Maayo San Remigio: Your next paradise destination in the North
The idyllic town of San Remigio gives more reasons on why we should go there
Known as the gateway to Bantayan Island, the idyllic town of San Remigio, Cebu unbeknownst to others, offers the longest shoreline in all of Cebu.
As it continues to be one of the most visited municipalities in Central Visayas, more investors are seeing the potential of San Remigio as the next top tourist destination in the Philippines.
One of the up and coming hotels that is going to pioneer and rise atop the sprawling white sands and crystal-clear waters of San Remigio is Maayo San Remigio.
As Maayo Hotels prides itself for offering a different take on hospitality; by securing the wellness of its guest, surely this another refreshing escape in San Remigio is going to be worth your while.
Here are glimpses on what you should do at Maayo Hotel San Remigio.
1.) There’s nothing more romantic than take a stroll on the beach with your loved ones. Indulge in the moment to relax while basking in the sun and enjoying the rural tranquility of the town. While it’s best for honeymooners, it’s also nice to enjoy this moment with your family and friends.
2.) Have a refreshing plunge in the pool while enjoying your tropical concoction. If you’re with your friends and family, it will also be more fun if you play water games and sports.
3.) Destress your worries away and visit the spa. Indulge yourself in a relaxing massage while listening to the tunes offered by nature.
4.) Feast in a culinary adventure. Its cuisine boasts a plethora of food selections from fresh seafood, delightful meats or steaks – to Filipino native delicacies and desserts.
5.) A staycation at Maayo San Remigio wouldn’t be complete without a little adventure. Take a side trip to some of San Remigio’s tourist spots. Visit its marine sanctuaries or perhaps learn how to dive. If you happen to visit at 16th of May, you can witness their Lapyahan Festival.
For more updates about Maayo San Remigio and its opening date, visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/maayosanremigio.
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