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Friday, August 21, 2009

Apo Island Accomodations

You can also stay overnight at Apo Island if you think that a day's trip is not enough. There are 2 hotels that offers overnight accomodation, Apo Island Beach Resort and Liberty's Lodge. The island doesn't have 24 hours a day of electricity, so the power is swtiched off at night. The good thing about Apo Island Beach Resort is that it has it's own generator that runs 3 hours later than the village generator.

Apo Island Beach Resort can be found at the left side when you approach the landing area of the island. As of December 2006, the rates include: Lower Triton - P1,550; Upper triton - P1,350; Surf 1 and 2 - P1,480; Golden Cowrie 1.2.3.4 - P1,950; Dormitory - P450; Extra bed - P450.

Liberty Lodge can be found at the Village. The room rates include: Single Standard room - $20, Big fan room - $26, Delluxe room - $32, Beach front room $32, Sunset Suite - $42, Tree Top room - $42, Sea View Room - $46. For reservations and inquiry, you can contact them at the following phone numbers: +63 (035) 4240888 and +63 0917 6039987.

1 comments:

Heather Dugan ("Footsteps") said...

Looks like a lovely get-away!

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