Azure Dive Resort
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Azure Dive Resort

Masaplod Norte, Dauin, Negros Oriental 6217 Philippines
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Deck chairs line up along an outdoor pool at Azure Dive and Yoga Resort. Located in Dauin, the beachfront property offers cosy rooms with pool, garden or sea views and a restaurant. Azure Dive and Yoga Resort is a 20-minute drive to the Port of Dumaguete and Dumaguete Public Market. Dumaguete Airport is a 30-minute drive away. Each air-conditioned room is equipped with a flat-screen cable TV and seating area. Private bathroom comes with a shower and free toiletries. WiFi is available at a surcharge at Azure Dive and Yoga Resort, known for its location as a diving spot. The resort has its own tour desk where trekking tours and massages can be arranged. The Beatriz Restaurant offers local and international cuisine including fresh seafood alongside scenic views.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Free breakfast
Beach
Diving
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Parking
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
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Baker14 wrote a review Apr 2024
Jonesboro, Arkansas
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I visited this resort as part of my dad’s bucket list trip to see clown fish while diving. We have been scuba diving together for 25 years and saw some of the most beautiful coral and interesting creatures while on the dives! The dive team was wonderful in general, but especially accommodating to my 75 year old father. They did everything that was needed to manage the dive gear…we only had to walk to the front of the boat where they would help us with our bcd and then snap our fins on for us! Also, we rented their equipment and l found it to be in great shape and very cost effective for a weeks worth of dives.

The resort’s proximity to Apo Island is a huge plus! The marine reserve at Apo Island is home to the most beautiful coral I’ve ever seen! Definitely a must see if diving in the area. The kitchen staff from the resort was even brought on board the dive boat to be able to cook a meal for us between our 2nd and 3rd dives. Such a wonderful day

The resort itself was great! The rooms were comfortable had everything we needed. We were able to enjoy a lot of local/authentic meals that were prepared by the hotel staff. They also helped arrange an island tour for us which we really enjoyed.

If I’m fortunate enough to return to this area someday I’ll definitely plan to book a second stay!
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Date of stay: February 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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SabineS wrote a review Apr 2020
Wettingen, Switzerland
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Thank you very much Glenn and your team for the time we spent at your resort. Even the time was hard as the Corona started to get around the planet, we had an amazing time at the resort and under water. The dive guides with the boat crew did all their best to get the most out of it, even we were not able anymore to go to all the sports around Dauin. Glenn, Catherine and the entire team at the resort were always there for us. The food was exceptional, the service and all the help to be able to leave on time to get back home.
Please continue and for sure – I will come back
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Date of stay: March 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Glenn - D, Owner at Azure Dive Resort
Responded 3 Apr 2020
Dear Sabine, Thank you for kind words about Azure. It was indeed a difficult time but we were able to make something good about the situation. My Azure team and myself are happy you enjoyed your stay with us. It was our pleasure and yes we will survive this crisis and come out stronger and better!! Looking forward for more fun dives and Aperols with you! Stay safe and healthy. Glenn
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Dean N wrote a review May 2023
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Excellent location and extremely helpful staff. Apo Island is very close and and if you want to visit the whale sharks in Oslob, this is the place to be since they take the boat to the location avoiding the land route. I experienced the best reef diving I've ever had had, and great muck diving too. I would give this place an extra star except for the fact I would have been willing to pay a bit more upfront to make it more "all inclusive" to avoid the charges at the end of the stay, but that's a minor point. It is a great place to to dive from
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Date of stay: May 2023
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Love2travel wrote a review May 2023
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The owner of the Azure Dive Resort, Glenn, took such great care of me, like I was family! He went way above and beyond helping me repair my underwater camera. Twice he had an electrician come to the resort until the issue with my flash trigger was resolved. I can not thank him enough. I am a PADI IDC Staff Instructor and have dove much of the world, I can tell you without hesitation that the dive excursions that Glenn plans and joined us on were some of the best I have ever done!!!! In addition to the excellent macro diving, Glenn's resort is top notch! The rooms are beautiful, the service is excellent and the food is to die for. You will have all your expectations met and exceeded if you stay at the Azure Dive Resort. You can't go wrong......
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Date of stay: May 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Also do the night dives and go to Apo Island.
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snoopylaups wrote a review Feb 2020
Hong Kong, China
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I love the resort very much,room was clean, environment is good,food is delicious.Everthing was well organized, transfer and the dive.
The boss Glenn borrowed his own camera to m y fd, as he forgot to bring. We're appreciate every staff to give me a memorable holiday.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from Glenn - D, Owner at Azure Dive Resort
Responded 3 Apr 2020
Hello, Thank you for the kind words about AZURE! My Azure team and myself are happy that you enjoyed your stay with us. We wish you well and stay safe and healthy! Glenn
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Gil S wrote a review May 2016
Exeter, United Kingdom
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Terrible service! Air conditioning broke at 3am no staff on hand to assist and left waiting for hours with no assistance. All hotels are now fully booked for a wedding and we have no idea where to go... Still have two remaining nights here and do not wish to stay a second longer! Very unprofessional... The worst hotel experience I have ever had...
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Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
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Roberto G wrote a review Jun 2015
Madrid, Spain
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We did not stay in this hotel but we hired a visit to Apo Island with them in a group of diving (we just wanted snorkle).

When we got the resort nobody were aware our contract trip. We talked with 5 persons to finally getting everything ready (material, food, times,etc).

Once we got Apo, everything was done for divers and they forgot about us (snorkle) leaving us far from the coast and just telling "yeah you can swim there...". After some discussion they accepted to be closer to the beach.

Worst, when we came back to the resort they left us there for 1 hour because they did not want to carry us to our hotel as agreed.

So it looks they just care for our money and not for us at all.
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Date of stay: May 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Wildwooder wrote a review Jul 2015
San Lorenzo, California
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I could have rated this resort terrible, but I will be charitable and give it the benefit of the doubt and rate it poor. If you read my other reviews, especially that of Alona Kew on Panglao Island, you may conclude that I am not a negatively oriented critic.

When I booked Azure, I was aware that many of the reviewers who rated it excellent had no other reviews posted, but there were sufficient excellent reviews from more prolific reviewers so I decided to book it, as in general the beach resorts in the Dauin area do not have outstanding reviews.

I had read on tripadvisor.com of the resort's policy of not allowing outside food or drink, but when I finally reached the entrance after a long ride down a bumpy unpaved road and saw this policy posted next to the gate in letters almost as large as the name of the resort, I prepared myself for a less than ideal experience. Negative posted signs almost always indicate a property with overbearing management that often places the bottom line ahead of a pleasant experience for the guests. The tripadvisor.com map did accurately depict the location of this resort. It appeared to be on the outskirts of a town with a grid of streets and the implication that other businesses were in walking distance. I found none within reasonable walking distance by the dirt road or along the beach, with the exception of a drinks stand at an otherwise apparently closed resort about a fifteen minute walk to the right of the resort along the beach as I faced the water. I saw a large building that appeared to be a resort more than a kilometer further along the beach, but I did not consider that a safe or reasonable walk in an attempt to vary my diet.

That meant that I was restricted to the resort for meals. As in most Filipino resorts the lunch and dinner menus are the same. The menu offered only 4 fish dishes, consisting of only two varieties of fish, which were either tuna or were related to tuna with the attendant likely mercury content, prepared two slightly different ways. There were no vegetarian entrees. As I do not eat meat or poultry for health reasons, this meant seven consecutive meals of nearly the same entree. They were served with rice and vegetables, corn (maize), carrots, and string beans. The kitchen staff was kind enough to leave out the corn on my request and the service was very good, so long as the meal was ordered about an hour in advance. There did not seem to be any possibility of obtaining other seafood as I was never able to find out who was in charge of the kitchen. I do not comment on breakfast as I do not eat breakfast.

The property appears to be owned by a couple, both of whom I met on arrival. The male insisted on coming to my table at the end of my first dinner. In the presence of my dining companion, he asked me intrusive personal questions about my itinerary and then criticized it, and implicitly me, on the grounds that it was not constructed as efficiently as possible. I found his manner to be overbearing and tried to terminate the encounter as quickly as possible.

The female owner appeared to be in charge of the business matters and did not seem happy when she was informed that on arrival I had told the desk clerk that I planned to leave a day early on account of boat departure limitations on the next leg of my journey. She told me, in a manner that seemed very unpleasant, that I would have to work out the matter with the booking service through which I had booked the resort. The couple who appeared to be the owners left on their own travels early the next morning. If they had stayed, I probably would have left the resort even earlier as I found them so unpleasant.

On arrival I asked the male owner about boats to Apo Island, which was my main reason for going to this area. I was told that no boats were scheduled during my stay. I eventually realized that the reason no boats were scheduled was that throughout my four night stay, only two or three other rooms were occupied. I asked him about chartering the resort's boat. The price he quoted was expensive, especially as compared to similar charters on other islands, but was within my means, so I arranged for the boat the next morning. The sea turtles adjacent to the beaches at Apo Island made the excursion a highlight of my Philippine vacation. However, despite there being three boatmen, proper assistance was not given to my companion in reboarding the boat after lunch and my companion accordingly sustained a minor injury in a fall onto the rocks where the boat had docked, and this injury was bothersome for several days. Despite my having chartered the boat for a six-hour day, after lunch the captain was reluctant to take me to additional snorkeling locations and had to be prodded to do that. I was only successful as my companion spoke Tagalog. At the last spot I became carried away by a strong current. The captain failed to follow me in the boat, despite that being accepted practice in snorkeling boat charters worldwide. My companion, who knew nothing about snorkeling, had to take the initiative to tell him to move the boat so I would not have to make a 200 meter swim back to the boat against the current. On the way back to the resort, the sea became quite rough despite its having been calm in the morning. A crew member had to use full strength to pump the bilges. This boat was about 10 meters in length, but I would not feel safe traveling in it again.

The next morning I went to a "nature sanctuary" for snorkeling, about a five minute walk to the left of the resort as I faced the water. I had been told at the resort that there was a 50 piso fee, but there was no one at the site to collect it. There were some young men there and one of them held my arm to assist me in entering the water across about ten meters of large slippery stones. Otherwise, I could not have entered the water without falling and injuring myself. I drifted with the current in this very mediocre snorkeling area. Fortunately, my non-snorkeling companion kept an eye on me and was able to assist me from the water, as the young man was not present at the spot where I returned to shore. The sand in front of the resort looks dirty and unattractive. It seems to be the route on which local farmers lead their livestock to a watering hole, with the consequent sanitation problems.

The resort is very new. The room was generally in good order with the exception of the shower. However, there were no blackout curtains, which surprised me in a resort which seems to purport to be first class. Blackout curtains are now much more frequently available at first class resorts in the Philippines than they were a few years ago, to the point that they are to be expected. There was no hot water in the shower the first night. I told the male manager at dinner and his instructions for obtaining hot water did not apply to the situation in my shower. I did not have hot water until the third night, after persistent efforts on my part to get a member of the resort staff to fix the problem. The bathroom tissue was very thin and a roll did not go far. Only one additional roll was provided without special request and that was not sufficient. My companion daily had to ask the maid or desk clerk for additional tissue and carry it back to the room.

With one exception the staff was very helpful and at my request moved a pool lounge chair to a shady area where I spent a day and a half reading a book I had brought with me as there was nothing else to do at the resort, given the total lack of any reason to return to the snorkeling area. I saw no evidence of the availability of yoga activities, but this recreation did not interest me. However, if you want yoga, be prepared not to find much, or possibly any.

The resort's pool was clean and warm, but the shallowest part at the bottom of the steps was about five feet deep, so the pool is unsuitable for non-swimmers.

On my first morning at the resort the on-duty desk clerk, whom I will not name as I do not know if this incident was her fault or that of the female owner, told me that because I planned to leave early, the owner had notified the booking service, obviously falsely, that I was a "no show". I understood her to mean that the owner was attempting to have me charged twice. The clerk did allow me to use the resort's email to report to the booking service that I had arrived, but for several days I was troubled by the thought that I might have to rectify this false report by doing a bank credit card charge back. I do not know if the owner did give this false information to the clerk or if the clerk made it up on her own.

The only advantage of this property was that it was extremely quiet (although the male owner told me that it had been fully booked the previous week) and that its construction and furniture were new with a comfortable bed (but only one chair inside the relatively small room). However, the room had no fresh air ventilation except for the sliding glass entry door and a tiny window in the bathroom, which made it impossible to have fresh air and privacy simultaneously.

None of the resorts in this area seems to approach perfection according to my research on tripadvisor.com, but there is no reason to stay at this property if you want to be assured of the availability, other than by charter, of boat trips for diving or snorkeling. If you just want a quite place to relax, happen to arrive at a time when the resort is nearly empty, and do not mind eating all your meals at the resort, it could be considered as a place to stay, but I refrained from rating it as terrible only because it was not bad enough for me to need to shorten my stay to an even shorter one than I did as the result of my inter-island boat departure schedule.
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Date of stay: May 2015
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Apparently all the king-bedded rooms are on the ground floor and the two-bedded rooms are upstairs.
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andy_the_ex-pat wrote a review Jun 2017
Penang Island, Malaysia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
As usual, I'll start with the constructive feedback and end with the super positive commentary.

Well, the resort's name indicates its a yoga place so we choose it so the significant other, who is into yoga, could do something while I dove. The resort is not really a yoga resort, they didn't even have yoga mats and no instructor. They have a little green grassy area that you can do yoga in but bring your own supplies.

When diving, my fins were accidentally taken out by the dive masters with other divers. I left the resort without them but they were sent to me within days by the owner who personally texted with me, apologized, and cared for their return. Luckily I live in the Philippines or this would have been much more of an issue.

Now for the great things about this resort!
1. location, location, location. Apo island, for divers, is 20-45 mins away (depending upon which boat you are in).
2. Dive staff. I went out one day with a dive master and boat guy. We saw the largest sea turtle ever...the size of the hood of a VW bug. awesome. Dive staff know exactly where to take you.
3. Food is great too! kudos to the cook, beef salpicao and chicken were flavorful!
4. Owner is on site and social. Nice to have around!
5. Their is a little store walking distance away...5 minutes. It closes early (7ish?) but has all the basic supplies you need for your room. take advantage!
6. Dive rental rates for equipment are low! only real expense are the boats...ask but I don't believe you will find much cheaper at a reputable resort.

overall, great place and I would certainly go back for the diving and ambience.
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Date of stay: May 2017
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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jules_s13 wrote a review Feb 2016
Singaopre
5.0 of 5 bubbles
40 mins from Sibulan airport and located slighly off the main 'center' in Dauin, this well run Dive and Yoga resort (note, as of my visit, still no Yoga within the resort) served to be a great get-away for my grounp of friends and I.

We spent 5 nights over February and for diving purposes, the weather can be a little 'hit or miss'. The diving however remained awesome (for the macro and critters).

The resort itself was perfect for a get-away from the 'city life'. The resort itself was located slightly away from the main road so evenings were peaceful and quiet. As the resort was next to the beach, I did fall asleep on the deck chair in the evenings on more than 1 occassion under the sky and listening to the sounds of the (gentle) lapping waves.

The resort itself had 20 (or so) rooms and the building and rooms were well maintained - keep up the good work. The rooms surround an adequately sized pool and well manicured grounds (note: you could possibly lay a mat on the lawn for Yoga - which we did on some evenings).

As we had a fairly large group, we took the 'full board' option and the general consensus was that the food was pretty good for a resort of its size. Disches were laid buffet style and while there wasn't a wide-spread, the food was well prepared and cooked. At least for the 6 days, and apart from breakfast and fruit, the dishes cooked at the other meals were not repeated - kudos to the kitchen. On some days, we also ordered a couple of ala carte dishes to accompany the full board option - no regrets at all.

As a dive resort, the dive center and set up area was within the resort compound and spacious enough. After suiting up (or maybe just the boots), it was a literally a hop skip and jump down the sand to the boat. As far as diving goes, Dauin was great for macro and the 'small stuff'. There wasn't much of a coral reef along the Dauin coastline. For corals, you would be better served by Apo island (a short ride on the dive boat across from Dauin). We dived both along the coast, as well as Apo and the general consensus was that due to the weather, the Dauin coast offered better diving.

Last but not least, a large part of what makes a great holiday is the people (i.e., the staff). The staff at the resort, restaurant and the dive center were courteous and attentive and did a great job of making our stay as pleasant as it was. A big thank you from our end!

There is (imo) no 'perfect' place, so if i had to list 2 complaints, they would be (i) wifi access is a little slow at peak hours when probably most of the guests are logged on (but on the flip side, isn't that why we leave the cities to holiday 'away from it all'?), and (ii) the location of the resort is a little far from alternative dining options (ther's only 1 other resort next to Azure, which I was told also has a restaurant). Theser were (imo) not big issues.

I am already looking forward to my next trip back.
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Date of stay: February 2016
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Wsask asked a question Apr 2024
Assiniboia, Canada54 contributions7 helpful votes
Can someone provide an email address for Azure Dive Resort?
SSE1133 asked a question Nov 2018
California127 contributions10 helpful votes
Is the pool heated?
Answer from Glenn - D
4 contributions
Sorry it not heated pool.
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Katy, Texas6 contributions7 helpful votes
Walk right in and talk to Glen, the owner. Great guy, running an excellent property and always ready to accomodate!
Love2travel wrote a tip May 2023
45 contributions16 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Also do the night dives and go to Apo Island."
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Peter Fong wrote a tip Feb 2019
Shah Alam, Malaysia39 contributions60 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get a ground floor room closest to the restaurant"
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ThomasDLCF wrote a tip Jul 2018
Singapore, Singapore53 contributions83 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ground Floor rooms are more accessible"
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Ignacio T wrote a tip Jul 2018
23 contributions18 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Best to get a ground floor room so you do not climb stairs."
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LukoGecko wrote a tip May 2018
Paris, France57 contributions19 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Room #14 is located at the epicentre of everything"
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€70 - €78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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PhilippinesVisayasNegros IslandNegros OrientalDauin
NUMBER OF ROOMS
14
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Frequently Asked Questions about Azure Dive Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Azure Dive Resort?
Nearby attractions include Malatapay Market (7.2 km), Uzi's (1.9 km), and Halauy Hydroponics (3.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Azure Dive Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Azure Dive Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Azure Dive Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Azure Dive Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Finbar, Dauin Dive Cafe, and Thalatta Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Azure Dive Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Azure Dive Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, Azure Dive Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Azure Dive Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Filipino.
Are there any historical sites close to Azure Dive Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Belfry (15.0 km).
Does Azure Dive Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.
Is Azure Dive Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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