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Balintawak Stree, Mambajao, Mindanao Philippines
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Reyjhon wrote a review Aug 2018
Surigao del Norte Province, Philippines134 contributions24 helpful votes
Me and my two friends stayed here for 2 days and 1 night. I contacted the management via phone number given in their facebook page. Gladly the management responded in a matter of minutes after i sent the message and then called me settle everything. Well i appreciate the management immediate response to my inquiry because most of the time, as i have experienced, other managers don't take time to call me. She also offered me a pickup Van from Benoni Port to the Resort for my convenience and to avoid scammers at the port. But I didn't took the offer because i still wasn't sure what exact time we will arrive at the port. The place is located near the beach, perfect location to watch the sunset. It would be best to bring your own service car if you're traveling with your family or group of friends for the resort have large space to occupy your vehicle, and having your own vehicle also is a plus advantage when you're saving for tours. Unlike some of the comments about the far location of this resort to most of the tourist destinations in Camiguin, well it's just so stupid to think about it because even if you're in Paras Beach Resort which is near to white island, you still have to ride the same distance to any of the other tourist destinations. Get a Google map! When we arrived at the resort at 7am, there where no boarders except from us. It makes me wander that maybe the resort is a bad deal until I talked with their staff and showed us our room. There cottages near the beach is worth Php 1700 good for 5pax and with aircon, that's 24hr. But we pick the room in the in with is worth Php1000 for 5pax and with aircon also. That is php200/day/person if you're with your friends and family right? So cheap compared to other resorts we contacted. And there room are well maintained clean and odorless. The room is big and has a separate cr and batroom inside. The inn has a lot of flowers. What I felt when i was there is like a feeling when you stay at the comport of your grandmother's house. Yes, it's like an ancestral house that's well maintained clean. They also offered foods as it is a restaurant as well, but we haven't experienced the eating because most of the time we are outside of the resort having island tour. So this place is perfect for family and friends having time together exploring the island of camiguin in less budget yet win service. I should have given 5star for this resort, only that I only stayed here for 2 days and 1night and haven't experienced there cottages and restaurants. I know this place has still too much to offer, and i really hope to be back.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled with friends
nlgnavarro wrote a review May 2017
Polomolok, Philippines1 contribution
We had spent 3 nights and the first night was awful in cottage number 7 since there were a LOT of mosquitoes. We sprayed Baygon and when the mosquitoes are out, there replaced a LOT of big red ants. We were afraid that they might bite since they were everywhere! The place is nice if properly maintained.
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Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Traveled on business
JackHammonds wrote a review Mar 2016
Dallas, Texas15 contributions155 helpful votes
great view of the ocean but no beach. only rocks. bungalows are old and not well maintained. the ants and the roaches very aggressive but well fed. the restaurant not even worth mentioning. staff friendly and competent though.
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Date of stay: March 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: do not make noise when sitting on the toilet. the ants get agitated and will bite you in the a*s....
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jepjep wrote a review Dec 2015
Iligan, Philippines125 contributions31 helpful votes
It's an old place - made of wood like an ancestral house. Very tranquil and surrounded by trees. Far from the tourist spots of Camiguin. Facilities are showing its age. Has wifi though. They serve short orders but food is meh and very overpriced
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Date of stay: November 2015
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Trip type: Traveled with friends
WanderlostPH wrote a review Aug 2015
15 contributions24 helpful votes
Stayed here for 4 days. Since it wasn't peak season, I got the place all to myself most of the time. The cottages are nice, just enough for the backpacker that I am. I stayed in a room with two single beds, a small tv, and a shower (cold water only). There's no wifi so make sure to load up if you need internet connection. The cottages are positioned in a U-Shape so there's a big open grassy area at the center. There are several trees as well. The cottage I got was directly across the beach front and there was sort of a dock stretching out of the shore. The sand is coarse; and the sea bed is composed of rocks, not entirely sand. The place is quiet and perfect for some alone time. The staff serves meals from breakfast to dinner and they can deliver the food to your room (with room charge, of course). There's a telephone inside the room so you can just phone them your orders (advanced orders are also allowed). The receptionist doesn't always stay at the lobby so be sure to give them a ring first. But they're nice and always ready to give you what you need. The resort is situated a bit far from the city proper and the road isn't well lit so be sure to get back before dark if you don't have anyone with you.
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Date of stay: July 2015
Trip type: Traveled on business
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cabua-An Beach Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Cabua-An Beach Resort?
Nearby attractions include White Island (7.5 km), Katibawasan Falls (4.2 km), and Ardent Hot Springs (4.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Cabua-An Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, room service, and internet access.
What food & drink options are available at Cabua-An Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Cabua-An Beach Resort?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Cabua-An Beach Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Paradiso Hillside Resort & Restaurant, La Dolce Vita, and Guerrera Restaurant.