Excellent 8.1
Based on 18 reviews

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About Pamilacan Island Paradise Hotel

Description

Well-appointed guestrooms and suites at Pamilacan Island Paradise Hotel are tastefully furnished and equipped with modern amenities to ensure guests’ utmost comfort. There is en-suite bathrooms with a hot and cold shower, an air conditioner, and telephone connection. Guests will have their meals prepared by an in-house cook that can serve a wide range of delicious dishes. Guests can enjoy many activities at the island such as dolphin watching, diving, fishing, and bushwalking around the island. Offering views of Mindanao Sea and the Pamilacan Island, this hotel is the right place for guests to enjoy some personal time.
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Features

Internet

  • free Wi-Fi in all rooms

Water sports

  • private beach

Food & beverage

  • 24-hour room service
  • coffee shop

Pets

  • pets allowed

On-site facilities

  • family room
  • garden
  • smoking area
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Policies

Child and extra bed policy
Infant 0-5 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Children 6-11 year(s) Must use an extra bed
  • Guests over 11 years old are considered as adults.
  • Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room policy for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Useful info

Airport Transfer Fee: 800.00 PHP
Breakfast Charge (when not included in room rate): 250.00 PHP
Check-Out Until: 12:00PM
Non-Smoking Rooms / Floors: Yes
Number of Rooms : 3
Reception Open Until: 24:00AM
Room Voltage: 220
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  • Hotel Condition/Cleanliness 7.6
  • Facilities 8.0
  • Location 8.1
  • Room Comfort/Standard 8.2
  • Service 8.3
  • Value for Money 8.0
  • Food/Dining 8.4

Arisse G.
Philippines
March 21, 2016
Stay in Paradise Hotel Pamilacan
Very relaxing place good for couples. The food is nice and the people working at the hotel are very polite and good service. I love the sunset and sunrise.

EUGENIO B.
Spain
December 29, 2014
Make sure you know what you are booking
Very relaxing place to spend a few days. Ideal to get away from everything.
Be aware of what you are booking. If you want to chill by a pool ordering drinks all day, this is not for you. The villa is on a rather secluded part of the island, although only 10min walk from one of the villages. The beach (the nicer one) is 5min walking away. Not worth the price unless you are more than one couple and can make the most of the villa. Meals are prepared. 300PHP per person for lunch/dinner, 200 for breakfast. The meals are quite good. dolphin watching (very recommendable) and massage are available. Transfer to Bohol or Panglao are 1500 PHP. All in all a nice place to relax but for the price there are much better places to go.

WEI G.
China
March 26, 2014
Not worthy of the price
Food, Quiet, Relax
I don't really recommend this hotel, especially for a family with kids; unless for a couple to find a quiet place for relaxing. The condition is poor, compared to the price which is too high. The location of this hotel is actually not very good because it is not near the beach but at the other side. You have to engage a moto-cycle to be sent to the beach, paying ~100 peso per head. And there is no regular boat between Bohol & Pamilacan, and you have to arrange with private boat owner for the traffic. The Pamilacan Resort has better location, just beside the beach, and the price is much much cheaper; however, the condition is even poor because of no air-con at all.

Ma. S.
Philippines
March 21, 2013
It is paradise!
Private + tranquil + ocean view

Sechan Y.
South Korea
August 23, 2012
Not super comfortable, but super awesome!
Beautiful corals and beach
The island was about 1 hour boat ride from baclayon port. It costs 3,000P round trip, but I guess there could be some negotiation. 2,000P, may be? The hotel was fine, but the air-conditioner was only available from 6pm~12pm, and it was killing me. I recommend to go swimming or snorkeling at day time to avoid hot air of the room. They prepared meals (300P/person) with chicken and fish, in Philippino style. In the hotel garden, I could easily see the chickens, which was fried at the evening :( But the taste was fantastic! You will never be disappointed. The most important thing is the island has the best beach in Bohol area. And the corals, beautiful fishes... We enjoyed snorkeling in front of hotel, in was really fantastic. I recommend this hotel for 2-nights (No less, No more) You'd better take some food such as fruits, cup noodles.

Matthieu C.
France
June 17, 2012
This place bloody IS paradise!!
everything! Really, everything!!
The most amazing place we saw in the Philippines!!! Where to start... The island is amazing, the boat ride is a good intro, and then you arrive on this small island, walk through the little village, it feels untouched. Then you get to the 3-bedroom villa, this place is beautiful and huuuge (can easily accomodate 7)! With a terrace over a creek, and a stone path opening out to the private beach, the proper paradise beach with all shades of blue in the water, nothing but white sand and coconut trees. The home-cooked food is greeeat, we left with the soup recipe, there's always 3 main course dishes, all freshly prepared, you have to try it!! Take a walk through the village, make sure you go see the dolphins, and go snorkeling (we saw a turtle off the private beach). There is a snorkeling sanctuary where the coral is very nice, but better for people who are not very comfortable in the water, as you have to wear life jackets, which is a bit annoying.

Matthieu C.
France
June 17, 2012
great place for a big family
everything! Really, everything!!
The most amazing place we saw in the Philippines!!! Where to start... The island is amazing, the boat ride is a good intro, and then you arrive on this small island, walk through the little village, it feels untouched. Then you get to the 3-bedroom villa, this place is beautiful and huuuge (can easily accomodate 7)! With a terrace over a creek, and a stone path opening out to the private beach, the proper paradise beach with all shades of blue in the water, nothing but white sand and coconut trees. The home-cooked food is greeeat, we left with the soup recipe, there's always 3 main course dishes, all freshly prepared, you have to try it!! Take a walk through the village, make sure you go see the dolphins, and go snorkeling (we saw a turtle off the private beach). There is a snorkeling sanctuary where the coral is very nice, but better for people who are not very comfortable in the water, as you have to wear life jackets, which is a bit annoying.

Stuart C.
Afghanistan
March 21, 2012
Great little island, quiet and relaxing
Secluded, private beach, quiet
Good value if you have enough people to fill the 3 bedrooms but quite expensive for just one couple. Food reasonably priced, plentiful and tasty but not much variety (you need to like fish - well it is on a island after all). The tree house is falling down and therefore not available to guests which was a disappointment, as was the lack of cable TV due to the dish not working. This place needs to do a bit more maintenance instead of just letting things fall into disrepair. On the other hand there were lovely big new looking planters chairs on the balcony - nice for a drink at sundown. There is no internet access so without that and TV you really feel like you're getting away from it all.

Clement G.
France
August 29, 2011
great hidden place
location food
great hidden place

malene M.
Denmark
March 02, 2011
nice and quiet
big room
nice place if you want quiet time.


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