Marina de Bay

Tuesday, August 14, 2012




 


























This is the place where we stayed in Palawan. I apologize that I was not able to take photos of the cabin room because we were just to excited to jump on the beds. But I tell you, the place is amazing! If you are looking for a place in Palawan wherein you can just relax and achieve peace, you should stay here. The ambiance and the facilities are perfect for a stress-free trip and relaxation. I definitely enjoyed my stay there. We pretty much dominated the place and like owned it for a few days. The only downside of the place is that it was too far from the city but they have a service that can drop you off and pick you up in the city which is a cool bargain already.

My favorite was the ship. A lot of tourists are pretty much amazed by that attraction. People think it is really a ship but what they didn't know is that has some of the hotel's rooms and a bar on the top most floor. It was clean and it has that "Titanic" dream feel I have always wanted to experience.

The staff were just so nice and accommodating. They were all very friendly and will definitely assist you whenever you needed it. We were also lucky to have met the owner and have told us the story of pretty much everything we saw. From the hotel's history to the ship. He is very hands on which is what I really admired.

You should visit the place when you have the chance!

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