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All villas are fully air-conditioned, equipped with IDD and NDD telephone facilities, 21 inch television set with VHS Player, a fully stocked mini-bar and refrigerator, individual electronic room safe. Each villa has its own marbled bathroom with separate shower and toilet facilities, bath amenities hot and cold shower, telephone extension and hair dryer.
Mar Bantayan Restaurant that has a maximum capacity of 150 people offers authentic Philippines and international cuisine with a wide selection of exquisite wines. It can be converted into a piano bar at night. Relax and unwind at Abutanan Bar by the pool. The bar can accommodate up to 50 people.
The resort nestles in the coastal towns of Cordova, southeastern tip of Mactan Island, Cebu, Philippines, surrounded by Camotes Sea in the east and Bohol Strait in the South. It is 7 kilometers away from the airport and 9 kilometers away from Cebu City.
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