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Top 10 Hotels in Palawan

Fersal Hotel Puerto Princesa
3 out of 5
Rizal Avenue Ext. Brgy. Bancao-Bancao, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
SG$55
per night
Feb 29 - Mar 1
4.3/5Excellent! (230 reviews)

"Very good location. Staff was friendly, buffet breakfast was decent and our room was decent with 4 single beds. Hot water in the shower is a plus."…"

Reviewed on 18 Feb,2020

Fersal Hotel Puerto Princesa
Bacau Bay Resort Coron
4 out of 5
Governor's Drive, Sitio Jolo, Poblacion 5, Coron, Palawan
SG$204
per night
Mar 8 - Mar 9
4.7/5Exceptional! (34 reviews)

"The room was very nice and clean with great AC. The staff were very helpful, polite and accommodating. There is a motorbike rental across the street, which was great to get around town with. Its a short ride into Coron Town Proper. The hotel leaves a sweet treat each day when the beds are remade. ..."…"

Reviewed on 21 Feb,2020

Bacau Bay Resort Coron
Cadlao Resort & Restaurant
3 out of 5
Caalan, Barangay Masagana, El Nido, Palawan
SG$230
per night
Mar 23 - Mar 24
4.3/5Excellent! (374 reviews)

"Nice and clean property! However, not easily accessible from El Nido beach. Lots of mosquitoes, no wifi in rooms, infinity pool not really available for swimming make it a so-so place to stay. Staff is very helpful and friendly. They have one restaurant on the property which is nice!"…"

Reviewed on 6 Dec,2019

Cadlao Resort & Restaurant
Seda Lio
5 out of 5
Lio Tourism Estate, Villa Libertad, El Nido, Mimaropa
SG$334
per night
Mar 15 - Mar 16
4.4/5Excellent! (147 reviews)

"Location is excellent with great beach and pool. Everything very well maintained. The breakfast was good selection however service for breakfast could have been better, it is par for most south Asian areas. The room spacious, comfortable, clean, and even have staff that brings around after dinner ..."…"

Reviewed on 14 Dec,2019

Seda Lio
Hue Hotels and Resorts Puerto Princesa Managed by HII
4 out of 5
Puerto Princesa North Road KM 3, Brgy. San Manuel, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
SG$92
per night
Mar 22 - Mar 23
4.4/5Excellent! (149 reviews)

"staff were exceptionally nice and attentive comfortable room , well equipped"…"

Reviewed on 19 Feb,2020

Hue Hotels and Resorts Puerto Princesa Managed by HII
Dos Palmas Island Resort & Spa
4 out of 5
89 Lacao St., Puerto Princesa, Palawan
SG$168
per night
Feb 25 - Feb 26
4.4/5Excellent! (233 reviews)

"Stayed here for 3 nights 4 days and My husband and I had a great time. Although, I wouldn’t stay here longer than that. There’s no planned activities during the day and we kinda got bored on the 3rd day. It’s about an hour boat ride from the main land so you need to pretty much eat and chill on the ..."…"

Reviewed on 28 Jan,2020

Dos Palmas Island Resort & Spa
One El Nido Suite
SG$74
per night
Mar 6 - Mar 7
4/5Very Good! (279 reviews)

"This property is very clean and nice. The room is very roomy. The only down size of this place is 10 mins walk from the actual town centre. Otherwise this place is great."…"

Reviewed on 19 Feb,2020

One El Nido Suite
Costa Palawan Resort
3 out of 5
Libis Road cor. Hagedorn Road, San Pedro, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
SG$79
per night
Feb 29 - Mar 1
4.1/5Very Good! (101 reviews)

"The free young coconuts around the area which the staff offered us and the food, the swimming pool and the whole area was all clean and got friendly and very respectful staff"…"

Reviewed on 16 Feb,2020

Costa Palawan Resort
Coron Soleil Garden Resort
SG$159
per night
Feb 28 - Feb 29
4.5/5Wonderful! (70 reviews)

"Staff were friendly and helpful. Place is clean. Room is nice. Breakfast is simple, yet delicious. The only downside is the water pressure- too low especially when using the overhead shower. Aside Fr that , would definitely come back."…"

Reviewed on 8 Jan,2020

Coron Soleil Garden Resort
Cauayan Island Resort
SG$610
per night
Feb 29 - Mar 1
4.6/5Exceptional! (117 reviews)

"Exclusive and secluded,perfect serenity to enjoy peaceful retreat from everyday life"…"

Reviewed on 21 Feb,2020

Cauayan Island Resort
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About Palawan

The long and skinny island of Palawan is the biggest province in the Philippines when it comes to land area. Palawan is often known as the last frontier of this country full of islands because this province is situated west of the rest of the nation. Palawan has become one of the leading Philippines eco-tourism destinations because of stunning natural landmarks like the Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park and the Tabon Caves.

Another Palawan attraction well known for its impressive length is the 14-kilometre long beach near San Vicente, a community situated on the island's northwest edge. This cream coloured beach is up to 80m wide and ranks close to the better known Boracay on the list of the most beautiful beaches in the Philippines.

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Even Palawan's capital and most populous city, Puerto Princesa, is considered the country's greenest and cleanest city. Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is named after its eight-kilometre long underground river, the longest of its kind in the world. Visitors can explore the impressive caves along this winding river aboard a small pump boat whose departure point is Sabang Beach.

Quezon's Tabon Caves are most famous as the place where the 22,000 year old skull cap of the Tabon Man was discovered, but this historic site also contains dozens of rugged cliffs and caves waiting to be explored. El Nido, on Palawan's northern tip, is a lively party spot surrounded by lovely lagoons, beaches, and limestone cliffs.

Restaurants and Bars

Many Palawan restaurants in the island's capital, Puerto Princesa, serve dishes from around the world. Tamilok, Palawan's best known signature food, is a mollusk which is shaped like a worm, tastes similar to an oyster, and is served raw and dipped in vinegar. Other Palawan dishes include deep fried pig trotters called pata, a mutton meal named kaldereta, and the perennially popular lechón suckling pig. Vietnamese noodles called chao long are served at several Palawan noodle houses.

Shopping

The Tourism Association of Souvenir Shops is the easiest place to purchase handicrafts made by Palawan residents. Rattan floor mats, bags made from tree bark, carved animals, wooden jars, fish baskets, and rice baskets known as tingkop are some of the most popular souvenirs. Large shopping centres are outnumbered by smaller clothing boutiques and pearl jewellery shops in Palawan.

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