Lost Horizon Beach Resort – Alona Beach Resort, Bohol Philippines
Come see the beautiful tropical island of Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines. Visit and book at discount rates at Lost Horizon Beach Dive Resort Alona Beach Bohol Philippines.
Lost Horizon Beach Dive Resort also offers Scuba Diving with Philippine Fun Divers is located directly on the famous Alona Beach of Panglao Island Bohol.
They offer a beach bar, scuba diving, a pool, beach front accommodations and more!
Looking for fresh grilled seafood? Lost horizon Resort has a beach BBQ every night starting at about 5pm and whats great about this place is you can eat your dinner right on the beach.
Friday’s Saturday’s and Sunday’s they have a live band at the beach bar starting at around 6pm. Playing oldies and hits from the 70s and 80s to new music, these guys really sound great!
You’ll see the breathtaking beach views, hear the sounds and sense the beauty of the Western Pacific Ocean. The crystal clear waters, and the famous sugar sand so many brag about from the beaches of Panglao Island that squeak when walked on, making Lost Horizon Beach Resort an idyllic place. Full of warmth and relaxation… their staff will make sure your every need is met while on vacation here.
Lost Horizon Room Amenities Offers:
- Fully Stocked Mini-bar
- 32″ LCD flat screen TV’s in each room
- Most rooms provide balconies
- Complementary Water and Coffee
- Pool View Or Sea View Rooms Available
- All Rooms Have Ceiling Fans
- All Rooms Have A Safe
- Free WIFI High-Speed DSL internet In Every Room
- 42 modern rooms
- Hot and Cold Fresh Water
- Fax and email
- Swimming pool
- Gorgeous sea views
- A bar and restaurant
- A PADI dive shop right on the beach
- Lush Gardens
- Boat Tours and Land Tours Available Upon Request
We have 8 types of rooms available:
- Horizon Rooms
- Executive Sun View
- Modern Deluxe
- Modern Standard
About Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines
Panglao Island sits southwest of Bohol Island and east of Cebu in the Philippines. As early as 1803, Chinese, Malaysian and Indonesian visitors came here for sightseeing, the wealth of marine life and trade. As one of the Philippines top tourist destinations, Panglao Island remains famous for its world class dive spots, snorkeling, luscious coral reef and inlets for beach bathing.