The SpacePilar's Place is your ideal vacation place , surrounded by lush greens and trees and few steps to almost private white sand beach coves. Everyday you have spectacular views of sunsets and sunrises.
This room has a veranda, airconditioning, and its own private bathroom. It is spacious, with a comfortable queen-sized bed, and beautiful mural painting on one wall. The interior walls of the house and its furnishing are handcrafted and woven from indigenous bamboo.
Roofed and open verandas let in breeze and affords stunning views of the sea. An overlooking lanai with hammock, tables and chairs provide a quiet place to hang around and have meals.
Pilar's Place is on a hill along the beach and the sea in Malapascua Island. The house is owned by celebrity actress and TV personality, Miss Pilar Pilapil. Guest AccessGuests share the living, dining, kitchen and all the open areas. Interaction with GuestsI will personally not be there most of the time.
Miss Pilar Pilapil sometimes spend her vacation here. The NeighborhoodMalapascua, a small island north of Cebu, remains a haven set in the brilliant blue Visayan Sea unspoilt and famed for its white sands, clean clear waters, and stunning underwater treasures.
Pilar’s Place in Malapascua Island is nestled on a hill with an overlooking main house and steps down right by the sea providing a breathtaking view of sea and sky bounded by two private coves of white sands accented by nature’s rock formations.
Owned by former Miss Philippines and multi-awarded actress, Pilar Pilapil, this little paradise on sunwashed shores and pristine waters, affords guests privacy – a home to retreat, a place to recharge, a setting to rekindle love and romance.
The tourist areas where most of the resorts are, can be accessed by motorbike ride. Bars, restaurants, shops, and dive shops are in the main village.
The whole house can be made available for rent to families or groups. Getting AroundFrom any part in Cebu, you may go to the Northbus Terminal and take aircon or non-aircon bus to Maya. The bus trip may take 3-4 hours. Buses charge about P150-180. From Maya port, you take 30 minutes motorboat ride to Malapascua Island which costs P100/person. Transportation within the island is by motorbike (P20) or on foot.
A private car/van can be arranged for your transportation needs. Pumpboat service can also be booked to take you to the island or to other neighboring islands. Other Things to NoteThe island is quite small and you will find some small stores with basic items. It is suggested that you buy/bring what you would need like sun lotion, medicines, and other necessary items you might need. You may also bring some groceries, wine, and some food items that you can store in our refrigerator.
You have to ride the motorbike to buy food items in the main village to cook in the house.
There are no banks, ATM's, big shops in the island.