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An Enchanted Resort named Amandari Cove

Ravi Villanueva | Saturday, August 14, 2010 | 10comments

Kahit umuulan sa labas, well I’m sure na mapapa-“oh la la” ka sa place na ‘to, that you’ll definitely love to stay and spend some quality time with your barkadas and families for a reasonable price!
Amandari Cove gets a makeover from the people who brought Café Amoree, this time bringing us a complete hotel resort with full dining, wining and entertainment experience. (Condensed from Armando Nicolas P J’s Gensan Gazer Magazine)

Main Facade of Amandari Cove
Amandari, from Balinese word means Peaceful Spirit, is the former Dacera Farm Resort and now owned by entrepreneur couple Ricky and Tess Almanzor. Mas lalo nilang pinaganda ang dating Dacera and renamed it as Amandari Cove: An Enchanted Resort within the city.
I think my last visit in that resort (Dacera Farm Resort) is when I was in First Year High School (5 years ago), the place was cool, environment-friendly ang lugar except for not-so-good facilities like the pool, comfort rooms plus their cottages.


And after 5 years, nakapasok na ulit ako sa Dacera. But it’s not Dacera anymore. Everything has changed a lot, from the entrance to the reception area, and then the pool got renovated, plus cool and relaxing cottages with additional hostels ready for occupancy, anytime.
The first thing that I noticed in the resort is their Bali-type Entrance building, leading to two stairs. Upstairs for the two Conference Halls and downstairs is for the Information Area (just like in hotel), Coffee Shop and Restaurant and to the resort itself. Now it looks more elegant and comfy, ideal for travelers and other special occasions.
There are two swimming pools in the resort: the Olympic-sized pool, which was renovated and now turned into commodious one, and the usual swimming pool, which was also renovated and expanded its size to make it bigger. This will make Amandari Cove as the venue of swimming events and competitions and more likely, will be a venue for beauty pageants and bikini opens in the region as well. For only 50 pesos for adults and 30 pesos for children, you can enjoy the relaxing coolness of the waters of Amandari.

Top to bottom: Lagoon and Swimming Pools
If you’re a nature lover, like me, well you’ll definitely love this kind of trip that Amandari Cove has to offer. You don’t need to go and travel as far as Lake Sebu just to enjoy boating and fishing at the same time! In fact, the resort has its own enchanted lagoon, situated at the back of the resort. You can go boat sailing by pairs or with your loved ones for 100 pesos per hour or enjoy the taste of Amandari at their Café located just beside the lagoon. Pahabol: Absolutely FREE WIFI! Yes! Free WIFI ang Amandari Cove! Now, you can enjoy browsing your favorite websites in the internet using your WiFi-enabled devices inside the resort. Pwedeng-pwede mo nang i-publish ang iyong bikini photos and your happiest moments with Amandari Cove. :)
"Free WiFi Connection, Conference Halls, Caico's Restobar and other amenities of Amandaro Cove"

It is really an enchanted place to relax within the city! If you want to experience Amandari, just visit Amandari Cove, Old Dacera Farm Resort, off Mabuhay Road, turn left between Choices Convenience Store and Petron Gas Station. (See the Map for details) It is open from 6am to 12 midnight. They are also accepting special occasions. For more details, call (083)554.2654, (083)826.1074, (083)826.1070.

Click the map for larger view. :)

PS: This will be the OFFICIAL VENUE for MSU-JITS' Acquaintance Party on August 21, 2010. Thanks to Amandari Cove for the venue, plus the food! Spread the word, TECHIES! :)
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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

yeah.. dacera/ el pueblo/ has got its new name... much cooler i quess, the Amadari Cove... with its new name... comes a new price... wew... ipon2 muna bago entrance... hahahaha

orman said...

bongga ever so much! well done, rabsky! i will tag the owners para mabasa nila ito...

rabsky said...

thanks Sir O! ahaha. bongga na talaga ang place.. :D

Cidy said...

nice post! Di na ako ulit nakapunta dyan, the last time Dacera pa yan..Thanks sa info =)

rabsky said...

ate cidz, ako din nga, even el pueblo wala, pero ngayon, uber sa ganda ang place. try to visit.. :D

lito antoque said...

hmmm sounds interesting...

makapunta nga dyan hehe...

dimple said...

wow!... now i know where our next destination is.. thanks rabs..

孫邦柔 said...

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孫邦柔 said...

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