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Islandia Beach Resort

Siquijor Circumferential Road, San Juan,, San Juan, Siquijor Island, Philippines
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Based on 43 traveler reviews

Nearby attractions
Bulakaw Forest Reservation
(11.06 km)
San Isidro Labrador Church
(20.10 km)
Port of Lazi
(20.71 km)
Tulapos Marine Sanctuary
(22.02 km)
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Josephine M
Not that great....😥
We were disappointed to find out that the resort was not up to standards. Grounds not taken care of. There were lots of debris outside our cottage. Had flimsy towels and pillows, a small bar of soap and unclean bathroom. Food not so good and small portions. Several guests in the beach and noisy as early as 5 am because we can hear them due to no ac in the cottage. We booked for 2 nights but decided to leave a day early due to the location. Had to pass a pig pen to get in the resort. Will not reconsider the resort when we get back to Siquijor.
Couples - Oct 27, 2017
Helena N
Best stay in Philippines
During our trip in Philippines, we were the most happy staying here. The atmosphere there was very romantic. Big and clean rooms. Direct access to beautiful beaches with lots of palm trees and hammocks. I was very surprised I didn't see more people staying here. The owner planted all the trees there. Good location to all attractions at Siquijor. And very cheap too. Food in the restaurant is good too. Best of all is the staff. Very helpful. I made a mistake of not booking for bike at the port and just got one after we arrived. We drove to the resort and realized that we got a flat tire and after further inspection we can tell we got a bad bike. The reception lady called the person who rented the bike to us and asked him to bring a new bike over. Unfortunately for us he didn't care at all. The staff helped us with repairing the flat tire in time so we could have the bike on time for the next day activities. We were very grateful for them. We will definitely come back.
Couples - Sep 16, 2017
Vanna E
Secluded and quiet resort with expensive, mediocre food
Boyfriend and I stayed in a beachfront bungalow which was, to our surprise, rather spacious and can easily accommodate 3-5 people. Our bed was also rather large but quite stiff. No aircon needed as the nights were cool. There were only a handful of guests when we stayed so Islandia remained quiet and peaceful throughout our stay. The staff was helpful and friendly. There were, however, two things I didn't like about Islandia. 1. The restaurant served expensive yet average food. The size of the serving also left a lot to be desired. I'd rather we dined out at Marco Polo or a nearby carinderia instead of shelling out almost 200 bucks on a burger that doesn't even compare to a regular yum meal at Jollibee. I would understand the pricing if Siquijor was totally isolated from the "outside world" but the island had several towns and resources were readily available. In addition, regular boat trips to Dumaguete are available. 2. The beach had so much potential but it was spoiled because it was unclean. We attributed the debris (dried leaves, branches, coconut shells) to the nightly rains but the least the staff could do every morning was to sweep away the trash to keep the area clean and pretty. I would totally go back to Islandia if they improved their food and cleaned their beachfront area regularly.
Couples - Jul 18, 2017
Joanne L
Simple, Quiet and Relaxing
It was my first time to visit Siquijor and stayed at Islandia Beach resort. We had a unplanned trip to Dumaguete and I searched for a place nearby where we could stay for two days and relax without needing to spend too much. From the port of Siquijor, we hailed a tricycle to bring us to the resort for P350. We also chartered the same trike for the day tour the following day, and for the trip from the resort back to the port when we would leave Siquijor by the 7th of June. This was our mistake as the resort can arrange this for you and this gives you an assurance that you will not get double charged. The resort has a restaurant that serves yummy food at an affordable price. On our first night, I ordered Chopsuey and Sinigang and was shocked at the servings. It's really for sharing so if you are the type of people who eat more rice than viands, then order just one dish which we did on the second night. Oh, and their brewed coffee is one of the best that I've had. And their mango shake is also yummy. The rooms are clean and spacious. The rooms are more like small houses dotted around the property, so you get a lot of peace, quiet and privacy. If there is one thing that I would want to be improved, would be the beach area. Probably a sweep of the dead sea grass every now and then would make the view more pleasnt. By the way, if you wish to swim I suggest early morning or late afternoon or night when the tide is high. The beach in front is rocky. But overall, we enjoyed our stay and would definitely go back.
- Jun 11, 2017
True Island Style Relaxing
If you just need some time out this is the place to be... Amazing bungalows, comfortable beds, great breakfast and just pure beach indulgence. Staff are super friendly and helpful. Quite a way out of town, but that's the point. Tips: Rent scooters at reception and ask for a map of siquijor... There are Police checkpoints around the island so be sure to carry your license. Nearby Legends offers great evening vibes, cocktails, food and pool 🎱 Try UR. Story next to legends for a fine dining experience. Open between months of Nov - May Snorkel at one of the coral sanctuaries... Some of the most beautiful snorkeling I've done. Saladoong beach is a must... I've never seen such clear water in my life. Explore the Waterfalls around the island.
Friends getaway - Jun 2, 2017
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Hotel policy

  • Public Facilities
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
  • Hotel Services
    • Laundry service
    • Tours
  • Things to Do
    • Garden
    • Private beach
  • Kids and Pets
    • Babysitting with surcharge
  • Food and Drinks
    • Bar
  • Transportation
    • Area shuttle with surcharge
  • Connectivity
    • Free WiFi

      Islandia Beach Resort is a resort in a good neighborhood, which is located at San Juan.

      Not only well positioned, but Islandia Beach Resort is also one of resorts near the following Bulakaw Forest Reservation within 11.06 km and San Isidro Labrador Church within 20.1 km.

      About Islandia Beach Resort

      Savor your favorite dishes with special cuisines from Islandia Beach Resort exclusively for you.

      Islandia Beach Resort is a wise choice for travelers visiting San Juan.

      You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
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