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I booked this resort through Priceline/Agoda in advance. When we got to the port, the ferries were all grounded for 3 days due to the typhoon. The 800# provided by Priceline was unreachable from the Philippines. I called the resort and asked if I could...More
Philippine beaches sometimes struggle to live up to the hype - the reef is often degraded, the shoreline polluted. Anda beach is nice - a lot of white sand. But the best thing about it is this hotel. We had the family room - amply...More
I cannot say enough great things about this hotel. We travel extensively and this was by far the best hotel we stayed at. The rooms were spotless, the view is great, the infinity pool overlooks the ocean, the food was superb, and the prices were...More
Loved anda white beach it's a small quite place perfect for relaxing. Weather your by the beach or the pool it feels like you've got the whole place to yourself. It's got a perfect infinity pool. Would definitely go back.
Small and quiet place. Very well-run and well-maintained. It has the quaintness of a small resort and the comforts of an air-conditioned room and fresh water shower. The little touches like a sign saying "no billiard playing during dinner time" make it clear that the...More
This resort is very remote and you need to hire a van or taxi to get there. It’ll will probably cost you about PHP 2500 to 3000 pesos for a whole day rent. I haven’t tried renting a van just for a one way trip.
Yes, we walked there and back for dinner one evening and it took us around 25 mins each way. It's not a strenuous walk but not exactly comfortable in that heat. There's not a great deal to see along the way but it was nice... More
Yes, we walked there and back for dinner one evening and it took us around 25 mins each way. It's not a strenuous walk but not exactly comfortable in that heat. There's not a great deal to see along the way but it was nice to just walk through the village and see the local people going about their daily business. If you fancy a walk then go for it, it won't kill you, but if you're prepared to pay approx £5 for a trike then that's a better option.