Last updated on January 7th, 2019 at 08:04 pm
Malapascua Island is one of our favorite paradise in the Philippines. There are many things to do in Malapascua from snorkeling, diving to amazing day trip to Kalanggaman Island. White sand, crystalline water and amazing sunsets in Malapascua will make you fall in love with this island.
We will write in this guide where to sleep in Malapascua. From cheap hotels in Malapascua to luxury resorts in Malapascua where you can enjoy the experience of Malapascua and the best things it can offer.
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Cheap Hotels in Malapascua
Thresher Cove Dive Resort
The Thresher Cove Dive Resort is one of the most popular cheap hotels in Malapascua. It is located on the seafront in the east center of the island. It offers a good wifi connection, a large pool for which the beaches of Malapascua are not enough, gym and restaurants if you do not feel like going to the south in search of other options. It has super cheap rooms from for less than $20 and even private villas with incredible views. There are dorms avalaible for lessthan $10.
AABANA Beach&Watersport Resort
AABANA Beach & Watersport Resort located where the majority of restaurants and hotels in Malapascua are located. It has offers rooms from only $15 with fan and wifi. Its decoration is quite simple and perhaps the most stylish where to sleep in Malapascua, but the rates it offers make it a very popular place.
Malapascua Budget Inn
Malapascua Budget Inn is one of the most recurrent accommodations among backpackers who travel to Malapascua Island. The facilities are really simple, but the cleanliness is a plus. Friendly staff and the great atmosphere in their common area give many points for the travelers who seeks to save. It has a barbecue area and a shared kitchen, which gives rise to many evenings of sharing dinner and experiences with other backpackers. The shared rooms can be obtained from $8 and private rooms for $30.
Shark Tail’s Dive Resort
This resort used to be called Purple Snapper, but got a new look and overall change thru its new owner. It’s now called Shark Tail’s Dive Resort. This resort is centered about good customer service and quality diving experience. The prices of their rooms starts with the traveler room with fan for only $20 or less. They also take pride in the variety of food at the restaurant they have at the resort. Of course, this is recommended for the ones who would like to try diving since they specialize in it.
Moonlight resort has its own charm. They have plants and trees as well as small huts and swings around the property where people can hang-out. They have free wifi and they can even arrange a babysitter if ever a customer asks for one or in need of one. Their standard room with fan, own toilet and a balcony costs from $32 for single bed and $36 for double bed for two person.
D’ Avila’s Horizon
D’ Avila’s Horizon is a beachfront resort that actually offers room/bed for backpackers. Their cheapest bed are bunk beds for $13 a night and a room for two for $19 only but no breakfast are included. They offer Kayaks, Paddle Boat available for rent. Diving and cliff jumping can also be arranged.
Luxury Resorts in Malapascua
Evolution Dive and Beach Resort
Evolution is a small and friendly owner-operated resort that provides everything you could need to enjoy our great diving, and the holidays. All the rooms are a stone’s throw from the beach and surrounded by palm trees, sand and hammocks. In one of the quietest areas of Malapascua, Evolution offers you a great location to rest, relax and unwind between and after diving. Their rooms costs from $60 to $68 and are very limited.
Tepanee Beach Resort
Tepanee Beach Resort sits on top of a 33 ft² piece of land on Malapascua Island. It provides private beach access and cozy rooms with wooden and bamboo furnishings. Guests can enjoy water sports activities by the beach. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Their rooms starts at $60 and up, free of breakfast!
Hippocampus Beach Resort
Hippocampus Beach Resort also organizes excursions and island tours at an additional charge for the guests who stays at the resort. Guests can also enjoy water sports like snorkeling. PADI and SSI-certified scuba diving is also available at the resort. For more relaxing options, massage services are also available. Free wifi and balcony on rooms with sea view. Rooms starts at $60 for their standard rooms and up!
Malapascua Garden Resort
Offering views of the garden, Malapascua Garden Resort also offers air-conditioned rooms that are fitted with a wardrobe, a 32-inch flat-screen TV, and a safety deposit box. Private bathrooms come with toilet and hot shower facilities. They also provide mosquito net by request of the guests. Resort staff can assist with arrangements for massages, snorkeling, diving and various sightseeing tours. Their super deluxe room starts at $60 and family room starts at $67.
Blue Corals Beach Resort
Located on the shores of Malapascua Beach, Blue Corals Resort features a private beach area where guests can enjoy water sports activities such as snorkeling and fishing. Free Wi-Fi access is available in its public areas. Comfortable rooms are simply fitted with tiled flooring, a fan and a private bathroom with hot/cold shower facility along with free toiletries. You can get the best view in their deluxe suite with sea view for $62 and up, depending on the season.
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We hope that this post has given you the information and insight you needed in your future travel or trip to Malapascua.