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Isla Polillo Beach Resort

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Lucena City, Philippines
Reviewed 10 October 2016

resort in Polillo features many modern amenities the cottages built with locally grown materials bamboo, coconut tree, mangrove tress and exotic gardens that parallel the beauty of the natural settings of the relax in our lovely cottages.

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Thank angelicaumipig16
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

We took out 650 Kawasaki on the ferry they loaded an unloaded it for 200 Pasco each time. Drove to location on Google map an it was the wrong way so just ask the locals. The stay was very nice they have a really well keep pool. The place only needs someone to paint it an bleach the water mold...

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Thank Richard M
Berlin, Ohio
Reviewed 10 June 2016

The whole resort is quite spacious and well maintained on the outside. The room was a disaster, furniture quite old and got a lot of insect bites. The manager organized trips trough the island to keep the guest entertained. It definitely does not justify a high price.

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Thank Hans50087
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 31 October 2014

This is best resort for its value. I can compare this to Boracay and Palawan resorts. The food is excellent. All the fish (bangus) you could eat. Dr. Ner Azuala even hired a "live" band to entertain his guests and relatives.

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1Thank LeviDeGuzman2013
Reviewed 31 March 2013

We waited for 6 hours for the boat. "Doc", owner of the resort", said the boat will arrive at 11AM, then 3PM, then 6 PM. We got sunburned because of waiting in the fish port. After 2 hours of night boat ride, we arrived at the house of Doc. We even have to wait for 1 and a half hour...

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26Thank kjcaps
Mandaluyong
Reviewed 11 April 2012

1. Before the trip - Berne/Paye (nephew of the owner) offered the shuttle service of the resort - both van and boat. This should have been my first clue: when I asked what time the boat would leave Quezon, Berne/Paye just said they will wait for us. He said after some prodding that the boad would leave at 7am. We...

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20Thank Flora J
Manila, Philippines
Reviewed 9 April 2012

I booked this review based on strong reviews from bloggers. Before I venture into the off beaten path, I research the place so that my family would have a grand time. I booked last January through Tita Pines and everything went okay. We booked for 4D3N from April 5 to April 9 with van and boat transfers to the resort....

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14Thank Besmirch
Manila, Philippines
Reviewed 21 August 2011

The good: Its very homey, the place is quite big. You can laze around. They have their own pool and beach front. Tita Pines - the main caretaker/resort Manager is very accommodating. They serve locally home-cooked food. We stayed in the non-airconditioned cottage. Comfort level is ok. Good for backpackers Don't expect 3-star accommodation experience. I loved the idea that...

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  • Beachfront
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Address: | Bocao, Luzon, Philippines
Region: Philippines > Luzon > Calabarzon Region > Quezon Province > Polillo Island
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“Check in at the Seahorse Hotel or any other inns at the town.”
 of 5 bubbles floraj_12, 11 Apr 2012 | Read review
“*** Rooms were okay for 1.5k pesos per night. Mattresses are a bit hard and linens obviously haven't been changed for quite some time *** Just bring lots of off lotion because of the itchy nik nik *** Everything here has a charge. Hot water would cost you 5 pesos. Bucket of ice would cost you 20 pesos. Wouldn't mind paying if their service is excellent; but their service is very terrible. I understand they are fully booked because of the Holy Week break but they should have foreseen that”
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