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(632) 636-9082 to 87
1 Garden Way, Ortigas Centre
Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila 1650
Set in lush tropical gardens with the feel of a deluxe resort, the five-star Edsa Shangri-La combines attentive service with exceptional luxury in the centre of Ortigas Centre's businesses and shopping areas.
The Edsa Shangri-La Hotel, Manila is the only five-star deluxe city-resort convention hotel in Ortigas Centre, Mandaluyong City. The hotel sits adjacent to two major shopping complexes, and is a short taxi ride from the Makati Central Business District and Manila International Airport.
The hotel offers two towers containing 632 incredible guest rooms and suites, each with views of Manila’s city splendor or Edsa Shangri-La's tropical garden. Four international restaurants and an array of private lounges offer guests numerous locales in which to dine and experience the unique Asian culture Edsa Shangri-La offers.
These amenities combine with the recently launched CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La to provide guests with an exceptionally high level of elegance and personal service.
For reservations please contact our agent:
1 Garden Way, Ortigas center
Mandaluyong City, 1650 Philippines
Tel: (632) 633-8888
Fax: (632) 633-6549
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : http://www.shangri-la.com
(632) 911-2161 loc. 148
#130 Kalayaan Ave. Diliman
Quezon City, Metro Manila
Your Practical Home in the City.
Fersal Inn is a name synonymous with affordable comfort. Our clean, well-appointed accommodations are complemented by personalized service from our well-trained staff.
Our chain of budget-friendly inns can be found in the most strategic places throughout the metro. As such, any Fersal Inn can be the ideal jump-off point for your business or leisure trip. Our guests always have easy access to the major business districts and thoroughfares.
Whether you are in Quezon City, Philippines for business, arranging a meeting, hosting an event or to simply take time off, Fersal Inn Kalayaan is the right place for you. We combine the basic elements that allow you to work and relax at the same time.
Located in what used to be known as the country’s seat of power, Quezon City is still home to some major government offices, commercial enterprises, dining and entertainment establishments.
Fersal Inn Kalayaan has 49 warm and welcoming rooms, each designed to maximize practical use of space and simplicity. Each fully air-conditioned guest room features modern amenities such as cable television, a mini-bar, telephone and a hair dryer. It also has a private toilet and bath with centralized hot and cold shower, a fresh supply of imported linen and towels as well as a daily supply of newspaper.
All Fersal Inn-Kalayaan rooms have:
Private toilet and bath
Bo. Balabag - Boracay Island
Pearl of the Pacific Beach Resort is located at Bo. Balabag, Boracay Island nearby the widely photographed rock on the beach between three sections of the island; Manoc-Manoc in the south and Yapac in the north. It has a wide mature garden blending in with the sun, sea, sand and coconut trees.
The thirty-four room Pearl of the Pacific Beach Resort seats on a seven (7)-hectare beach and mountain lot. Shaded by coconut and fruit-bearing trees and tropical rainforest like gardens, the resort is comprised of a five (5) 2-3 storey building-enclaves Mediterranean style. Two of these houses the guest rooms located in the garden area each with verandahs offering splendid view. The third will house the future reception, lobby, karaoke bar, gameroom, gift shop and business center strategically located at the foot of the hill.
The Maharlika Executive Suite Building is located in the absolute beachfront area offering a cosmopolitan luxuries like airconditioned rooms, fully tiled and marbled toilets with hot & cold water, refrigerator, cable TV, international direct dialing phone and furnishings exclusively designed by one the countries top designer and exporter of quality furnitures. Beside it, is the main restaurant building, Princesa Rita restaurant-an enchanting Alfresco restaurant specialty of which are seafood and grills and the Principe Alberto Bar for Drinks, cocktails, coolers and fruit shakes. A Function/Conference Hall which can accommodate 60-100 persons, perfect for watching Boracay's famous sunset as it commands a panoramic view of the whole beach is located at the Mezzanine of the hallway between the restaurant and the suite-room building.
The last building houses Deluxe Rooms- - complete with aircon, cable TV, fully-tiled and marbled toilets with hot and cool water and an International Direct Dialing phone and two (2) Suite Rooms at the hillside with a lush tropical garden and cascading man-made waterfalls into a pond towards the garden area. Atop the hill arise two-layered swimming pool, outdoor jacuzzi and a Club House with a health spa and sauna bath. A flight of steps for the guests from the garden area to hike up the hill to enjoy all these and savor the breathtaking view of the beach from the top. Mini vans to service the guests are available from the beachfront to the hillside and vice-versa.
+63 2 8180831; +63 9283083969; (+63) 54 4773172; (+63) 54 4775252
Unit 2401, 139 Corporate Center, Valero Street, Salcedo Village
Makati, Metro Manila 1227
Gota Village Resort is located in Caramoan, Camarines Sur, PHILIPPINES. It's a 50-minute drive from CWC(Camsur Watersports Complex) and 1-hour boat ride from Nato Port to Guijalo Port.
Gota refers to the small cove located at the northwest portion of the project area. It includes 2 narrow beaches separated by a small limestone hill along the coast but linked farther inland by a concrete pathway built along the edge of a mangrove area. The beach east of the hill with an approximate area of 5,000 m2 corresponds to Gota East. The beach west of the hill with an approximate area of 4,000 m2 is referred to as Gota West. Both beaches are covered by well sorted, fine to medium, brownish gray sand of undetermined thickness which were derived from the erosion of the sandstones and conglomerates belonging to the Pagsangahan Formation.