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Achieve Your Feed Goals at This Santorini-Inspired Boutique Hotel

by Ginyn Noble
September 18, 2018

Distinct white and cobalt blue décor, minimalist furnishings, and serene views—these are the signature features of a stay in Santorini.

The unique beauty of the villas make it such a dreamy getaway spot, and a few local establishments have tried to emulate the look and vibe of the destination.

The good news is that you no longer have to book a long-haul flight just to get a taste of Santorini. Instead, you can head to Palawan and stay at the picturesque new haven in Coron Town that took inspiration from the Grecian gemThe Palladium Hotel. This charming boutique hotel is just five minutes from the town proper and about 30 minutes away from the Busuanga Airport.

The adults-only accommodations ensure you get a truly quiet and peaceful stay, whether you're traveling with friends or family members or enjoying a romantic getaway. PSA: It’s especially perfect for couples looking for honeymoon-worthy headquarters in Coron.

Choose from amazing rooms that cater to your needs and ideal retreat feel. There are different room types available, including a Deluxe Twin Stay and Superior Queen Room.

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If you feel like treating yourself, splurge on a Versace Suite decked with two luxurious queen beds, as well as linens, bath amenities, and home accessories from the Versace Home Collection. Each room is also designed with plush, relaxing interiors and a Greek-inspired wall mural that can be a posh backdrop for indoor photo shoots.

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The opulence doesn’t stop there. Palladium Hotel has an in-house café called Dior, which serves sumptuous complimentary breakfast to guests. Dior Café serves mainly Mediterranean cuisine and is open for lunch, dinner, high tea, and cocktail hour. You could even enjoy the latest hits while dining, or listen to some Mediterranean music to complete your Greek experience in Coron.

You can also go for a refreshing swim in the outdoor pool or chill at the poolside Taverna Bar. The garden and terrace, both open to guests, are the perfect places to snap away for a vibrant-looking Instagram feed. There are also massage services you can book for a pampering sesh that'll melt all your worries away.

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The massage will come in handy at the end of a long and busy day, especially if you plan to fully explore Coron and all it has to offer. The island is rife with diverse features and thrilling activities—among the many reasons it was hailed one of the World’s Best Islands in 2018 by Travel + Leisure. Various island hopping tours await your adventurous spirit, where you can feast your eyes on spectacular sights and sites such as Kayangan Lake, Siete Picados, and the Twin Lagoon. Photos rarely do them justice, so the best way to appreciate their grand, awe-inspiring beauty is really to experience them for yourself.

RELATED: 72 Hours in Coron: An Itinerary

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Aside from marveling at these natural wonders, you can also go shipwreck diving, or soak your troubles away at the Maquinit Hot Spring. If trekking is your thing, make a trip to Mt. Tapyas and get rewarded with a breathtaking view of the island. Of course, don’t forget to swim and take lots of vibrant photos at the picturesque Cabo Beach. For souvenirs or treats you can take home, you can make a stop at Escarda’s Cashew Harvest and hoard as many packs of these addictive nuts you can carry.

Tours to Coron’s must-visit sites can also be arranged with Palladium Hotel, which is situated near the local landmarks. Guests can also make arrangements for transfers from and to the airport—just ask the warm and friendly staff for help, and they’ll be happy to accommodate you! The boutique hotel ensures you make the most of your stay and have a hassle-free vacation, easily securing it a spot on the list of the best accommodations in Coron, Palawan.

How to Get to Coron:

There are various ways to reach Coron from Manila. One option that budget travelers highly recommend is taking a ferry. Although the trip takes around 11 hours, a roundtrip ticket for an air-conditioned cabin with an on-board meal can cost as low as ₱700 if you're luck enough to snag a promo fare (regular one-way tickets cost about ₱900).

Another way to reach Coron is by taking a flight to Busuanga Airport. From the seaport or airport, you can ride a tricycle or book a shuttle to your hotel.

Palladium Hotel
National Highway, Brgy. 6
Coron, Palawan
(0956) 962 2503
(0921) 670 0021

Make the most out of your Coron trip with the help of our Coron Travel Guide.

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About Ginyn
Ginyn is an ajumma at heart but a Pinoy tita by blood. She dreams of touring all the dreamy islands of the Philippines and the ones beyond it with her ahjussi.

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