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Philippines Accommodation

Below are a selection of hotels and resorts that we recommend in the Philippines, grouped by region. Our dedicated team have hand picked the best hotels for your holiday in the Pilippines, each one of them has been visited and we are available to answer any questions you may have.

    Bohol & Panglao

    • Amorita Resort

      Amorita Resort is located at the end of Alona Beach, an idyllic stretch of powder white sand with gorgeous clear turquoise waters – a perfect choice for Turquoise Holidays! Along the beach you’ll find local beach shacks where you can enjoy a couple of beers or partake in a massage on the sand. Further along the beach, in the evenings, you’ll find lively bars and restaurants, however it is not a spoilt beach or over developed, like you find elsewhere in South East Asia, this is in its infancy so is fun and charming. The resort is set up on a hillside at the end of the bay, with stunning views out to the ocean, so you have the peace and seclusion of a luxury resort, but can step down to the beach if you want to join in with the lively scene.

    • South Palms Resort, Panglao

      The sheer size and beauty of the beach hits you the minute you walk into South Palms Resort, you really will think you’ve arrived in paradise – of all the resorts in this region South Palms really can boast the best shoreline. We are talking azure turquoise blue water, white than white powder soft sand as far as the eye can see, backed with rows of palm trees and behind that, the resort rooms. Even better, this is a completely unspoilt private beach but the lively little town of Alona Beach, with its lively bars and local restaurants, is just 10 minutes away making it an ideal location for those who like to get out and explore in the evenings.


    • Discovery Shores, Boracay

      Modern contemporary design combined with friendly Filipino service and a perfect beachfront setting make the four star Discovery Shores an ideal spot for a relaxing beach break. Located on lively Boracay’s four kilometre beach, Discover Shores is situated at the quieter end of the beach in Station One, away from the busy nightlife of Station Two which is only about 10 minutes away by resort shuttle for those looking to dine out and about. Back at the resort, you’ll find everything for relaxed beach living including a spacious pool with a separate kiddie level, Jacuzzi and poolside bar. Or lie back on the plentiful sunbeds directly on the powder soft sand.

    • Shangri-La's Boracay

      A large resort, but spread out across a beautiful headland, spanning two picture perfect white sand beaches, the Shangri-La really impressed us and has fast become a Turquoise favourite for its wonderful setting, stylish contemporary Filipino design, wonderful restaurants, huge beachside pool area and amazing spa.

    • The Lind Boracay

      The Lind is a newcomer to Boracay. The style of this four star boutique hotel is uber cool with cutting edge design and a very contemporary feel with friendly Filipino hospitality. The location, right on the beach in Station One, is ideal. Being on a quieter stretch of beach you can enjoy relaxing days without the crowds but are only a ten minute shuttle to Station Two where the main hub of bars, restaurants and shops are located.  There are two pools on the resort – one located on top of the front block of rooms with fantastic views down to the beach and out to the crystal clear sea, at night this can convert into a cool rooftop bar area, great for sundowners!


    • Atmosphere Resort & Spa

      Tucked away on the unspoilt south coast of the island of Negros, Atmosphere Resort & Spa is a charming boutique retreat set within an old seven-acre coconut plantation. English owners, Gabrielle and Matthew Holder fell in love with the enchanting underwater world off the coast and decided to create a home away from home, where guests could stay in comfort, relax and be pampered to their hearts content.

    • Shangri-La Mactan

      Shangri-La Mactan is a relatively large, traditional style hotel but spread over expansive gardens with two gigantic swimming pools and a gorgeous beach - there is plenty of space to find your own discreet corner of paradise. Just 20 minutes from the airport, this is a great base for those who are stopping over enroute to another island or if you are looking to enjoy some of the many unique activities that only Cebu has to offer including swimming with the Whale Sharks.


    • The Peninsula Manila

      With a wonderful location in Makati, within walking distance of restaurants and shops and Ayala Museum, The Peninsula Manila is the ideal place to stay when stopping over in Manila, before flying on to your idyllic island retreat.


    • Amanpulo

      Amanpulo is an exquisite private retreat spread out over an 85 hectare island in the middle of Palawan Province. It is a barefoot flat sand islet, almost Maldives-esque, surrounded by the most powdery white soft sand and turquoise blue lagoon you can imagine. The snorkelling, straight off the beach, is sublime and turtles nest in the waters just off the shoreline. This is THE PLACE for water lovers as you are simply surrounded by it at its crystal clear best. Of course it is perfect for lovers of space, relaxation and indulgence to, with every luxury catered for, however in its most simple natural form. This island is about getting at one with nature and doesn’t need the bells and whistles of many five star resorts to make you feel you’ve landed in heaven. The décor here is simple and stylish with local timbers and natural stones blending with the surroundings, immaculate and discreet service and a delicious choice of food.

    • Cauayan Island Resort, El Nido

      Cauyan Island Resort, a four star hideaway, is tucked away within one of the picture perfect coves, with a small but sublime beach and a charming local style - totally in tune with its environment. 

    • El Nido Resorts - Lagen Island

      Lagen Island is a charming four star resort with one of the most breathing settings you’ll find anywhere in the world. Tucked into a small bay, surrounded by jungle clad limestone cliffs in the magnificent Bacuit Bay you’ll be dragging your jaw off the floor – the views are simply sublime and sunsets here are breath-taking.

    • El Nido Resorts -Pangulasian Island

      Often referred to as ‘Island of the Sun’ as its unique location allows you to enjoy sunrise and sunset from its immaculate beach, the location of El Nido Pangulasian island is simply sublime. Tucked behind a long stretch of beach with a sandbar reaching into the turquoise waters of Bacuit Bay, you are surrounded by the most jaw dropping limestone scenery, jungle clad karsts of rock jutting out of the ocean in a formation of hundreds of islands with secluded bays and lagoons to discover right on your doorstep. This really is an untouched, picture perfect haven. Think Halong or Phang Nga Bay but almost all to yourself with no other tourists.

    • Two Seasons Resort, Coron

      Two Seasons is nestled on a gorgeous stretch of private beach on the island of Bulaloacao, a short boat ride from the main island of Coron. With an off-shore turtle and giant clam sanctuary, vibrant house reef, idyllic white sand beach with crystal clear waters and surrounded by the islands of Palawan, this is the perfect four star eco-retreat from which to explore this spectacular region of The Philippines.


    • Nay Palad Hideaway (was Dedon Island Resort)

      Nay palad Hideaway is a unique boutique retreat tucked away on the southeastern corner of Siagaro, an island best known for its surf break but with plenty to offer from pristine, quiet beaches, exotic wildlife, coral reefs, secluded natural pools, underground caves, world-renowned sport fishing and diving, exquisite seafood, lively nightlife. This really is an under-the-radar nature lover’s paradise.

Island of the month: Mauritius

Mauritius isn’t just an island to enjoy a luxury hotel with soft, white sandy shores and delicious locally grown food with tip-top service. It’s also an island to explore and find exhilarating activities such as hiking, zip-lining and horse riding, as well as helicopter tours and swimming to a waterfall.

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Island of the month: Mauritius

Mauritius isn’t just an island to enjoy a luxury hotel with soft, white sandy shores and delicious locally grown food with tip-top service. It’s also an island to explore and find exhilarating activities such as hiking, zip-lining and horse riding, as well as helicopter tours and swimming to a waterfall.