature lovers. It's perfect for those who need some peace and quiet to swim, Lazy around and read a book. Due to poor phone reception (problem all over Tablas and Romblon) it's good to download some books beforehand to have sth to Do in the evening.
Pros: Turtle cove is beautiful, surrounded by lovely jungle, palm trees, clear clean water. It is secluded and away from it all. The staff are terrific and attentive in every way. Is perfect for those that want to get away from it all.
When you stay at Cummings Highlands in Looc, you'll be near the beach and within a 5-minute drive of Looc Pier. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
Pros: This is an awesome place to hang out for the day or for a stay. Good music along the poolside. Fun little mini-golf course. Room was very nice/cozy/rustic with fan/ref/TV/internet. Really enjoyed my 1 night stay!
Cons: Can improve in the area of food servies
Pros: Cynthia was very kind. We unknowingly flew on the same plane the day we arrived. And she even gave us a free ride going to their place which is a good thing. Transpo can be quite difficult and expensive in Romblon. They would assist us especially their staff "Neng." Would even recommend places to go to. Overall, they did so well during our stay.
Pros: Beer in the fridge, wifi and satelite tv in the cottage ;) great swimming pool and kitchen by the pool where u can cook!
Cons: Filipino staff could not count the beers we drank ;(
Pros: Peaceful place. The pool is big and good, there is a pool for kids. The room provides complete set of kitchen wares but no pitcher which we requested.
Cons: It's more of a self service, there is no staff to attend to what you need. They do not provide when you request something. No airconditioning and there is no enough fan for six and it seems the room was not fully cleaned when we occupy the place. Though the house' aesthetic is good. The pool is also not clean. Actually we dont feel special in the place.
Pros: 1 night stay turned into 3 at Cummings Highlands! We loved the accomodation from the minute we arrived. Cynthia and staff were extremely friendly and very hospitable, happily tending to our every need! I can’t recommend this hidden gem enough!
Pros: Just the ambience of the resort. Even on a beautiful island such as Tablas, Cummings Highlands was truly an experience that my partner and I will never forget. Thank you to all the staff for making our stay eventful!!
Pros: Pool and grounds are great.no air con only fans is uncomfortable.food and drinks are cheap and ok.have 5 dogs that bark a lot at night is annoying.many mosquitos so bring cream.u can buy there.outside toilets are annoying at night
Cons: Outside toilets,mosquitos,dogs barking at night,and no air con.
Pros: Staff was great. House dogs were by and large a joy to have around. Staff humans were wonderful and quick to respond. Management was caring and clearly visible, Area is absolutely beautiful, close to a good beach, and near enough to Looc to make supply runs feasible, Nice BBQ area, great pool with grotto, activities, and both the Canadian Breakfast and Omelet Breakfast were outstanding and plentiful... served in your room or poolside.
Cons: Cummings Highland is a great location and a wonderful staff. It is an eco hotel (and now I know what that means!) so some things like no water during parts of the day and a very rustic setting should have been expected. However, as a handicapped person, I struggled with the stairs down to a small court and up to the bathroom, This resulted in 3 falls over 8 days, While beautiful, the back-to-nature quality was too difficult for someone having trouble walking. Staff loved it.
Pros: A beautiful tropical area! Simply amazing. Wish i had more time to enjoy it.