Thursday, June 26, 2014

Where to Stay in Siquijor: Coco Grove Beach Resort

To read about our experience of staying at Coco Grove Beach Resort, just click here and it will show you my other entries about this resort.  For this blogpost, let me show you our room at the resort. Our home for 4 nights in Siquijor. We stayed at the one of the Tree Top rooms. Here are my photos (taken by our Canon G12 camera).

There are 4 rooms at the Tree Top Villa

Two rooms at the first floor and then another two rooms at the second floor.

We stayed at Tree Top 3.
Our bed

View of our bed again. The are where my husband is standing is the door to the bathroom and the closet.

At one corner of the room is the TV and the refrigerator.

At the other side of the room is the seating area, just beside the entryway

These glass doors at the foot of the bed open up to a balcony

Well hello there!

At one corner of the balcony is another seating area. 

The closet. As I've mentioned before my husband loves to unpack our things so that task is delegated to him when we're on vacation.

Here's the bathroom. The shower is separate from the toilet. The shower is on the right with the curtain while the bathroom is inside those doors. 

The sink is to the right once you enter the bathroom

The toilet

The shower area

I think they also provided toothbrush and toothpaste. Bottomline is you need to bring your own toiletries. 
Tree top room is considered as an executive room with rate of P4,100 per night. I reserved the room via email and we had to pay 50% down payment through their UCPB bank account. The room rate included breakfast for two people. They charged us P800 for the round trip transfers to and fro the port. We also asked them to book our round trip ferry tickets Dumaguete-Siquijor and they charged us P530 per person (Miya was free of charge).

As evidenced by my entries, we enjoyed our stay in Coco Grove. We'll definitely stay here again if we go back to Siquijor. Maybe next time with the grannies.

Coco Grove Beach Resort
Tubod, San Juan, Siquijor

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