The rooms at Two Seasons Coron Island Resort & Spa offer various types of bungalows, each with its unique features and settings to suit the guests’ preferences.
The Mountain Bungalows are situated in tropical gardens and hardwood trees, a short walk away from the beach. These bungalows feature one king bed on the lower level, an elevated level that leads to the mini-bar, and a verandah.
The Seaview Bungalows are angled towards or facing the sea from the upper portion of the resort, providing stunning views. These bungalows feature one king bed, an elevated level that leads to the mini-bar, and a verandah overlooking the sea.
The Hilltop Bungalows are set on the highest part of the resort, providing excellent views and ideal for a small family or group of friends. These bungalows feature two queen beds, a dining table with seating for four, and a verandah. Note that this room type is not advisable for guests with physical limitations, as some units may require more than 25 steps to reach the bungalow.
The Beach Bungalows are located on the beachfront or beach/poolside, providing spacious comfort and convenience of being in the center of all resort facilities. These bungalows feature one king bed, a 55-inch LCD TV, and a front patio steps away from the beach or pool.
The Island Tip Bungalows are located on the island’s tip adjacent to the sandbar, providing views of the west- and east-side beaches. These bungalows feature one king bed with an elegant headboard made with aged wood discarded from old railroad tracks, a 55-inch LCD TV, a verandah with outdoor plunge pool overlooking the sunset ocean, a few steps from the beach cove, and a bathroom with a giant, ceiling-mounted rainshower and a folding glass door that leads to the outdoor plunge pool. A main door leads to the thatched-roof cottages on the sunrise beach.
The Sandbar Bungalow is the only one of its kind on the island, located on the pointed tip of the island where the sandbar connects to the islet of Bulog Dos. This bungalow features one king bed with an elegant headboard made with aged wood discarded from old railroad tracks, a sliding door from the bedside that opens to a verandah with an outdoor plunge pool built and blended with natural rocks, a lounge sofa, another sliding door that opens to a second verandah facing sunrise, a remote-controlled curtain system, and a bathroom with a glass-walled shower with natural outdoor rocks as landscape and 400 mm jumbo rainshower. The Sandbar Bungalow provides breathtaking, unobstructed east and west views of the ocean and surrounding islands.