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Casa del Mar Resort Hotel

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Cebu City, San Remigio, Philippines
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Accommodation
All our suites are equipped with individually controlled air-conditioning for your comfort. Beautifully finished with Italian tile floors and plush fittings and decor. Plus each suite has wonderful sea views allowing you to watch the sunrise and set over the clear waters of our beach.With hot and cold water, standby generator, phone contact with reception, room service and all the other frills of a fine resort you will find it hard, not to want to stay an extra day or two.

Dining
The Sunset Cafe is our main restaurant where you can enjoy an array of real Italian pasta dishes, French crepes, Mexican tacos, Swiss cheese raclette and gourmet sandwiches. For those that like the Filipino favorites we have a huge selection to meet all tastes.All accompanied by your choice of fresh fruit shake or juice, cold beer or a glass of excellent wine.

Location
Cebu has an international airport with direct flights from Manila and a number of Asian Countries including Singapore and Taiwan. San Remigio is a charming and romantic village in the northern tip of Cebu island, approximately 100 kilometers from Cebu City, "boom" capital of the South and the Philippines' top tourist destination.

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