Amorita Resort Review

Amorita Resort Review

It was in May 2008 when I had the chance to visit Bohol for a 4 days / 3 nights stay. Our trip to Bohol was totally unexpected so we didn’t have much time to plan the whole trip. A week before our trip, I already started looking for an accommodation in Panglao Island and I was quite surprised of their rates – most of which are really quite expensive.

While I was searching the Internet for a nice place to stay in Panglao Island, I stumbled upon this stylish and very elegant resort – Amorita Resort. Amorita, which means “little love” in Spanish is owned by the 28-year old Ria Hernandez-Cauton. The resort is nestled atop a beach sided cliff which offers spectacular and breathtaking views of the sky and Panglao Island’s Alona White Beach. It is quite new since it was built just 2 years ago, I think.

Amorita Resort - Bohol

As of August 2009, the price of each room ranges between P5,600 – P11,200 during lean season but these rates could go up to P8,400 – P15,120 during peak season. And since we cannot afford to get a villa, we decided to avail their Deluxe Room with the following inclusions:

*Please note that these inclusions are based on our May 2008 trip.

  • 4 days / 3 nights Deluxe Room Accommodation
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Roundtrip Airport Transfers
  • A choice of – Complimentary use of Kayak and Snorkel Equipment OR One (1) hour full body massage
  • Welcome drink and cold towel upon arrival
  • Vat and Local Government Taxes

As we arrived at Tagbilaran Airport, the driver was already outside waiting for us. He was holding a placard with the Amorita sign on it and as we approached him, he welcomed us, took our things and assisted us towards the van. The resort was just a 30-45 minute drive from the airport and as we reached the resort, we were then brought to the reception area. The staff of the resort welcomed us, handed us our cold towels and welcome drinks then assisted us to our room.

Amorita Resort - Welcome Drink Amorita Resort - Walkway Amorita Resort - Walkway
Amorita Resort - Garden Amorita Resort - Walkway Amorita Resort - In front of the Reception Area

As we walked toward our room and passed by the tropical gardens around the resort, I was completely stunned by the beauty of the place – good location, great landscaping and architecture, nice and clean surroundings, spectacular views and a whole lot more. This resort was truly a good place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. To add to these, our stay at Amorita Resort was really way beyond our expectations.

The next time I go back to Bohol, I will still consider staying on this resort, and hopefully by that time I can now afford stay on one of their villas.


Amorita resort has more than 30 spacious and classy rooms designed with fine furnitures made and arranged by internationally-recognized Filipino craftsmen.

Amorita Resort - Deluxe Rooms Amorita Resort - Deluxe Room Corridor Amorita Resort - Deluxe Room
Amorita Resort - Deluxe Room Bed Amorita Resort - Deluxe Room Sink Amorita Resort - Deluxe Room Toilet
Amorita Resort - Deluxe Room Sofa Amorita Resort - Deluxe Room Balcony Amorita Resort - Other Accommodations

Here are the facilities available on each room:

Ocean View Villas Garden View Villas
– 120 square meters per villa with its own pocket garden
– Private “plunge pool”
– Veranda / Sundeck
– King-sized bed
– Silhouette and night blinds
– A breakfast nook and daybed
– Overhead ceiling fan
– Wide-screen LCD cable TV
– I-pod docking station
– 120 square meters per villa with its own pocket garden
– Private “plunge pool”
– Veranda / Sundeck
– King-sized bed
– Silhouette and night blinds
– A breakfast nook and daybed
– Overhead ceiling fan
– Wide-screen LCD cable TV
– I-pod docking station
Deluxe Rooms Sky Rooms
– 35 square meters per room
– 2 queen-sized beds
– Veranda (for ground-level units) or a balcony (for second-level units)
– Cable TV
– 1 queen-sized bed
– Cable TV

Aside from the facilities listed on the table above, all rooms are also equipped with the following:

  • Hot and cold shower system
  • Individually-controlled split air-conditioning unit
  • Coffee and tea service
  • Mini bar refrigerator
  • Safety deposit vault
  • Telephone connection and PABX system
  • Smoke detectors
  • Hairdryer

Other Facilities & Amenities

Sunbathing Chairs at Amorita Resort Amorita Resort Sunbathing Chairs at Amorita Resort
Amorita Resort - Cliffside View Deck Amorita Resort - Infinity Pool Amorita Resort Pool
View of Alona White Beach from Amorita Resort Amorita Resort Entrance from Alona White Beach View of Amorita Resort from Alona White Beach

  • Infinity Swimming Pool
  • Pool Bar / Juice Bar
  • Restaurant for all day-dining
  • Wellness Spa (Under Construction)
  • Function Room Facilities
  • WI-FI facilities
  • Tour and Transportation Assistance
  • Private Garden for each Villa
  • Landscaped Grounds and Gardens
  • Dive Shop

Check in Time: 2:00 pm
Check out Time: 12.00 nn


The staff of Amorita Resort in Bohol had been very warm and courteous to us all through out our stay. They had been very attentive and were customer-service oriented. Other than that, their representatives in Manila had also been very friendly and kind to us that they attended to all our queries and assisted us through out our booking and reservation.

Saffron Restaurant

Nearby the Amorita Resort’s infinity pool is the resort’s Saffron Restaurant. The restaurant was named after the magnificent color of the sunset which can be best viewed while one lounges and enjoys the relaxing ambiance in the restaurant.

Saffron Restaurant Entrance Saffron Restaurant Saffron Restaurant by night

The breakfast at Saffron Restaurant includes a buffet of drinks, fruits, a sandwich bar with homemade breads, a congee or soup section, and an egg station and a French toast/pancake station. The guests may also choose from a wide selection of Filipino, American and Continental foods. Aside from these, the restaurant also offers sumptuous Boholano foods for their guests.

A complimentary WIFI access is also available within the restaurant.

Getting There

Amorita Resort is situated in Bohol, a province in the Visayas Region of the Philippines. It is accessible by a 30-45 minute travel by land from Tagbilaran airport or by a 35-minute travel from the Bohol sea port.

Escorted transfers are also available at the resort.

Contact Details

For inquiries and reservations you may contact Amorita Resort directly at:

Manila Sales & Reservations Office

Address: Unit 1632 City and Land Mega Plaza, ADB Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Telephone Nos: (+63 2) 687-3641 / (+63 2) 914-0585 / (+63 2) 914-1728 / (+63 2) 914-1527
Fax No: (+63 2) 914-0584
Mobile Nos: (+63 917) 861-9441 / (+63 922) 859-3403
Email Address:

Bohol Office

Address: Easter A. Lim Drive, Brgy. Tawala, Panglao, Bohol, Philippines 6340
Telephone Nos: (+63 38) 502-9001 to 03
Fax No: (+63 38) 502-9002

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28 responses to “Amorita Resort Review

  1. comment-333
    Wayne Post author

    Spark: Oo nga eh, pero sulit naman ang ibabayad ninyo kasi sobrang ganda ng place and sobrang ganda ng service na makukuha ninyo sa mga staff ng resort. 😀

    Father: Really? Nagbago na ang isip ko, the next time na pumunta ako ng Bohol, makikitira na lang din ako sa mga kamag-anak mo. 😛

    Cindy: Makakapunta ka rin dun. 😉

    Thanks FilipinoInfo for the RT. 😀

  2. comment-337
    Wayne Post author

    Hey Mi! Uu, medyo mahal talaga. Ok rin, at least inde masyadong crowded. Hehehe! Bihira nga akong makakita ng tao nung andun kami eh. Kaya parang solo mo yung buong resort. 😀

  3. comment-346
    Wayne Post author

    Hehehe! Resort pa lang yan. Hintayin mo ang next entry namin about Bohol. Maiinlove ka rin talaga sa lugar na yun. 😀

  4. comment-357

    Wow! That was really a very nice resort. Unfortunate for me, I was not able to visit it during my Bohol trip. I don’t even get the chance to see the Chocolate Hills 🙁

  5. comment-361
    Wayne Post author

    Madz: Waaattt?! Not seeing the resort is okay but not seeing the Chocolate Hills in Bohol is really frustrating. 🙁 Sayang naman yun. Where did you go there then? :o)

  6. comment-365

    Wayne and Icey,

    That was a a beautiful resort! Unfortunately, I didn’t see that when I last went to Bohol back in June of 2007 (me thinks lol).

    What I like best was snorkeling at the fish sanctuary. The island tour only comes in next to my favorite list. BTW, wre you able to sample the food at the bee farm? It’s like the equivalent of Sonya’s Garden in Tagaytay with their organic food. Brings back gustatory memories. he he he.


  7. comment-366
    Wayne Post author

    Hey Doc Z,

    We were not able to visit the Bee Farm cause we didn’t have much time. 🙁 We stayed there for 4 days but it was like this – Day 1 (arrived in the evening), Day 2 (it rained whole day), Day 3 (Land Tour) and Day 4 (went back to Manila) :-/ So we were not able to really visit the other places. 🙁

  8. comment-377

    wow! complete info! galing! 🙂
    when you’ll go back to bohol, try to visit balicasag island in panglao ha.. nice place and best island for snorkling 🙂

  9. comment-385
    Wayne Post author

    Hi Freda,

    Yup, sure yan! Hindi ko na pwedeng makalimutan yang Balicasag Island na yan. Sayang talaga yung 1day na umulan kasi supposed to be yun yung araw ng Day Tour namin then yung 3rd day sana namin ang Balicasag Tour. Kaso dahil umulan, kinulang tuloy kami sa oras. 🙁

    Thanks! Thanks! 😀

  10. comment-409

    Hi. May I ask if ok na yung de luxe room? I am thinking of booking a room to relax. Been thinking of a lot of things lately. haayy..

    If i get the de luxe room, on which floor should i stay? maybe in terms of view and privacy. hehe

    thanks. 🙂

  11. comment-413
    Wayne Post author

    Hi allforthebaby,

    Yeah, the deluxe room is ok. The room is very nice and spacious. Hindi siguro sya kasing ganda nung mga villas, pero pwede na rin. 😀 I suggest, you get those that are on the 2nd floor para meron kayong balcony and maganda yung view ninyo sa taas. 😀

  12. comment-435

    I’m heading off to Panglao, Bohol this November for the 3rd time. This time I want to try Amorita. I hope by that time they’ll have good packages for accommodations. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing the photos.

  13. comment-439
    Wayne Post author

    Hi Dyosa! That’s nice. I hope you can stay in this hotel too. You’ll surely have a great time.

    You’re welcome. 🙂

  14. comment-862

    hi question naman po…nun nag stay kayo dito nakita mo po ba kung me mga kainan malapit dito or dito lang din kayo sa resto nila nag lunch and dinner? kasi baka super mahal naman ng mga food sa resto plan namin sa labas n lang kumain… thanks thanks…

  15. comment-866
    Wayne Post author

    Hi Jen,

    May mga kainan malapit dito kasi along Alona Beach naman yung Amorita. Kaso mahal din yung mga foods malapit sa kanya. Although alam ko may mga mura rin sa bandang dulo. 😀

  16. comment-1191

    u can try Panglao Island resort, mas maganda pa, pero more expensive, 5k per person per night, but i suggest you just get the day tour 🙂

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