Stayed here for two nights. Rooms were relatively clean but they don't clean it daily. Food was great for the first night (sat night) when there was a lot of guests. For the second night (sunday) and monday breakfast, they still served us enough food, but not as good as the previous day's. Take note that almost all the food prepared for us for the second day was fried/oily.
Staff is also friendly. Towel, soap, shampoo is provided for.
Anne M. E.
Mar 21, 2018 - Romantic Vacation
The resort actually looks nondescript from the entrance, but then when you enter it you a view of the ocean. We stayed at the golden room which was huge with 2 queen size beds good for 4 people. The food was served promptly, the choices are limited but filling. Their bbq pork/chicken was particularly awesome. They seem to have good dive shop but didn’t try to go scuba diving. The best thing about this place is that pets are welcome with no extra charge!
Don't expect a beach, this is anilao, you will only have cliff rocky shores, with snorkeling spots (not a lot see though)
Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 2:00 PM Check-out: 12:00 PM
Divers and non-divers alike will find a paradise in Halo Anilao Dive Resort. Here, guests can relax and forget about the worries brought about by urban life. The resort offers breathtaking views, modern facilities, and easy access to Anilao’s top diving spots.
Rooms were thoughtfully designed to ensure ultimate comfort and relaxation. Guests can choose between the Bronze, the Silver, the Gold, or the Platinum room. All rooms come fully equipped with an air conditioning unit, a television with cable channels, and spacious wardrobes. En suite bathrooms come with a hot and cold shower and complete bath amenities. Guests staying in the Platinum room have the bonus of a private jacuzzi as well as a balcony with sweeping ocean views. A welcome drink and complimentary coffee and tea is provided per room. Daily housekeeping and room service is available. Guests have access to the free WiFi in select public areas.
The resort has its own dive shop where guests can rent scuba gear, arrange trips, and attend dive lessons. Aside from diving, guests can take a dip in the hotel’s saltwater swimming pool or simply relax and take in the view.
Guests can enjoy their meals at the hotel’s terrace restaurant where they can feast on a variety of local and international dishes.
Travelers coming from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport will need to take a two hour and 30-minute car ride to get to the Halo Anilao Dive Resort. Sombrero Island is 7.8 kilometers away from the property, while the Verde Island Passage is 4.9 kilometers away.
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