Some of the best resorts in the island of Cebu are situated within and around the Queen City of the South. These resorts cater to visitors from other parts of the country and the world. But there are also some resorts located far from the center of business and tourism of the island. One of these resorts is Eden Resort, which is located in the southern town of Santander.
A number of dive sites are accessible from the resort, which envisioned itself of providing western standards to its guests while it was under construction. And it appears it is living up to its vision. The resort received 116 excellent ratings from travelers on the website of TripAdvisor. A good number of travelers complimented the place for their infinity pool. It was even described by one traveler as a “hidden paradise down south of Cebu.” Some guests also praised the great view from the rooms of the resort.
Aside from its infinity pool and excellent view, the Eden Resort also offers a number of adventure activities for its guests, including ocean kayaking, mountain biking and off-road motorcycling. Since the resort is located close to some dive sites, it also offers scuba diving activities for its guests. The Eden Resort also offers snorkeling activities to its guests.
The restaurant at the Eden Resort also offers a mouth-watering menu for its guests. The menu includes an assortment of main dishes, sandwiches and pasta dishes. The place also offers pizza, salads and dessert items that can tickle the palate of the guests of the resort.
Since the Eden Resort only has ten rooms, its staff can easily provide personalized service to its guests. All the rooms have a 180-degree view of the ocean. Room rates at the Eden Resort start at PHP 2,800 for the budget room. The double room and twin room of the resort are priced at PHP 4,800 while the suite costs PHP 7,800.
The excellent view from the rooms, notable facilities and accommodating staff of the Eden Resort in Santander definitely makes it a little piece of paradise in the south.
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