Club Serena is probably the most upscale resort in Moalboal. It is located in Bas Daku, just 100 meters from Ravenala Resort (where I usually stay).
The place looks cozy, with the nice day beds scattered all across the resort. There are limited rooms, like 10 only, making it a quiet getaway.
Club Serena has a swimming pool, which accounts for the higher price. The pool looks so inviting in a hot day, or after swimming in the salty beach waters of Moalboal.
We happened to get into Club Serena because Ravenala had no more stocks for breakfast. So we had our morning brunch in Club Serena. The service took so long though, since there was only one wait staff to tend to all the guests. And the resort was full.
Club Serena has a clean beach front. We even spotted a boat named Karylle docking (hey, K, you have a boat here!)
Club Serena is a colorful resort, I guess with better room accommodations. We weren't able to check out the rooms, since they were all occupied. I heard that President GMA has stayed here.
I would still recommend Ravenala, but Club Serena is another option, only pricier. The rest of the resorts in Bas Daku are mostly run down concrete rooms and cottages. Only Ravenala and Club Serena has that resort ambience in the beach of Bas Daku in Moalboal.
That ends my Moalboal series. Up next are my entries for Bohol and Siargao (where I am currently writing this entry, on a hammock facing the beach...ahh...the life.)