Bantayan Island Resorts:
The resorts at Bantayan Island range from the extreme budget conscious for less than $12.00 per night at the Bantayan Cottages to the luxurious Villa’s at the Ogtong Cave Resort at a little over $80.00 per night. A beach front Triplex room for two at the Beautiful White Sand Beach resort of Beach Placid will set you back just $40.00 USD per night.
Many of the resorts now offer Wireless Internet service included in your rate. The service is not high speed but adequate to surf the internet and email family and friends.
The Following Resorts Are Listed On This Page:
- Anika Island Resort
- Bantayan Cottages Starting at 500 Peso’s
- Beach Placid Starting at 1,300 Peso’s
- Cou Cou Lodge Starting at 950 Peso’s
- H K Kozy Kottages Starting at 550 Peso’s
- Kota Beach Starting at 700 Peso’s
- Maia’s Beach Resort Starting at 1,850 Peso’s
- Ogtong Cave Resort Starting at 1,600 Peso’s
- Santa Fe Beach Club Resort Starting at 900 Peso’s
- St Bernards Beach Resort Starting at 950 Peso’s
- Tickety Boo Resort Starting at 850 Peso’s
- Tristan’s Resort Starting at 1,000 Peso’s
- Wacoba Haus Just 10,500 per Month
- White Beach Bungalos Starting at 2,200 Peso’s
- Yooneek Beach Resort Starting at 1,090 Peso’s
Anika Island Resort
500 Peso’s per night all year, excluding Holy Week.
The Bantayan Cottages have special weekly and monthly rates that are also available.
The Bantayan Cottages are a quiet resort due to the remote laction of the resort. Hotel guests are alowed to cook their own meals in the kitchen of the main biilding of the hotel. There is also a terrace at each of the cottages. This resort is more of a tropical setting than a beach front resort like many others in the Santa Fe Municipality. If you are looking for a secluded and “Native” location, this resort is for you.
Beach Placid is right on the beach just 5 minutes from the port of Santa Fe where the ferry arrives.
The resort is small and cozy with a delightful staff of helpful and friendly people, many of which have been born and grown up on Bantayan Island. Don’t forget to reserve a scooter to tour the island or just make a trip to one of the other resorts in Santa Fe for lunch. Scooter rentals range from 350 to 450 Peso’s per day, which is about $8-10.00 USD.
F. Roska Street, Santa Fe, Philippines
Beach Front Duplex: Room One
Four persons, air conditioning with hot shower, mini refrigerator, walk in closet, electric stove, microwave, and satelite television.
Regular Season Rate 3,000 Peso’s per night
High Season rate 3,500 Peso’s per night
Holy Week and Easter 7,000 Peso’s per night
Beach Front Duplex: Room Two
Four persons with Air Conditioning, Hot Shower, Mini Refrigerator, Walk in Closet, and Satelite TV.
Regular Season rate 3,000 Peso’s per night
High season rate 3,500 Pesos’s per night
Holy Week and Easter 7,000 Peso’s per night
Beach Front Triplex: Cottages 9,10,11
One Full Size Bed for two persons, Air Conditioning. Only cottage 9 (Blue Room) has hot shower.
Regular Rate 1,500 Peso’s per night
High Season Rate 1,800 Peso’s per night
Holy Week and Easter 4,000 Peso’s per night
Beach Front – Native:
Full Size Bed for Two persons with Air Conditioning
Regular Season rate P1,300/ High season rate P1,500/ Holy Week/Easter P4,000
Non Beach Front: Cottage 7 & 8
Four persons, Air Conditioning, Mini Refrigerator, Satellite TV, Hot shower.
Regular season rate 2,000 Peos’s per night
Highi Season rate 2,500 Peso’s per night
Holy Week and Easter 5,000 Peso’s per night
Non Beach Front: Cottage 4 & 5 (Stilll Near The Beach)
Two persons, Electric Fan, No Air Conditioning
Regualr Season rate 60p Peso’s per night
High Season rate 800 Peso’s per night
Holy Week and Easter 1,500 Peso’s per night
Each Extra persons for an additional mattress 200 Peso’s per night
To Make Reservations for Beach Placid Resort, CLICK HERE
Please mention that you learned about Beach Placid from Bantayan Island.org
Located at the CouCou Bar and Restaurant. This is a newer facility in downtown Santa Fe , only minutes away fromthe white sand beach.
All Rooms From 950 to 1,350 Peso’s per night. There are special weekly and monthly rates available.
The rooms at the Cou Cou Lodge have modern queen size beds, large hot shower, air conditioning, TV with DVD.
One of the nice features of this Lodge is that there is a wonderful restaurant on the premises that serves Filipino and American food. The seating area of the restaurant has free Wi-Fi to use while you are dinning, just bring your laptop or iPad.
Kottages: 550 Peso’s per night with fan, no air conditioning, including a mini refrigerator
Kottages: 750 Peso’s per night with Air Conditioning, includes a mini refrigerator
Family Room: 250 Peso’s per night, per person that can accomodate nine people. Includes Air Conditioning, a mini refrigerator, bunk beds and a queen size bed.
Motorcycle rentals start at 250 Peso’s per day for guests , 350 Peso’s per day for non guests.
Standard room with fan only: 700 Peso’s per night
Superior Cottage with a fan only: 1,079 Peso’s per night
Cottage Double with Air Conditioning 1,260 Peso’s per night
Economy Cottage Row House with Air Conditioning: 1,300 Peso’s per night
Deluxe Cottage, called “The Penthouse” with Air Conditioning: 1,560 Peso’s per night
Superior Cottage with Air Conditioning: 1,700 Peso’s per night
To Make Reservations for Kota Resort, CLICK HERE
Please Mention that you learned about Kota Beach Resort from Bantayan Island.org
All of Maia’s Cottages come with Air Conditioning and twin beds: for 1,850 Pesos per night whcih includes breakfast for two
Breakfast only from 115 to 165 Peso’s
Lunch or Dinner from 145 Peso’s
To Make a Reservation at Mai’s Beach Resort, CLICK HERE
Please mention that you learned about Mai’s Resort from Bantayan Island.org
The Resort at the Ogtong Cave is the nicest resort on the Island. The grounds of this immaculately kept seaside hotel is neatly manicured with deep green bermuda grasses that are lined with pebble stepping stones. Caged island birds sing and whistle as you pass by. Beautiful tropical flowers and lush vegitation inhabit every corner of the areas near the cottages. A pristine blue pool adjacent to the open air restaurant is highlighted by the view of the deep blue and aquamarine water of the ocean at the resorts edge.
A Video From the Ogtong Cave Resort in December of 2010
A Video of the Ogtong Cave and Beautiful Clear Waters Within
Ogtong Cave Resort Rates:
1,600 Peso’s per night for a lovely Cottage without Air Conditioning
3,200 Peso’s per night for the Garden Villa whcih has Air Conditioning, Twin Beds, a Mini Refrigerator and Local Television channels
3,200 Peso’s per night for the Row House that includes Air Conditioning, a Mini Refrigerator and Local Television channels
3,200 Peso’s per night for the Family Room with Air Conditioning, Beds to sleep up to four, and extra side bed, twin beds Television with local channels and a mini refrigerator.
P3,500: Sea View Villa – ref & TV
4,300 Peso’s per night for the Family Room Triple Cottage that includes Air Conditioning, a mini refrigerator and local Television channels
4,300 Peso’s per night for a Deluxe Cottage that includes Air Conditioning, a mini refrigerator and Local Television channels
5,200 Peso’s per night for a Duplex that includes Air Conditioning, a mini Refrigerator and Local Television Channels
7,000 Peso’s per night for the White House. A two Bedroom apartment for up to six people with a kitchen, outside barbeque area and ourside sitting area. Has a double shower, one with hot water the other with just cold water.
16,000 to 18,000 Peso’s per night for the brand new private residence that comes with it’s own private pool and mini waterpark and jacuzzi. A romantic Queen Size Bed, fully furnished with all amenities.
To Make a Reservation for the Ogtong Cave Beach Resort, Call one of the Following Phone Numbers:
Please Mention that you learned about the Ogtong Cave Resort on Bantayan Island.org
900 Peso’s per night for a: Twin Cottage with fan only, no Air Conditioning
1,000 Peso’s per night for a: Triple Cottage with fan, no Air Conditioning
1,200 Peso’s per night for a: Cottage with adjoining room, including Air Conditioning
1,600 Peso’s per night for a Clubhouse Twin, with Air Conditioning
2,000 Peso’s per night for a: Clubhouse Triple with Air Conditioning
2,200 Peso’s per night for a: Clubhouse Quadruple, including Air Conditioning
2,700 Peso’s per night for a: Duplex Triple, including Air Conditioning
To Make a Reservation for the Santa Fe Beach Club, Please call one of the Following Phone Numbers:
Please Mention that you learned about the Santa Fe Beach Resort on Bantayn Island.org
950 Peso’s per night for a Standard Cottage with fan only
1,200 Peso’s per night with Air Conditioning
1,150 Peso’s per night for a Deluxe with fan only
1,400 Peso’s per night with Air Conditioning
1,700 Peso’s per night for a:Big Deluxe room with fan only
2,100 Peso’s per night with Air Conditioning
1,900 Peso’s per night for a Deluxe Beachfront room with fan only
2,300 Peso’s per night with Air Conditioning
To Make a Reservation for St. Bernard’s Beach Resort, Please Call:
63-917-963-6162 Mobile Number
Please Mention that you learned about St. Bernard’s Beach Resort from Bantayan Island.org
850 Peso’s per night for a Fan Room with a double bed
1,300 Peso’s per night for an Air Conditioned Room with a double bed
1,900 Peso’s per night for a Family Room with Air Conditioning that sleeps four people
To Make a Reservation for the Tickety Boo Resort, Please Call:
Please Mention that you learned about the Tickety Boo Resort on Bantayan Island.org
1,000 Peso’s per night fo a Single Room with Air Conditioning that sleeps two people
Peak Season: 1,200 Peso’s per night
1,300 Peso’s per night for a Beach Front room that includes Air Conditioning
Peak Season: 1,500 Peso’s per night
1,500 Peso’s per night for a Family Room, including Air Conditioning
Peak Season: 2,500 Peso’s per night
P2,500: Family Room/2 beds, aircon with TV & fridge (Peak P3,000) Pictured.
To Make a Reservation at Tristan’s Resort, Please Call:
5,900 Peso’s Per seven day week
10,500 Peso’s per Month
Daily Rate: 1,500 Peso’s
This resort has newly built rooms that are completly furnished and come with Air Conditioning, Hot shower, Fan, a Kitchen with Gas Stove, Refrigerator, Satelllite TV and Wi Fi all inclded.
White Beach Bungalows
Rooms Right on the beach at just 2,200 Peso’s per night for all rooms. Also includes TV with DVD and Internet service.
Two newly built concrete Bungalow Style Apartments that are atractively decorated. Price includes Air Conditioning, Fan, Hot Shower, TV and DVD Player, Safe, and a full size Refrigerator.
These beautiful apartment style Bungalos have a large terrace that diplays a beach view.
The Resort includes free Beach Volleyball, Badmitton, Beach Swimming, Maid Service and a shuttle to and from the port at Santa Fe.
The Resort includes Wi-Fi iInternet Service at no extra charge.
Yooneek Beach Resort
1,690 Peso’s per night fo a Standard Room with Air Conditioning and a Sea View from your balcony.
Peak Season 1,890 Peso’s per night.
1,900 Peso’s per night for a Vista Grande Room with Air Conditioning, a Terrace with Ocean View.
Peak Season: 2,790 Peso’s per night.
VIP Suite: 2,900 Peso’s per night.
Peak Season at 4,900 Peso’s per night for an Ocean View with Air Conditioning and Refrigerator.
Fan Room: 1,090 Peso’s per night.
Peak Season: 1,390 Peso’s per night
To Make a Reservation for the Yooneek Beach Resort, Please CLICK HERE
Please Mention that you learned about the Yooneek Beach Resort from Bantayan Island.org
On one particular morning last week, my wife and I walked amongst the nipa huts of a seaside fishing village and began to talk to the humble people who live there. My wife is a native Cebuana from the nearby island of Cebu. She speaks the local language of Bantayan and easily converses with the willing souls who step out of their shanties to welcome us as friends.
As I stood there listening to a language that I know very little of, I gazed into the home of the precious lady who stood with a bright smile speaking to my wife as if she were a long lost friend. What I saw stunned me. Barely a standing structure at all. A home small and thrown together from miscellaneous native island materials. A dirt floor, no running water, hand made palm frawn beds. Cooking utensils laid outside upon open wood fires, heating the days meal. The nutty smell of the smoldering coconut shells used for fuel carried me back a hundred years in my mind to an imagination of what it was like here before any white man had walked these shores. Yet I was standing there today. It was 2010, not 1910, yet nothing has changed much from the way that the people of Bantayan live their daily lives. Except today it is much more difficult to live life on Bantayan Island than it was in 1910.
The fish are not as plentiful, there is little money to buy rice, none for a medical need. Yet the incredibly beautiful children frolic in the blue waters, jump for joy in the green jungle, without a care and always with the biggest smile I think I have ever seen on a child.
I stood in my flip flops trembling and weeping uncontrollably. How is it that such beautiful people exist in this place and no one comes to their aid? I handed three ladies standing now in front of us, all not more than 5 feet tall, 100 pesos each, or about 2 dollars. They lit up with joy as if they had in their hands the winning lottery ticket for a million dollars. 100 pesos would buy their family enough rice for days, they felt instant relief. No worries for their small children for at least awhile. There would be rice and perhaps a few scraps of fish, and that was enough to be thankful for. This is the miracle of Bantayan Island, the people are so very thankful for even the smallest measure of human help or kindness.
As we walked slowly away from our new friends, I continued to cry for several minutes until it hit me that we had the power to change their lives with very little effort. We had been praying about where the Lord would next have us minister after being the pastor of a two small churches in Arizona for the past 14 years.
My wife has always had a heart for her own people, though she came alone to America many years ago and made a hard earned life for herself and the money she sent home to her family. Now just as much an American as I, we both felt a burden to go somewhere that help was needed, but often fleeting.
This is our island now. We decided during those seven days of revelation that it would be our turn to come to this tiny island and give as much as we could to make Jesus known and show His love to a people who are in need of so much.
I am writing to you now about 15 hours ahead of your day. It is 5:15 pm on Monday afternoon in Cebu, about 12:15 am Monday morning in Arizona. While you sleep 120,000 precious people dream of a better life. Not the kind that an American dreams of where they hope to own a nice four bedroom house and at least two paid for cars. These dear ones dream of a home that has a door, windows and a floor. Not made from wood or concrete, but the raw materials of the local coconut tree, woven together into walls complete with a palm woven roof. They dream of a little meat with their rice, and that they would not have to travel to the local well for water to wash their dishes. Perhaps someday someone will help them, their hope springs eternal and joy never departs their face.
If you would like to become a co-laborer with us in reaching the 120,000 precious people of this remote island, You can click on the “Donate” Link below to make a safe and secure online donation.
Teach The Word Ministries appreciates the generosity of people around the world just like you who help us continue to make it possible to give the Gospel of Jesus Christ, The Word of God, Food, Shelter, Clothing and Medical Supplies to these amazing people of Bantayan Island.
THE FOLLOWING 7 MINUTE VIDEO TELLS THE STORY OF HOW AND WHY WE WANT TO HELP THESE PRECIOUS PEOPLE…
Maia’s Beach Resort