One of the resorts that could accommodate us for the night when we arrived was the Danish Lagoon Luxury Resort in San Juan. We opted not to stay there because Salagdoong was our first choice. And besides, this resort was more expensive, at P3,000 per room at average.
I really thought that the place was not worth the price they were charging. It wasn't a luxury resort for one. I think there were other cheaper resorts that looked even better and more luxurious. Although still under construction, the place was bare and uninspiring. Of course, the theme was Danish, so the rooms were themed and named after the characters of Hans Christian Andersen, the popular Danish writer.
We filled up ourselves with a heavy snack here of burgers, crepes and sandwiches. The food was quite good, though their cocktail drinks were a rip off.
All the rooms had sweeping views of the sea, and even had a lounge deck, which was very pleasant. There were a few trees, which contributed to the "bare" look of the place. There was a small coral beach below, which had the statue of the Little Mermaid (an Andersen classic) perched on a rock.
The Danish Lagoon Luxury Resort does have potential, but it should start shaping up, given the tight competition of small resorts in Siquijor. And I think they should lower their prices. Even their food relatively costs more. They could transform the place into an exclusive one, with few rooms, and better service.
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