Coming back to Siquijor was an easy task since we already know the place and the resorts where we wanted to stay. This time, we chose to stay at Tori’s Paradise in Siquijor, Siquijor just a few minutes drive from Siquijor Port.
Tori’s Paradise is perfect if you want relaxation and peace of mind. Most of their guests are foreigners. The resort is huge with a long stretch of white sand shoreline. You have the option to bathe in the beach or in the swimming pool. Only Nick enjoyed swimming since I refused because of the strong winds and the cold breeze.
They have lots of options of rooms according to your needs. We got the Superior Room for Php 1,550.00. The room was airconditioned with a flatscreen TV, a mini refrigerator, a wall fan and a cable connection. The room has a terrace overlooking the beach. The view is worth the price. The bathroom has a hot and cold shower which is perfect since the weather was a bit cold and I am really not a fan of cold water because of my back problem.
They have a restaurant and the prices of the food were just okay. We didn’t really dine there because we opted for a much cheaper food outside the resort.
There has a billiard pool in the restaurant where guests can play for free. We even played even if I really don’t know how but of course I always win since I make my own rules. hahaha. The beau kept on complaining but gave in eventually.
Executive Beach View (good for 6 pax) Php 4,200.00/night
Family Suite (good for 6 pax) Php 3,900.00/night
Family First Floor (good for 4 pax) Php 2,700.00/night
Superior Room (good for 2 pax) Php 1,550.00/night
Beach View Room (good for 2 pax) Php 1,250.00/night
AC Dormitory 450/head (all beds)
Fan Dormitory 350/head
The crew of the resort was accommodating and friendly. Nick and I enjoyed our one night stay at Tori’s Paradise because the place was so relaxing.
If I am asked if I would stay at Tori’s Paradise again? The answer would be a big YES.
In case you want to know, here’s the map location of Tori’s Paradise Siquijor.