Availability

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General

13Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort is located on tranquil Sumilon Island. The Island remains as one of Cebu’s best kept secrets and is found on the southeastern tip of the mainland. It is 125 kilometers from Cebu City and is in close proximity to Dumaguete. The island has an area of 24 hectares and is surrounded by crystal clear waters with varying aquamarine hues. It is the first marine protected area in the Philippines and was made a fish sanctuary in 1974 under the guidance of Siliman University Marine Reserve. During dives, one will find varied marine species and even occasional sightings of black tip sharks. Pristine white sand beaches are situated in different areas in Sumilon.
It’s sandbar is well known for its changing shapes and shifting locations around the island, depending on the season. On the island, there is a natural lagoon teeming with high mangroves. There are also natural caves where fishermen used to seek refuge. On the southside, a lighthouse rests on a protected tree park. Beside it is a “Baluarte”, a historical watchtower built as part of a warning system to thwart slavers and marauders in the 19th century.


Room Type
Room Rates
Deluxe Room
 Single PHP 9,500
 Twin
PHP 11,160
Premiere Deluxe
Single PHP 11,280
Twin PHP 12,900
One Bedroom  Villa PHP 17,100
Two Bedroon Villa PHP 34,000
Extra Person PHP 2,500

Inclusions:

  • Breakfast

 

Peak Season Dates:

  • December 20, 2016 – January 10, 2017 (Christmas and New Year) / January 28-31, 2017 (Chinese New Year)

Note:

  • Children below 11 years of age & below sharing room with parents are free of charge excluding meals.
  • A minimum of 3 nights stay is required for all bookings passing thru the Peak Period.
  • A surcharge of PHP 2,000.00 per night on Peak Season.
  • Above rates are quoted in Philippine peso (PHP)
  • Above rates are quoted per room per night based on single/twin occupancy
  • Rates are valid until March 31, 2017
  • Hotel rooms are subject to space availability
  • Rates are subject to change without prior notice

Check-in time

2:00PM

Check-out time

12:00PM

Facilities

  • 24-hour front desk
  • 24-hour room service
  • Airport transfer
  • Babysitting
  • Bar
  • Business center
  • Car park
  • Coffee shop
  • Concierge
  • Elevator
  • Family room
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Meeting facilities
  • Newspapers
  • Poolside bar
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Shops
  • Shuttle service
  • Smoking area
  • Tours
  • TV
  • WiFi

Sports and Recreation

children's playground, diving, fishing, garden, indoor pool, massage, outdoor pool, pool (kids), private beach, spa, water sports (non-motorized)

Internet

Wi-Fi in public areas

Parking

Car park

Cebu

Cebu

Cebu stands as the country’s top business and tourist destination. Crowned as the Queen City of the South, it is here where business and leisure breathe together with office buildings and beach resorts finding its own place under Cebu’s friendly skies.

Cebu is subdivided into 6 component cities and 47 municipalities. With its 6 cities; Cebu, Danao, Lapu-Lapu, Mandaue, Toledo and Talisay; and its 47 smaller towns, Cebu has more than kept pace with the nation’s progress. Recent indications pointed out that Cebu has become the country’s favorite tourist destination. In contrast to the bustling metropolis, the rest of Cebu’s 167 islets and islands are lined with idyllic white sandy beaches and pristine clear waters. Cebu has gained wide popularity for fantastic diving grounds evidenced by the proliferation of resorts which offer luxurious accommodations. Cebu’s strategic location makes it ideal for those who wish to travel to the other islands and provinces by plan, boat or bus. No place could be too far from Cebu.

As the oldest city in the Philippines, its past is also firmly entrenched in the annals of the Spanish conquest. A handful of historical remnants recall those missionary days – Magellan’s cross and the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño.


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