Nestled in the middle of the Mabini-Tingloy Peninsula, Acacia Resort and Dive Center gives travellers easy access to the aquatic wonders of Anilao, as well as to top-notch accommodations. This boutique resort features a dive center, 16 spacious rooms, restaurant, bar, and an outdoor swimming pool and garden.
All rooms are designed to provide optimum relaxation and feature in-room cable television, en suite bathroom, air-conditioning, and free WiFi access. The Standard Room is 17 square meters in size and comes with a double bed and a view of the garden, while the Deluxe Room is 20 square meters in size and comes with a queen-size bed and a view of the ocean. The luxuriously spacious Deluxe Suite comes with an ocean view, two queen beds, and a total room size of 60 square meters. Full board meals, afternoon snacks, and unlimited coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and juice are included in the room rate.
Guests can enjoy their meals in the resort’s open-air restaurant, as well as after-meal drinks in the bar, which has a clear view of the ocean. Other in-house services include daily housekeeping, luggage storage, car parking, and shuttle services.
The resort’s dive center caters to divers of all levels. Beginners can sign up for diving courses to learn the basics with certified instructors. More experienced adventurers can rent equipment from the dive center, including twin manifolded cylinders, backplates, regulators, rebreathers, and even underwater cameras.
Those who prefer more private water sports will enjoy a dip in the resort’s outdoor pool, while those looking to stay dry can relax in the gardens.
The resort is a short boat ride away from Sombrero Island, while the Mainit Point and Majuben Beach are less than six kilometers away inland.