This is a delightful resort with a large garden and pool area. It is quiet, friendly, and close to town. This hotel is a great place to relax and to use as a home base for your tour schedule. It is close to town but doesn’t feel like it is in the noisy town. Positives: The large garden and beautiful pools are relaxing and fun. There are many hammocks and chairs for relaxing. The breakfast is delicious, with good brewed coffee and decent selection. The omelets and fresh-baked bread are a great start to the day There is also a McDonald’s just a block away. The rooms are clean and have porches or balconies for enjoying the garden and beautiful paintings on entire walls. The Type 4 VIP Room is large and has 1 queen, 1double and 1 twin. Very nice space for a family to relax in and play card games. Many rooms have Aircon and some are fan rooms. Needs Improvement: Housekeeping - We stayed 6 nights and the room was only cleaned twice. The 2nd time we requested the room to be made up. For the kids, the mattresses were fine. For the adults in their 40s, the mattresses were hard because they are not real mattresses but are the thick foam pads. We would stay here again and recommend it for all types of travelers. There are many international travelers here and also Filipino guests. The hotel is close to town: 15 minute walk. Or, about a 20 peso/pax tryke ride. Calamian tours picked us up and dropped us off at our hotel. Very convenient. The hotel staff keep track of their arrival and come get you in your room if you’re not in the common area.…
This slightly out of town resort has nice gardens and pool with rooms arranged around this central area. It is a German/Filipino partnership, with the staff being very friendly, although communication was sometimes a little difficult. The rooms vary quite a lot, from a spacious triple to a bizarrely themed princess palace bungalow. Food was good, although some of the menu seemed to be unavailable whilst we were there. It was nice to be out of town, and it was easy to get in with a trike being only 15 pesos per person each way
The staff were very helpful for the information that we need. The Garden room itself is fine, but a bit small for two. Drinking Water is provided in the lobby, so you have to have a bottle to get it. The only bad thing is Coron is that everything has to be paid by cash, so make sure that you have enough cash with you!! It was generally a nice place to stay.
Myself and my friends (we were a group of 11) were on a flight that got cancelled. this meant we had to find a place to stay for the night. Thankfully Kokosnuss had rooms for us. Super lovely accommodating staff and a perfect fit for our needs for the night.
Honestly location great, even the hotel itself it’s not the worse but there is something which ruin everything. The main lady from the reception it’s really not the best host . Her attitude doesn’t fit to the hospitality. Obviously wifi bad, food not the best but mattress was great 👍 and the balcony was cool. Oh be ready to pay the deposit when you arrive and also there is no gym as they are saying in the hotel. Gym is not far away, maybe 200m away and you need to pay something. It’s not much, just the information on the website it’s not really true. I wouldn’t go there again but we all have different experience