Pros

  • Beautiful beach setting with hammocks and lounge chairs
  • In walking distance to ziplining and Underground River ferries
  • Traditional thatched-roof rooms and suites, some with seafront views
  • Three-bedroom Daluyon Suite features a private pool
  • Two outdoor pools, kids' pool, and tiki cabanas
  • Open-air restaurant, poolside restaurant, swim-up bar, and beach bar
  • Free breakfast, outdoor parking, and Wi-Fi
  • Stand-alone fitness center and a massage hut
  • Event pavilion for up to 150 guests
  • Game room, beach volleyball, and bike rentals
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Cons

  • Located in a removed village that doesn’t have electricity
  • Ocean has strong currents not ideal for swimming
  • Complaints of weak Wi-Fi in some rooms
  • Some interiors could use updating
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Bottom Line

The laid-back Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort exudes a traditional vibe with its 27 thatched-roof rooms and serene setting on Sabang Beach. The mid-range hotel has spacious rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling wooden details, and many have beachfront balconies or patios. Features include two tropically landscaped pools and a kids' pool, plus a modest gym and a billiards room. Tasty Filipino fare is served in two restaurants and there are two bars. The hotel has a 24/7 generator, but the remote village doesn’t have electricity and lacks nightlife. For a more upscale experience, check rates at the Sheridan Beach Resort and Spa.

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Oyster Hotel Review

Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort

Scene

Beachfront hotel with a mellow vibe and traditional Filipino designs 

The Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort’s remote location on Sabang Beach, combined with its thatched-roofed buildings creates a relaxed and quiet setting. The open-air lobby is furnished with comfy sofas and hand-carved wooden furniture. Rattan recycling bins can be found throughout this “green” property and there are solar panels to heat the water. Sabang beach is directly outside the hotel with hammocks strung between palms and lounge chairs on the sand. The relaxed vibe suits beach lovers, although the currents are often too strong for swimming. Many travelers choose this property for its proximity to the area's zip lines and popular Underground River.

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Location

In a quiet village, a short boat trip to the Underground River

The hotel is situated in Sabang, a small fishing village on the western coast of Palawan. Sabang Beach is directly outside the hotel but currents are often too strong for swimming. This area is a great starting point to explore the Underground River, which can be reached via ferries at the Sabang Boat Terminal a 10-minute walk away. Also within walking distance is the Sabang X Zipline. Since the location is remote it doesn’t suit tourists seeking a lively nightlife scene. There isn’t electricity in this village, so the few area stores and restaurants close early. The city center in Puerto Princesa is 90 minutes away by car via a winding road. The Puerto Princesa International Airport will take two hours by car. 

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Rooms

Thatched beach cottages with balconies or patios, some with sea views

The hotel has 27 thatched-roof rooms and many command scenic beachfront views. The vibe is relaxed and warm, thanks to dark wooden floors and ceilings plus neutral-tone linens with plant motifs. Tropical paintings, fresh flowers on the beds, beach bags, and fishing-inspired decor add lovely beach elements. Rooms feel spacious, especially when the wooden doors leading to furnished patios or balconies are open. All rooms have flat-screen TVs, safes, DVD players with free DVD rentals, minibars, and coffee- and tea-making facilities. Bathrooms are simple, with walk-in showers, basic toiletries, and wall-mounted hairdryers. Eco-friendly features include recycling bins and water heaters powered by either natural gas or solar panels. 

Deluxe Rooms sleep up to six and have sofa beds in living rooms, while two-bedroom Junior Suites have living rooms, two balconies, and two bathrooms. The largest option is the two-floor, three-bedroom Daluyon Suite, which has a pool, four patios, four bathrooms, and a dining room.

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Features

Direct beach access, multiple pools, fitness facilities, and on-site dining

The hotel sits right on the white-sand Sabang Beach, which has hammocks and lounge chairs for guest use. Beach volleyball and badminton are available, in addition to playground equipment for kids. The waters are sometimes too rough for swimming, so most prefer the two outdoor pools and the kids' pool. Massages can be arranged in tiki huts and other leisure activities include a game pavilion with a billiards table. A dimly lit gym is in a stand-alone structure with a punching bag and older cardio and weight machines. For gatherings, The Tent can fit up to 150 people with optional catering. Wi-Fi is free but it’s spotty in certain areas of the hotel. 

The main restaurant, Pawikan, is houses in an open-air pavilion and serves Filipino food with international accents for all three meals. Breakfast is included in room rates. Poolside dining is provided at the Tribu and there are cocktails available in the swim-up pool bar and at the beach bar. 

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Oyster Hotel Review

Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort

Scene

Beachfront hotel with a mellow vibe and traditional Filipino designs 

The Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort’s remote location on Sabang Beach, combined with its thatched-roofed buildings creates a relaxed and quiet setting. The open-air lobby is furnished with comfy sofas and hand-carved wooden furniture. Rattan recycling bins can be found throughout this “green” property and there are solar panels to heat the water. Sabang beach is directly outside the hotel with hammocks strung between palms and lounge chairs on the sand. The relaxed vibe suits beach lovers, although the currents are often too strong for swimming. Many travelers choose this property for its proximity to the area's zip lines and popular Underground River.

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Location

In a quiet village, a short boat trip to the Underground River

The hotel is situated in Sabang, a small fishing village on the western coast of Palawan. Sabang Beach is directly outside the hotel but currents are often too strong for swimming. This area is a great starting point to explore the Underground River, which can be reached via ferries at the Sabang Boat Terminal a 10-minute walk away. Also within walking distance is the Sabang X Zipline. Since the location is remote it doesn’t suit tourists seeking a lively nightlife scene. There isn’t electricity in this village, so the few area stores and restaurants close early. The city center in Puerto Princesa is 90 minutes away by car via a winding road. The Puerto Princesa International Airport will take two hours by car. 

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Rooms

Thatched beach cottages with balconies or patios, some with sea views

The hotel has 27 thatched-roof rooms and many command scenic beachfront views. The vibe is relaxed and warm, thanks to dark wooden floors and ceilings plus neutral-tone linens with plant motifs. Tropical paintings, fresh flowers on the beds, beach bags, and fishing-inspired decor add lovely beach elements. Rooms feel spacious, especially when the wooden doors leading to furnished patios or balconies are open. All rooms have flat-screen TVs, safes, DVD players with free DVD rentals, minibars, and coffee- and tea-making facilities. Bathrooms are simple, with walk-in showers, basic toiletries, and wall-mounted hairdryers. Eco-friendly features include recycling bins and water heaters powered by either natural gas or solar panels. 

Deluxe Rooms sleep up to six and have sofa beds in living rooms, while two-bedroom Junior Suites have living rooms, two balconies, and two bathrooms. The largest option is the two-floor, three-bedroom Daluyon Suite, which has a pool, four patios, four bathrooms, and a dining room.

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Features

Direct beach access, multiple pools, fitness facilities, and on-site dining

The hotel sits right on the white-sand Sabang Beach, which has hammocks and lounge chairs for guest use. Beach volleyball and badminton are available, in addition to playground equipment for kids. The waters are sometimes too rough for swimming, so most prefer the two outdoor pools and the kids' pool. Massages can be arranged in tiki huts and other leisure activities include a game pavilion with a billiards table. A dimly lit gym is in a stand-alone structure with a punching bag and older cardio and weight machines. For gatherings, The Tent can fit up to 150 people with optional catering. Wi-Fi is free but it’s spotty in certain areas of the hotel. 

The main restaurant, Pawikan, is houses in an open-air pavilion and serves Filipino food with international accents for all three meals. Breakfast is included in room rates. Poolside dining is provided at the Tribu and there are cocktails available in the swim-up pool bar and at the beach bar. 

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Balcony / Terrace / Patio

  • Basic Television

  • Beach

  • Cable

  • Children's Pool

  • Concierge

  • Cribs

  • Fitness Center

  • Free Breakfast

  • Gameroom / Arcade

  • Internet

  • Kids Allowed

  • Laundry

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Mini Bar (with liquor)

  • Pool

  • Poolside Drink Service

  • Room Service

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

  • Supervised Kids Activities

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