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Kahanamoku Bed and Breakfast

Barangay Zabali Cemento Beach, Baler, Luzon 3200 Philippines
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#5 of 93 Specialty lodging in Baler
A secluded accommodation on the foot of a hill and across the street from an internationally known surf spot in the Philippines - "Cobra Reef." Our Suites are cozy yet stylish and furnished with all the essentials to a great weekend escape. All our suites were put together with a keen eye for detail to appeal to your epicurean taste buds yet a feel not far away from home. It has its own toilet and bath with hot rain shower. All rooms have a private balcony with a view of the sea(for Premier) and the lush mountainside. It is strategically located near Baler’s famous tourists attractions. Not too far from the hustle and bustle of Sabang Beach (9 kms/ 15 minute drive), Kahanamoku boasts of a more private and tailor-fit Baler experience. We are walking distance from the Baler Fish Port and across the street from a world class surf spot that hides behind a magical walk through a mangrove sanctuary. A handful of white sandy beaches and breathtaking sites just a few minute drive from us.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Yoga classes
Free breakfast
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Conference facilities
Yoga room
Fitness classes
Coffee shop
Breakfast available
Banquet room
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Sun umbrellas
24-hour check-in
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Clothes rack
Private bathrooms
Tile / marble floor
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
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Room types
Mountain view
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Filipino
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inancba wrote a review Apr 2018
Manila, Philippines8 contributions30 helpful votes
We spent 2 night in Kahanamoku during our surfing trip in Apr’18. Very happy that we chose this spot. High quality and well maintained rooms, clean all around, good toilet/shower with hot water. Great location for all attractions. Will definitely stay here next year.
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Date of stay: April 2018
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Maria Isabel L wrote a review Feb 2018
Sebastopol, California430 contributions110 helpful votes
This surfing paradise had this bed and breakfast for more than 2 years now but the place looked very new! Clean, spotless peaceful boutique hotel in the heart of the surfing community. Atmosphere is Zen with Balinese influences. Stayed at the 2nd floor suite with balcony.Hot water with organic body wash and shampoo. And water quality by the beach are normally salty and hard. Not in this hotel. Breakfast set meal is included. No pool but who needs that when you are across the beach. View deck on 2nd floor is great for yoga. Place is peaceful. Staff is soo friendly and warm and always happy to serve. There is a flat screen tv but cable is not ready yet. Price friendly - mini suites have pull out beds to accommodate a 3rd person. I would come back here for sure. There can be
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Date of stay: February 2018
Linda C wrote a review Jan 2018
London, United Kingdom16 contributions7 helpful votes
We started our Philippines journey in Baler and my boyfriend had booked 3 nights at Kahanamoku. We arrived late in the night after a 4 hour drive from the province, we were greeted by fairy lights and coconut trees in the dark, it looked amazing even in the night. Ate Carol checked us into our room and took great care of us throughout the stay. The next morning we had a light breakfast, as I am gluten intolerant they arranged for potato hash browns and fruit for me every morning! As we were having our breakfast the owner came up and introduced himself, his name is Jessal! Him and his family is running this place and he is such an amazing person. He took the time to ask about us and where we are from and about our holiday and he just made you feel so welcome! Jessal proceeded
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Date of stay: December 2017
tabachois wrote a review Jan 2018
Quezon City, Philippines1 contribution
I recently traveled to Baler with my husband and 5-yr-old son and the 6-hour drive was so worth it. Kahanamoku Bed & Breakfast did not disappoint. It was relatively far from the famous Sabang beach where all the surfing action happens but if you're a freak for privacy, silence and relaxation, then Kahanamoku is the right place for you. We stayed in one of their premier rooms and it was just perfect for the three of us. I loved the layout of their different rooms and I also appreciated the quality of their furniture and other fixtures. Service-wise, the owner and staff were very commendable. I really loved the personal touch in their service and how they made sure that we are comfortable and have everything we need. Special mention to Carol, our all-around go-to person during
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Date of stay: January 2018
Anna wrote a review Nov 2017
1 contribution
Purchased vouchers from Deal Grocer and stayed for 2 nights (Nov 18-20). Location-wise, it’s the good kind of secluded. Perfect for those who want to relax without being too far from the main beach (Sabang Beach). Even though we arrived early at 6AM, we were already accommodated and brought to our room (a big plus since we needed to rest from a 5 hour travel from Manila) - note though that they charge for early check-in at Php 100/hour. They also asked if we would want to have breakfast (which we did - also paid for this at Php 160/pax). Food was kinda limited but it’s okay since you’ll be eating a lot while in Baler. Overall, the stay was excellent and we’ll definitely come back soon.
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Date of stay: November 2017
MissAM12 wrote a review Nov 2017
Manila, Philippines50 contributions39 helpful votes
A good friend was kind & generous enough to tell us about her experience at Kahanamoku and take us with her on her second trip. After staying at this quaint B&B, I completely understand why she was raving about this place. It’s off the Sabang strip which is fantastic because it is devoid of the crowd. While it’s about 10-15 minutes away from the town proper, we didn’t mind the short trip to the town to grab lunch or dinner because the view during the drive’s fantastic. Make sure to roll your windows down to enjoy the clean and fresh breeze from Cemento beach. The location’s quite strategic, I must say, as it is near Cemento and Diguisit beach which are both less crowded while Dinadiawan is about 90-120 minutes away. We are huge fans of less crowded beaches and we thoroughly
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Date of stay: November 2017
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Nicky M wrote a review Nov 2017
6 contributions2 helpful votes
My family and I had a great time first time in Baler and huge part of that was cause of the great stay we had in Kahanamoku, We arrived really early morning of Nov 13 and I assume the owner, Jessal, was the one who assisted and welcomed us. We had to wait a bit as our rooms were being prepared, but completely understandable since we were there at 6am. The rooms exceeded my expectations and definitely above average for a B&B. Sheets, pillows, and bed were comfy, towels are nice, bathroom is spacious, a bidet is available, and the Premier Suite even had a mini balcony. My only two complaints was that the shower in the 2nd floor (where I stayed) was very weak as compared to the ones in the G/F and that the said room type still had no cable despite having a TV installed. Other than
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Date of stay: November 2017
hujanK8 wrote a review Oct 2017
Sanur, Indonesia17 contributions
Staying at Kahanamoku bed and breakfast was an absolutely sensational experience. Set in the blissful surrounds of mountain, jungle and ocean, Kahanamoku is the perfect place to stay if you want to get away from it all. The rooms are amazing. Much thought was put into the small details of decor. You can see that a lot of inspiration and decorative pieces came from the couple's surf travels. Organic soap and shampoo is provided. And the bed, pillows and duvet is to die for! If you're not into yoga... you will be once you experience the yoga deck with the amazing mountain jungle back drop. Your sun salutation will never be the same, as you rise and inhale the fresh mangrove and Pacific Ocean air. Breakfast is included with your accommodation and it is a culinary delight! The
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Date of stay: October 2017
briggs b wrote a review Oct 2017
2 contributions14 helpful votes
Had a terrible time at Surf House Baler (see previous review) and made a quick call to this place. Mrs. Ramos, the owner, promptly answered the phone and accommodated my request to check in at 10am. When we got there, she made sure our room was ready and offered breakfast. They didn't make us wait til noon, which ia typical in the P.I. The room was clean. Simple. Had everything one would need for a trip like this. Tastefully designed. Jessal rents out his motorcycles - I missed out on renting one but will probably do it the next time I'm here. Fantastic service over all. Will i come back? Yep. Would I recommend this place? Absolutely.
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Date of stay: February 2017
US$43 - US$45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
PhilippinesLuzonCentral Luzon RegionAurora ProvinceBaler
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