Spending A Night In Maribago Bluewater

A view from our room

After our two action-packed days at Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort, we bade the paradise goodbye and headed back to the city. It was a three hour drive this time via private transfer that the resort had arranged for us. On our way back to the city, we asked the driver to have a quick stop in Argao so that we can buy some torta and tablea to bring home, and in Carcar for the famous Mat-Mat's chicharon. 

How to go to Bluewater Maribago:

The most convenient way to go to Bluewater Maribago is via private transfers arranged by the resort. However, should you wish to go there by yourself, you may take a metered cab from the Mactan International Airport to the resort. Travel time is approximately 15 minutes.

Or, if you're on a budget, try to look for the yellow multi-cab outside the airport and tell the driver to drop you off at Savemore. From there, there are multi-cabs going to Maribago. Tell the driver to drop you off at the corner where Bluewater Maribago is. From there, you can walk (about 20 steps away) to the resort.


Checking In

We arrived at Bluewater Maribago at a little past noon, so the sun was roaring hot! Good thing, as soon as we got off the car, the front desk officer welcomed us with a cute lei and led us immediately to our Premiere Deluxe room where our refreshing welcome drinks (lemongrass calamansi cooler) were waiting. We also filled out the check-in forms in our room.

Our room this time was a few steps away from the beach. If the photo below looks familiar to you, you guessed it right! The cantilevered beds are the same as the ones in Bluewater Panglao, a signature design by the famous artist, Benji Reyes.


The spacious bathroom is my undisputed favorite part of any of the Bluewater properties. The free-standing tub lures me to a relaxing warm bath.


Lit by natural light, the shower room is another haven for me. It is also child-friendly with its non-skid flooring.



Our room has its own LED TV, and two cantilevered beds. From our veranda, we can already see the beach. How nice it is to watch kids run around or play the sand by the beach. The room is also near The Cove, Bluewater Maribago's seafood restaurant by the sea, and Allegro, the resort's main resto. Location-wise, this room is better than the Amuma Spa Suites if you're after the beach bumming and dining experience.



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MARIBAGO BLUEWATER BEACH RESORT
Buyong Maribago, Lapu-lapu City
Cebu, Philippines 6015

Phone: (63 32) 492 0100
Fax: (63 32) 492 1808
maribago@bluewater.com.ph

MANILA SALES OFFICE
Rm. 704 Cityland Herrera Tower Rufino cor. Valero Sts. Salcedo Village,
Makati City, Philippines

Phone: (63 2) 817-5751 / 887-1348
Fax: (63 2) 893-5391
maribago@bluewater.com.ph


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