Bohol Beach Club, The First Luxury Resort On the Island
Updated April 5, 2019
Established in 1984, Bohol Beach Club (BBC) is known as the first luxury resort on the island of Bohol.
BBC is also one of the most popular resorts in Bohol, offering unparalleled world-class service and facilities. At present, the hotel still continues to introduce new innovations in the field of hospitality.
BBC went through a total renovation in 2013 and reopened with refurbished rooms, new suites, and facilities to cater to the demands of travelers. After the renovation, the resort now showcases 88 rooms, 80 of which are Deluxe Rooms and the remaining 8 are Beachview Suites. All rooms are designed with modern interiors – save for the use of wooden furniture and handicraft as BBC wanted to preserve local Filipino styling.
Bohol Beach Club’s Deluxe Rooms are divided into Deluxe Rooms and Deluxe Green Rooms. These rooms are perfect for solo travelers, families or those traveling in big groups.
Both of the rooms have the choice of king size, twin or triple bed configuration.
The Deluxe Rooms (starts at Php 11,000/night) make up most of the resort’s accommodation. All of the deluxe rooms have their own private veranda, a coffee table, and lounge chairs.
The Deluxe Green Rooms (starts at Php 13,000/night) was launched in January 2019 as the newest offering from Bohol Beach Club. Located in the resort’s first building, they are BBC’s environment-friendly rooms. The room boasts reusable amenities that are less harmful to the environment.
The Green Rooms also included major changes in the interior of the room, setting it apart from the usual Deluxe Room. It’s truly something different from the usual rooms but it’s one of the things that sets Bohol Beach Club from others.
The Beachview Suites (starts at Php 20,000/night) at Bohol Beach Club is the most popular accommodation among tourists and for good reason. The Beachview Suites boasts an amazing view of the ocean and while most rooms have their own unique views of the beach, the view from the suites is something that you’ll love waking up to in the morning.
Guests have the choice of one super king bed or two semi-double beds. The suites also have an extra bed that’s perfect for when you want to lounge about in the afternoon. It’s the ideal suite for those of you who want to have a little more privacy as the suites are farther from the other rooms. It’s also nearer to the beach and provides guests with easier access to the beach, pool and the restaurants.
Bohol Beach Club has three food and beverage outlets available and an interesting fact is that their restaurants are named after shells that can be found in the seas of Bohol.
The first one is Agotata which is their main restaurant and is usually where their breakfast buffet is held. Agotata offers a variety of local favorites as well as an added international flare. Meals at Agotata are particularly entertaining during dinner as local acoustic bands perform and on certain nights, there’s also cultural dancing.
Budyong is their bar that can be found just a few steps away from Agotata. Budyong is located between the pool and the beach. The restaurant mainly serves Italian flavors as well as drinks and desserts. Taclobo is their private function room that also serves as their game room. At certain times of the year, they also hold their breakfast buffets in Taclobo instead of Agotata.
Bohol Beach Club also offers aqua sports activities such as island hopping tours, snorkeling, and diving. They also offer organized countryside tours so that you can experience Bohol and all its wonders.
Experience only the finest of accommodations at Bohol Beach Club!
How to get here:
- From the new Bohol Panglao International Airport, just follow along the Panglao Shores Resort Road. Bohol Beach Club can be found at the end of the road.
Address: Brgy. Bolod, Panglao Island, Bohol
Contact Number: 038-502-9222 / 0927-452-7054 / 0999-992-1880
Check-in: 3 p.m.
Check-out: 12 p.m.
Facebook: Bohol Beach Club
A version of this appeared in Philippine Primer’s April 2019 issue.