Free secure parking space
Ocean Adventure Park shares this parking with Camayan Beach Resort
Entrance for hotel guests
Pathway to Garden and Beach View Hotel building
Cabanas for hotel guests and day tourists
Walkways in the garden for hotel guests
Snack bar... the price range of snacks are probably expensive than usual.
They allow the guests to bring their own food.
There's a Grill Station at the far end of the beach
where guests can cook their own food.
I like it that they allow people to bring their own food and they don't even charge that much
in their Reef Restaurant and Bar.
The Grill Station at the far end of the beach.
Lifeguards on the lookout 24 hours a day.
Beach View hotel building
I think these are the more expensive rooms in the resort.
It's located in the entrance of the resort.
We didn't stay here hence, I've got no
pictures to show. :)
Garden View Rooms
You will be able to see the cabanas from your Garden View hotel room balcony.
The room is clean with enough lighting.
There's hot water on the sink and in the shower/bathtub.
Everyone's getting settled during our first night.
Since there were 12 of us, we had to get three separate rooms.
I love sinks outside the bathroom in hotels.
It allows multiple people to get ready all at the same time
rather than wait for someone to get out of the bathroom
to freshen up.
The view in the Beach View hotel balcony
Beach View Rooms
The mess we made.
It's a good thing that they have these signs around.
It shows how they like preserving the ocean and anything in it.
This way, more people will be able to enjoy the ocean more.
I hope the photos will do justice on how I enjoyed the place. I'm not an outdoorsy type of person but I really loved walking along their shore. Usually, I hide from the sun but this time, I didn't mind the heat. It's been a long time that I last went to the beach. It was one year ago when I last went diving in Dos Palmas. And I didn't realize I missed the beach so much until today.
This is what I love about our country. There are beaches everywhere. I wouldn't trade the Philippines for anywhere else.
Sigh! I just have to say that this hotel limits the use of towels. They charge for extra. The problem is that they know there are at most four people in the room and they only give two towels. This is the only hotel I have encountered that limits people from having to use the towel from the hotel when hotels are supposed to lend their guests enough towels most especially because it was a beach hotel. I am pro-environment but if it is really necessary, I think they should provide enough towels to their guests.
And for those who enjoys room service, I have to tell you, THERE IS NO ROOM SERVICE IN THIS HOTEL. The restaurant don't deliver food in your room. I don't know the reason regarding this limited service.