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Located south of Manila and boasting all the idyllic beauty of a tropical retreat, Amanpulo on Pamalican is part of the Philippines’ Cuyo Archipelago. Fringed by white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and a coral reef, the whole island is dedicated to the resort. The property includes 42 Casitas and 18 Villas, along with an Aman Spa, several restaurants, a Sea Sports Hut, dive centre, kite & surf centre and main swimming pool. Guest Casitas are situated on the beach, among the treetops or on the hillside.
Private tropical island hideaway
Elevated on the hillside or set by the beach, Amanpulo’s 42 Casitas, some with private pools, feature vaulted wooden ceilings, pebble-washed walls, coconut-shell tables and large Cebu marble bathrooms. Sliding glass doors open to large decks, and a buggy is provided for unlimited island exploration. The 18 Villas are located on the shoreline and offer one-, two-, three- or four-bedroom pavilions set around a private pool. All villas come with a Butler, a Chef and a Housekeeper, and a number enjoy beautiful garden settings.
There’s a 30-meter swimming pool located at the main clubhouse in addition to the Fitness Centre, located at the Aman Spa. The gym features a complete range of cardiovascular and strength training equipment, and has views of the ocean and the surrounding natural landscape. The Fitness Centre is open 24 hours daily, access at night is with the guests’ room key.
Situated on a hillside with views of the surrounding islands, jungle, and sea, Amanpulo’s Aman Spa consists of six spa pavilions, a reception pavilion and a finishing salon. Each stand-alone spa pavilion offers a changing area, a steam shower and a deep-soaking bathtub along with magnificent sea views. The therapists will share the Filipino way for health and wellness: a gracious fusion of Asian and Western therapies, delivered through skilled hands and gentle hearts. Amanpulo’s spa journeys are reflections of the essence of Pamalican Island.
At the heart of Pamalican, the Clubhouse, serves Asian cuisine. Amanpulo’s Beachclub features an open-air pavilion and a deck scattered with lounging pillows. Its specialties are fresh seafood and Mediterranean cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, tapas and refreshments. Located on the east side of the island, the Lagoon Club offers similar Beachclub facilities, and is home to Nama, serving fine Japanese washoku cuisine, sushi and sashimi. Open for lunch, the Picnic Grove serves a variety of pizzas cooked in traditional wood-fired ovens. These venues offer casual, feet-in-the-sand dining at its best.
A bar is located at the main clubhouse and at the Beachclub.
The property is suited for both families and couples.
Amanpulo on Pamalican is part of the Cuyo Archipelago, located 288 kilometres south of Manila and boasting all the idyllic beauty of a tropical island retreat. The island is just over five kilometres long and only 500 metres across at its widest point.
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