Bravo Beach Resort Siargao

Tourism Rd., General Luna, Surigao del Norte

Bravo Beach Resort Siargao
4.3
4.5 Stars

3 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 3 Reviews
  • 35 Recommend
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Category:
Hotel
Business Hours
Open 24 Hours
Phone
+639998778518

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Wi-Fi:
Free
Parking:
Parking Lot

Facilities

Hotel Star Rating:
1

Accommodations

Complimentary Breakfast:
Yes
Safety Deposit Boxes:
Yes
Laundry Service:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Marjorie G.
5.0 Stars
7

I found Bravo Beach Resort on a travel booking app. It is located in General Luna; this is where you should stay if you want to do some surfing. When you search for good accommodation in Siargao you will find Kermit on top of that list. I meant to stay there following my friends’ advice but it’s fully booked. Maybe Kermit is amazing, but I cannot say I feel sorry that I didn’t stay there. I liked Bravo a lot, I think it’s perfect. I went to Kermit for dinner and aside from the fact that it takes an effort getting there due to the poor road condition where it stood, it is also not beach-front. There’s a reason why people love beach-front accommodation; the view of the beach cannot be beaten.

Bravo has an in-house restaurant, which is among the must-go places for good food in Siargao. Their most recommended dish happened to be the one that I tried for lunch, the peri peri chicken ₱240 ($4.75). It’s a must-try, the chicken meat is tender and well-seasoned.

Right in the resort’s backyard is a beach that is bare and beautiful. The view alone makes dining at the resto such a pleasurable experience. There is also a small swimming pool.

I was very much impressed with the room; I love the minimalist design. The bunk beds are made of thick sturdy wood that they don’t shake even if somebody climbs up on the top bed. The toilet and shower are separated, the doors can be closed by a wooden latch. Across the shower/toilet is a long concrete sink, below a huge rectangular mirror.

There are tall closets with hangers, each bed has an electric outlet and a night light, the bed is thick and not too soft, sheets and pillowcases smell fresh, and they also provide a bath towel and a beach towel for their guests.

For my 2-night stay, I paid ₱3561.46 ($70.45), pretty cheap if you ask me considering the lovely amenities, the cordial staff, and complimentary breakfast.

I would still choose to stay at Bravo when I return to Siargao.

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Jae A.
4.0 Stars
5

Best Paella I'm the area. 128076🏽

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Julie L.
4.0 Stars
9

Another beautiful resort in Siargao. Since our boat tour didn't push through due to the weather, we decided to have some drinks and chill at this resort's restaurant.

Sangria pitcher only costs around 400PHp and it's great for sharing. Then we ordered several pica picas:
Surtido de Ibéricos (600PHp) mix of all cold cuts
Croquetas de Pollo (130PHp) crisp and flavorful filling
Patatas Bravas (150PHp) wedge style fries
Boquerones (150PHp) fresh sardines marinated in olive oil and seasonings
Calamares (180PHp) fresh squid perfectly cooked in their own batter.

Alll dishes were delicious. 128523

Their pool was a bit small like a jacuzzi for a barkada size group lol

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