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Visitors to Coron will find that the Sophia’s Garden Resort is a fantastic accommodation choice. For those who require internet access, the property features Wi-Fi in designated areas.
With Coron Town Plaza and Mount Tapyas both within a short distance, there is no shortage of things to do in the area.
In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel’s surroundings. For guests’ convenience, airport pickup can be arranged.
This hotel is consistently one of the most popular choices for travelers to Coron.
Wi-Fi in designated areas
Airport pickup service
|ROOM CATEGORY||DAILY ROOM RATES|
|REGULAR SEASON||PEAK SEASON|
|SUPERIOR ROOM||PHP 4,830||PHP 5,880|
|DELUXE ROOM||PHP 5,922||PHP 6,972|
|PREMIER DELUXE ROOM||PHP 7,770||PHP 8,820|
|FAMILY ROOM||PHP 9,870||PHP 10,920|
|HONEYMOON SUITE||PHP 8,190||PHP 9,240|
• Daily breakfast (ala carte or buffet)
• Free shuttle service from & going to Airport only (Arrival/Departure)
• Complimentary bottled water & coffee (based on the allotted room occupancy)
• Wi-Fi internet access in selected areas
• Private toilette with hot & cold shower
• Safety deposit box
• Minibar (except for Superior Room)
• Complimentary welcome drinks
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
- Extra Person: PHP 1,800 (7 yrs. old & above)
- Child Policy: Children 4-6 years old sharing the same bed with parents are free of charge for the room accommodation. Breakfast shall be charged at a rate of PHP 250.00++ per child per meal and shuttle service of PHP 150.00 per child per way.
- Peak Season Dates:
– December 20, 2018 – January 7, 2019 (Christmas/New Year’s Season)
- February 5-8, 2019 (Chinese New Year)
- April 18-21, 2019 (Lenten Season)
- April 1 – May 15, 2019 (Summer Season)
- October 30 – November 2, 2019 (All Saints Day)
- December 20 – January 20, 2020 (Christmas/New Year’s Season)
- 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: December 2019
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.