Boasting of fine white sand and spacious and luxurious accommodations, Club Agutaya is nestled in the famous Long Beach of San Vicente, Palawan, the Philippines’ longest stretch of white beach reaching 14.5 kilometers.
Club Agutaya is an eco-environmental boutique resort that aims to preserve nature through sustainable operations with the use of solar and LED lights combined with solar and wind power. It is also the first resort in the Philippines to have separate pipes in segregating toilet waste and a Sewage Treatment System that efficiently converts it into reusable water.
Visiting guests can enjoy long walks, sunset watching, and island hopping around the unspoiled island of San Vicente.
Long Beach, Barangay San Isidro
San Vicente, Palawan
For Inquiries & Reservations:
Ma. Theresa Redada
(0917) 898 1048
(0917) 898 1047
About Club Agutaya
The secret of Club Agutaya lies in its goal to balance the beauty of nature by helping preserve it. The boutique resort also prides itself on its Filipino-inspired architecture and eco-friendly efforts, all the more to promote and protect the beauty of Palawan and of the Philippines as well.
Eco-Conscious Tourists: The trouble with transforming a paradise into a tourist haven is that sometimes, it destroys the beauty of nature. With Club Agutaya, that is not the case. This humble boutique resort is as green as can be, with solar and LED lights powered by solar and wind energy. Club Agutaya is also the first Philippine resort to have its own sewage treatment system that converts waste water to clean and usable water. Indeed, it’s more comforting to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature when you know that you are helping preserve its beauty.
Holidayers: Whether you’re a weary employee who wants to take a break from the grind for a while, or someone who finally found the time to take their family to a well-deserved vacation, Club Agutaya is a wonderful choice. You’ll wake up to the twittering of birds and a spectacular view of the white beach and the sparkling waters beyond. You can then indulge in a hearty breakfast punctuated with the aroma of freshly brewed coffee, take a dip in the infinity pool for a refreshing swim, walk along the beach, laze in the sun, or even spend a few hours in an island all your own. You’re sure to go back feeling infinitely refreshed and rejuvenated in body, mind, and spirit.
Nature Lovers: Club Agutaya is all about celebrating and preserving the beauty of nature. There are no other resorts in the area, ensuring your privacy and complete enjoyment of the beautiful scenery. The long stretch of virgin white beach is littered with coconut trees and other native flora -- the sound of the wind, rustling leaves, and the crashing waves play accompaniment as you walk, sunbathe, or swim in clear waters. The same tranquil sounds will be your lullaby at night, as you sink into the plush beddings and pillows in your room.
AMENITIES AND FACILITIES
Club Agutaya strives to provide the most authentic nature experience in Palawan and its facilities are a testament to this aspiration. The resort is also a showcase of Filipino creativity and ingenuity; its architecture, furniture, and decor are all heavily inspired by Filipino culture.
Here are just a few of the amenities, facilities, and features of Club Agutaya.
The resort is lit up by solar and LED lights which are powered by solar and wind energy.
Club Agutaya has separate pipes that segregate toilet waste. The wastewater is then treated and converted into reusable water.
Cafe Lily, the resort’s restaurant, is managed by the resort owner herself, Chef Maria. She serves only the freshest foods and best-tasting dishes made from local harvests.
All rooms and villas have en suite bathrooms with solar-powered shower heaters.
If you don’t want to bathe in the sea you can enjoy a refreshing dip in the freshwater infinity pool that overlooks the beach.
THINGS TO DO
While not entirely exclusive, there are only a handful of establishments in San Vicente so staying in Club Agutaya definitely feels like you’re in your own private paradise. All that is left for you to do is to enjoy the sun, sand, and surf. You may even chance upon hatching sea turtles, or fishermen hauling in their catch as you walk along the beach. The locals are also very friendly; strike up a conversation and learn more about San Vicente and Palawan.
Small kayaks are available to use for free, for those who want to try their hand at boating. You can also rent bikes and ask for the staff to arrange an island hopping tour to explore more of San Vicente and nearby places like Port Barton.