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 a islet, a vibrant house reef, lush tropical gardens, a 200-meter west-side beach, and another 200-meter east-side beach with mangroves.
Luxuries abound in its thoughtfully furnished, high-ceiling bungalow accommodations that carry a distinct contemporary Filipino tropical design. Adding more excitement to every vacation is an array of top-of-the-line recreational features, each time promising an experience for the books.
Perfect for the adventurous are the island tours and dive courses offered at the resort’s Pawikan Aqua Sports Center. You may also discover the beautiful underseas of Coron in the lap of luxury with the Molokini transparent kayaks and HydroBOB submersible scooters.
Two Seasons Coron Island Resort & Spa enchants and excites while maintaining idyllic havens and quiet spaces of relaxation to create the infinite balance for a holiday in paradise, perfect for honeymooners and families alike.
Our staff, with warmth and the renowned wholehearted Filipino hospitality, looks forward to welcoming you to the island.
Two Seasons Coron offers an array of six bungalow-style Palawan accommodations spread among the island’s lush tropical gardens, with easy access to the beach.
Blending natural materials and high ceilings, with the warmth of modern Filipino tropical style and design, each room provides a comfortable sanctuary throughout your stay.
The Sandbar Bungalow is the only one of its kind on the island. As its name implies, it is located literally on the pointed tip of the island where the beautiful sandbar is connected to an islet.
The room is furnished with a king-sized bed with an elegant aged woods tiled headboard discarded from old railroad tracks. From the bedside, a sliding door opens to a verandah with an outdoor plunge pool built and blended with the natural rocks.
A few steps down is a small private sunset beach cove. From the room lounge sofa, another sliding door opens to a verandah facing sunrise where a few steps away is the sandbar.
Rich hardwood floors, a BOSE ultimate VideoWave entertainment system, bathroom with a glass walled shower with outdoor natural rocks as a landscape, a 400mm jumbo rainshower, breathtaking unobstructed east and west views of the ocean and surrounding islands are the highlights of this unique bungalow.
L’Occitane amenities and a complimentary mini-bar are provided in the Sandbar Bungalow.
Savor an extraordinary dining experience at Two Seasons Resort’s Sulu Restaurant, which serves world-class, continental cuisine amid a modern tropical ambience.
Fresh seafood highlights a feast of culinary sensations from around the world, enhanced by a magnificent view of the sea and the surrounding islands. Open daily from 6 am too 10 pm.
Our Palawan resort’s Bahura Bar has a unique, reef-inspired atmosphere and an ideal setting that fuses great music, design, and flavor.
Situated at the center of the peninsula with views of the east and west beaches, Bahura Bar is adjacent to the pool of Two Seasons Resort, making it a prime location for enjoying sunsets with a cocktail in hand. Open daily from 8 am to 10 pm.
A Soulful Oasis
Treat your body and spirit to a blissful experience at Narra Spa. This world-class spa is nestled among hilltop villas with pan-oramic views of the sea and mangrove forest.
Narra Spa is equipped with EarthLite spa beds, luxurious narra furniture, and indigenous, natural and artisan furnishings. Ame-nities include jacuzzis, sauna, Vischi showers, and an outdoor deck.
Narra Spa’s highly-trained professional staff are skilled in various Asian, Polynesian and contemporary Cosmopolitan therapeutic massage treatments and holistic services.
Traditional Filipino Massage
An eclectic blend of Filipino indigenous massage techniques. “Hilot”, as we call it, represents the fusion of healing practices of the major ethno-linguistic cultural areas of the Philippines.
This healing symphony goes beyond a typical body massage. It harnesses bio energies of the universe, botanicals and the therapist herself who becomes a medium to restore your balance, harmony, health and wellness.
Lakambini translates to “muse” or Lady. A treatment specially created to pamper a Lady with a luxurious experience. This package begins with a gentle foot wash, followed by dry scrubbing to gently peel away dead skin cells.
Revel in the Age-defying wrap to illuminate the true beauty of your skin. An esoteric blend of oils in the tropical island bath will leave you balanced and revitalized. Surrender yourself to a Narra Spa massage to calm your mind and soothe your muscles.
The Age-defying facial completes the treatment as the marine elements work their wonders to re-mineralize your skin to a youthful glow. A tasty, organic herbal tea is served to conclude the experience.
Exchange vows as the serene Sulu Sea unfurls into the horizon, mirroring the promise of forever. Our accommodation on Palawan’s Malaroyroy Peninsula in Coron guarantees nothing less than a wedding affair to remember.
Share a string of once-in-a-lifetime moments only with people who matter most, with a truly intimate backdrop of white, sandy beaches, swaying palm trees, and the turquoise sea.
Is your dream wedding an intimate exchange of vows followed by a couples treatment at the Narra Spa, then a night of relaxation in the secluded Sandbar Bungalow? Or do you imagine being serenaded by a band playing local traditional music, from the ceremony to a romantic sunset cruise?
It’s your big day, and the expert planners at our accommodation in Palawan will do all it takes to weave this magical day into one that you will always treasure and remember. Toast your love, whether new or decades old, with glasses of champagne that reflect hints of a fairytale sunset.
WALK DOWN THE AISLE
A serene spiritual oasis in the island’s center, the Chapel of St. John the Baptist iA serene spiritual oasis in the island’s center, the Chapel of St. John the Baptist is an idyllic place to hold the wedding of your dreams.
Originally built by early settlers in the 1970s, it is a certified Catholic Chapel of the Parish of Saint Augustine in Coron. Beautifully restored by Two Seasons Coron Island Resort & Spa, it affords you and your guests spectacular views of the east and west-side beaches as you say, “I do”.
Your most unforgettable day begins with one of the specially arranged wedding packages at our Palawan accommodation, with options of a chapel, beach, or garden ceremony.
Our Coron, Palawan accommodation in Malaroyroy Peninsula, Bulalacao Island provides a most ideal backdrop for special corporate meetings and conferences. With 60 sqm of indoor meeting space, the room can accommodate up to 72 persons in a classroom setup.
Apart from natural light, and independent climate and sound controls, the following facilities and services are available at your convenience, ensuring that your event runs smoothly and successfully.
Breathtaking World War II Japanese shipwrecks, a spectacular marine life, vibrant reefs, and warm waters make Two Seasons Coron Island Resort & Spa Palawan a diving destination not to be missed.
These, put side-by-side with an island filled with awe-inspiring natural beauty and luxury, create a perfect diving spot for the most discerning travelers. The enthusiastic instructors at our resort in Palawan, Philippines are here to inspire beginners to discover the beautiful underseas of Coron.
Experienced divers will find challenging dives in in several well-preserved shipwrecks with mantas, turtles, rays, napoleons, barracudas, tunas, and many of the smaller but no less interesting inhabitants of the reef.
Coron is famous as the number one wreck diving destination in the Philippines and one of the best worldwide. From the 24 ships that sank when the American Forces bombarded Japanese warships during World War II, only 12 wrecks have been located in accessible depths ranging from 25 to 40 meters.
While Coron is famous for shipwreck diving and white-sand islands, and the favorite pastime is simple relaxation while basking in the sun, our Palawan beach resort has a vast array of activities and experiences available for those moments when you are yearning to do more than lie on the beach.
Molokini Transparent Kayaks
The Molokini is a transparent, 2-passenger kayak made out of the same durable polycarbonate material used in the production of bulletproof glass and fighter jet canopies. The simple purity of the Molokini’s elegant yet powerful transparent hull has an irresistible beauty.
It is recommended for areas that has calm sea conditions and on a sunny day can yield views to depths of 75 ft, opening an exploration of new worlds waiting to be discovered.
Coron Island Experience (Kayangan, Twin Lagoon, Lunch at the Wreck & Siete Pecados)
This two-lake, two-snorkeling-sites tour will be an unforgettable half-day adventure to Kayangan Lake, Twin Lagoon, Sangat Wreck, and Siete Pecados.
Kayangan Lake is one of the seven lakes located within Coron Island, acclaimed as the cleanest lake in the Philippines. Sometimes called the Blue Lagoon, this enchanting freshwater lagoon lies amid towering limestone cliffs and can be seen after a walk up a mountain trail.
Twin Lagoon is also located within Coron Island. It is nestled in the largest limestone formation also known as the Calis Mountain. The two lagoons are divided by a limestone wall, connected by a small and narrow opening.
The inner lagoon is visible and can easily be accessed during low tide. However, one must have a diving skill to get to the inner lagoon during high tide. Otherwise, it can also be accessed via the wooden stairs recently built by the Tagbanua, the indigenous people of Coron.
With the bow of Sangat Wreck, a World War II era wreck, laying just 3 meters below the surface, the Japanese Sangat Sub Chaser provides a unique and intriguing shallow-depth wreck experience for swimmers and snorkelers alike.
This ship was a 40 meters submarine hunter and inclines on the coral reef on the east side of Sangat Island with the stern reaching a depth of 22 meters.
Siete Pecados, or Seven Sins in Spanish, is a group of seven islands clustered together just a few minutes away from the lakes. With its breathtaking underwater splendor and rich marine life, it is one of the best snorkeling spots in the area.
Culion Island Historical Tour
Culion is a beautiful and remote island 30 minutes away by speedboat from the resort. It was called the Island of the Living Dead or the Island of No Return.
Once the largest leper colony in the world during the early 1900’s, it stands today as a stark reminder of life in the Philippines when leprosy was still an incurable disease, and a testament to how leprosy was eradicated not just in the Philippines but in the entire world.
Culion was chosen as the containment area of all those with leprosy in the Philippines during the American period. It became a laboratory for scientists around the world who had striven to look for a cure.
Now, Culion’s legacy makes the Culion Museum worth visiting. Moreover, it also has a church made out of coral rocks, as well as an old Spanish fort. Built in the 1700’s and armed with cannons, the fort was used to defend the island from the Muslim pirates that frequently raided the island.
Coron, home to numerous resorts that attract thousand of tourists year round, is a quiet town located southeast of the island of Busuanga, at the northern end of Palawan, Philippines. Aside from fishing, the main industry here tourism, with the place’s World War II shipwrecks being a popular destination for diving.
Many key attractions are found on Coron Island itself. (Coron Town must not be mistaken with Coron Island; the latter is located across the town, accessible by boat.) Coron Island is the ancestral domain of the Tagbanua indigenous people who are managing the island in a sustainable way.
Here are a good number of beautiful beaches, mostly small and surrounded by large limestone cliffs and a thriving wildlife. Kayangan, Twin Lagoon, and Barracuda Lakes, among the most stunning attractions here, are all great snorkeling destinations.
Different airlines fly from Manila to Busuanga (Coron) 2 to 3 times daily. Average length of flight is 45 minutes. If you’re coming from El Nido, Cebu, and Pampanga (Clark), direct flights are also available.
From Busuanga Airport, you will be transferred to Coron Town with our private coaster or bus. Finally, after a scenic boat ride from Coron Town on board one of our private boats, you will reach our 5-star beach resort in Coron, Palawan’s beautiful Malaroyroy Peninsula in Bulalacao Island.