When in Palawan, stay at Asturias Hotel and experience homegrown hospitality, the Asturias way.
Located in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines, the Asturias Hotel consists of 60 luxurious guestrooms that complement the warmth and friendly services that make you feel right at home. With a perfect blend both for business functions and leisure vacations, the Asturias Hotel will make it
Celebrate as life unfolds in this pristine tropical island resort, undoubtedly one of Asia’s Eden. Nestled in Coron at the northernmost tip of Palawan, the Philippine’s Last Frontier, Club Paradise is dazzling with a charm soothing to the senses and spirit… days of sunshine, shimmering white sand, crystal-clear waters bejeweled with brilliant reefs and exotic marine
Dive Link Island Resort, Uson Island, Coron, Palawan, is owned by the children of the late Placido Noel C. Matta Jr. and is now being managed by Mr. John Patrick Saddul Matta, the eldest son. It is strategically located just 10 minutes by banca from the busy town of Coron and in the center of all the best tourist destinations of the area.
Your Island in the Sun
Dos Palmas is located among a group of islands and sandbars in Honda Bay, northeast of Puerto Princesa, the capital of Palawan. Just 25 minutes overland takes you to Sta. Lourdes Wharf, where our outrigger banca awaits to ferry guests on a 50-minute boat ride to the
El Rio y Mar Resort is located in San Jose, Coron, Palawan. Charming accommodations and resort facilities are nestled in a beautiful bay with a breathtaking view of calm waters and rolling hills. The resort is an intimate and tranquil setting, ideal for those seeking
Situated in the heart of Puerto Princesa, Hotel Fleuris Palawan was established to add exquisiteness to the city.
Despite the high technology that has infiltrated the country, Hotel Fleuris’ heart still dances to the beat of instinctive ways.
And it’s a place where guests can find a home away from home, with a highly trained, guest friendly staff.
Hotel Fleuris Palawan has
Lagen Island Resort is set in a cove, fringed by a thick primary forest. The sprawling grounds cover more than four hectares. Lagen Island is a showcase of El Nido’s flora and fauna, where trees provide various niches for a diverse variety of birds and mammals, providing a wealth of opportunities and experiences for wildlife observation and sightings. At the back of the resort is a trail