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3.8/52 Reviews
Zamboanguita|13.88km from downtown
The location is a bit off from the city center but it's definitely worth the long drive. If you're looking for a peaceful and quiet place to relax this is definitely the place. A serene atmosphere where you can enjoy the vast ocean view and sunset. Friendly and accommodating staffs. Sunset and early morning views were fantastic. The pathway leading to the beach has a rundown or ruin effect which is perfect. The beach is rocky and not advisable for swimming but they do have an infinity pool where you can enjoy and relax.
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4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
Zamboanguita|9.72km from downtown
We stayed here 3 nights. Getting there was relatively easy from the Dumaguete port (we had taken a ferry) - we hired a trike, and it took about 40 minutes. Driving through a city on a trike is an adventure unto itself, and I live in Boston. The breakfast was excellent and there were a lot of options for lunch and dinner meals - almost any type of cuisine you can think of is available. I especially liked the red curry with shrimp. Definitely need bug spray if you are a mosquito magnet like me - fortunately they had some OFF! lotion for sale, which helped tremendously. The beach is pretty but quite rocky - you will want your water shoes if you're in the mood for a swim. Rooms are spacious with hot water showers, aircon, and either a balcony or patio for drying your stuff. I would have liked a few more hangers in the closet (there were 3), but I didn't bother asking for more. I did ask for a hair dryer, which they happily provided. Bed was comfortable. Grounds are nicely landscaped with lots of flowering plants. There are cows and chickens next door and in the neighborhood, but the AC was loud enough to drown out noises from them, and I'm a pretty light sleeper. The pool is small, but clean and nice. There are several areas around the property with lounge chairs for relaxing after a nice dive. As for diving, their rental equipment is solid. Divemasters were all excellent, boats were in good shape and easy to board. It is about a 20 minute ride to Apo Island, which is amazing for corals, small fish, and turtles. Probably the best corals I've ever seen. The house reef, which is a very easy shore dive, has a lot of macro creatures. I did this dive at night, and saw lots of nudis, frogfish, puffers, turtles, etc. There are also several "Coastal" dive sites, which are mostly grassy / sandy areas with some artificial reefs with some young corals growing on them. Again, mostly macro / "muck" diving. They speak (at least) local languages (Tagalog and local dialects), English, French, and German here. They have security on the grounds at night, so you will see a guard walking around with a (large) gun and a (very cute) doberman.
FromUS$33.00
4.5/5Excellent7 Reviews
Zamboanguita|9.18km from downtown
It is suitable for bringing children, the swimming pool is more beautiful, probably because there are always some debris under the tree, and the water is not clear. Service is pretty good, facilities? The WIFI signal is really bad, and the network speed is still slow! There is no signal at the desk location. This problem has also reacted to their manager. In addition, there is no Chinese menu for the meal, which is really tangled! I also made recommendations to the manager. After all, some Chinese people will patronize now, although they are still mostly foreigners. Perhaps because the boss is French, the French meal is mixed with the meal. There is a French man named Matisse who is tall and thin and is casually said to be a manager. He can help you with anything. It is more regrettable that the pictures of diving in Apo Island do not know why there are so many missing. I do not know if Matisse did not help me export all from gopro or what! The diving instructor is very nice and the people are very nice. If it is not for diving, there is no need to live in such a remote place. There is really nothing near the hotel! It takes more than 100 RMB to charter a car to the urban area of Dumaguete City, or it is a 40-minute tutu, but it is 500p for the hotel to call tutu.
FromUS$56.00
4.5/5Excellent3 Reviews
Zamboanguita|9.27km from downtown
We came here spontaneously, as boats couldn't go to Apo Island (were we intended to stay) due to typhoon warning. Once I arrived I read some of the mixed reviews (english and german) and was curious at how it would be. Let me tell you, all the negative points that were mentioned seem to be fixed. We had a great time and I'm going to go into the different points, which in hindsight seem laughable and way off: - the staff was very friendly - there were no rules/fines for not bringing drinks or food from outside. Also, they provide you with free water, so you can fill up your bottles. - the owner was very nice. Greeted us everytime, updated us about the typhoon status and asked about our plans to make sure if there's something he could do for us. Hence, he organized that we could join other guests, that were going to Apo on a daytrip, to make the one-way trip there more convenient and affordable for us. - also said owner did not eat dinner at the same time as the guests. So there's no truth (anymore?) to the story that you're not able to sit at 'his table'. - a german review mentioned that there are only 4 sun loungers to lay on. Now there are 8. - same german review mentioned that you're getting massaged on those sun loungers. We didn't have a massage, but other guests did. Don't know where, but definitely not on the sun loungers. - another german review mentioned that it's getting hot in the rooms... There's a fan on the ceiling (if you don't want to use the aircon). The resort is as well equiped to ensure a comfortable night, as no other we've stayed at (in 2 months in the Philippines). - Someone complained about the "slums" next door. First off all, I despise such a dismissive term. It's a normal fisher settling and there's no need to be afraid. If you're afraid of such 'slums', don't come to the Philippines. If you're still concerned, don't be. Now there's a security guard with a shotgun patroling in the evening and at night. - also, the karaoke, roosters and dogs are something you'll encounter pretty much anywhere. We didn't notice it nearly as much here, as we did on other places. Again, if you can't handle it, don't come to the Philippines.
FromUS$82.00
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
Zamboanguita|9.77km from downtown
What a lovely clean well looked after resort , we stayed in a cozy bungalow ,tv air con small fridge, plenty of room , very comfortable bed , pool is big , gardens are lovely, two restaurants one for breakfast which is good but not much choice, it’s almost on the beach ,second restaurant is for lunch and dinner menu is good and food very good price is reasonable, beach area is clean and tidy , plenty of outdoors furniture in resort and on beach 🏖, water is very clean , staff are polite and very helpful, it takes about forty minutes on bus from main bus station , then 5/10 minute walk , there’s no diveing from the resort at the moment but plenty near , sunset is amazing every night on beach 🏝
FromUS$56.00
4.7/5Outstanding1 Reviews
Zamboanguita|9.08km from downtown
Property Location When you stay at Allura Resort Dive and Spa in Zamboanguita, you'll be on the beach and 12 minutes by foot from Malatapay Market. This beach hotel is 7.9 mi (12.7 km) from Dauin Church and 14 mi (22.6 km) from Siaton Plaza. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 7 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and Smart televisions. Rooms have private balconies or patios. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities including an outdoor pool and bicycles to rent. Additional amenities at this hotel include tour/ticket assistance and a picnic area. Dining Satisfy your appetite for lunch or dinner at the hotel's restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the room service (during limited hours). Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily from 7 AM to 10 AM for a fee. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include luggage storage and laundry facilities. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$55.00
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
Zamboanguita|9.64km from downtown
Fantastic small hotel - great friendly helpful staff. Excellent food and perfect location right on the beach. Was very quiet the week we were there - a short walk down the beach from the kite spot with (K)ite (I)n (N)egros. Clean and tidy, good price, good food, comfy beds, nice pool and room cleaned each day - no complaints. Was there for the kiting so didn’t visit specifically for diving but Ram sorted me out with a quick check dive off the beach right from the hotel. Professional outfit - would recommend. Not much going on in Zamboanguita tourist wise, but hey, what more do you need when there’s diving, kiting, food and a quiet beach right on your doorstep.
FromUS$67.00
0/50 Reviews
Zamboanguita|9.3km from downtown
Located in Zamboanguita, A Villas Resort Dumaguete is a perfect starting point from which to explore Dumaguete. The property has everything you need for a comfortable stay. To be found at the property are free Wi-Fi in all rooms, daily housekeeping, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. Access to the property's outdoor pool will further enhance your already satisfying stay. A Villas Resort Dumaguete is an excellent choice from which to explore Dumaguete or to simply relax and rejuvenate.
FromUS$41.00
0/50 Reviews
Zamboanguita|9.5km from downtown
When you stay at Sweet Water Resort in Zamboanguita, you'll be minutes from Malatapay Market. This hotel is within the region of Dauin Church and Mount Talinis.This hotel offers designated smoking areas.Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee.Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 9 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries.
FromUS$31.00

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3.8/52 Reviews
The location is a bit off from the city center but it's definitely worth the long drive. If you're looking for a peaceful and quiet place to relax this is definitely the place. A serene atmosphere where you can enjoy the vast ocean view and sunset. Friendly and accommodating staffs. Sunset and early morning views were fantastic. The pathway leading to the beach has a rundown or ruin effect which is perfect. The beach is rocky and not advisable for swimming but they do have an infinity pool where you can enjoy and relax.
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FromUS$24.00
4.3/510 Reviews
We stayed here 3 nights. Getting there was relatively easy from the Dumaguete port (we had taken a ferry) - we hired a trike, and it took about 40 minutes. Driving through a city on a trike is an adventure unto itself, and I live in Boston. The breakfast was excellent and there were a lot of options for lunch and dinner meals - almost any type of cuisine you can think of is available. I especially liked the red curry with shrimp. Definitely need bug spray if you are a mosquito magnet like me - fortunately they had some OFF! lotion for sale, which helped tremendously. The beach is pretty but quite rocky - you will want your water shoes if you're in the mood for a swim. Rooms are spacious with hot water showers, aircon, and either a balcony or patio for drying your stuff. I would have liked a few more hangers in the closet (there were 3), but I didn't bother asking for more. I did ask for a hair dryer, which they happily provided. Bed was comfortable. Grounds are nicely landscaped with lots of flowering plants. There are cows and chickens next door and in the neighborhood, but the AC was loud enough to drown out noises from them, and I'm a pretty light sleeper. The pool is small, but clean and nice. There are several areas around the property with lounge chairs for relaxing after a nice dive. As for diving, their rental equipment is solid. Divemasters were all excellent, boats were in good shape and easy to board. It is about a 20 minute ride to Apo Island, which is amazing for corals, small fish, and turtles. Probably the best corals I've ever seen. The house reef, which is a very easy shore dive, has a lot of macro creatures. I did this dive at night, and saw lots of nudis, frogfish, puffers, turtles, etc. There are also several "Coastal" dive sites, which are mostly grassy / sandy areas with some artificial reefs with some young corals growing on them. Again, mostly macro / "muck" diving. They speak (at least) local languages (Tagalog and local dialects), English, French, and German here. They have security on the grounds at night, so you will see a guard walking around with a (large) gun and a (very cute) doberman.
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FromUS$33.00
4.5/57 Reviews
It is suitable for bringing children, the swimming pool is more beautiful, probably because there are always some debris under the tree, and the water is not clear. Service is pretty good, facilities? The WIFI signal is really bad, and the network speed is still slow! There is no signal at the desk location. This problem has also reacted to their manager. In addition, there is no Chinese menu for the meal, which is really tangled! I also made recommendations to the manager. After all, some Chinese people will patronize now, although they are still mostly foreigners. Perhaps because the boss is French, the French meal is mixed with the meal. There is a French man named Matisse who is tall and thin and is casually said to be a manager. He can help you with anything. It is more regrettable that the pictures of diving in Apo Island do not know why there are so many missing. I do not know if Matisse did not help me export all from gopro or what! The diving instructor is very nice and the people are very nice. If it is not for diving, there is no need to live in such a remote place. There is really nothing near the hotel! It takes more than 100 RMB to charter a car to the urban area of Dumaguete City, or it is a 40-minute tutu, but it is 500p for the hotel to call tutu.
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FromUS$56.00
4.5/53 Reviews
We came here spontaneously, as boats couldn't go to Apo Island (were we intended to stay) due to typhoon warning. Once I arrived I read some of the mixed reviews (english and german) and was curious at how it would be. Let me tell you, all the negative points that were mentioned seem to be fixed. We had a great time and I'm going to go into the different points, which in hindsight seem laughable and way off: - the staff was very friendly - there were no rules/fines for not bringing drinks or food from outside. Also, they provide you with free water, so you can fill up your bottles. - the owner was very nice. Greeted us everytime, updated us about the typhoon status and asked about our plans to make sure if there's something he could do for us. Hence, he organized that we could join other guests, that were going to Apo on a daytrip, to make the one-way trip there more convenient and affordable for us. - also said owner did not eat dinner at the same time as the guests. So there's no truth (anymore?) to the story that you're not able to sit at 'his table'. - a german review mentioned that there are only 4 sun loungers to lay on. Now there are 8. - same german review mentioned that you're getting massaged on those sun loungers. We didn't have a massage, but other guests did. Don't know where, but definitely not on the sun loungers. - another german review mentioned that it's getting hot in the rooms... There's a fan on the ceiling (if you don't want to use the aircon). The resort is as well equiped to ensure a comfortable night, as no other we've stayed at (in 2 months in the Philippines). - Someone complained about the "slums" next door. First off all, I despise such a dismissive term. It's a normal fisher settling and there's no need to be afraid. If you're afraid of such 'slums', don't come to the Philippines. If you're still concerned, don't be. Now there's a security guard with a shotgun patroling in the evening and at night. - also, the karaoke, roosters and dogs are something you'll encounter pretty much anywhere. We didn't notice it nearly as much here, as we did on other places. Again, if you can't handle it, don't come to the Philippines.
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FromUS$82.00
4.2/510 Reviews
What a lovely clean well looked after resort , we stayed in a cozy bungalow ,tv air con small fridge, plenty of room , very comfortable bed , pool is big , gardens are lovely, two restaurants one for breakfast which is good but not much choice, it’s almost on the beach ,second restaurant is for lunch and dinner menu is good and food very good price is reasonable, beach area is clean and tidy , plenty of outdoors furniture in resort and on beach 🏖, water is very clean , staff are polite and very helpful, it takes about forty minutes on bus from main bus station , then 5/10 minute walk , there’s no diveing from the resort at the moment but plenty near , sunset is amazing every night on beach 🏝
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FromUS$56.00
5/55 Reviews
Fantastic small hotel - great friendly helpful staff. Excellent food and perfect location right on the beach. Was very quiet the week we were there - a short walk down the beach from the kite spot with (K)ite (I)n (N)egros. Clean and tidy, good price, good food, comfy beds, nice pool and room cleaned each day - no complaints. Was there for the kiting so didn’t visit specifically for diving but Ram sorted me out with a quick check dive off the beach right from the hotel. Professional outfit - would recommend. Not much going on in Zamboanguita tourist wise, but hey, what more do you need when there’s diving, kiting, food and a quiet beach right on your doorstep.
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FromUS$67.00
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