La Natura Resort
- 2 Reviews
- 0 Recommend
- 2 Reviewers
₱3,700 - ₱4,700
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- Garage, Reserved
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- Extra Beds for Infant 0-2 years:
- Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
- Extra Beds for Children 3-5 years:
- Stay for free if using existing bedding
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Most Recent Reviews
Pros: Secluded yet intimate. A great place to stay if you really want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the town.
Cons: A 15 minute (bumpy) tricycle ride to town that would set you back P150 (at the time of this writing). No cellular signal for Globe subscribers.
We stayed at La Natura last June 26-29. From the airport, there are shuttle services that would take you to your accommodation for the price of P200/person.
Upon check-in, we were greeted with welcome drinks (Fresh and Cold Calamansi Juice – YUM!). We stayed at Room 102 which faces the restaurant and is near the reception. The room is big and the bathroom is generous in size. A pitcher of water is also provided in the room which you can ask them to refill from time to time.
There’s no air conditioning which made me a bit hesitant but it wasn’t a problem at all. The place is surrounded by lots of trees and lush greens. The big ceiling fan helps too to make the room airy and breezy.
Breakfast is included in the room rate. You can choose from American, European or Filipino Breakfast. Serving size (for breakfast) is okay. Go for the fresh calamansi juice! ;) We also ate some meals at their restaurant, food tastes good. They were nice because they accommodated our lunch request during our last day there. Big servings for their viands can be expected.
We also availed the Private Tours from La Natura – Combination of Tour A/B and the Coron Town Tour. A bit pricey for the island hopping tour but recommended especially if you don’t want to feel rushed. Availing the Private Tour means we get too choose what to eat during lunch and what to drink (A bottle of fresh calamansi juice is a must!). Towels were also provided for our convenience. Entrance fees for each destination is also covered. Snorkels included.
Overall, it’s a nice play to stay albeit it’s away from the town proper. It makes up by giving warm and hospitable service.
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Going to La Natura Resort will take you a lot of patience since it's far from the city proper and you have to go through a rocky, "powdery" road during sunny or muddy road whenr raining but once you get inside this place, you'll get mesmerized and all you can say is "PARADISE"! You will instantly fall in love once you see it. The place has no signal unless you go up the treetop which also gives ocassional signal for Smart users. Their cottages are designed as modern bahay kubo. Clear sliding door and windows which are only covered with white curtains to cover and nipa as roof. There are no cabinets. You can place your clothes and other belongings at the back of the wall behind the head rest. No need for fan especially at night since the breeze keeps it cool.
Outside, you'll see the beautiful scenery. There is a resting area where you can relax, meditate, enjoy the nature, a pool in the middle of the resort, a mini resting area at the back where you can hear the sound of the water in the river and chirping of the birds. You can go to the treetop to see the whole view of the resort (that's where I took the attached picture). The restaurant/dining area is just beside the reception where each cottage is assigned with a specific table. Breakfast is included in the package. You can choose from Filipino or American breakfast menu.
The owner of La Natura is an Italian so we tried thier pastas. I already forgot what we ordered but we loved all of them! Their sandwiches are also a must! Our fave was the ham and cheese. I think we almost ordered it every night! Hahaha!
I highly recommend this resort if you really want to be "home outside of your home".
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