Amorita Resort, which means my little darling, is a beach resort in Panglao Island, Bohol located at a quiet end of Alona Beach.
Amorita is the ideal destination for private and intimate escapes making it perfect for weddings, honeymoons, and families.
Secluded atop a limestone cliff on the southern edge of Bohol’s Panglao Island, Amorita is a tranquil seaside retreat that marries world-class service with signature Filipino hospitality. Managed by boutique hotel group One-Of Collection, the luxury resort overlooks the azure–colored Bohol Sea and elegantly punctuates the vibrant tropical landscape along Alona Beach.
Embodying all the natural treasures of Bohol — limestone, shimmering blue waters, pristine white sand, and lush tracts of greenery — Amorita integrates key elements of the surrounding environment to create a distinct island ambience and organic modern aesthetic. Here, a sense of personalized luxury abounds, offering an escape from the urban fray and a boutique travel experience that’s unlike any other.Download Factsheet
Amorita Resort is only a 40-minute drive from Bohol’s Tagbilaran Airport, and Bohol is only an 80-minute flight from Metro Manila.
Steep yourself in a paradise island’s sights, adventures, traditions, and authentic cuisine.
Located in the Central Visayas region, Bohol is one of the most spectacular destinations in the Philippines. It has captured the imagination of travelers from all over with its world-class diving sites, stunning nature spots, and great outdoor adventures.
The Chocolate Hills, a rolling terrain of haycock limestone formations, symbolize the abundance of natural and cultural attractions in the island province, which include centuries-old heritage churches, exhilarating eco-adventure parks, beautiful riverside scenery, and wildlife sanctuaries for the indigenous Philippine tarsier, the second-smallest primate in the world.
The critically acclaimed Saffron Restaurant at Amorita is inspired by the seasons and specialties in Bohol. The all-day menu, developed by Chef Raphael Ongchiong, emphasizes freshness, clarity of ingredients, and local availability. Saffron offers a thoughtful reinterpretation of Boholano heritage cuisine, alongside a wide range of Continental and Asian food favorites.