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Plantation Bay Resort & Spa

$150 – $700

Great family accommodation. Set on a spacious eight hectares, The Plantation Bay resort is somewhat of a Disney Land for adults and children alike. With its own take on plantation themed rooms – all located around a huge (we are talking world record sizes) series of man-made salt-water and fresh-water pools – games centre, indoor shooting range, and even kayaks, you have lots of activities to help pass the time away. This charming establishment is located in the Marigondon area, which is approx. 25 minutes from airport.

The hotel’s food outlets in our opinion are very basic, expensive and nothing to rave about. Having said that, their Mogambo Spa is outstanding both in design and service. The design takes a leaf out of James Hilton’s Lost Horizon – a man-made ‘Shangri-la’. Worth noting is the extensive network of swimming pools and wonderful water slides. Kids an adults will both be a happy as fish in (lots of) water.

Given the resorts location – most points of interest – tourist spots, good restaurants etc. in Cebu and Mactan are a long trek from here. Therefore, we advise only staying at Plantation if you simply wish to chill out in a resort for a short re-charge and are not interested in touring around. Perfect for families.

For those with cash to splash the Penthouse Suite – which is 120 sq/mtrs – will set you back $717 per night. A strict no-tipping rule applies in the hotel. Wi-fi, internet is free for guests. They also have a decent dive facility.


Location: Marigondon, Lapu-lapu City

Phone No.: (032) 340-5900

Email: rsvn@plantationbay.com

Website: http://www.plantationbay.com

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