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About this property

Description

Situated on Siargao Island, this hotel is close to the Sohoton National Park. Boasting 10 water cottages, all are tastefully furnished and equipped with standard amenities for guests’ utmost comfort including a Jacuzzi with balconies of wooden flooring featuring see-through glass. This resort is perfect for honeymooners and vacationers. Offering quality accommodation with friendly hospitality, Club Tara Resort is an ideal place to stay in Surigao del Norte. The property is about 32km from the Sayak Airport, and airport transfers are provided. For recreation and leisure, there is an outdoor pool, garden, a private beach, and water sports. Meeting facilities are available on-site in case you have business or a special occasion. Please enter your preferred dates of stay and submit our online booking form to make a reservation at Club Tara Resort.
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Features

Internet access

  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas

Getting around

  • Airport transfer

Things to do, ways to relax

  • Garden
  • Hot tub
  • Private beach
  • Swimming pool [outdoor]
  • Tours
  • Water sports (non-motorized)

Dining, drinking, and snacking

  • Bar
  • Poolside bar
  • Restaurant(s)
  • Room service

Services and conveniences

  • Smoking area

For the kids

  • Family room

Access

  • Pets allowed
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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 6-7 year(s) Must use an extra bed
  • Guests over 7 years old are considered as adults.
  • Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room capacity 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: 5000PHP
Check-In From: 13:00PM
Check-Out Until: 11:00AM
Distance from City Center: 70 km
Distance to Airport: 65 km
Number of Bars: 2
Number of Restaurants: 1
Number of Rooms : 10
Room Voltage: 220
Time to Airport (Minutes): 90
Year Hotel Built: 2009
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Above average



based on 20 reviews
  • Cleanliness 4.9
  • Facilities 4.3
  • Location 7.8
  • Room comfort and quality 6.1
  • Service 6.1
  • Value for money 5.1
  • Food and dining 4.6
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ken from Philippines
Groups
Stayed 3 nights in August 2016
Run down facility
The resort has a beautiful location. One can explore the island it is in doing snorkeling in the waters in front of the villas, explore the little islands and coves around the resort or hike at the hiking trail in the island (unmaintained). The problem is the resort is poorly managed, staff are not professionally trained in customer service, the villas are not properly maintained, facilities (paddle board, kayak, bathrooms, jacuzzi, swimming pool etc) are not maintained and are old and worn out. The resources are limited so the only source of food, the hotels kitchen has a limited food choices. The hotel does not pick up guest from Siargao only from Surigao City. Guest landing in Siargao needs to ride a boat to Socorro and then wait to be picked up in a motorized boat to the Sohoton. I communicated way ahead with the owner and told her I did not have a local phone so communication will be kept via Facebook messenger. I waited but no one picked me up. I had to pay a local to call the hotel to check if anyone will be picking me up. Good thing I speak the language. The waters to the resort is rough (this is the area where surfing competition is done) so we were all soaking wet and just glad we survived the journey to the hotel via boat after we got picke up at past 6 pm after we docked in Bucas Grande at 3 pm. My mom requested for an extra bed because the original reservation was only for 2 and there were 3 of us. They do not have an extra bed but they gave us a thin cushion to sleep on on the floor. My mother had a knee operation so it was a task for her to get in and out on the foam bed on the floor every morning. The water supply stopped early morning after I went to the bathroom to do number 2 on our first day in the resort. The bathroom drain was clogged and we were walking on a puddle of water in the bathroom and shower. We were also fanning ourselves to sleep because the air conditioner was not keeping the room cold. We asked to be transferred to a different ro
Reviewed August 13, 2016

Francis from Philippines
Couples
Stayed 1 night in June 2016
sweet escape
The best place where you can relax and enjoy the serenity of nature..
Reviewed June 30, 2016

PANAGIOTIS from Greece
Couples
Stayed 3 nights in May 2016
resort is at least unacceptable.
Access to the resort is daylight only and by slow noise boat only. Night time in case of emergency there is not possibility to escape as the tide of sea water is not allowing access or escape. Resort is deserted by the owners and the pesonnel is totally untrained and the healthy hygine conditions are unacceptable and very risky to the health of the guests. Rooms are dirty and the water is dirty and almost seawater totally out of any expectation. food for breakfast is terible. High risk to the health of any guest. the only positive is the beauty of nature and the location of resort. Rooms are not attended for cleaning on daily base but only as soon as the guests are check out.
Reviewed May 30, 2016

Regina from Philippines
Families with older children
Stayed 1 night in May 2016
Friendly and attentive staff.
Rooms need renovation but the scenery is awesome! Great place for some quiet time.
Reviewed May 09, 2016

ORLANDO from Philippines
Business travelers
Stayed 2 nights in April 2016
Old Accomodation
The in general is very relaxing...but the accommodation is quite old hence, some amenities are in deteriorating state.
Reviewed April 25, 2016

JOHN from United States
Couples
Stayed 7 nights in February 2016
Never again
Sheets were stained, found 3-4 cockroaches in the room, swimming pool not clean or working properly. We left one hour after we checked in. Also, bring your own water because they do not have bottle water or a functional kitchen
Reviewed February 17, 2016

Capt from Philippines
Couples
Stayed 1 night in May 2015
Nice ambiance and scenery lacking in amenities
Something different
Fair but I don't think it was worth the money I paid.
Reviewed May 15, 2015

Octavio from Philippines
Couples
Stayed 2 nights in November 2014
Overated
Location
Club Tara is overated, overpriced! Airport transfer cost is too much. Hotel van is so depreciated.No intercom to call for service. Funny they dont even have a bottle opener for my beer! Ordered for 4 SanMig lights but only one bottle is available! Room aircon cannot even cool the room even at full blast! Bathroom shower curtain is disgusting. Needs replacement. Dining area has stray cats!! What are they doing in the kitchen area?
Reviewed November 16, 2014

Lambert from Philippines
Families with young children
Stayed 2 nights in October 2014
Caters more to the Spartans
If you buy your food outside, they cook it for you for a cheap price. There is no number 2 and 3.
It was okay, really. But what we got certainly wasn't worth the price we paid. Facilities were barely adequate and badly maintained. Water was supplied from a brackish well. If you don't bring your food for them to cook, you're gonna' pay an exorbitant amount for their food, which probably isn't even fresh. If you do bring your own food though, they'll cook it for a cheap fee. They claim it's because it's hard to bring supplies from the mainland, but it can also be argued that that's exactly what they're suppose to do - bring supplies to the friggin' island where they decided to open up a friggin' resort. Lastly, the waters around the resort was kind of polluted because it was very shallow and so the tide couldn't really clean the place up even though very few boats went there. I advise against staying in this hotel. In fact, don't stay on the entire group of islands belonging to Bucas Grande. I checked another hotel there, and it was even worse than the one we got, not to mention deceitful. I'd suggest staying in Siargao or on the mainland of Surigao and just coming to the Bucas Grande islands by boat everyday.
Reviewed November 05, 2014

gian from Philippines
Couples
Stayed 3 nights in March 2014
need to be renovated
ambiance, view and location
the owner need to upgrade all the facilities, the food is "lutong bahay" need more equipments. needs transportation. the location, view and ambiance of the resort is wasted because of the poor maintenance and lack of management of the owner.
Reviewed August 18, 2014



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