The Blue Mango is ok but very expensive $110/night) for the equivalent of a hostel per backpackers hotel. Bed not very comfortable. Most rooms face the street where noise from traffic is loud most of the day and night. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The breakfast is minimal, but ok and is made when ordered, no cold fried eggs with congealed coconut oil. Drinks and beer are 2-3 times the cost of similar beverages in Puerto Princesa. Rooms are clean and concrete is used extensively for many built in tables, bathroom sink counter and shower area. Bamboo pipe for sink faucet looks neat, but is black on the inside - not sure if it ever gets sanitized or cleaned our how effective that would be. Provide in house liter size bottles of drinking water, which is supposedly filtered. Would suggest getting bottled water from surrounding convenience stores. Plenty of tricycles available at the front door. It's about a 10 minute ride to town. I don't recommend this place if you're disabled and struggle with stairs, not wheel chair friendly, no elevator to 2nd floor where most of the rooms are. Does have AC, but WiFi signal is weak to non-existent, even when sitting next to the router. Hot water for the shower only and is from an eco-friendly instant electric water heater. Water pressure ok, but not strong. Standard western toilet with seat and bidet. Provide a clean bath towel, but no hand towels. El Nido is very expensive overall, but I expect a lot more for $110/night.