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Dolphin Rooms are poolside. Turtle rooms are bigger and are either poolside or hillside. Moray Rooms are beach front and have their own balconies. Whitetip Rooms are on the second level and are available in a pair with connecting balcony sitting area. One of these rooms have a view of the beach and ocean.
Dolphin, Turtle, Moray and Whitetip Rooms have one queen bed.
Manta Rooms are highest in elevation, have a frontside balcony with sitting area overlooking the greenery and a backside balcony with a view of the ocean. The Eagle Room is on the hillside and has its own balcony looking out into the ocean.The Emperor Room is slightly higher in elevation and has a spacious balcony with a hammock to enjoy a palm tree laced view of the ocean.
Manta, Eagle and Emperor Rooms have one king bed.
All rooms except the Emperor and Eagle may be booked as either Fan-cooled or Aircon Rooms. All room exteriors are of native materials and roofing, while interiors may be native or concrete. In-room facilities include ensuite shower with hot water and mini-bar.
Turtle Rooms or the set of Whitetip Rooms are recommended for families with up to two children.
Situated above the restaurant it's the perfect place to combine business and pleasure. Seating for 25 people, fully aircon with slide projector, TV/Video & Whiteboard. The Point bar is the ideal place to enjoy your favorite cocktail. The view is sensational and when the sun goes down, The Point is the place to be - we're open as long as you want us to be!
Why share the beach with anyone when we can whisk you away to a deserted bay for the day. We can organize a fishing trip, sunset cruise, beach barbecue or pack you a picnic - whatever you choose.
Centrally located along heavily built-up Small La Laguna Beach, 5-7 minutes walk from likewise densely populated Sabang Beach`s shops, restaurants, entertainment and land transportation links to Puerto Galera Pier.
Outrigger boats as water taxis are accessible a few minutes along a walkway, which used to be a beach. Dive spots, less spoilt beaches/island hopping sites are within 20 minutes by boat. Further tucked away inland, one hour by jeepney and boat, is Ponderosa Golf Course`s 9-hole fairway.
The Manila-Puerto galery journey involves a 2.5-hr drive from Manila
to Batangas Pier and a 1 hour ferry ride onwards to Puerto Galera.
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