Set in 11.4hectares of secluded grounds yet only 30 minutes from downtown 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". If you have ever spent time at a tropical plantation, you know what we mean. If not, come and discover a refreshingly different Flavor of Life.
Whether you're traveling for a family vacation or romantic getaway, for business or pleasure, this is far and away your best choice in the Philippines.
Truly international. Opened in late 1996, Plantation Bay has already had over half a million visitors from every corner of the globe. Virtually all of them agree that this is one of the best resorts they've ever been to. Experienced travelers in particular will feel right at home at Plantation Bay. English is spoken throughout the resort; we also have Japanese, Korean, and Spanish-speaking staff members.
Notes: "Futon" mattress is available upon request for rooms with 1 king bed and not with 2 queen beds
Kilimanjaro Kafe will be closed for renovation starting September 2, 2013. Please see below the temporary schedule of Palermo and Fiji Restaurant:
Palermo:Daily Themed Breakfast Buffet - 6 - 10:30AM
Kilimanjaro Kafe (complete menu) - 10:30AM – 5PM and 11PM – 6AM
Palermo Tapas and Pastas - 5 -11PM
Kilimanjaro Kafe (selected menu) - 5 -11PM
Daily Themed Breakfast Buffet - 6 - 10:30AM
Fiji Pacific Rim Cuisine - 12Noon – 3PM and 6- 11PM
Only 15 minutes away from Mactan International Airport by land and 30 minutes away from Cebu City.
San Pedro (a fine example an early Spanish fortress), the Magellan Cross (shrine of the first Christian cross in Asia), the Basilica de Santo Niño (built to commemorate the miraculous rediscovery of a Christ-child statue in early Spanish days), Tops (a mountaintop lookout point), the Taoist Temple for a glimpse of Cebu's Chinese cultural legacy, Gorordo House (a restored turn-of-the-century archbishop's villa), CAP Center (with mementos of WWII era President Osmeña), and Carbon public market.
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