Summer Escape Offer

  • Special benefits for guests will include a bottle of Champagne and canapés in the Casita on arrival
  • Half-board meals (daily breakfast and daily dinner, including non-alcoholic beverages) in any of the resort’s dining outlets for two guests
  • Complimentary items from the in-room mini bar

Terms & conditions

  • Minimum 3-night stay
  • Valid for guests’ stay until 30th November 2016 

Booking Period

27/06/2016 to 30/11/2016

Amanpulo Information

Location & Getting There

Amanpulo is located on the Pamalican island, among the Quiniluban Group of Cuyo Islands and southwest of Manila. Guests will meet at Manila airport and be taken to the Amanpulo’s lounge where they will be flown to Pamalican Island on the next scheduled flight.

Accommodation

Comprising of 40 twin-roofed bungalows, the casitas are intricately furnished by island-like interiors, surrounded by spectacular scenery of the hillsides and beachfronts. The beach casitas comprise of private pathways that lead to the white sandy beaches overseeing the beautiful views of the neighbouring islands. The treetop casitas are located above the tree-line and have their own private pool. The hillside casitas also comprise of breathtaking views of the sea where the deluxe rooms offer spectacular views of the Sulu Sea and neighbouring islands. The private villas, located near the sea boast their own private swimming pool, separate bedroom, living and dining pavilions and an outdoor lounge and kitchen. In addition, each casita comes with its own buggy for unlimited island exploration.

Facilities

-Spa
-Library
-Beach club
-Pool: 1 swimming pool
-4 synthetic grass, floodlit tennis courts
-Gym

Activities

Guests can enjoy a wide variety of water activities from sailing through the spectacular blue waters of the Sulu Sea to embarking on a journey of island hopping, fishing and lazy-day sailing. Windsurfing, fishing, snorkelling and scuba diving are always a must.

Children

Children are welcomed though there are no specific facilities

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