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    Bohol Beach Resorts Alona Beach, Panglao Island

    A compilation of beach resorts in Bohol by Tutubi, prepared when he was planning to go to Bohol's tourist spots

    Alona Kew
    Address: Alona Beach, Tawala, Panglao, Bohol, Philippines
    Phone: +63.38.502.9042; +63.38.502.9027
    Fax: +63.38.502.9029

    Alona Palm Beach Resort
    Address: Alona Beach, Tawala,
    6340 Panglao, Bohol, Philippines
    Phone: +63.38.502.9141
    Fax: +63.38.502.9142

    Alona Tropical Resort,
    Alona Beach,
    Tel. No.:+63.38.502.9024,
    Fax: +63.38.411.2244

    Alonaville Beach Resort,
    Alona Beach

    Alumbung Beach Resort

    Amarela Beach Resort
    Barangay Libaong, Panglao Island

    Amorita Beach Resort
    Barangay Tawala, Panglao Island

    Ananyana Beach Resort & Spa
    Remarks: Traditional Balinese style

    Aquatica Beach Resort
    Alona Beach

    Banana Land
    Alona Beach
    Tel. No.: +63.38.502.9068

    Beach Rock Cafe & Lodge,
    Alona Beach,
    Telefax: +63.38.502.9034

    Blue Sky Sea Resort
    Barrio Bolod, Panglao Island

    Bohol Bee Farm
    Contact Person: Vicky Wallace
    Address: Dao, Dauis, Bohol, Philippines
    Phone: +63.38.502.2288
    Mobile: +63.917.304.1491

    Bohol Divers Resort
    Panglao Island

    Bohol Island Dive Resort
    Alona Beach,
    TeleFax: +63.38.502.9005

    Bohol Plaza
    Dayo Hill, Dauis,Panglao Island.

    Bohol Sea Resort

    Eskaya Beach Resort & Spa
    Address: Tawala, Panglao, Bohol
    Contact Number: +63.38.502.9516

    Flower Garden Resort
    Address: Tawala, Panglao, Bohol, Philippines
    Telephone: +63.38.502.9012

    Flushing Meadows Resort
    Dauis, Panglao Island

    Linaw Beach Resort

    Oasis Resort Alona Beach
    Telefax: +63.38.502.9083

    Panglao Island Nature Resort
    Tel. +63.38.411.2599
    Fax: +63.38.411.5866

    Peter's House,
    Alona Beach,
    Tel. +63.38.502.9056
    Fax: +63.38.502.9107

    Playa Blanca,
    Alona Beach,
    Tel. +63.38.502.9015

    Rene's Place
    Alona Beach,
    Tel. +63.38.502.9149

    Dumaluan Beach , a public beach right next to Bohol Beach Club where families spend their Sundays together. There are beach volleyball courts, BBQ
    area, restrooms, basic fan rooms, sari sari et al

    Dumaluan Beach Resort
    Mobile No.: 0926-8979743
    Tel. No.: 038-5029092, Fax: 038-5029081,
    Remarks: with swimming pool and restaurant.

    How to get to Panglao Island, Bohol:

    to get to Panglao Island, you need to book a flight to Bohol via Tagbilaran Airport.

    The best way to get to Panglao from Tagbilaran City is by taxi where the usual metered fare is doubled (to compensate for the no passenger return trip to the city) and around PhP350.00 (as of November 2008) with travel time of 30 minutes.

    No information on the cheapest Bohol Beach Resort in Panglao's Alona Beach (where most tourists prefer beach fronts that more pricey). In order to get the cheapest Bohol package, try looking for large family rooms for the whole family to share beyond three persons. Please contact the resorts or visit their official websites for rates, discounts, booking reservations and other information. Reviews of Bohol Beach Resorts will be posted once available.

    UPDATED: February 10, 2009

    Cebu to Bohol Ferry

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:37 PM,


    At Jun 23, 2011, 9:55:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Nothing extraordinary to say about Alona Kew hotel, except that its beach front has the best quality of sand, a portion of it (sometime between the high and low tides) is very smooth, like boracay sand.

    Bohol atmosphere is like Boracay of the early 1980s, relatively quiet and fresh



    At Sep 22, 2011, 10:15:00 PM, Anonymous Asian Traveler said...

    Hi there, very nice list of contacts right there. Im actually planning to go back to Bohol this month so im searching online for resorts and hotels rates update. I was there 5 years ago and it was really cheap.


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