Luxury Meets Paradise at the New Two Seasons Resort in Coron

Yes, they have the pizza you love!


 

(SPOT.ph) Whether you’re a Boracay newbie or you already know its powder-white shores by heart, chances are, you’ve heard of Two Seasons Hotel & Resorts—and to an extent, their famous Four Cheese Pizza. Now, you don’t have to brave the Bora crowd to have a taste of the pizza and luxurious island life.  

 


Two Seasons Coron

 

At their newly opened resort in Coron, Palawan, Two Seasons merges first-rate accommodations with the thrilling adventures the quiet island is best known for. And should you long for the chill and laidback vibe at Coron town proper, the resort has direct access to the main road.

 


Because Coron is best known for its diving sites, the breezy open lobby features an underwater theme

 


The infinity pool

 


A closer look of the pool

 


The sunset view by the pool

 

Upon entering, the first thing that greets you is the spectacular panoramic view of Coron Bay; guests taking a dip in the infinity pool also have the same unobstructed view, which looks even more breathtaking once sunset hits.

 


BAYA Resto Lounge

 


The specially customized jellyfish lights at BAYA change color at night

 


 

 Four Cheese Pizza

 


Lobster

 


Lechon Kawali

 

Their restaurant, BAYA, is located right beside the viewing deck and pool. Here, you can chow down on dishes like the Four Cheese Pizza, Lengua Sisig, Lobster Soup, and Lechon Kawali. (If you’re wondering where Two Seasons’ Oyster Sisig is, the bestseller is only available in Boracay, as there are no suppliers of fresh oysters in Coron.)

 


Bay View King Room

 


You can even lounge at the veranda

 

All of the hotel’s 48 rooms come with modern furnishings and amenities, a spacious bath, plush beds, free WiFi, and veranda access. There are 27 rooms with a bay view, but if you’re really looking to splurge, the lavish Panorama Suite is right up your indulgent alley.

 


 

Panorama Suite

 


The Panorama Suite's bath

 

The suite has plenty of living space for a couch and working area, and the king-sized bed allows you to immediately wake up to a gorgeous sunrise and magnificent view of Coron Bay. That same view extends all the way into the bath, where even the bathtub has unparalleled access to the picturesque panorama. The opulence practically tempts you to stay in but trust us on this, you don’t want to miss out on all the island fun. Two Seasons’ unique location is a gateway to Coron’s rich history and pristine turquoise waters.

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Kayangan Lake

 


The entrance to the lake

 


Have a meal by the crystal-clear shore of Atwayan Beach

 


Even the shallow waters are unreal

 

You can arrange for a day trip to the island’s various sights, including: Kayangan Lake, said to be the cleanest lake in the country and hidden behind towering limestone cliffs; Twin Lagoon, nestled in a massive limestone formation called Calis Mountain; Siete Pecados, one of the best snorkeling spots in Coron; and Barracuda Lake, a dive site famous for its changing water temperatures because of the presence of both saltwater and freshwater.

 


 


Skeleton Wreck

 

Thrill-seekers shouldn’t miss out on Coron’s shipwreck sites, which you can also include in your day trip itinerary. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, there’s nothing quite like seeing the well-preserved Japanese WWII shipwrecks amid the spectacular marine life.

 


 

Coron may be a tiny island, but it offers adventures that are larger than life—so much so that when you’re crawling under the covers after a long day of island hopping, chances are, you’re already dreaming of what’s in store for you the next day.

 

Two Seasons Coron is at National Road, Barangay Tagumpay, Coron Town, Palawan. For inquiries and reservations, contact (632) 410-2075 to 80, e-mail bliss@twoseasonsresorts.com, or log on to their official website.

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