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Coconut Garden Island Resort

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Metro Manila, Philippines
Reviewed 31 August 2015

We stayed at Coconut for five days. The location at which the resort was built is great - excellent beach, comfortable surroundings and not *too* far from Port Barton. However, the staff is never once asked me how my stay so far was, or if there was anything they could help with... and we were the ONLY guests on their...

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3Thank David M
Mildura, Victoria, Australia
Reviewed 6 July 2015 via mobile

I stayed 2 nights in July in a basic room, for one night I was the only guest. The beach is much nicer than port barton and the hammocks are lovely. A lot of care is taken with the beautiful tropical gardens. The room was good..my first in palawan without a bad smelling bathroom &/or ants in the bed. Considering...

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4Thank Fleur E
Angeles City, Philippines
Reviewed 14 May 2015

helpful staff, very nice main cabin/restaurant. They do quite a job handling serving and preparing meals on an island. Food is very good all things considered. I booked a solar fan cabin and it was very nice inside. That said, the solar fan can only function 8 hours in a 24 hour period and mine died usually after 3-4 hours...

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4Thank MarcoDimSum
Quezon City, Philippines
Reviewed 18 April 2015

Stayed here for 2 nights en route to Puerto Princesa from El Nido. The place is very secluded, it is the only resort in the island. The resort arranges boat transfer from Port Barton. There is no mobile signal and internet on the island. Electricity only at night also. Perfect for those who looking to get away from the city....

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6Thank kimmybourne
Reviewed 23 March 2015 via mobile

We stayed here in the family cottage for two nights, and we really got a chance to relax at a very fair price. We were pick up by boat in port Barton and the resort is 45 min away. It a beautiful place and very well kept.. There was no aircon in our cottage and it was quite warm.. And...

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5Thank Pernille K
Uppsala, Sweden
Reviewed 8 February 2015 via mobile

A short boat ride from port barton, you will find this little island resort. The accomendation is simple (we preffered the bunglaows that are a little bigger and have a nice private porch) but clean. The electricity is on a few hours around lunch and evening. In the bunglaows you also have a solar panel light, very useful if you...

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5Thank Ida L
Tel Aviv, Israel
Reviewed 3 February 2015 via mobile

We stayed here for 1 night in February. The place was really cute, we had a cottage over the water, sleeping to the sound of the waves. It is the only hotel on this small island. The food and service were great. however, when we were there it was very windy in the evening and also during the day so...

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5Thank Sivan R
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 2 December 2014

I made a reservation by telephone in this resort but I was awakened by some previous posts in Tripadvisor. The next day I called again and asked for a confirmation of the reservation. There was no reservation under my name and the resort was fully booked!! Port Barton is not an easy place to travel to; it will take you...

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2Thank Hans B
Canton of Zurich, Switzerland
Reviewed 16 October 2014

We stayed 5 nights in this little paradise and loved every second. The huts are simple w a solar fan for 6hrs at night but a mosquito net and big bathroom. The food is delicious, cooked by a real chef with decades of experience. There are hammocks between the coconut trees and beach chairs on the beach. This is a...

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5Thank Teamchallenger
Reviewed 14 October 2014

We stayed 5 nights in this little paradise and loved every second. The huts are simple w a solar fan for 6hrs at night but a mosquito net and big bathroom. The food is delicious, cooked by a real chef with decades of experience. There are hammocks between the coconut trees and beach chairs on the beach. This is a...

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A quiet island resort for guests to relax and relieve their stress. A beautiful place to enjoy your family vacation. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Coconut Garden Island Resort

Address: Cacnipa Island, Port Barton, Palawan Island, Philippines
Region: Philippines > Mimaropa > Palawan Province > Palawan Island > Port Barton
Number of rooms: 17
Also Known As:
Coconut Garden Island Resort Port Barton, Palawan Island
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“hillside rooms are much better for privacy”
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“If you wanna take a break and be one with nature. Stay here!”
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“During cooler months, standard rooms are fine, but I hope you like truly COLD showers.”
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“buy distilled water in the small stores in Port Barton before boarding your boat. water in the island is EXPENSIVE”
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“You should try to get one of the cottages which have a solar panel. Especially during the summer at can get quite hot and you definitley want to use the fan during the night...”
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