Get allured by this Spanish beauty

Sophia’s lush garden setting.

Sophia’ s Garden Resort, a seven-minute ride from the main town of Coron, Palawan, is straight from a fairytale book. It’s an elegant Hispanic outdoor space full of greens and fruit-bearing trees and has a landscaped courtyard with outdoor gazebos, wrought iron chairs and tables and swing sets. At the heart of the property are a fire pit and a pool with Jacuzzi surrounded by wicker seating and loungers. It even gets more romantic at night when lights draped on trees are lit.

It can get cold and night in Coron and this ingenious fire place can bring some warmth

All 22 rooms are set in a standalone structure with roof tiles, rustic wood, lattice windows, colonial deck balustrade, and a stucco finish—a nod to old Spanish-style homes.

Sleep

The Honeymoon Suite

There are 22 rooms but the Honeymoon Suite is a standout. It has all the right recipe for ultimate comfort— spacious, balcony with views of the lush garden, a king-size bed, sleeper sofa, a mini bookshelf filled with good reads, and a spacious bathroom with walk-in shower and complete set of toiletries.

Eat

Pinakbet with tagunton (vegetable and baby shrimp stir fry)

Enjoy international comfort food, Asian fusion, and classic Filipino favorites prepared using ingredients indigenous to Coron at in-house restaurant El Comidor. Must try are the chef’s original recipe bagnet kare-kare with sauce made from cashew, grilled to-perfection stuffed squid, pinakbet with tagunton (vegetable and baby shrimps stir fry) and shrimp in sour soup served with fresh vegetables.

Drink

Coffee, fruit shakes, canned juice, soda, beer, wine (whites and reds) and cocktails.

Do

The resort offers islandhopping activities and tour packages through its in-house tour operator Amika Travel and Tours.

Honeymoon Suite starts at Php8500 (USD162) per night
Callalilyhotelsandresorts.com/sophiasgardenresort
Mobile: 63917 543 5775, +639939 915 0274

Get there
SkyJet flies up to 4x daily to Coron, Palawan. Book a SkyJet flight now.

Photos by Daniel Soriano