The place was just ok. The beach was ok. The rooms were ok. The food was ok. The staff were better. I just dont like that people can just walk in and out the resort. Security wasn't very tight. For its price, this place is ok.
I don't recommend checking in to this inn. We checked-in in this inn for a few hours only because they intentionally cut our water supply. Before we checked in the water was running good but right after we hit the beach, and ready for washing out, the water suddenly was not running anymore.
Me and my cousins decided to stay here because it is perfect if youre looking for a peaceful place where its far from the noise produced by the shore of Alona Beach. We wanted different where we can relax and chill by the sea. They have a small restaurant where they serve variety of food and buko juice in a buko shell. The place is already complete with what we need and we enjoyed our stay there even though it was raining very hard.
I never had a decent sleep in the 2 nights we spent here. We were placed in the room next to the kitchen so the stench of uncooked seafood seeps through the door. Cats were chasing god knows what at the roof creating such a ruckus at the wee hours of the morning making it impossible to get continous sleep. You could hear everything from inside the room! From the staff gossiping to the snores of the people at the beach. The beach front is dirty and more of a port than a beach you could swim in. Their staff members are nice and food was ok, but just book in Panglao if you dont have to be in Doljo. There are better options there.
Muro ami had very friendly accommodating staff, making this place tolerable. However there is nothing around it, and the restaurant is not very good, so you will need a motorbike. This side of town tried to charge us 500 pesos a day to rent a motorbike which I think is insane. Yet, they get away with it because there's no competition around. So, if you want a beautiful private beach with ok rooms, stay here. If not, I would rather recommend you stay closer to panglao, where more is happening.
I spent 3 nights at this hotel & I enjoyed my stay there. The location is on the beach which is quiet & good for walking & with plenty of wild sea creatures, the sea is different shades of blue. It is also located in a little village with some pleasant happy kids running about & it's a real environment. My room was basic but it was situated in the restaurant & next to the reception which I found different & kind of cosy even though it is outside. Alona Beach is only about a 20 minute tricycle ride away & Tagbilaran City about 30 minutes. The food wasn't up to much so I don't recommend it for eating but I've got nice memories of my short stay here.
It has been a while since my last visit to this tropical paradise during the start of the year. But I can't help reminisce from time to time the beauty that God has bestowed on my parents' birthplace. We stayed at the Muru-ami Resort in Brgy. Doljo, just 2 kilometers away from their earthquake-spared Church and along white-sand beaches that Panglao is well known for. Since it was the feast of the Sto. Nino, our kind-hearted host allowed us to join her in the fluvial parade. It was an awesome experience to savor the clean sea breeze while riding Muru-ami's motorized bangka, which later rerouted to Balicasag Island. There, in this marine island sanctuary, we were literally welcomed by sea turtles while anchoring a few meters from the island's beachfront. Again, I wondered then how lucky the local residents are to be just there and very much blest to be able to frequent this nature's gift at their leisure and without having to take a plane and coming all the way from distant Manila. Very true indeed is the saying that the best things in life are free...Philippines has Bohol as one of her precious gems..hope that we treasure it and also promote it to the rest of the world..God bless the Philippines!…
For those who love uncrowded beaches, Muro-Ami is the top. You can enjoy long quiet walks without being disturbed by anybody. The view is superb. You can walk for 2 hours and admire beautiful area with rocks and palm trees.
I don't like to be mean but I want to be honest.I can understand there was typhoon before we arrive in bohol but to feed us the rest and just reheated and pay the same price was ridiculous,The food was horrible the fried fish hard seems it was been reheated many times, the shrimps and the shellfish was smelly.. We were hungry and we wanted food not rubbish, The service was really the worst service of all time, at the end we left without eating the food but we paid without complain.My friend as well experience the same fate when she was there for 3 days, Avoid their restaurant if you have a choice.
I stayed in this resort only one night because I didn't like the "standard room".This room is cheap (1000 pesos) but small and the bathroom is very small! It's almost impossible to have a shower there. Further more, the room's door leads to the restaurant, so every time you open the door, you see people eating, staring at you! And it's quite noisy till 10 pm, when the restaurant close. Positive; the wi fi is located at the restaurant, so the signal is excellent. Plumbing and electricity work fine. Air conditioning, cable TV, hot shower, towels and double bed, all OK. The best point of this hotel is the cheap and decent restaurant and the beach (only 20 mettre away).You can find 3 more restaurants in the area but one is very expensive and the other two are Korean. …