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General

Asia Grand View Hotels Inc. had launched the first phase of its exciting resorts in Coron, inspired by the contemporary Asian arts, crafts and charming underwater world of Palawan. It started operation on August 26, 2011.

We aim to offer distinct, comfortable and elegant accommodation yet reasonably priced to discriminating tourists both local and foreign. We offer impeccable hotel services, fine dining experience, unique recreational activities, ecotours and diving of Coron and nearby towns and municipalities.

We are an environmentally-friendly hotel and support efforts to conserve natural resources.

Asia Grand View Hotels Inc. is located in the province of Palawan, the Philippine’s last frontier. Coron is remarkable for its’ rich marine life, lush green mountains and rich flora and fauna, teeming marine life, speak of a paradise unlike any other. It beckons every traveler to experience it’s amazing beauty.

Coron is world-famous for its remarkable dive sites and diving spots. Asia Grand View Hotel lets you experience World-class Wreck Diving, outstanding Reef and Coral diving, Dive Safaris around Busuanga & Apo Reef with our professional Dive team. One of our pools is specially designed for dive training. We also offer Technical Diving and Dive Courses up to Instructor level. Coron is also known for the rare Dugongs.

The excellent view of Coron Bay from the restaurant and Bar gives additional perks to dining guests. It has family-friendly F&B outlets but is especially enchanting at cocktail hours, when guests gather at the poolside bar or by the restaurant, to watch the sunset. Romantic candle-lit dinners are always offered as guests’ option.

Weddings and special events may be held at the Restaurant, Function rooms, by the Pool side or by the garden offering guests excellent venues with full attentive services and remarkable, simple yet stylish set ups.

Enjoy the beauty and wonders of Palawan, come to Asia Grand View Hotel, where your Coron holiday begins within a stunning setting!


ROOM CATEGORY DAILY ROOM RATES
SUPERIOR ROOM PHP 5,775
DELUXE ROOM PHP 6,405

INCLUSIONS:

• Breakfast


TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

  • Extra Person Charge: PHP 1,200 / room / night
  • Child Rate:
    – Child (5 yo -12y.o.): PHP 500 / person (sharing bed with parents) 
    – Infant (4.11y.o.): FOC
    **Maximum of 3 persons in Superior Bayview rooms. Maximum of 4 persons in other categories.
  • Round-trip Shuttle Van Service: PHP 300 per person
  • PEAK SEASON DATES:
    – February 1-11, 2019: Chinese New Year
    – April 14-21, 2019: Holy Week / Easter
    – April 29 – May 6, 2019: Golden Week
    – December 20, 2019 – January 10, 2020: Christmas / New Year
    – January 20-31, 2020: Chinese New Year
    – April 5-12, 2020: Holy Week / Easter
    – April 29 – May 6, 2020: Golden Week
  • Peak Season Surcharge: PHP 1,500 / room / night
  • New Year’s Gala Dinner: PHP 1,200 / adult | PHP 600 / child
  • Hotel may require an security/incidental deposit or credit card imprint upon check-in.
  • Standard check-in time is at 2PM.
  • Standard check-out time is at 12NN.
  • Rooms are quoted on a per room per night basis.
  • All rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • All rates are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Validity: April 01, 2019 – March 31, 2020

Coron, Palawan (Region 4B - MIMAROPA)

Coron, Palawan (Region 4B - MIMAROPA)

Coron Island is a wedge-shaped limestone island in the province of Palawan. It has seven lakes, famous of which is the nationally-acclaimed cleanest lake in the Philippines, the Kayangan Lake. It also has a number of islands with white beaches and clear blue waters perfect for snorkeling, deepsea fishing and shipwreck diving. Some coastal areas are covered with mangrove forests.

Coron is the largest town on the island. The municipality covers part of Busuanga Island and all of the nearby Coron Island. Both islands are part of the Calamian Group of Islands in northern Palawan.

The area is famous for its World War II wreck diving, and the site has been named in many lists of top dive spots in the world. In September 1944, a fleet of Japanese ships hiding in the harbor were sunk in a daring raid by the US navy. The result is around ten well preserved underwater shipwrecks surrounded with coral reef.

There are also attractions on Coron Island itself. There are many beautiful bleach white sand beaches, mostly tiny and surrounded by large limestone cliffs and wildlife. Barracuda and Kayangan lakes are both stunning locations, and good for snorkeling, and the island is the ancestral domain of an indigenous tribe who are managing the island in a sustainable way and keeping outsiders at a distance and offshore at night.

Coron is the third-largest island in the Calamian Islands in northern Palawan in the Philippines. The island is part of the larger municipality of the same name. It is about 170 nautical miles (310 km) southwest of Manila and is known for several Japanese shipwrecks of World War II vintage. Because of its unique ecological features, the entire area is protected by several legal proclamations.

The island and surrounding fishing grounds are part of the ancestral domain of the indigenous Tagbanwa people, officially designated such on June 5, 1998. Known as Calis among the Tagbanwas and Coronians, its tribal chieftain is Rodolfo Aguilar I. The island comprises two barangays of the municipality of Coron: Banuang Daan and Cabugao. Partially between Busuanga and Culion islands, Coron Island faces the Sulu Sea and forms the eastern side of Coron Bay. It is about 20 kilometers (12 mi) long from north to south, and 9 kilometers (5.6 mi) at its widest point.

It is a wedge-shaped mountainous island, dominated by steep cliffs and Karst rock formations made of Permian limestone of Jurassic origin that comprises about 70% of its area. Another 25% is rolling hills, while only 5% is relatively flat. There are 11 lakes nestled in the rugged terrain, of which 3 have underground connections to the sea. There are a few mangroves in coastal areas.

 


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