45 Minutes away by boat from Coron Town, the Two Seasons Coron Resort and Spa is located on the beautiful Malaroyroy Peninsula in Bulalacao Island, Coron, Palawan, Philippines. After arriving at this private island, staff directed us towards the cosy, open lobby, decorated with wooden furniture and dark brown colors. After checking in, we were informed about the island, the different relax and leisure activities of Two Seasons Coron and the several tours the Pawikan Aqua Sports Center offers to the residents of the resort. A few minutes later, someone of the friendly staff drove us in a golfcart to our room/house.
Opening the door of our beach house, we entered in a large room with a king size bed. On the right side was the door to the bathroom. This one was decorated by dark tones, which gave it a warm feeling of home. The shower was looking out towards the ocean. If this is not enough: it was possible to slide the body-length-windows fully open. Our balcony was located at the beachside and had a small infinity jacuzzi.
During one of our nights at the Two Seasons Island, we went to the Spa. We took a 60-minute during treatment. By using special pressure tecniques and relaxing oil, our bodies were empted from the stress of almost losing my passport and missing our boat to Coron. If you’re more an energetic person ready to explore the most beautiful islands of the Philippines, don’t worry. Enough adventurous afternoon activities can be arranged. You can book a tour at the Sports center, kajak or Stand-up paddle your way trough the afternoon.
Breakfast was served in the restaurant, next to the lobby. If you’ll ever be visiting the Two Seasons Resort & Spa, you should try the French Toast! We also had lunch and dinner at the restaurant, due to not having different options. The food was good, but we were less enhusiast about the cocktails. The white wine, on the other hand was excellent.
We would like to thank the Two Seasons for our stay and the great team for their hospitality and kindness.
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Pictures are taken by Me & Matthias Geerts w/a Canon EOS Mark IV