Bohol Grand Vacation 2014: Panglao Regents Park Resort

The Arrival

First time ever in Panglao island and we are so excited to go there. We heard so many good things about the place and we are ecstatic to go and enjoy our vacation. From Nisa Traveller’s Inn, we went to the Panglao Terminal and rode a jeep to Tawala. It was a 20-minute travel if you have your own car or private car but we used the public transport to go there that is why it took us almost 1 hour.

Travel route from Downtown Tagbilaran to Panglao Regents Park Resort

Travel route from Downtown Tagbilaran to Panglao Regents Park Resort

At 1:00 pm, we arrived at Panglao Regents Park Resort and checked in immediately. It costs us Php 3,600 for 2 nights, breakfast was not included. This resort was not beachfront, but ideal enough to stay due to its price and only 500 meters away from the Alona beach. Amenities include one swimming pool and gym. They also have a great bar, but online reviews say it’s too expensive but not worth it.

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Enjoying the pool

To be honest, I didn’t care about their pool because, in the first place, all I wanted is the Alona beach. However, given the time and nothing to do for the whole night and it was Good Friday, we decided to enjoy the night in their pool.


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