Explore some of the Philippines’ most exciting private island resorts, from one of the most expensive worldwide to one focused on sustainability
From stunning all-inclusive hotels to spa resorts and private islands, the Philippines offers a range of luxury accommodation. Visitors to the archipelagic country can immerse themselves in the natural splendour of the Philippines at luxury island resorts, backgrounding their holidays with idyllic white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters and pristine coral reefs.
As Tourism Attaché Norjamin Delos Reyes stated, travellers “have the once in a lifetime opportunity to hire out an entire secluded island to themselves, where they can enjoy tantalisingly unspoilt scenery, pristine turquoise waters and unrivalled luxury accommodation, all in complete privacy.”
Craving a secluded getaway on a tropical island? Then keep reading for our suggestion of the best Filipino island getaways that should be on your bucket list.
Banwa Private Island
First on our list, Banwa Private Island brings a new level of meaning to the term ‘luxury’. Although it just opened in 2019, Banwa is already one of the most expensive getaways in the world. Included in this ultra-luxe experience is the opportunity for guests to book a getaway for up to 48 guests.
Each of Banwa’s six beachfront villas offer guests a jacuzzi deck, infinity pool, 12 garden suites and an owner’s residence. Banwa Private Island is located just two hours from Manila, which eases the arrival and departure process. The private island also comes with a guest services team that will work to make this luxury stay well worth its price.
One night at the luxurious private resort starts at AU$142,000 per night.
Just a one hour plane ride from Manila, Amanpulo is a private Palawan Province island resort in the Philippines.
The boutique hideaway offers a taste of tropical island luxe, with a range of Casitas and Villas located on the hillside and along the beach. Each villa comes complete with a private butler and private chef, allowing guests to lie back, relax and forget all their troubles.
With bespoke wellness programs that include land and sea adventures as well as a relaxing Aman Spa, fine dining and special event hosting, Amanpulo offers an exquisite range of opportunities that meets guests’ desires.
Tucked away in the northern part of Palawan Province’s 1780 islands, Huma Island Resort & Spa offers guests a range of adventure and romance opportunities. Huma Island Palawan reopened in September 2019 with freshly completed renovations, meaning that visitors can now enjoy Huma’s luxury experience with all the latest resort updates.
Surrounded by beautiful islets and an abundance of colourful marine life, scenic beaches and natural greenery, the exclusive hideaway features 81 villas and suites, six dining venues, an over-water spa complex and a range of recreational facilities.
Guests at Huma can enjoy excursions such as a visit to the Philippines’ only saltwater hot spring at Maquinit and freshwater swimming at Concepcion Falls.
Ariara itself claims it is the ultimate ‘off the beaten track’ destination that offers a combination of action-packed activities and relaxing experiences. Only 22 guests can enjoy the island at a time, making it one of the more intimate experiences on our list.
Ariara Island’s accommodation includes a range of beachfront villas, cottages and suites. All of these options are situated along the main beach and offer stunning uninterrupted views out to sea.
From exploring the region to relaxing on Ariara, guest can choose from a number of activities that invigorate the senses. Adrenalin junkies can aim for scuba diving, windsurfing and jet skiing while relaxation options range from booking a yoga instructor or masseuse to sipping champagne in a hammock.
Whole island rentals start at AU$5,445 for a minimum of two nights.
Last on our list is the eco-luxury resort of Pangulasian Island. Constructed with renewable materials incorporated into green design and architecture, Pangulasian Island spreads sustainability through all parts of the island resort experience.
From sustainable menus and low carbon footprint activities to strong community partnerships, there’s no facet of ecotourism that the El Nido resort hasn’t considered.
Set on a pristine beach with a backdrop of tropical forest, the resort offers breathtaking views of both the sunrise and sunset across Bacuit Bay.
Pangulasian offers 42 luxurious villas that are a minimum of 65 square metres, each one with its own 15 square metre personal balcony and some with a private pool.
When it comes to guest experiences, bespoke pampering, intimate dinners by the beach and luxurious spa treatments can all be arranged. Pangulasian caters to those holidayers seeking out more laid back experiences, with offerings such as a private sunset cruise to take guests further afield.
Nightly accommodation starts at AU$1,088 for select dates.
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