IMPORTANT NOTE: This resort is no longer "Whites and Greens" but actually called "Panglao Grande." Local taxi and tuktuk drivers still know it as Whites and Greens. Also, as of Feb 2018 the access road was in poor condition. Our taxi driver from Tagbilaran refused to drive directly to the resort, instead dropping us off at a different hotel about 300m down the beach. Some tuktuk drivers also tried to charge us rxtra to go down the access road.
Stayed 5 nights in a "deluxe” double occupancy room.
Pros: Very reasonably priced and close enough to dive shops and other activities in Alona Beach. Beautiful beachfront direct adjacent to resort. Front desk arranged for a scooter rental, which was very helpful. Staff were very nice and the restaurant offerings were reasonable (compared to Alona).
Cons: We were told that sheets would be changed after third night and floor would be swept daily - neither happened. Also, the air-conditioning unit had large gaps in between the unit and the wall, which enabled lots of bugs to freely enter the room. We stuffed toilet paper in the gaps and sprayed it down with insect repellent to stop this from happening. Also, because no one ever entered the room, things like changing towels and getting toilet paper were basically a do-it-yourself thing. Not a big deal, but not typical of a hotel or resort.
I can't speak for the beachfront bungalows, but overall the rooms in the back of the resort could do with some renovations.