Amorita stands high on a cliff at the eastern end of Alona Beach, where it commands wonderful views of the beach and the sea beyond. Amorita is an intimate boutique hotel and as its name suggests, is perfect for honeymooners with a romantic atmosphere.
At a Glance
Really great resort for honeymooners as there is an emphasis on love as suggested in the name of the resort
Great base from which to explore the surrounding area such as the renowned chocolate hills
The villas are very private and are complete with their own plunge pool
There is direct access down to Alona Beach
Thoughtful and caring staff really make a stay here unique
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Amorita is a boutique getaway resort on Panglao Island, overlooking the stunning Alona Beach. It is a quieter and more tranquil destination than Boracay but there is still some atmosphere with the nearby restaurants, shops and bars should you wish to find it.
The villas are designed so you don't even have to leave them if you don't want to. You can enjoy room service, in-room massages and you even have your own plunge pool and small veranda. If you want to refresh in a bigger pool, the infinity beside the restaurant is very welcoming!
The grounds at Amorita are immaculate and very green! You can enjoy a meal in the garden, or sit under a tree with a good book whilst looking out to the glistening sea beyond. To get to the beach, there is a small staircase which leads you from the grounds and down to Alona Beach itself.
Amorita's location is ideal for exploring the wonders of Panglao and Bohol. For sun worshippers you can enjoy some of the best beaches in the Philippines, Momo beach is particularly special as it remains very much unspoiled. If you are fascinated by marine life, head underwater to explore it by diving or snorkeling, alternatively you can stay above water and watch dolphins. Amorita also provides a superb Bohol sightseeing tour which takes you to the main attractions in the province, such as the Chocolate Hills, the man-made Forest and to see the Tarsier monkeys. At night, there are several bars and restaurants nearby for you to venture to, or you can of course stay within the quiet vicinity of the hotel and enjoy a private dinner for two.
The rooms and villas at Amorita have a modern design using traditional materials. The villas are very private with a sliding door leading to a veranda with its own plunge pool. The Garden Villas have more tropical views but share the same amenities as the Ocean View Villas which look out to sea.
The twenty Deluxe Rooms are located in a two-storey building near the rear of the property and they are furnished with two queen-size beds.
Amorita welcomes families and they have a special kids program which includes activities such as finger painting, pizza-making, film-showing and origami. Babysitting can also be arranged upon request.
Saffron Restaurant and Bar is Amorita's signature dining venue. It is located next to the swimming pool and enjoys the saffron colored sky at sunset, hence its name. There is a relaxed atmosphere with woven furniture and a menu comprising Bohol provincial cuisine which includes delicious fresh fish.
Amorita has an inviting infinity pool and comfortable sun beds for your relaxation. The grounds are very well maintained and there are many chairs and loungers dotted around the place for your comfort.
Amorita is well-located to enjoy the nearby natural surroundings and the activities that they offer. You can go on a tour to explore the countryside, do some early morning or evening dolphin watching, cruise around the nearby islands on a boat or dive in the marine sanctuary. Visit the quirky chocolate hills and try to find the tiny Tarsier monkeys. Have lunch at the Loboc floating restaurant. Or alternatively you can just enjoy the tranquillity which surrounds the resort or settle yourself down on the unspoiled beaches.
Location & Directions
Amorita is located on Panglao which is in the heart of the Philippines archipelago in the Visayas island group.
When to go
Generally, the dry season runs from November to May, with scattered showers between June and October. January is usually the coolest month, with temperatures averaging about 25°C, and May the hottest, with an average temperature of about 28°C.