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Philippines' retreat Nay Palad Hideaway reopens for the summer

Nay Palad Hideaway reopens for the summer

Summer living, Philippines-style.

It was wiped out by a typhoon, but the popular Philippines holiday spot, Nay Palad Hideaway, has bounced back and reopens to guests this month.

The stunning resort sits on the southeastern tip of Siargao, an area that received the brunt of super typhoon Odette that swept across the country in 2022, destroying around 80% of the island.

Nay Palad Hideaway’s co-owner, former Bayern Munich goalkeeper Bobby Deyseker, set about helping relocate residents and funding the rebuilding of their homes. Then, he and French architect Daniel Pouzet turned their attention to the battered resort.

The result is a complete redesign of the property which has embraced local craftsmanship. The majority of the furnishings were built on-site by Philippine artisans and the staff now working on-site is almost 100% local.

The resort’s menus focus on freshly caught and grown produce, room amenities are naturally sourced and the resort runs a number of programmes supporting the local community.

The new-look resort design features ten villas of one- to three-bedroom configurations, including the stunning Perlah Villa with its own private beach, pool and treehouse. Activities at the resort run from surfing, water sports and island hopping to yoga, an outdoor cinema and a spa specialising in Filipino massage.

Nay Palad Hideaway offers all-inclusive rates and children under the age of three stay for free. There’s a children’s village on site, including a trampoline, swing and treehouse.

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