My wife and I stayed at La Nature for week in November 2013 and were pleasantly surprised. It was right after the Haiyan Typhoon, but the disaster did not hold the hotel staff back from giving us their best service. The facilities is out of town which was a great break from the city of Coron. La Natura is perfectly kept and has tree houses, a massage hut, and the best food we've had in all of Asia. The service is great and all the amenities at the resort are affordable. Wendy is the absolutely best service person we ever had in our lives. She is genuinely nice and pays attention to every detail.
The only suggestion we had was to get AC units for the rooms as it is quite hot. They do have a ceiling fan so it wasnt too bad.
You must stay here if you go to Coron. Best resort in every way on the island!
Austin from Washington, DC
Situated in the mountains, this hotel is close to Palawan State University - Coron, Mount Tapyas, and Iglesia ni Cristo …More
It took an hour to get to the resort from the airport. Since you'd have to ride a chartered van and a boat, transfers are a bit costly. If you are traveling as a group, costs could easily be shared, but for couples this comes out as a bit pricey. I immediately fell in love I with the view that the hotel offered. The travel to this almost- hidden- resort provided the privacy that I was hoping for. The staff were very warm and easy to talk to. Probably the only downside of this hotel is it being far away from the activities and tours that one could easily have access to at the Coron town. Tours can be arranged from the hotel, but due to the hotel's location, they may come out more expensive than joining a small group. Overall, if intimacy and privacy is the goal of one's trip, this is the place to go. For snorkeling and tours, a better option (in terms of location and cost- efficiency) would be to stay somewhere closer to town.
Situated near the airport, in Busuanga, this resort is close to Okikawa Maru Shipwreck and Concepcion Pier. Area attractions …More