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Shangri-La's Mactan Resort and Spa

Nestled amidst 13 hectares of lush-greenery, landscaped gardens and with a 350-meter exclusive white-sand beach, Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu is the quintessential modern-day paradise.

Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa has 547 well-appointed rooms and suites that feature a stylish design, sleek contemporary furniture with a tropical feel and in-room media amenities to help you stay connected – even when you’re in paradise. Travelers looking for a more exclusive retreat can enjoy a “resort within a resort” at the Ocean Wing where most rooms lead to a spectacular view of the clear blue sea.

At the 7th and 8th floors of the Ocean Wing are 40 Ocean Club rooms for guests who prefer a more private and personalized experience. Guests staying at the Ocean Club rooms enjoy private check-in/out service and exclusive facilities and amenities including WiFi internet access, daily buffet breakfast and cocktails at the Ocean Club Lounge.

The Adventure Zone, a 3-level thrilling playground complete with a drop slide and obstacle course for kids, and the E-Zone, a multi-media entertainment area for adults, provide guests with exciting indoor options. A daily line-up of complimentary scheduled outdoor activities and exciting water sports facilities at the beach allows guests to experience Cebu’s golden sunshine.

Guests seeking a relaxing retreat will surely find it at CHI, The Spa, when they indulge in one of its signature treatments based on the ancient healing traditions, philosophies and rituals of China and the Himalayas. CHI also offers an extensive range of treatments that make use of indigenous products such as virgin coconut oil, barako coffee, sampaguita flowers, pito-pito herbs, banana leaves, mango, papaya and Philippine lime.

Dining at any of Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa’s seven specialty food and beverage outlets is a definite delight for the discerning palate, with menus prepared by a team of award-winning chefs led by Michellin-starred Executive Chef Emmanuel Guemon. The list of specialty restaurants include Tea of Spring with its authentic Chinese cuisine, Acqua offering a wide selection of Italian fare, Cowrie Cove with its daily selection of fresh seafood, and Tides, an all-day dining restaurant with an open-kitchen theatre set-up that allow guests to have a full-sensory dining experience.

Since its opening in 1993, Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa has garnered numerous local and international awards for its hotel facilities, spa services, food and beverage offerings and corporate social responsibility programs

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