Two Seasons Coron Island Resort and Spa
About the Two Seasons Coron Island Resort and Spa
One hundred percent self-sustaining, Two Seasons in Coron has the distinction of being the first eco-friendly luxury resort in Palawan. It boasts of two 200-meter white sand beaches on its east and west sides, a sandbar that connects to an islet, and a lush environment that serves as a home to many types of marine life.
The resort also offers a slew of activities for guests, including island tours and diving. With bungalow-type accommodations with direct access to the beach and surrounded by views of the bountiful gardens, you will be treated to sunrise and sunset views that will have looking forward to your time here!
Two Seasons Coron Island Resort & Spa is a 5-star eco-friendly accommodation, a haven in the middle ground of fine luxury and raw nature. This island resort is 100% self-sustaining and understands the important role in protecting our environment and built facilities to maintain an eco-friendly operation while providing utmost comfort to the guests. It boasts perfect house reef, sandbar connecting to an islet, lush tropical gardens, beautiful 200-meter white sand beach with mangroves. Facilities and accommodation in the island are distinctly a Filipino contemporary tropical design.
Two Seasons Coron Island Resort and Spa promotes quiet spaces for relaxation for an idea of paradise with the warmth of Filipino hospitality.
Two Seasons Coron Island Resort and Spa, offers a selection of six bungalow-style accommodations with easy access to the beach and the island’s lush tropical gardens. Bungalows have high ceilings, with the warmth of modern Filipino tropical style and design, each room provides a sanctuary for the most comfortable stay. As part of our initiative to be a 100% self-sustaining and environment-friendly resort, solar-powered water heaters are installed in each of our Palawan bungalow accommodations.
Dining in the Resort’s Sulu Restaurant and Bahura Bar is an island adventure on its own. Sulu restaurant serves world-class modern and continental cuisine that serves fresh seafood feast while you can enjoy the amazing view of the sea and surrounding island. If you want to enjoy cocktails while enjoying the sunset, Bahura Bar is an ideal setting for great music, flavor and design, perfect for relaxation and dining at the same time.
Coron is famed for its beautiful beaches and white-sand islands, that is why Two Season’s Coron will offer a selection off relaxation and activities under the sun. Among the indoor activities are board games, DVD Library, game rooms, gymnasium and etc. For the outdoor lovers, we have water sports activities which are wake-boarding, water-skiing, snorkeling, kayaking, sports fishing and even a HydroBob which is designed to allow non-divers the opportunity to enjoy the full experience of life underwater.
Spa and Relaxation
Two Season’s Coron offers a sanctuary and a retreat to nurture your mind, body and soul. Narra Spa, located on the hilltop with a breathtaking ocean view surrounded by the enchanting mangrove forest, offers an extensive menu of therapeutic body treatments with a selection of Asian, Cosmopolitan and Polynesian body treatments. As it’s called, Narra Spa is incorporated with Narra furniture and indigenous artisan furnishing. The spa includes bathtubs, Jacuzzi, hilltop yoga and a meditation deck. This luxury spa defines Palawan’s abundant ecosystem.
About the Establishment
Two Seasons Coron Island Resort & Spa, a 5-star eco-friendly accommodation just a scenic boat ride from Coron Town, is located on the beautiful Malaroyroy Peninsula in Bulalacao Island, Coron, Palawan, Philippines. Presenting a haven in the middle ground of fine luxury and raw nature, Two Seasons Coron is also a turtle and giant clam sanctuary, and known as the first eco-friendly luxury island resort in Coron. Among the myriad things to look forward to is a sandbar connecting to an islet, a vibrant house reef, lush tropical gardens, a 200-meter west-side beach, and another 200-meter east-side beach with mangroves.