Solina Beach & Nature Resort
Explore one of the world’s most beautiful places with a stay at Solina Beach & Nature Resort. It's the perfect starting point to the Gigantes and Sicogon Islands.
Located in the northeastern tip of Iloilo, this newly opened resort is the first and only stay in Carles that offers world-class accommodations, excellent service, and top-notch facilities for adventurous travelers looking for that seamless balance of luxury and comfort.
Solina Beach & Nature Resort is a gem waiting to be discovered!
Balasan-Carles Pronvincial Road
Brgy. Guinticgan Carles, Iloilo
For Inquiries & Reservations:
(02) 664 7515
(0917) 150 0570
(0939) 918 2160
(0917) 110 8344
(Emergency number exclusive to in-house guests)
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About Solina Beach & Nature Resort
Solina Resort is easily accessible from the three Panay Island Airports: Roxas City Domestic Airport, Kalibo International Airport, and Iloilo International Airport. Its unbeatable location and peerless accommodations make it an excellent choice for all types of visitors.
Families: Comfort and convenience draw families to Solina Beach Resort. You can opt for large villas equipped with kitchenettes and balcony dinettes that overlook the private beachfront. Parents can relax in the Jacuzzi while the children swim in the kiddie pool. For a stress-free family vacation, the 24-hour front desk can provide tour and transportation assistance.
Couples: Nothing spells romance like a weekend getaway at Solina Beach. Honeymooners can frolic on the resort’s tranquil beach or cuddle in one of the hammocks under the trees. At night, the trees are all lit with fairy lights that look as if the stars have descended from the sky.
Groups of Friends: Have a memorable time with your best buds and experience outdoor living in a plush setting at the hotel’s glamping cabins. Challenge your friends to a game of beach volleyball during downtime. After exploring Gigantes Islands, trade stories about the best parts of the day at the bonfire pit.
FEATURES & AMENITIES
Sit in the lap of luxury at Solina and discover why people from all over the world made this popular Carles Town resort home while exploring the northernmost parts of the Iloilo province. Surrender yourself completely to relaxation as the resort’s amenities and services are expertly designed to cater to your every need.
Poolside Restaurant: Delectable Filipino food and mouthwatering international cuisine can be enjoyed at the hotel’s on-site restaurant. Feast on seafood fresh from the local fishermen’s daily catch while admiring striking views of the infinity pool.
Dayon Tower Bar: There’s nothing like a bottle of ice-cold beer after touring the sun-soaked islands all day long. The resort bar’s tower top even has a telescope, which guests can use to see Sapatos Island and Olotayan Island.
Fat Bikes: Roam around the vast resort on fat bikes, which guests can use for free.
Glamping Tents or Kamalig: Even camping is luxurious at this beach resort. Solina boasts unique glamping tents where rustic meets elegance in a lush setting.
Wi-Fi: Upload fantastic vacation photos or update your social media followers on the amazing time you’re having using the free wireless internet connection in the resort’s public areas.
Traveling to the world-famous Islas de Gigantes is a breeze as Solina Resort provides great access to Bancal Port. The convenient location of this first-class resort allows you to have the complete Gigantes Island experience with utmost comfort.
Gigantes Group of Islands: People from all over the world flock to Islas de Gigantes or Islands of the Giants to experience firsthand its surreal, unadulterated beauty. This remote group of islands in Iloilo is known for its pristine beaches with gleaming white sands, overflowing seafood, and mystical folklore.
Gigantes Beaches: Go on an island hopping tour to experience all that Islas de Gigantes has to offer. Climb the view deck of Cabugao Gamay Island and marvel at the unhindered views of the picture-perfect beach’s two sides. Swim in the emerald green waters of Antonia Beach and sunbathe on the white sandbar. Feast on Wasay-wasay oysters and 1-peso scallops with a healthy serving of sinamak at Bantigue Island.
Cave Exploration: Spelunking should definitely be on your itinerary as several otherworldly caves can be found throughout the Gigantes Islands. Marvel at the massive rock formations of Pawikan Cave in Gigantes Sur and learn about the mysterious disappearance of the huge rocks shaped like turtle eggs. Once a cemetery for people long gone and an evacuation shelter whenever a storm threatens the island’s residents, Bakwitan Cave now beguiles visitors with its stalactites, stalagmites, and the amazing stories of locals saved by this cave during treacherous storms.
Tangke Saltwater Lagoon: Enclosed within stunning limestone formations, Tangke is a natural saltwater pool located behind the steep cliffs of Isla de Gigantes Sur. Swim in the breathtaking lagoon that looks like a bejeweled blue-green basin hidden at the heart of the island.