Thursday, March 14, 2013

Alona Tropical Beach Resort

Alona Tropical Beach boasts of the most spectacular beachfront in Panglao, Bohol

Alona Tropical Beach Resort beckons you to God’s Little Paradise the moment you arrive.

The homey resort is one of the best found in Alona Beach, Panglao, Bohol. The beach, by the way, is named after movie actress Alona Alegre who shot the movie "Esteban " with FPJ back in the mid 70's here in Bohol

Alona Tropical Beach Resort truly lives up to its name for the whole place is a veritable South Pacific isle with a profusion of lush foliage and verdant scenery




The resort boasts of a two storey museum that houses a treasure trove of antiques and mementos from the past. 

Priceless chinaware, lamps of different sizes and shapes and religious icons whose combined estimated market value worth a king's ransom are all found in the ground floor. 

On the second floor are rooms that feature four poster beds with intricate carvings and details, antiquated sewing machines and other relics.

Alona Tropical Beach Resort boasts of having the most spectacular beachfront in the entire four kilometer stretch of Alona Beach.  

Dine and wine with the spectacular beachfront only a few steps away.

Of course, a visit to Alona Tropical Beach Resort isn't complete if one doesn't take a dip in the cool and inviting waters of its awesome pool

For me, the best assets of Alona Tropical Beach Resort that make guests and visitors come back over and over again are its courteous and friendly staff who make sure that one's stay is truly enjoyable and unforgettable

Not a surprise considering that the resort is owned by two of Panglao Island's most notable community leaders and public figures, Tatay Frank Montero and Nanay Nila Paredes- Montero whose business philosophy is customer service- oriented combined with sincerity , honesty and hospitality

Bb. Pilipinas- Universe Joyce Ann Burton with Nanay Nila Montero & yours truly. 
Photo Credit: Ron Titular
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