I left my heart at Punta del Este

Our stay at Punta del Este (The Point of the East) was a delight on so many levels. From the moment we arrived and then saw just how lovely the villa is, we knew we were in for a great holiday.

Punta Del Este has two (2) lovely villas – Sarimanok and Kasbah Remo, complete and modern amenities. Both villas are well-designed and surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens and lush greenery.

We knew as soon as we stepped into the villa’s grounds that we were in heaven. We fell in love at first sight!

THE KASBAH REMO

We stayed at Kasbah Remo for two (2) wonderful nights.

Our new home was cozy, spacious and tastefully furnished with beautiful tribal art decors, Moor ceramics and traditional thatched ceiling.

Kasbah Remo Interior

The villa is massive! It has five (5) bedrooms which sleep up to 12 people. In addition to the living area, there is also a fully equipped kitchen, powder room and a beautiful water fountain that runs all day and night.

Depending on your preference, there are plenty of dining areas to choose from. This is our favorite!

Kasbah Remo Dining Area - Copyright Travelosio

Our bedroom is particularly stunning – mini sanctuary where we could retire any time of the day, close the curtains and have a beautiful guilt-free nap in a super comfy king size bed. The ensuite has a shower area, toilet, closet and a ‘his and her’ sink.

Kasbah Remo Masters Bedroom

What’s even more exciting is that our bedroom opens to the infinity pool which presents breathtaking views of the Varadero Bay, Isla Verde and other surrounding sights of Puerto Galera. We spent a lot of time in and around the pools and were able to follow the arc of the sun all day long.

Kasbah Remo Pool

Punta del Este Pool - Copyright Travelosio

All the rooms are well-kept. We had our own safe and fans in case we needed them. Yes, no air condition! But who needs it? The villa sits on top of a hill, which means that the place is so breezy. WIFI? Check!

Each morning, we reward ourselves by getting up early and witness this magical view.

Punta del Este Sunrise

THE VILLA SARIMANOK

We didn’t stay at Villa Sarimanok but we were able to explore the villa when we got invited by the hosts for dinner. (Yes, like family.)

Sarimanok Panorama

Sarimanok Villa

Villa Sarimanok is the very first villa you will see when you go up the hill from the main road. It has two units which shares a patio and the swimming pool. This gorgeous villa has four (4) bedrooms which also includes a fully equipped kitchen, WIFI, linens and daily maid service. The picturesque view of the sunset  from this villa will take your breathaway.

Sarimanok Room

Punta del Este Sunset

THE BEACH

Yes, the beach is nearby. So, if you feel beach bumming, no problem! Just go down the paved stairs on the right side of Kasbah Remo villa and voilà!

Punta del Este Beach - Copyright Travelosio

The beach is open to the public but it’s clean and quiet.

GETTING HERE

Punta del Este is in Puerto Galera, a town on the northeastern coast of Mindoro Island, Philippines.

To find out how to reach to Puerto Galera, read here.

The closest port to Punta del Este is Muelle Pier. From there, a 5-minute ride will complete the trip.

Punta del Este can arrange a pick up from Manila Airport, hotel or port.

We will gladly come back and totally recommend a stay here!

You can reach them at:
Mobile Number: +63 998 552 1687
Email: puntadeleste888@gmail.com
Website: http://puertogaleravilla.com/

*We were invited to stay at Punta del Este in return for our honest and open review. The views and opinions expressed on this post are purely ours and not influenced by the hotel and its affiliates in any way.
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