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Coco Beach Island Resort

Behiya, Puerto Galera, Mindoro Philippines
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#17 of 74 hotels in Puerto Galera
Coco Beach Island Resort is a sprawling 10-hectare beach resort with facilities made from all-natural materials... Everything is designed to compliment each facility and its natural surroundings. Definitely, an idyllic place to recharge frayed nerves, with its cozy ambience of bamboo and nipa hut in its very Filipino type of hospitality and accommodation...
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Free internet
Free breakfast
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Public wifi
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Shuttle bus service
Couples massage
Foot massage
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Private balcony
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Cheeky_Monkey1984 wrote a review Mar 2021
Nantwich, United Kingdom143 contributions50 helpful votes
If you want to experience living in an island then this hotel is perfect. Rooms are all made of natural bamboo. It’s called nipa huts in Philippines. WiFi reception even the mobile receptions are very low in the rooms so very good if you want to relax. But it’s all good in reception/pool area. We enjoyed our stay as it’s something different than our usual luxury hotel and resorts holiday. The staff are attentive and all very nice. Food is not the best we had but not bad either. We did a day boat trip and they took us to another island for a nice lunch a and swim which I would highly recommend.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
AnuPra wrote a review Feb 2021
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From the boat approach to the resort ,to the short hill hike up to the property and then the lashing sea waves kissing our feet, this resort is a complete platter of comfort and wilderness. The large & beautifully decked native style bamboo cottages , to the sprawling coconut groves around it was all such a plesant & enchiring experience.Kitchen staff was accomodating enough for our vegetarian food requirements .Kids enjoyed the expansive swimming pool and the game room. Highly recommended Resort. In and around sea activities are also arranged by the resort on request.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Ron wrote a review Mar 2020
Taguig City, Philippines4334 contributions291 helpful votes
This is the third time i visited this resort. Since my trip to Thailand got cancelled i need to find a place to go on New Years Day. And since PG is near Manila, i decided to find a place in PG, and luckily that time they had a promo of 2020 for 3days and 2 nights stay with breakfast so i grabbed it. The room i got is in the left side Family room hillside, which is few steps up to go to the room with a very very nice view. The floating bridge in the beach is not there anymore , they said its coz of the last typhoon, too bad its really nice to walk there and watch the fishes and corals in the morning or watch the sunset. The breakfast before is buffet (last time i was there was 2019 may) . Now its just platted filipino and continental. Hotdog for filipino and sausage for continental , no other choices. The room we got is not good for elderly and kids and its kinda steep, my son slipped 3 times. The Room is clean and they maintain it daily even fix the bed and mosquito net every night. The only downside in the room is the flush, it will take 3 years if u wanted to use the bathroom to poop coz flush takes ages to refill the tank. The staffs are same, they are cheerful and they assists us and very helpful . The resort is very quite if u want peaceful. will comeback if ever we have short vacation .
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Date of stay: January 2020
3 Helpful votes
Kathleen H wrote a review Feb 2020
Honolulu, Hawaii315 contributions106 helpful votes
Coco beach. Let me start by saying this is a beautiful but older resort off the beaten track, in fact you can’t drive here. It’s a 10-15 minute boat ride in a small motorboat where you land on a private beach. A board with narrow steps is lowered into the water to get onshore-your feet will get wet. There is a sandy beach but it’s not sandy off shore. We had an amazing private bungalow (ours actually had two rooms but we had no neighbors, there are single bungalows) but we had a lot of steps (62) to get there. There was a view of the ocean from our balcony and also a hammock. As there are no phones in the room you pull a rope that calls your personal assistant. We arrived before the season started so there were only 8 guests at the entire resort. On the downside the shower was lukewarm (though it was hot outside so we didn’t mind) no air conditioning, lots of steps to get to the rooms with a view, and occasional brown outs. Happy hour is from 4-5 and you get 241 drinks. Order 1 get 2. Lovely pool. There is no nightlife and just one small resort store but you can take the boat to the little town nearby. The huts are made from bamboo, including the floors and steps which can be slippery. The shower area was also a bit slippery. It is recommended that you do not drink the tap water but they do bring a large bottle of drinking water daily. Here in the Philippines many places outside the resorts don’t have toilet paper. Locals wash with little pots of water. Toilet paper is not to be flushed. Every bathroom stall has a little waste basket. Breakfast comes with the room. We did two of the tours offered through the resort. One was a sea cave. We took a motorboat to Long Beach where we transferred to a smaller boat and landed in a small nearby cove traveling through crystal clear water. They gave us plastic shoes to wear as we walked up a very small hill and then down a ladder into the cave. It wasn’t big and just about 3 feet deep. The holes in the rocks above let in sunlight and the cave appeared to be luminous. So pretty! You exit through another hole in the rocks. It only took about 15 minutes. From there we went on the snorkel excursion. We were given masks and snorkels. The boat took us to a large area. We jumped into the water and held onto ropes while the boat motored along at a pretty good clip. This was the highlight of our entire trip. Never have I seen such abundant sea life. Corals of every color, starfish, giant clams and literally thousands of fish. The water was incredibly clear. At one point the driver threw some bread into the water. Immediately we were surrounded by so many fish they were swimming into us, and a few even tried to take a nibble but it just tickled. By being dragged along we covered a good distance. Really amazing!! It took about two hours but it was so worth it. What an experience. Loved it!
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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The Bavarian wrote a review Jan 2020
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I‘ve been there quite i few times as a kid and it was a lovely place to stay. The cottages were adorable and the landscape was amazing. Due to this I decided to stay there for Xmas Holidays with Family/Friends which was the worst decision I could‘ve made... The place is in bad condition as maintanance is missing everywhere. - toilet was not working - not enough water in the shower - water coming out of the shower was yellow - Everyday same breakfast (continental/filipino) - no air con - no wifi - lots of food on the menu not available - lots of broken things such as cable car, stairs,etc - cockroaches everywhere - lots of mosquitos Even though the staff is friendly the service level was very poor, high prices on food/beverages, etc... but the gastrointestinal problems we got where for free! And once you get on the island you are basically trapped without access to TV,wifi,aircon,restaurants and stores. We met other visitors there who checked out earlier than expected and so did we! A sad visitor :-(
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
USD 35 - USD 88 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Coco Beach Resort
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Frequently Asked Questions about Coco Beach Island Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Coco Beach Island Resort?
Nearby attractions include White Beach (3.1 km), Aninuan Beach (7.7 km), and Masasa Beach (4.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Coco Beach Island Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Coco Beach Island Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Coco Beach Island Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Jack Daniel Apartments Restaurant, The Verandah Restaurant, and Resto Veranda.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Coco Beach Island Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Coco Beach Island Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Coco Beach Island Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are there any historical sites close to Coco Beach Island Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Muelle Cross (2.2 km).
Does Coco Beach Island Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.