Amanpulo (‘peaceful island’) on Pamalican is part of the Philippines’ Cuyo Archipelago, located 288 kilometers south of Manila and boasting all the idyllic beauty of a tropical retreat. Fringed by white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and a coral reef, the whole island is dedicated to Amanpulo.
Elevated on the hillside or set by the beach, Amanpulo’s 42 Casitas, some with private pools, feature vaulted wooden ceilings, pebble-washed walls, coconut-shell tables and large Cebu marble bathrooms. Sliding glass doors open to large decks, and a buggy is provided for unlimited island exploration. The 18 Villas are located on the shoreline and offer one-, two- or four-bedroom pavilions set around a private pool. All villas come with a cook and housekeeper, and a number enjoy beautiful garden settings.
At the heart of the island on a gentle rise is the Clubhouse, home to the Restaurant, the Bar, a library and boutique, and a terrace overlooking the 30-metre swimming pool. A garden walkway leads from the pool to the white-sand beach. Here, the Beach Club provides light meals with a focus on fresh seafood and Mediterranean cuisine from its open-air pavilion and deck. On the island's east side, Nama at the Lagoon Club specializes in fine Japanese dining, sushi and sashimi. Pizzas cooked in traditional wood-fired ovens are served at the casual Picnic Grove.
Amanpulo’s Aman Spa is situated on a hillside and consists of a series of pavilions housing a reception area, treatment rooms and a finishing salon with beautiful sea views. The Pilates pavilion also enjoys beautiful views. The fitness pavilion houses the yoga studio, a gym, hydrotherapy suites and outdoor relaxation areas.
Additional facilities include four floodlit tennis courts, the Sea Sports Hut with a selection of water-sports equipment, the dive centre and the West Villa Clubhouse for private functions.