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Covelandia Du Labrador Family Beach Resort
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Reviewed 8 January 2012

When we first got to the resort, we were awed by the beauty we saw. The pools looked nice and the resort looked well-maintained and beautifully-landscaped. And we could see the beach beyond the property's walls.

The rooms were clean and nice too although they weren't big. We first checked in to a room which had 2 queen-sized beds which was P3,000 per night. When we got inside, the stench of a dead rodent greeted us. We realized that it was coming from the split-type aircon running inside the room. We asked for the staff's assistance and they sprayed an air freshener throughout the room. However, the bad smell was too overpowering and it wore off after a while so we asked for another room. All the other rooms with the same price were fully-booked so we were given a bigger unit which had 2 storeys worth P4,500 a night. They originally wanted us to pay for the regular rate of the unit but we insisted that they should charge us for the same price because it wasn't our fault that we were in that situation. And they finally agreed but we don't get the 10% discount as with the other rooms that we got. (We were travelling with a huge group and we got 6 rooms in total so we were given an additional discount for the group booking.)

The unit where we transferred to had a living room, a dining area, a bathroom, and a kitchen with a friidge in the first floor and then the bedroom and another bathroom were on the second floor. There were balconies on both floors. The first floor was spacious but the second floor wasn't. The bedroom had 2 queen-sized beds and there was barely enough room to walk around in that you couldn't even walk in between the 2 beds. The beds were nice and comfortable. The bad thing about the unit is that the water running to the second floor bathroom was so weak up to the point that sometimes, there wasn't even any water running at all! And this for me is a huge drawback of the place. For a resort that is pricey, I would at least want to have a good and relaxing shower after swimming in the pool or on the beach.

As for the restaurant, it had a live band during the night of our stay. They were ok although they didn't have a wide repertoire. They would always be asking for requests but when the guests would send in their requests, they couldn't sing any of the requests at all. The food in the restaurant was overpriced as well. P150 for Filipino breakfasts like Tapsilog and P180 for Continental / American breakfasts. Beer ranges from P40-45.

This being a resort, I wasn't able to swim in either the pool or the beach. The pool looked nice but upon closer look, it was murky. And when we got to the beach, it was black sand although it was very fine with very minimal corals and shells but it wasn't inviting enough for me. On the other side of the resort though was an island and we could see that it had white sand. There are boats for hire for P700 outside the resort that could take guests to the white sand beaches of the area.

There are other amenities available within the resort like the KTV room which we were able to rent for P3,500 for half a day. And then there's a billiards table too which was P200/hour. There's also a kayak and a speedboat for rent (sorry, i forgot the price!) and banana boat for P3,000 for 30mins. For a laid-back destination like Pangasinan (unlike in other top destinations like Boracay), we think they were all overpriced so we didn't get to enjoy the other amenities except for the KTV room.

Overall, the resort was ok, except for our dead rodent encounter and the dirty pools, but everything was overpriced. Also, the lack of running water is a big let-down for this resort. I would have to think twice about going back to this place.

Room Tip: First floor rooms have a better chance of getting running water. And for guests wanting to go island hopping, hire the services of boatmen outside the resort. Way, way cheaper.
  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 26 July 2015
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Room Tip: BAR..泳池..烤肉
  • Stayed: July 2015, travelled with family
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Reviewed 9 January 2013
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  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with friends
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