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New hotel opens in Coron

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Two Seasons recently unveiled Coron Bayside Hotel, the third property under Two Seasons’ hotel and resorts, the two other being Two Seasons Boracay and Coron Island Resort and Spa.

Nestled in the heart of Coron, it elevates vacations in the island by being the only first-rate accommodation in town with views of both the bay and the town.

Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel is a newly-opened property in Coron.

Two Seasons Coron Bayside Hotel is a newly-opened property in Coron.

Accommodations include the comfortable Standard, the plush Bayview, the opulent Bayview Deluxe and the luxurious grand Panorama Suites. All rooms are spacious and elegantly designed. Free Wi-Fi is readily available in the whole hotel while there are cribs for those travelling with babies.

If you are on a working vacation, the hotel’s conference room can accommodate up to 130 people. There is also a well-equipped gym and a souvenir shop.

Visitors must not miss the infinity pool. Whether you want to swim in the morning and bask in the sunshine while enjoying a panoramic view of Coron Bay or simply relax in the late afternoon and watch the picturesque sunset, the experience is sure to be inspiring.

Inside the new hotel.

Inside the new hotel.

Meals are to be savored as much as the island holiday. With this, the hotel elevated the tropical dining experience with Baya Resto Lounge’s beautifully-crafted wooden seats and jellyfish-like ceiling lights. Its menu of local and international dishes offers sumptuous all-day breakfast.

The hotel links its guests to Coron’s rich history and other beautiful attractions by way of specially-arranged day trips. These include visits to Culion, Kayangan Lake (touted to be the country’s own Blue Lagoon), Sangat Wreck and Siete Pecados and lunch at Banol beach.

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