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Astoria Palawan offers luxurious amenities, curated tours

/ 02:00 AM September 22, 2018
Private sanctuary: Guests can enjoy basking in the sunken lounges of the infinity pool at The Pod, which offers majestic views of the Sulu Sea.

Private sanctuary: Guests can enjoy basking in the sunken lounges of the infinity pool at The Pod, which offers majestic views of the Sulu Sea.

Palawan is home to two Unesco World Heritage sites: the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park and Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park.

Astoria Palawan is a resort strategically located midway between the popular tourist sites in the northern and western portions of the province, but conveniently within the city of Puerto Princesa. Originally an eight-hectare mango orchard fronting the Sulu Sea, it was transformed into a tranquil escape for urbanites and travel junkies.


Guests can use the hotel as a jump-off point to tick items off their Palawan bucket list.

Explore the Underground River on the western side of the island.


Head north to El Nido for island-hopping and snorkeling in saltwater lagoons.

Hop on to the northwestern side for Astoria Palawan’s curated Port Barton Tour.

Companies planning a company outing, seminar or workshop will find everything they need in the resort.

Amenities include the luxurious beach and pool area, a bar, restaurants, comfortable and beautifully designed rooms, and the eclectic ambiance of the common areas that make the resort a perfect base for most Palawan adventures.

The Palawan Waterpark, located next door from the Astoria hotel, features giant slides, a wave pool, a lazy river ride and splash pods. Guests billeted at the resort can avail of a free one-time entrance to the waterpark during their stay.

The Port Barton Tour includes island-hopping, snorkeling and sightseeing, plus a kayak ride amid fireflies.

Astoria Palawan, Km. 62 North National Highway, Barangay San Rafael, Puerto Princesa, Palawan; tel. 6871111 or +6348-7230401; e-mail;


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