Reasons Why You Should Avoid Maribago Bluewater Beach Resort Cebu At All Costs
Once in a while, you come across certain unforgettable experiences when you travel, especially when you’re on vacation, which is what happened to us just last weekend at Maribago Bluewater Beach Resort Cebu.
Allow me to share with you our honest review of this five-star resort in Mactan Island:
After swiftly checking-in, the resort lets you hop on to its electric-powered vehicles with one of their well-trained resort staff, who’s super courteous, happy to assist you in everything you need and just concerned about your overall well-being, who will gladly take you to your chosen suite when you could just carry your 30 kilogram backpack that you’ve been dragging along with you since arriving in Manila, your favorite city, as a form of good exercise plus a chance to tour around the how-many-hectares-wide resort yourself on foot and haggardly, under the harsh heat of the sun, while getting lost on the process.
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You’re on honeymoon and they give you a beachfront premier suite with floating beds, see through glass doors with a private patio and a bathtub inside a wash room that could fit forty people when all you ever wanted were bunk beds close to the buffet.
You are given three major dining options within the resort when all you wanted was only one self-service canteen that’s slow to cook with unavailable items on the menu, where all hungry guests come flocking in at the time you’re crazily starving as well: Allegro (your favourite since it’s always a buffet on weekends), The Cove (when you’re on a ‘see food’ diet) and Molto Italiano (oh you get it).
You are given a chance to test out your balancing and rowing skills to see if you’ve got what it takes to compete in the Olympics, within a fun and safe environment ending with a quick stroll at the private island, when all you ever wanted on a relaxing vacation was a near death experience near the sharp coral reefs surrounded by 10-foot high bashing waves requiring an emergency helicopter to rescue you which in the Philippines is not readily available.
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5. Amuma Spa
To relieve stress from the work you’ve been doing 364 days in a year, you are invited to try out a spa experience surrounded by Zen gardens under a cozy and open hut by the pool or by the aquamarine sea with the sound of crashing waves on the background when all you ever wanted was a dark, creepy and compartmentalized massage parlor on a busy street downtown.
6. Swimming Pool
You have the chance to pick among three inviting, well-maintained and uncrowded swimming pools scattered around the resort when all you ever wanted was just one average pool just outside your room, where all resort guests are also there with you all throughout the day feeling like you’re being enveloped by a school of sardines or basically like in a club on a Saturday night.
You could play wizard’s chess just like in Harry Potter movies, let your kids loose in the playground or at Dolpo Kids Club (just not at the shark feeding area), find postcard-perfect spots within the resort then brag about it to your Facebook friends by the hour, play volleyball, foosball, billiards or sing karaoke, do your gym routine if you even have one, go discovery diving or island hopping, buy me a bikini in their souvenir shop or read this cool hotel review on a hammock under the Balete tree then follow @slaypinas on Instagram, when all you ever wanted to do was just to be in your suite all day long watching Game of Thrones which you can always do at home without spending a fortune.
Because the overall feel of the resort is super inviting and romantic especially at night and all you ever needed in a perfect vacation is provided in one airport-accessible destination in Mactan, Cebu, Philippines, AVOID MARIBAGO BLUEWATER AT ALL COSTS because once you’ve checked-in, you wouldn’t want to leave.
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If I can’t convince you otherwise, book online or you may visit Maribago Bluewater Beach Resort Cebu website (check rates) at www.bluewater.com.ph or you may call them at +63 032 402 4100 or 032 517 1600 for details, promos and reservations.