Saturday, May 1, 2010

Rent Villa Cris Non-Hot Spring Resort in Calamba, Laguna

Rent Villa Cris Non-Hot Spring Resort in Calamba

Villa Cris Non-Hot Spring Resort is a private hot spring resort that is located in Pansol, Calamba, Laguna, Philippines.

For details http://villacris.resort.calamba.laguna.wowph.com

Manila Line: (02)4253362
Globe Mobile: 09065038802 / 09054595741
Smart Mobile: 09994705981 / 09083420757 / 09084261623
Sun Mobile: 09333747113 / 09224221644 / 09232351539
TM: 09061188292 / 09169101434
TNT: 09122428437 / 09122428438 / 09122428439

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Villa Cris Non-Hot Spring Resort Features

Non Hot Spring Adult Pool 60sqm, 5 1/2 ft deep
Kiddie Pool 3 ft deep
2 ac rms w/ T&B + bathtub (2 queen sized beds)
2nac rms w/ T&B + bathtub (2 queen sized beds)
2 kubo (9 seater)
Dining Hall good for 20 persons
Conference Hall non ac for 30 persons
4 T&B
2 Shower Rms
Unlimited use of Videoke
Unlimited use of Billiards
Kids park with slide & swings

Guest: Sleeping = 20 and Non Sleeping = 100
Excess Guest: P100 per head
Excess Hours: 500 per hour
Gasul: 150/12 hrs

Rates for up to 30 pax

Off Peak Season Peak Season

Day Swim 4000 7000
12 Hours 5000 9000
24 Hours 9000 15000

Optional use of Conference Hall non ac, additional charge of 1000
Villa Cris Non-Hot Spring Resort is located in Calamba City

Calamba City is a first class city in the province of Laguna, Philippines. Situated only 54 kilometers south of Manila, about an hour by chartered bus. Calamba City is a popular tourist destination with its hot spring resorts, most of which are located in Barangay Pansol, and the Canlubang Golf and Country Club, site of many Philippine Opens. Calamba is also an important modern industrial center in the CALABARZON region as shown by the large number of industrial parks and business estates that are located in the city. According to the latest census, it has a population of 360,281 inhabitants in 58,466 households, making it the most populated town in Laguna province, with San Pedro, Santa Rosa City, Biñan City, and San Pablo City following it as the top 5 municipalities and cities with the highest population in the province. Calamba City is also the birthplace of José Rizal, the country's national hero

Villa Cris Non-Hot Spring Resort is located in the Province of Laguna

Laguna is a province of the Philippines found in the CALABARZON region in Luzon. Its capital is Santa Cruz and the province is located southeast of Metro Manila, south of the province of Rizal, west of Quezon, north of Batangas and east of Cavite. Laguna almost completely surrounds Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country. The province got its name from the Spanish word lago, which means lake or lagoon. Laguna is notable for being the birthplace of José Rizal, the country's national hero. Laguna is also famous among tourists for the Pagsanján Falls, the University of the Philippines campus and the hot spring resorts in Los Baños on the slopes of Mount Makiling, Pila Town Plaza, Taytay Falls, Majayjay, the wood carvings and papier mache created by the people of Paeté, the turumba of Pákil, the Seven Lakes of San Pablo City and the Hidden Valley Springs in Calauan.

Villa Cris Non-Hot Spring Resort is near Mount Makiling

Mount Makiling, also rarely Mount Maquiling, is a potentially active volcano in Laguna province on the island of Luzon, Philippines. It rises to 1,090 m above mean sea level. Legends surround the mountain, many of which relate to Maria Makiling, said to be the 'guardian fairy' of the mountain. The contour of the mountain is said to be that of her in a reclining position. Mt. Makiling is a popular hiking destination. The two major trails begin at the UPLB College of Forestry and Brgy. San Miguel, Sto. Tomas, Batangas. The UPLB trail is more commonly used, taking 4–5 hours to reach the summit (Peak 2). However, this trail is closed as of October 2007 due to trail damage wrought by Typhoon Xangsane on September 2006. The other trail from Sto. Tomas passes by other peaks, is more difficult, and requires 6–7 hours to reach the summit. Both trails are generally established and safe, although throughout the years there have been occasional reports of fatal accidents and injuries, especially on the Sto. Tomas side. Climbers also frequently encounter leeches along the way.

Villa Cris Non-Hot Spring Resort is near Laguna Lake

Laguna de Bay is the largest lake in the Philippines and the third largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia (in terms of surface area) after Tonle Sap in Cambodia and Lake Toba in Sumatra, Indonesia. It is on the island of Luzon between the provinces of Laguna to the south and Rizal to the north. Metro Manila lies on its western shore. Its surface area is 949 square kilometers and has an average depth of only about 2 meters. The lake is shaped like a stylised 'W', with two peninsulas jutting out from the northern shore. Between these peninsulas, the middle lobe fills a large volcanic caldera. Laguna de Bay drains to Manila Bay via the Pasig River. The lake is one of the primary sources of freshwater fish in the country. There is a large island in the lake, Talim Island, which is under the jurisdiction of the towns of Binangonan and Cardona in Rizal province.

For details http://villacris.resort.calamba.laguna.wowph.com


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