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Club Noah Isabelle
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The resort has a total of Fifty (50) water cabañas. Cabañas 1 to 16 line the east side of the cove, and 17 to 30 line the west side. These are single storey huts that can accommodate a maximum of three occupants. Cabañas 31 to 50 are duplex-style split levels that are ideal for families. Two single beds (102 cm. x 198 cm.) occupy the first floor while twin semi-double beds are on the second (The semi-double beds are custom-made and measure 122 cm. x 303 cm.). All cabañas have private showers with toiletries. Hairdryers are available upon request.
The following are available in your rooms: an intercom that connects to the Front Desk, a thermos of drinking water*, an electric mosquito repellant, bath and hand towels, toiletries (shampoo, bath soap, toothpaste, etc.),
The resort has a demineralizing machine that filters your drinking water.
Lying west of the Philippine mainland is the province of Palawan, an archipelago of 1,700 islands bordered by the South China Sea on the west and the Sulu Sea on the east. Club Noah - Isabelle quietly rests in its northeastern region, on the main cove of Apulit Island in Taytay Bay.
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