Discover the most beautiful, off-the-grid resorts imaginable.
Philippines is slowly gaining momentum as one of the most affordable luxury travel destinations. Whether you are planning your honeymoon or just looking for a romantic hideaway, you will not be disappointed in the Philippines. And if you are searching for an all-inclusive luxury resort or just a private beach villa somewhere off-the-grid, this country will definitely sweep you off your feet. There is no shortage of remote islands and luxurious resorts to whisk you away to a place where you can be treated like a royalty.
With more than 7,100 islands, it offers diversity, world-class hospitality, rich natural splendors, vibrant and colorful culture, and a wide array of luxurious accommodations with exclusive offers and perks. The outstanding natural beauty of both the landscape and the underwater life rivals that of the Maldives. Here, you can also enjoy the same Maldivian luxury in some of the most exclusive Philippine resorts for a fraction of the price.
There are a good number of exclusive resorts that offer all-inclusive packages. Whether you are going to the most famous tourist places or just a remote private island, you will not have a difficult time looking for all-inclusive getaways. The difficulty lies on choosing which one best suits your preferences and expectations. This place has all the best all inclusive Philippines packages under one place, at the most competitive prices we found online. We suggest to book through there, but you can also visit the resorts mentioned below directly.
Some of the luxurious resorts that offer all-inclusive stays are:
The EL Nido Resorts (Apulit, Miniloc, Lagen, and Pangulasian): Upon arrival, guests will be treated like VIP’s with dramatic views of aquamarine waters and limestone cliffs jutting out of the Bacuit Bay. El Nido Resort guests enjoy the exclusive rights to these private islands and they can also visit other private islands owned by El Nido. All the island activities and excursions plus full-board buffet meals (except Pangulasian) are included in the room price which starts at $500 a night. If you will compare it to a Maldivian Resort with similar star rating, you will definitely pay three to five times more.
Amanpulo (Pamalican Island): This is probably one of the most exclusive and most luxurious resorts in the Philippines. This is where most local and international celebrities go and therefore the price tag is not for everyone to afford. Guests here can have their own butler or have their own chef depending on the room they book. They also are given a club car so they don’t have to call the front desk every time they want to explore around. Some packages on offer include a 3 days romantic option for couples with: 1 hour spa and massage treatment, bottle of champagne and canapes, private beach barbecue for 2, use of the floating bamboo bar for 2, serenaded sunset cruise for 2, and a la carte private dinner for 2. This package starts at $1,100 per night. Full-board meal options can be arranged but it is not automatically included. Spa treatment with massage and facial along with island excursions and island activities are usually included though.
Eskaya Beach Resort and Spa: This is the newest addition and one of the most luxurious resorts in Panglao Island. The resort offers all-inclusive packages that include: shuttle to and from the airport, welcome dinner, daily breakfast, one bottle of wine for a romantic evening, daily cocktails for couples (perfect for honeymooners), countryside tours, sunset cruise, non-motorized equipment usage, and a luxurious and pampering massage and spa. At Eskaya, you get your own private pool in a secluded location which is heaven for couples. The package for 4 days inclusive of the aforementioned will set you back only $1500.
Dedon Island (Siargao): Known now as Nay Palad, this exclusive resort offers barefoot luxury with only 10 villas on offer for utmost privacy. For rates that start at $1900 per night, this luxurious resort offers an all-inclusive getaway especially for lovers. VIP treatment is like you are the owner of the place that you can even go to the bar and mix your own drink or go to the kitchen to see what’s cooking. The room rate includes: luxurious accommodation, full-board meals, water sports especially surfing, cooking and surfing lessons and island excursions.
Misibis Bay (Cagraray Island): This 5-hectare private island resort offers exclusive rights to fancy resort facilities and beautiful and private beach. Room rates start just under $200 a night but they also offer all-inclusive packages for every one, especially couples. For $600, couples can stay at one of the premier rooms for 3 days and 2 nights. Inclusive of the rate are: full-board meals, round trip transfers, ATV tours, star-gazing and special room set-up.
Huma Island Resort and Spa: Located in the quiet and beautiful side of Palawan, this private island resort is the ultimate Maldivian feel in the Philippines. This is by far the closest to the Maldives in terms of amenities and luxurious ambiance with water villas on stilts over the water and unobstructed views of the aquamarine waters. For 3 days and 2 nights, couples can take advantage of their all-inclusive package that starts at $1400. This already includes: the Maldivian inspired water villa, full-board meals, use of non-motorized water equipment, return land and boat transfers, Wi-FI, snorkeling equipment on a daily basis, and coffee and tea facilities plus free use of the resort facilities of course.
Bellarocca Island Resort and Spa: This exclusive resort in Marinduque is a gem in itself. It gives off a Greek ambiance with its all-white architecture reminiscent of Santorini. The price starts at $500 per night (subject to change), Bellarocca offers different accommodation types from standard deluxe rooms to cliff villas ($900 per night for one-bedroom villa) complete with private Jacuzzi, garden and infinity pool. If you have a limited budget and can’t afford Santorini, Bellarocca is your best option. Full-board meals are not on offer upon booking but it can be arranged.
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