Our Rooms

Sea-view

2 persons per room

We have two (2) rooms with balcony facing the sea. We offer these rooms on a first-come first-served basis. (See the bottom part of the contact us page.)

Deluxe – 1 Queen-size Bed

2 persons per room

We have four (4) rooms on the same building as the sea-view rooms. Then we have another four (4) of these on a different building behind it.

Deluxe – 2 Queen-size Beds

2 to 4 persons per room

We have two (2) of these rooms on the rear building mentioned.

Family Room

2 to 4 persons per room

One (1) special room is like a little house between the building facing the sea and the building behind it. It has a spacious wooden porch. A room inside has one queen-size bed and is air-conditioned. Outside this air-conditioned room, there’s another king-size bed.

Manuela’s Beach Cabin

2 to 4 persons per room

A (1) special cottage on it’s own compound next to the resort is also managed by us. It has one queen-size bed and a single bed.

Rates?

Rates are comparable to adjacent resorts and vary by season. Contact us.


Amenities
  • All rooms have hot shower, cable television, and air conditioning.
  • WiFi signal is strongest in the kiosk near the family room.
  • Cellular signal is strong all throughout. (Globe 3G, SMART 3G, SMART LTE)
  • Tissue rolls, bath soap, clean towels.
  • Back-up electricity generator.
Rules
  • Don’t lose your room keys. If you lock yourself out, it’s alright, we have duplicate keys. But if the keys are indeed lost, we have to replace the entire door lock, and charge you for it.
  • Respect the towel. Don’t use it as a rag. Nor stain it with fresh tattoo. We have to replace it if it becomes too dirty, and charge you for it.
  • Again, HENNA is cool because it looks real but is temporary… on skin. But once it touches fabric, it’s there forever. So we replace whatever it touches, and charge you for it.
  • No deadly weapons please. No illegal drugs as well. We want no trouble.
  • We have a safety deposit vault for really valuable things. Don’t risk those in your possession. We’re not responsible for it if it gets lost while in your care.
  • Pets that do not bite, poop, or pee are fine. Otherwise, no.
  • No cooking. No cooking implements. As much as we like food, we do not like our rooms to smell like used kitchen.
  • Oh, and don’t smoke inside the rooms. There’s a smoking area in a kiosk near the source of WiFi. It’s great.
  • Check out time is technically 11:00 am, but we allow up to 12:00 noon. If you overstay inside the room after that, we’ll charge a rate for each additional hour. We understand this desire, so we advice that you instead check in again and leave the morrow 🙂 We do allow keeping your things inside the premises while waiting for departure, or chowing down.

What to expect

  • Clean rooms, clean sheets, clean towels, bath soap, clean comfort rooms, tissue rolls.
  • Hammocks, trees, and a friendly staff to tend to your needs.
  • There are plenty of places nearby where you can avail of ready-made food. Take a stroll along White Beach alley and have a food tour. Or eat your take-outs using the table and chairs we provide for each room.
  • WiFi speed is just enough to keep you connected on social networks. For video streaming, wake up early, like 3 a.m.
  • We are just far enough to be safe from the loud thumping music at the center of White Beach where parties happen. If that is your cup of tea, it’s still not too far away.
  • Local artists often perform open-air live-jamming sessions at our neighbor Coco Aroma RestoBar, specially on holidays and on weekend nights during summer. They play generally feel-good music until midnight. They do open-mic too.
  • There’s an interesting long-haired guy who sells booze and breakfast adjacent to us. Isla’t Alon is the name of the place. Take a peek and find him if he’s there and have a chat.
  • Electricity from Oriental Mindoro Electric Cooperative is available most of the time. For the times they aren’t, we wait around 15 minutes before we turn on our back-up generator. During that time, hot shower and WiFi doesn’t work. Signal from cable TV does not return with the back-up power.
  • When skies are clear, and the moon is shy, the stars are awesome. No city smog here.
  • Sunsets. Especially the March-April-May-June ones. (The sun kind of hides behind the mountain approaching December.)

For more information, contact us.