Went with my family, very fortunate to chanced upon a promotional rate otherwise I find the place quite expensive for what it can offer. The view is undoubtedly beautiful but since the resort is located on an isolated island there is really nothing much to do. The shoreline Is rocky and short so don't expect a "Boracay" feel. Food is expensive and there are no other available restos since it is like I've said an isolated island. What it is trying to copy is the Greece setting. Service is just ok nothing notable. What I hated the most with this trip was the long wait for the super delayed flight of the airline.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bellarocca Island Resort and Spa in Marinduque is distinct from the other upscale, luxury resorts of its category anywhere in the country. All 20 hectares of Bellarocca Island Resort and Spa is mountainous terrain, with its highest point at 114 meters above sea-level. To many seasoned travellers, the images of the picturesque island of Santorini in Greece come to mind upon approaching the resort. Common to both are its rolling terrain and immaculate white buildings perched atop its cliffs: white structures that reflect the sun and contrast with the azure blue sea below. Bellarocca Island Resort and Spa is located on a small mountain island of the southern coast of Marinduque and offers 69 luxurious deluxe suites, casas, terrazas and private villas (with individual Jacuzzis and infinity pools). Guests relax in utmost privacy while enjoying the resort's complete aqua sports facilities, a full spa and wellness facility, a 9-hole golf course and other land-based recreational activities. Guests arrive on the island direct via commercial flights (SEAIR or Zest Air), private helicopters, chartered flights from Manila to Marinduque or onboard an exclusive luxury yacht. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Bellarocca Island Hotel Marinduque