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POOL villa at Princesa Garden Island Resort and Spa

Green paradise rises in Puerto Princesa

POOL villa at Princesa Garden Island Resort and Spa

 

 

 

 

 

The paradise destination of Puerto Princesa offers a new haven of peace and adventure: Princesa Garden Island Resort and Spa, the only five-star beach-front luxury resort on this stretch of Palawan Island, located only five minutes away from the Puerto Princesa International Airport.

 

The resort brings land, sea, air, nature and culture together to make vacations, celebrations and escapades even more unforgettable.

 

Guests have 78 luxurious rooms and villas to choose from, categorized into three inspired themes. The pride of the resort are the Water Villas, the first ones ever erected in Puerto Princesa, hovering above the waters just a few meters away from the coastline.

 

The three-story Harbor Wing is a luxurious retreat for groups and families, offering a grand view of the ocean, as well as access to the hotel’s many pools, a Jacuzzi and a private garden.

 

Six Pool Villas are also available for those looking for escape, privacy and luxury. A pocket garden, private pool, a lanai with outdoor hardwood deck, among many others are made exclusively available for guests.

 

Guests can already take advantage of a variety of services and amenities: an organic leisure farm for the green thumbs; A Hilot Spa villa with shower, sauna, salon, gym and clinic; an art center and a Tagbanua cultural house;  plus seven different pools and three water slides!

 

On the water, guests can enjoy snorkeling, kayaking and other water sports activities for additional thrills. Meanwhile, a cable car can also ferry guests to the resort’s exclusive sandbar for an even more exhilarating view of the sky above and the water below.

 

In terms of food selection, Princesa Garden Island Resort and Spa offers an international buffet at Rice on the main compound; seafood Thai cuisine at the Golden Elephant Restaurant jutting above the water; or exotic cocktails at Float bar anchored in the middle of the ocean and accessible only by cable car.

 

The resort has employed ecologically sound practices, from construction to operation. Examples of these include maximizing materials found in the area to minimize carbon footprint; chlorinating swimming pools with natural sea salt; using solar panels to provide hot water; and installing wastewater treatment plant and desalination system.

 

Visit the website, www.princesagardenisland.com, for more details.