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Bangkok, Krung Thep, Thailand
Reviewed 17 August 2013

We were at Mangenguey as a family in August 2013. We stayed at the Crimson and Mimosa. The accommodations were great and for the first time in decades we slept with open doors and no aircon! The food was delightful,in particular the seafood dishes Elena concocted, and the fresh buko juice at breakfast. (On our return to Manila, Busuanga airport...

3Thank BienvenidoRola
Mumbai (Bombay), India
Reviewed 17 June 2013

We stayed at the Crimson cottage,a romantic cottage (well every cottage here faces the beach).It had a huge balcony and nice clean bathroom with great hot water. All the meals at the resort are personally cooked by Helena. Well I may say people from India may find it difficult to develop a taste for Helena’s food creations but if you...

4Thank Ruhi S
Ingolstadt, Germany
Reviewed 11 April 2013

We spent 4 nights in Crimson (green cottage), which has a balcony and warm shower. We would recomment to 3-4 days for the ideal stay. + stunning remote island and cute huts like at the website + excellent food + exploring tours, snorkeling gear, water shoes and kanu rental for free + lots of coral life and colourful fish for...

4Thank ElisabethR420
Paris, France
Reviewed 9 April 2013

If you are looking for a remote and paradisiac island with a boutique alike small number of bungalows (4 bungalows & 2 more rooms in the main house), then this is the place ! You will be enchanted by the resort’s style & refined interior decoration, which is imprinted by the owner’s great taste : Helena, a true cosmopolite with...

1Thank Verena_Austria
Ludlow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 March 2013

We spent 7 nights on Mangenguey - some parts of the stay were good, others less so. The best way I could think of structuring this review was to take each key element and list positives and negatives in order to give as balanced a review as possible… 1) Transfer Positives: * The boat ride over to the island from...

61Thank sadey70
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 March 2013

We looked at trip advisor after we had booked our stay at Mangenguey, and honestly we were a little nervous. As vegan vegetarians we were mainly worried about the food, and some of the negative comments had put us off. However we had no need to worry at all. We ate some of the best food we had had in...

3Thank KimKYIng
Manila, Philippines
Reviewed 27 February 2013

We checked out yesterday and we find ourselves in front of the computers today wishing we were still in Mangenguey! It was quite a different beach experience for us. We enjoyed our morning trek, rock climbing and cave exploration with Richard and our afternoon strolls to the private beach behind our pretty beach front cottage. We had stayed in the...

1Thank bunnie0502
Reviewed 22 February 2013

if you want romantic, peaceful and a to be a bit spoiled this is your place. one resort on one island its remote and secluded and worth the hefty price per night. the island is beautiful with an amazing white sand, turqoise water beach. beautiful rock and coral around the other edges of the island. amazing snorkeling only 5 feet...

Thank jcportillo
Reviewed 15 February 2013

Me and my wife spent 5 nights at Mangenguey with a plan to relax after 14 days of traveling around Philippines. First I have to point out that this is not a 4/5 star hotel although they charge you as it would be. I have to say that the island itself is really nice on a remote place so you...

18Thank tratar20
Reviewed 13 February 2013

Mangenguey is not only a beautiful island, but also a superb place to unwind and feel pampered. Helena and Richard are gracious, non intrusive, hosts and the staff is so nice, gentle and accommodating! The rooms are cozy and chic; the food is good -perfect waldorf salad. I enjoyed a wonderful stay and cannot thank enough the owners for letting...

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Mangenguey is truly like no other place in the world. It is intimate and private, a destination that blends the incredible beauty of untouched Nature with culture and art. The island is a perfect location to create a new vision of Utopian living and redefined luxury for the twenty-first century. Mangenguey is an exquisite and remote Virgin Island comparable in natural beauty to the best in the world; it is located in the Calamianes archipelago in Northern Palawan, Philippines. It is right at the center of the Coral Triangle, one of the world's richest marine biodiversity zones. Getting There. Mangenguey is 45 minutes away from Manila, Philippines by plane. There are regular daily flights to Busuanga airport via Air Phil Express, Cebu Pacific, or SKYJET.Upon arrival at Busuanga Airport, guests take a thirty-minute drive in an air-conditioned van or private car (with additional charge) that takes them to Coron Town. In Coron, guests board our native banka for an approximately 1-1/2 hour (depending on sea conditions) beautiful scenic journey to the island. Airport transfers are $65/ trip and include land and sea transport. We recommend a minimum stay of three (3) nights for guests traveling from not so distant locations, and a week for guests coming from far away. Food and Beverage: The dining experience on Mangenguey is like no other: fresh sea air to stimulate the appetite, gorgeous views of the ocean, superb cuisine, warm and friendly service, and interesting conversation. Helena's simple and approachable Catalan-inspired cuisine is definitely one of the highlights of the Mangenguey experience. Gathered around the gracious table for communal dining or "al fresco" in the garden, meals in Mangenguey reflect the distinctive character of Helena. Shaped by her Spanish childhood and her years of travelling throughout different continents, combined with her knack for using local ingredients, each meal on Mangenguey is a unique epicurean adventure and pleasure for the senses. All guests are served 3 gourmet meals a day for a fee per person, per day. We accommodate "Special diets" provided advance notice and at an additional charge per day per person. Guests can also enjoy a variety of classic cocktails and a selection of wines, spirits, and beers. A truly luxurious moment on the island is the pre-dinner drinks at the Big House: sip the house champagne or our Signature Cocktails as tantalizing aromas waft from the open-style kitchen while Helena's cooks. Entertainment. Guests can swim and snorkel in the reef, paddle around the island in native bankas, bird watch, or trek through the forest. They can read on the veranda facing the sea, play pool in the Big House, or watch the sunset while sipping champagne and listening to Maria Callas. The adventurous can dive or snorkel in the magnificent house reef or in the turquoise waters surrounding the island. We customize island hoping and diving tours on our comfortable bankas to fit your desires and interests that come complete with gourmet picnics and butler service. Our private diving trips must be booked in advance with our Dive Master. Experience the beautiful reefs and the Japanese wrecks. We can plan a perfect diving experience based on your skills and desires. Private diving courses may also be arranged. ... more   less 

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Address: Philippines
Region: Philippines > Mimaropa > Palawan Province
Number of rooms: 7
Also Known As:
Mangenguey Island Hotel Coron
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#32 On the Beach Hotel in Palawan Province
#32 Top resorts Hotel in Palawan Province
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“We liked the Crimson room for the value, and the fun decor. The bathroom reminded us of a treehouse. The huge balcony afforded great views of the ocean.”
SarahK707, 27 Oct 2013 | Read review
“Mimosa is good for an extended family, while Crimson is a couples room. Both have incredibly soothing views and sounds of the sea.”
BienvenidoRola, 17 Aug 2013 | Read review
“Choose Crimzon ! On the First Floor, Privacy :)”
688ruhis, 17 Jun 2013 | Read review
“The beach cottages (Crimson/Azur and Mimosa) are the best located. Rooms in the main house are nicely done but not very 'authentic'. Rosa 1 and 2 are in a poor location.”
sadey70, 15 Mar 2013 | Read review
“azure room ground floor is great to walk right out onto the beach, dump your snorkel gear and be close to room ammenities while doing any beach activities”
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  •                   bed very comfy
jcportillo, 22 Feb 2013 | Read review
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