The only resort in Sumilon island, the 24-hectare Bluewater Sumilon Island resort belongs to a wholly-owned Filipino hotel chain that showcases the best of Philippine interiors, hospitality, and nature. The four-star resort is a favorite among guests who want to explore the marine wonders of the island, thanks to the property’s direct access to coral reef beaches.
Accommodation at the resort range from the Deluxe Rooms that offer mountain and sea views, to private villas and Glamping tents. Except for the tents, each have a private veranda with lounge chairs facing the best island views, TV with cable, telephone, hot and cold shower, and coffee and tea service. All are with air-conditioning, comfy beds and modern traditional furnishings in native materials. The private villas have their own exclusive pool.
The resort has its own on-site dining facilities to satisfy just about every craving. The Pulo Restaurant and the Pavilion, the resort’s main dining outlet, features local and international cuisine. The Cliff Bar serves the resort’s signature drinks. Guests are also encouraged to try the resort’s coffee.
If guests are tired of doing water activities in the sea, they are also welcome to use the resort’s swimming pools or the pool table for a game of billiards. They can even request a massage service outdoors for a fee. WiFi is available in public areas and there is a special area for smoking. Guests can also lounge at the terrace area or buy some souvenirs at the gift shop online.
The property is a four-hour journey that includes a boat ride from the Mactan-Cebu International Airport. It is a seven-minute boat ride away from Oslob.