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  • Amanpulo, Aerial View
  • Amanpulo, Casitas Exterior
  • Amanpulo, Casitas Bedroom
  • Amanpulo, Casitas Bathroom
  • Amanpulo, Library
  • Amanpulo, Clubhouse Restaurant
  • Amanpulo, Beach Club Grove
  • Amanpulo, Beach Club 1
  • Amanpulo, Beach Club 2
  • Amanpulo, Picnic Grove
  • Amanpulo, Spa Treatment Room
  • Amanpulo, Aman Spa Gym
  • Amanpulo, Swimming Pool 1
  • Amanpulo, Marine Life
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Amanpulo

Pamalican, Philippines

An island resort since December 1993, Amanpulo’s 40 casitas are twin-roofed bungalows in hillside and beachfront settings, loosely modelled after the Philippine bahay kubo (native dwelling). Decorative interior details reflect the islands: pebblewashed walls, coconut-shell tables, rustic Palawan rice and knife baskets, a king-size bed with a rattan headboard and sliding-glass doors that reveal outdoor decks and his-and-her divans. The large Cebu marble bathroom features twin vanities, separate changing areas, a shower and an elegant bathtub lit by large windows with wooden shutters.

Amanpulo’s facilities enjoy a spacious layout complementing their natural surroundings. The resort’s casitas are situated on the beach, amongst the treetops or on the hillside overlooking the Sulu Sea. Each has its own private buggy allowing independent travel on the island. Amanpulo’s 29 Beach Casitas each have private pathways that leads directly onto a white-sand beach. The four Treetop Casitas are situated above the tree-line, on higher ground. There are five Hillside Casitas with unimpeded sea views. The resort’s two Deluxe Hillside Casitas offer the most spectacular panoramas of the Sulu Sea and neighbouring islands.

Private villa homes located just a few metres from the sea are available for rent and purchase at Amanpulo. Each villa features a private swimming pool and offers separate bedroom, living and dining pavilions, an outdoor lounge and a kitchen. One-, two- and four-bedroom villas are available. All villas come with a cook and housekeeper, and villa guests enjoy full use of all Amanpulo facilities and services.

Location

Set on its own private island in the Sulu Sea, Amanpulo is the epitome of a tropical paradise, and has been for the past two decades. Amanpulo is skirted by white smiles of sand, clear blue waters and a coral reef 300 metres from the shore. Amanpulo boasts all the idyllic beauty of a tropical island retreat and a beguiling air of remoteness. Yet, it is easily accessible by air. Guests are greeted in Manila and travel by chartered plane to the island, landing on Amanpulo’s airstrip. Amanpulo on Pamalican is part of the Quiniluban Group of Cuyo Islands, situated in the north of the Philippine province of Palawan. Located 288 kilometres south of Manila, Pamalican is five kilometres long and only 500 metres across at its widest point.

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Treetop Casita
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 68 кв. м.
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Hillside Casita
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 68 кв. м.
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Treetop Pool Casita
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 68 кв. м.
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Beach Casita
Двухместный номер с завтраками, 68 кв. м.
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Infrastructure

Situated on a hillside with views of the Sulu Sea, Amanpulo’s Aman Spa consists of a series of pavilions constructed of native wood and other natural materials. The Reception Pavilion includes a lounge and retail space on the entry level, and a Finishing Salon on the floor below for manicures, pedicures and hair appointments. Each treatment room offers a deep-soaking bath tub, washroom, dressing area and steam shower. The Pilates Studio is available for private or group classes. The Fitness Pavilion houses the Yoga and Meditation Studio, a fully-equipped gymnasium, wet areas including steam rooms and cold plunge pools, and outdoor relaxation areas.

The Library is stocked with novels in several languages, travel guides, newspapers, magazines and coffee-table books on Philippine art, design and culture. DVDs and CDs are also available. Amanpulo’s three shops specialise in woven rugs, baskets, jewellery, pottery and other crafts from the Palawan region, as well as Asian antiques, furniture and resort wear.

Adjacent to the Beach Club, the Sea Sports Hut offers a variety of water sports equipment, as well as information on boat charters, water sports, sea conditions and snorkelling/scuba diving sites. The Dive Centre offers PADI courses ranging from introductory to Divemaster levels (with PADI certification available). The island’s turquoise waters and coral reefs provide a variety of water and beach activities. These include snorkelling and scuba diving as well as fishing Amanpulo also offers windsurfing, kayaking and tennis. Land activities include excursions and picnics, cycling, nature walks, bird watching, turtle hatching, private dining, stargazing.

Dining

The Clubhouse, Restaurant and Bar open out onto a terrace that lies alongside the 30-metre pool, offering views of the ocean and surrounding islands. Poolside sun-loungers are shaded beneath umbrellas and trellises of flowering bougainvillea. Guests can also enjoy al fresco dining in the Picnic Grove or a bonfire dinner on the beach. The Restaurant is located at the Clubhouse and extends onto a terrace with views to Manamoc Island across the sea. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served and the menu features Asian and Continental cuisine. Amanpulo’s marble-top Lobby Bar occupies a cosy corner of the Clubhouse and offers a terrace with views of the sea and Manamoc Island.

Specialising in seafood, Spanish cuisine and tapas, the Beach Club overlooks the island’s sandy white shores, with tables available on the beach and sheltered on the elevated wooden terrace. The Windsurf Hut and Picnic Grove serve wood oven-fired pizza and salads, and the Lagoon Club focuses on Vietnamese fare.

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