Top 9 Most Expensive Beach Resorts In the Philippines

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Spoil Yourself This Summer By Going To These 9 Expensive Beach Resorts in PH

There’s something about being treated like royalty and pampered the right way which you can only get in the most exclusive and expensive of resorts. These nine high-end resorts offer the most stunning views, great service and delicious foods. They’re located in different parts of the Philippines, each boasting their unique ambiance and experience.

Aerial Shot of Club Paradise in Coron Palawan
Aerial Shot of Club Paradise in Coron Palawan

Club Paradise Resort Palawan

Don’t forget your camera because with its panoramic views, white sand beach, clear waters and dramatic sunsets this real-life paradise can capture the most breath-taking photos. They offer package accommodations complete with meals together with island tour and airport transfers.

Location: Dimakya Island, Coron, Northern Palawan 5316

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Contact No: 719 6971 73

Rates

  • Seascape starts at Php10110++/N (off-peak), Php12360++/N (peak) and Php14840/N (super peak) with breakfast and one-time dinner
  • Seascape Ultimate starts at Php12210++/N (off-peak), Php14460++ peak) and Php16940++/N (super peak) with breakfast and lunch and dinner
  • Seascape Relax starts at Php13210++/N (lean), Php15460++/N (peak) and Php17940++/N with breakfast, lunch and dinner and one-time massage
  • Island Escape Package starts at Php41900++ (lean), Php45800++ (peak) and Php55100++ (super peak) for 4D/3N with breakfast, lunch and dinner (Firefish Restaurant) and Diatoy Island Tour

Rooms

  • Garden View Room Php14000/N
  • Sunset Villa Php16000/N
  • Sunset Villa Deluxe Php18200/N

Most Expensive Resorts PhilippinesAlso Read: Club Paradise Resort Review

*Rates include roundtrip airport transfers for 2 and stay at Garden View Room.

***To check out other fees, you can visit their website and fb page*** (Website, Facebook)

Atmospheres Resort and Spa

Atmosphere Resorts and Spa
Atmosphere Resorts and Spa

Take PADI scuba diving lessons and swim to your heart’s content as you see corals and turtles in APO Island which is only 30 minutess away from the resort. If that’s not enough, you can also delight in their food selections from their fine dining beach-side restaurant and poolside bakery.

Location: Maayong Tubig, Dauin, 6217 Negros Oriental

Telephone Nos: +63 (0)35 400 6940/0917 700 2048/0998 960 2289

Rooms

  • Deluxe Suite Rooms (up to 3 pax) Php13000 (off-peak), Php15000 (peak)
  • Garden Apartments (up to 3 pax) Php14000 (off-peak), Php`16000 (peak)
  • Premium Suites (up to 2 pax) Php14000 (off-peak), Php16000 (peak)
  • Family Suite Rooms (up to 4 pax) Php17500 (off-peak), Php19500 (peak)
  • Penthouses (up to 5 pax) Php20000 (off-peak), Php22000 (peak)

Most Expensive Beach Resorts Philippines

*Rooms have flat-screen LCD tv, wi-fi, mini bar, eco-friendly cosmetics, rain shower, energy-reducing air-condition and solar water heater.

***To check out other fees, you can visit their website and fb page*** (Website, Facebook)

Donatela Resort Bohol

Donatela Hotel Bohol
Donatela Hotel Bohol

Donatela Resort is all about nature, extravagance and comfort. You get your private vacation while enjoying their botanical garden and horseback riding. There’s a house zoo, gym and relaxation activities for you and your friends. If that’s not enough, you can go scuba diving or arrange picnics.

Location: Km. 16 Hoyohoy Tawala, Panglao, Bohol 6340

Contact No: 0917 526 6001

Rates

  • Nature and Nurture Promo starts at Php22000 (2 pax) with 2N stay in Garden Villa, breakfast, morning pony ride, 90 minute aromatherapy massage, foot massage and roundtrip airport transfers.

Rooms

  • Garden Villa Php16800/N
  • Family Villa Php23625/N
  • Luxury Swimming Pool Villa Php28350/N
  • Honeymoon Villa Php28350/N

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Also Read: Donatela Hotel Review

***To check out other fees, you can visit their website and fb page*** (Website, Facebook)

Misibis Bay Resort

Misibis Bay Resort
Misibis Bay Resort

The resort’s restaurant stays true with the Bicol Region flavors while welcoming international influences. You can enjoy drinking at the bar or request for private dining. There’s a spa, activity center, kid’s room and pool. You can also visit the nearby Mayon Volcano or engage in water sports activities.

Location: Cagraray Island, 4509 Bacacay, Albay Province,Bicol Region, Philippines

Contact Nos. 09175991606/09214873869

 Rooms

  • Standard Pacific View Php12427/with breakfast and roundtrip airport shuttle Php17397
  • Deluxe Pacific View Php18677/with breakfast and roundtrip airport shuttle Php20647
  • Deluxe Beach Front Php20427/with breakfast and roundtrip shuttle Php22397
  • One Bedroom Beachfront Php22677/with breakfast and roundtrip airport shuttle Php24647
  • Beachfront Villa Php26427/with breakfast and roundtrip airport shuttle Php28397

Luxury Beach Resorts In the Philippines

Also Read: Misibis Bay Resort Review

***To check out other fees, you can visit their website and fb page*** (Website, Facebook)

Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort & Spa, Cebu

Shangri-La's Mactan Resort and Spa Cebu
Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa Cebu

This branch in Cebu lets you enjoy sunlight as often as you wish. The breeze is much better than in the city. There’s a fine dining restaurant at the hotel and just a short walk along the beach front lays your underwater paradise. You’ll see numerous species of fish and corals.

Location: Punta Engano Road, Lapu-Lapu, Cebu, 6015, Philippines

Contact Numbers. (63 32) 231 0288/(63 32) 231 1688

Rates

  • Main Wing Sea View Room Php14500++/N
  • Ocean Wing Php16000++
  • Family Fun Package Php16500++/N
  • Main Wing Mactan Suite Php22500++/N
  • Main Wing Veranda Suite Php33000++/N

Expensive Luxury Resorts In the Philippines

*Most rooms accommodate 2 adults and 2 children, include roundtrip airport shuttle transfers, breakfast buffet and Ocean Club Lounge.

***To check out other fees, you can visit their website and fb page*** (Website, Facebook)

Eskaya Beach Resort and Spa

Eskaya Beach Resort and Spa
Eskaya Beach Resort and Spa

Cliffs, ravines, caves and the sea, what more can you ask for? But those aren’t the only nature spectacle you’ll witness because you get to view the mountain from the higher part of the resort. Indigenous material like bamboo and cogon are used throughout the resort that you truly experience nature in the most lavish way.

Location: Barangay Tawala, Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines

Telephone Numbers. (+632) 654 6480/(+632) 656  420/0908 914 5997/0917 828-0063/(F)654 6480

Tour Rates

  • Bohol Countryside Tour starts at USD23
  • Panglao Island Tour USD84

Rooms

  • Deluxe Villa starts at USD530
  • Infinity Pool Villa starts at USD830
  • Grand Villa (Garden View) starts at 960

Expensive Hotels and Beach Resorts

***To check out other fees, you can visit their website and fb page*** (Website, Facebook)

The Island Buenavista Resort

Buenavista Island Resort in Samal
Buenavista Island Resort in Samal

The expensive resort doesn’t only boasts of pristine waters but more importantly, they stick to their advocacy which is to maintain the eco-friendly island. The island is home to Hawksbill turtle reservoir. It’s a quiet place ideal for couples or for grown-up family members.

Location: Brgy.Balet Samal, Davao, Philippines 8000

Contact Nos. +6382 299-2992 to 94 local 113/09323286003/(F)+6382 296-0135

Rates

  • Overnight Stay (10 pax) Php115000 with roundtrip transfers to/from Anamarina Resort, welcome drinks, 3 meals and 2 snacks/day, full use of facilities and rooms
  • 2N/3D (2 pax) Php27400/pax with day tour at Island Buenavista, 2N stay at Eden Nature Park and Resort and meals.
  • Package 2 2N/3D (2 pax) Php60700/pax with overnight stay at Island Buenavista and Eden Nature Park and Resort and meals
  • Package 3 3N/3D Php63300/pax with overnight stay at Island Buenavista, Eden Nature Park and Resort and Marco Polo Hotel and meals

*Rates include all ferries and transfers.

***To check out other fees, you can visit their website and fb page*** (Website, Facebook)

Sundowners Vacation Villas

Sundowners Vacation Villas
Sundowners Vacation Villas – Most Expensive Beach Resorts In the Philippines

You can find Pangasinan’s version of Santorini in the quiet town of Bolinao. The resort is looking perfect especially on a sunny day when the rays of sun hit the waters right. While you’re there, visit St. James The Great Parish Church which is a 400-yr. old church. You can also sample a Bolinao delicacy called Binungey.

Location: Luciente 1, Bolinao, Pangasinan

Contact Nos. 0977 859 7299/0927 775 9942/0998 544 807/(02) 964 5108

 Rates

  • Family Marina (up to 17 pax) Php15000 Mon-Thurs & Php18000 on weekends
  • Panoramic Villa (up to 20 pax) Php14000 Mon-Thurs & Php19000 on weekends
  • Master Villa (up to 25 pax) Php31000 Mon-Thurs & Php36000 on weekends

***To check out other fees, you can visit their website and fb page*** (Website, Facebook)

Nay Palad Hideaway Siargao

Nay Palad Hideaway Siargao
Nay Palad Hideaway Siargao

You won’t be just surfing when you stay at this resort. You can trek a tropical jungle, explore underground caves and untouched beaches, go deep-sea fishing and of course, try conquering Cloud 9 wave. The ambiance of Nay Palad offers relaxing experience together with beautiful adventures.

Location: Malinao, General Luna Siargao Island,Surigao del Norte, 8419 Philippines

Mobile Number: +63 917 701 7840

 Rates

  • Superior Garden View Villa (2 pax) Php120000/2N
  • Deluxe Ocean View Villa (2 pax) Php179200/2N

*Rates shown are from a booking website

***To check out other fees, you can visit their website and fb page*** (Website, Facebook)

If you got the bucks and time to spend with your loved ones, go to any of these expensive yet magnificent places where you can not only enjoy the resort but the nearby sights too.

Resort Rates may change without prior notice, Please visit Agoda for updated rates, hotel availability and current hotel promos.

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