Amanpulo’s facilities enjoy a spacious layout complementing their natural surroundings. Tucked into the tropical foliage the 40 casitas, modelled after the Philippine bahay kubo dwellings, are situated on the beach, among the treetops or on the hillside overlooking the Sulu Sea. The casitas are all spacious bungalows that offer a subdued elegance in their design. In addition, there are one to four bedroom villas where the design mirrors the casitas. Each has a private buggy allowing independent travel on the island.
The island’s turquoise waters and coral reefs provide a variety of water and beach activities, including snorkelling, fishing, cruising, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing and scuba-diving.
If all of this has you looking for a more relaxed way to spend the day the Aman Spa, situated on a hillside with views of the Sulu Sea, consists of a series of pavilions constructed of native wood and other natural materials. Each Amanpulo treatment room offers a deep-soaking bathtub, washroom, dressing area and steam shower, along with magnificent sea views. The Yoga and Meditation Pavilion also enjoys beautiful views and is available for private or group classes. The Fitness Pavilion houses a Pilates studio, a fully equipped gym, wet areas including steam rooms, cold plunge pools and outdoor relaxation areas.
Amanpulo offers several dining options with a wide selection of dishes, including the main restaurant in the Club House offering views to Manamoc Island across the sea, while the Beach Club offers tapas, fresh seafood and Spanish cuisine on the open air pavilion. All are complemented by several private dining venues uniquely situated around the island for personal and more intimate meals, ranging from casual beach barbecues to fun picnics and gourmet poolside dinners.
Amanpulo’s design offers you seamless indoor-outdoor living on your holiday to this Philippine retreat, and all around the resort there are secluded spots where you can enjoy simply being outdoors in beautiful surrounds.