Plantation Bay Resort

Discover a resort in a class of its own. Set in 11.4 hectares of secluded grounds yet only one hour from Cebu City, Plantation Bay offers one of the largest privately-owned waterways in the world, with the clean elegance of colonial-plantation architecture. Decompress from life’s pressures in the healing tranquility of an environment that truly feels “away from it all”. Whether you’re traveling for a family vacation or romantic getaway, the true Philippine hospitality will leave you wanting more. 

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Lagoon Side

Lagoon Side Rooms are the most popular at the resort. Relax in your king bed or two queen beds and enjoy the splendid views of the magnificent private lagoon and beaches. These rooms feature balconies with close access to the beach; you can be in the water in one minute or less.

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Lagoon View

Lagoon View Rooms are their most sought-after room, located right at the edge of the lagoon. It has a luxurious bathroom with separate tub and shower, and a spacious balcony. Relax in your king bed or two queen beds and enjoy the splendid views of the magnificent private lagoon and beaches. These rooms feature balconies with close access to the beach; you can be in the water in seconds.

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Poolside

Poolside Rooms are both spacious and comfortable. Built around a small quasi-private pool, these rooms have a friendly village feel suitable for families, singles, and large groups of all kinds. The views are considerably inferior to those elsewhere in the hotel but the rooms are more spacious and are right next to the pool.

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Dining

They take pride in the four outstanding restaurants at Plantation Bay and can assure the cuisine will be consistently delicious and your meals will be beautifully-presented. The coffee shop is surrounded by their gigantic swimming pool. It features international and Filipino favourites, a special children’s menu, and their world-famous breakfast buffet with different culinary themes for every day of the week.

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Spa

The spa’s setting is uniquely charming, designed to resemble an 18th century Tokugawa Japanese village with its own thundering waterfalls, creek, and fog-like mist. Rejuvenate your body in a stimulating mineral bath; and enjoy a vigorous hydro-massage in the main waterfall basin. Reflexology, aromatherapy, body scrubs, massages, and other various treatments are also offered at the spa.

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