Best ever! I love that the place has a pool. Breakfast is great. There's a wifi in the lobby. And it is located in the city!
Our room has fridge, hot and cold shower.
It was a pleasant stay at Ralph's Pension House. Rate was 1,000 pesos per day for 2 person. The location was quite convenient to get ready for island hopping since it's only few steps to pier. Staffs are friendly and would assist you in recommending a better itineraries for the day.
Unlimited coffee in the pantry area and its self service.
I had the contact details of the owner of this place but misplaced for some reason. I will update this review once i find it.
The Inn is a residential place where the owner occupied the 2nd floor (3 storey building). And he requires all guest to take the shoes off before entering the main door to maintain cleanliness.
I recommend you to request for the ground floor rooms. Its more convenient to go in out in your room.
We were there last week ( IST WEEK OF OCTOBER 2010) as first timer in coron, we thought it was the cheapest inn we found beside the location is great, near the market and terminal area, but the room is totally DISGUSTING! we booked for the room with c.r and aircon (they only had one room with that facilities), but sad to say the electric fan is much better and cooler than their ac room, no trash can, they provide only 1 towel for 2 person, noisy place since all tricycles and vehicles passing through the area, the c.r is only divided by curtain, and bonus of cockroach!!! The rate is P1,000/night which is not WORTH IT! the only consolation we got is their staff who at least trying to make an action to our complains but they only TRIED! next day we found out that many lodges or inns is cheaper and with best facilities. I will not recommend this inn to any of my friends who are planning to visit the beautiful coron island.
This is a budget hostel therefore one shouldn’t expect too much. There is no 24 hour room service, plus the front desk person often times is not on her desk. You get what you pay for. For 600 pesos a night, you get an airconditioned room to sleep on, with no tv, Plainly a bed and comfort room. Well, one wouldn’t need to stay in a luxurious resort when going to coron since most of your trips would be spent outside. Most of the activities would require snorkeling and strenuous activities, so when you reach your hotel, one would just be ready for slumber and dreams. The owner of this hostel is very accommodating and nice, ate chinnette. She would usually take time to chat with you and warn you about dangers of coron, and sometimes give you free delicacies. During my stay she gave us free puto and kutchinta. She also gave us discounts for our boat tour since she owns 6 of it
If ever you need a place to stay in Coron, Palawan, please consider staying in LM& Pe. It is a nice place to stay, especially for those who are in limited budget. It is just beside the Public market so everything that you might need is just a stone throw away. The staffs are nice. the will accommodate your needs promptly, We had our room for 800 pesos only, with aircon and good for four persons. It is above the L M pe bakery where you can see Baby Pe, hehehe, we really had a great time there, anyways, who needs a luxurious place wherein you will be out most of the day exploring the whole beauty of Coron has to offer.
We had a very comfortable stay in this hotel. We felt right at home. The room is small but very clean and fairly new. We got the mountain view room and I had to laugh when I looked out the window and saw - instead of mountain peaks at a distance which I had already envisioned- a rather close-up view of a mountain slope. Seriously, the mountain was right outside...lol. Anyway, view or no view, the room is affordable at 1,045 (net) a night. The bayview rooms I think cost around 1,250/night. Of course, there's room service. The staff was very attentive to our needs. You could have your meals brought to your room or even just a cup of hot water. I'm sorry I don't have photos of the hotel to share but check out their website below.
They have a spacious rooftop restaurant with a fantastic view of the town and Coron Bay. They also have rooftop massage rooms also overlooking the bay. When we tried their massage, it was already late at night so we didn't get to enjoy the view but it's still heavenly to end the day with a relaxing Shiatsu massage (Swedish massage also available; either one for only 350/hr). Also, this hotel offers wifi service (not sure if it's free) and FREE transfers from and to the airport which could save you P300.
Very relaxing... Cozy... Only-you-and-me island experience..
* resort in an island
* huge nipa cottages
* owned by fellow vter Ted (firstname.lastname@example.org)
* from coron town, you need to ride a boat to get here, probably 15-30mins away
* kuya enok, the caretaker and family will ensure you feel comfortable.
* perfect for camping
* ideal for family outing, celebrations only for you and your family
* 300php per person per night
* generator in use, at 10pm lights are off and will resume next night.
* cant bathe in the beach infront of it, but you can ride a small boat about 50meters away
where you can swim.
* mosquitoes, bring your repellants. they have mosquito nets for your beds.
Our stay was excellent. People here are very accomodating to your needs.
if you want to go out of your city life with buildings/airconditioned rooms
and have a grasp what is it life to stay in a nipa hut and be with nature,
youll like this...
* huge NIPA hut cottages for you and your family.
* good for celebrations for many people.
* can serve as park with its lots of plants and trees
* scenic view of mountains and lakes
* chessy saw a squirrel playing nearby
* clean, spacious and relaxing
* ideal for backpacking/camping
* owned by fellow VTer, email@example.com
- electricity goes out at 2am and will resume next night.
Currently the most expensive hotel in Coron. The rates start at P1500 for an airconditioned room and queen size bed with t&b, and goes up to P1800 for the bigger rooms. There's a garden upon entering the grounds. The rooms are clean and the building itself is fairly new. There is no restaurant in the hotel or the area. It is a block from one of the main roads where a tricycle (P8 per ride) needs to be taken in order to get to one of the main streets to go out.
There is a pool, but there's no water in it at the moment.
This resort is recommended for its location. It's a short walking distance to the public market, Internet cafes, tour agencies, the Pal Express office, most of the eating places around town, and the bancas (that we used for our boat tour) . This saves the need for having to take a tricycle from a hotel and back. The second floor fan room with t&b at P700 for 2 persons is very reasonable. Towels and soap were provided. There's a restaurant on the ground floor, as well as bar behind it. The place also has a shop for divers, and they also arrange for tours, although it was not an option that was availed of during our stay.
The second floor had a deck facing the water where you can see the boats and the public market to the left.
My family and I had a wonderful stay here. A smiling pretty lady picked us up at the airport, a traditional jeepney to the wooden wharf, a traditional banca thru mangrove fringed river ala James Bond movie, then arriving at a beautiful nice sandy beach. We had a welcome drink and song from the staff! The place is magical, the food is delicious (we kept asking for more of their fish sinigang) and the staff are great. They had a guitarist singer who serenaded us during dinner.
More expensive than other places but worth all of it. Less expensive than their sister resort Club Paradise. Take their island hopping tour which brings you to 2 deserted islets surrounded by marvelous corals and colorful fishes, then to Club Paradise, a picnic lunch then back. We booked our own van and boat for Coron island hopping to save cost but they were so nice they sent 2 of their staff with us plus a delicious lunch! They said "while you stay with us we ensure your safety and enjoyment". They did!
Great location, beautiful cottages and facilities, wonderful staff.
We booked this resort thru the Philippine Airlines PALakbayan. Although it's on the more expensive side, we never regret spending our honeymoon on this very secluded island. The resort has all the privacy that we wanted and everything and anything that a tourist would need.
Their service would start the moment you stepped out of the airport and from then on, you will be pampered to no end (rooms are great, staffs are all friendly and accommodating, and the food/s were superb!!!)
The staff are accommodating and courteous. They even arranged the Coron Bay island hopping tour for us. Good service and clean rooms. Affordable room rates, family fan room only at PHP 560 a night. They have a bar and a restaurant. Food at their restaurant is commendable.
Has a roof deck where you can view a portion of Coron Bay and the Coron public market. It is located in the coron town; so, it is accessible to souvenir shops, airline offices, public market, and island-hopping take-off points. Free coffee every morning.
peaceful and free, nearest neighbor is 3 minutes by boat, you have the whole place to yourself -the sea, the shore and the forest, experience what the native tagbanuas have been enjoying for centuries
native accommodation in a secluded site yet ony 15 minutes from town, great views, seafront, free boat paddling
Fan room Php 350/night
Aircon room Php 500/night
I stayed in the aircon room. Double bed, table and toilet & bath.
Booked the room through Coron Divers.
Located near La Sirenetta restaurant & Coron Divers Dive Shop
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