Casa Kalaw is fairly new and opened in December 2016. Casa Kalaw has 42 rooms with Filipino-inspired theme targeted for balikbayans and families. Nestled within Lio Tourism Estate, the first eco-masterplanned development in El Nido, Palawan. Casa Kalaw is a Filipino-inspired Boutique Resort which provides warmth, comfort and convenience for getaways and intimate gatherings.
Inspired by contemporary Filipino architectural design, the resort offers 42 guest rooms perfect for families and even individual travelers. A private pool surrounded by a lush garden, a recreational area and a sun terrace, provides guests a place to relax and bask in the warmth of El Nido.
Below are some Casa Kalaw photos showing hotel facade, conference room, room, pool view, game lounge and the Kalaw Bar
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All you need to know about the Lio Estate Resorts!
Lio Estate Resorts currently comprises of Casa Kalaw, Balai Adlao and Hotel Covo and their newest resort, Huni Lio. These resorts are situated in the Lio Tourism Estate, an ecologically sustainable tourism destination developed by Ayala Land in El Nido, Palawan. The area is now home to the above-mentioned resort chain, Lio Airport Terminal, Lio Pier, commercial establishments now known as “Shops@Lio”; soon, residential communities and more.
Casa Kalaw is fairly new and opened in December 2016. Casa Kalaw has 42 rooms with Filipino-inspired theme targeted for balikbayans and families. In 2017, the latter two resorts opened - Balai Adlao envisioned as a restful holiday accommodation for young professionals; and Hotel Covo, for the adventurous back packers.
The newest resort - Huni Lio is a 50-room tropical architecture bed and breakfast hotel designed in-house, with an all-day dining, bar, swimming pool, and function room.
Below Photos are OFFICIAL PHOTOS of Lio Resort Ventures Inc./ Lio Estate Resorts.
World renowned for its stunning rock formations, clear blue waters, and fine white sand, El Nido is located on the Northern tip of Palawan. The town is a gateway to a group of islands and inlets which make up the Bacuit Archipelago. Favorite tourist destinations here include the Matinloc Island, Nacpan Beach, the Small Lagoon, and the Big Lagoon.