Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Danao, Palms Cove Bohol is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants, Palms Cove Bohol makes it easy to enjoy the best of Danao.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a kitchenette and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge, room service, and a sun terrace while staying at Palms Cove Bohol. In addition, Palms Cove Bohol offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Danao trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you are looking for a good Italian restaurant, you may want to check out Pizza, Amore e Fantasia! while staying at Palms Cove Bohol.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Palms Cove Bohol is sure to make your visit to Danao one worth remembering.
The hotel is nice and in a good location but the customer service was terrible. There was no hot water the first night and then no water for an hour the following day. They organised us a “tour” to the chocolate hills and charged us 4000 pesos. The driver had a card in his car that said it was 2500 pesos. We disputed this with the hotel and they said the 1500 extra was a “hotel fee” ie a 50% fee. There was also no guide included in the tour. Very, very disappointing. I would not advise staying here.
We had such a great stay at Palms Cove Resort. Everyone was super friendly and we felt like home. The rooms are clean and nice. The food at the restaurant is really yummy. I can only recommend this beautiful place 😊😊
We stayed in their villa for a week. There was a nice kitchen area and seating area which gave us plenty of room. It was difficult to use the kitchen much because of all the ants that would show up, but that was anywhere. Just had to make sure you didn’t leave anything out with a smell. The bathrooms were set up into two rooms which was interesting. One had a sink and a toilet and the other had a bath, a shower and a sink, but no toilet. The bedroom was nice. Big enough for two doubles and two singles. They brought in another bed for one of our children. We were made to pay an extra fee ($517usd for 6 nights) on top of the $123 a night payment, so I was glad that it included another bed. When I booked the room it actually said two king beds that would have worked just fine for two adults and two kids, but that wasn’t what we received and there was no way that two kings would have fit in the room. One of the normal doubles had a pretty bad dip in the bed in the lower back area, almost like the bed was starting to break down in that area only, but I traded beds with my husband as I was lighter and could sleep around it and it all worked out. It is Japanese run and seemed to cater to the Japanese. It was nicely decorated in a Japanese style. The cleaning crew was amazing and did a perfect job. The place was always nice when we came back from diving. The food at the restaurant was average and included most of the same things that the local businesses offered except with their own flare. I really wasn’t a fan of the food there. They had an American breakfast, rice porridge or a club breakfast sandwich with egg and ham and veggies in it available for the free breakfast. I’m a vegetarian that doesn’t eat processed carbs like bread and pastas so breakfasts didn’t really work for me. The do charge for shuttle service. It was 600 pesos for a ride if you had three but it went up to 1000 for four, which was kind of crazy because they brought the same small vehicle, we just had to smash everything in. We opted to get our own ride back to the airport and were only charged 600 pesos. All in all, they it was a nice place to stay, very attentive, always opening the gate for us, saying hello and trying to be helpful. We did feel a little out of our element because we were not Japanese and seemed to be the only ones that were not, but it didn’t seem to bother them so we didn’t let it bother us. …
Hotel is really good, located 5 min away from Alona Beach and all restaurant ( I recommend Dumaluan beach though - 5 km away) but you can book tours, get something from a convenience shop or go out for a drink in the evening and everything is within a walking distance. They give free lift to Alona Beach by tricycle up-till 20.30. Rooms are clean and alright generally (not very posh but alright) they provide beach towels and pareos (they are changed everyday for fresh) swimming pool area is lovely you can really rest in there. You can get a massage as well it’s cheaper than on the beach and lady will come to your room. Food is really good and the best we had in Bohol. Portions are generous. I liked Caesar salad especially. Just breakfasts were basics, nothing special but OK Finally staff, staff is amazing and very helpful. When one of us stepped on a sea urchin they gave us vinegar and basin to soak feet in there. When we had sunburn they cut fresh aloe Vera leafs for us. Generally I really recommend this place and I’m happy we stayed here …
The staff at this hotel are great: really helpful and friendly, arranging tours, transfers and making food with smiles on their faces. And the food I had was fantastic: the caprese salad especially was amazing. It's clearly been re-modelled recently: the pool and surrounding area are quite serene and thoughtfully done. However, the rooms are clearly a bit older and the mattresses nowhere near thick enough for the hard-wood beds underneath.
I would recommend this resort for tourists that actually want a quiet place to stay after a long day of tour. The resort is not directly located to the are where most of the other resorts and establishments are, reason it's very calming and quiet at night. If you don't want to hear the party crowd and just would like to shut those eyes off, this resort fits you! Staff are great and very welcoming. They also managed to accommodate our requests such as a short trip to the town proper area, as well as give us a ride to the next resort we stayed in. I find the breakfast here quite good as normally you don't get good food for breakfast in resorts. I guess it's because they don't bulk prepare the food that makes the food just better. I guess what I hope that gets improved is the pathway to the resort. Palms Cove is a 5 minute walk to Alona Beach where the road going there is a bit of a rocky, humpy, muddy path. There were also no post lamps in some areas of the path, so it's a bit scary to walk down there late night even if you have security and patrols nearby.…
I stated for 3 nights at PALMS COVE RESORT. Was so happy with this place. I booked 1 night to allow me to inspect; when I arrived instantly booked 2 more nights. Easy 5 minute walk to dive shops (along a dirt road) or the staff have a cart to take you anywhere nearby. Love the breakfast each morning and a relaxing swim in their new pool. The staff was friendly and efficient and great fun they accommodated a late checkout on my last night. Rooms were simple but clean and had hot water, fridge, water kettle and comfortable beds. It was fairly priced. My stat was during a period where Alona beach was having sporadic power outages so glad they had a backup generator! I had the place to myself a couple nights!
Staff treated us like royalty. Hotel is quiet, only 8 rooms. Beautiful pool and gardens. Beach is a short walk away and the hotel provides a free shuttle. Highly recommend. Lots to do in the surrounding area. Did a firefly kayak tour which is one of a kind!
Really disappointed at first, on an unpaved road and weak internet, quite small property. I didn't pay attention to there not being a TV (though it's stated). We had asked for a large double bed, but got two twin beds pushed together. The staff here are very good though, and did their best to help us always with any problem. For the last two nights of our stay gave a nice upgrade. Breakfast always a pleasant experience. Five minute walk to Alona beach, but we preferred Dumaluan beach--much larger and less touristy.
Stayed for 6 nights, 6 days for OWC on Alona beach. It's about 5-8mins walk. The walk is alittle hidden path and I felt safe with my mobile flash light at night. Owner: Japanese and alot of other guests were Japanese. Room: clean, 95% like pictures. Bathroom can be better with cleaning job on the tiled floor. Sheets and towels smells great and no stains. Food: very slow service. It takes them 20 mins for hard boiled eggs and coffee. I mostly have my breakfast at hotel only due to rushing for course. Food quality is good. Last lunch had their special sandwich for lunch and it was a huge sandwich and tasted good with ciabatta bread. Staff: couple of them are fantastic: Albert is a great staff there to show me how to get to beach and when I asked about public transport, he was very informative like an international hotel concierge rather than pushing hotel transport like the other staffs. Joel (might be incorrect) also great. I did not have to repeat myself twice and she got all my requests right. She was a great helped for my late check-out and driver to airport as well.…