Isis Bungalows

Alona Beach, Panglao, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Alona Beach, Panglao, is near Punta Cruz Watch Tower.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsIsis Bungalows Panglao

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    A little gem in a varied minefield

    Reviewed May 14, 2013
    by (11 reviews) , Thailand Flag of Thailand

    Isis Bungalows are located in a prime position on Panglao Beach. In a more developed global location, the position could scarcely be bought, such is its specialness. As it is, other accommodation establishments stretch either side of Isis with greatly varied attraction and service. The area has all the typical Filipino mix of loveliness and ordinariness. Be that as it may, once inside the grounds of Isis, travellers can relax in a beautifully maintained garden area with immediate access to a wonderful powder beach and a vista of local boats in a scintillating sea with a reef and distant islands beyond. If that view ever begins to pall, retreat can be made to the small but perfectly clean and practical bungalows or the charming little restaurant where good Thai food is served either in a sheltered area or outside under the palms. The price is reasonable, the young people serving are polite and happy and every client who stays here should leave with a lighter heart and happier disposition.

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