From the main road, you'll pass by a small muddy dirt road before reaching the resort. Some trikes refused to take us directly to the hotel because they will be stuck to the muddy road. Hence, we were forced to walk a few minutes towards the hotel. Not a big thing really, but because the road was not lighted at all, it was a bit of a chore. Aside from that, their rooms are quite dated. Furnites are old, shower head was falling off, CR door was damaged. The rooms also has thin walls, you could hear the conversations on the other room. Food was quite expensive, better take your dinner/lunch at the town proper.
|pool, resto on the right|
|the door on the other end is the connecting door to the other room|
Overall, its an average resort. Their rooms are quite expensive for the state they are in (in need of renovation) and resort is also quite far from the town proper. They have a swimming pool though which is a rarity in El Nido. If that is a deal breaker, then stay at this resort. However, if you could do w/o a pool, then better look for a resort in El Nido town proper. Lots of hotels there with better maintenance and amenities.