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There are sixty (60) comfortable and well-appointed guest accomodation units in Club Paradise each equipped with the following amenities: Veranda with foot bath, Aircon or fan, European-sized beds, Intercon, Mini-refrigerator, Private toilet and bathroom, Hot and cold shower*, Hand and body towels, Soap and shampoo dispensersbathroom amenities. No smoking and handicap rooms are also available upon request.
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Club Paradise is nestled in Dimakya Island, Municipality of Colon, Palawan. A part of Calamian group of island, it is situated at the northern tip of Palawan, the Philippine's last frontier.
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