The mystical, almost unspoiled island of Siquijor will soon be the home of a super luxury resort.
Built within a 20-hectare property, the 250-room Adama Resort Siquijor, opening in 2020, boasts its own private white sand cove and top-notch amenities that highlight the beauty of the province.
The master plan includes a central foyer that highlights the island’s natural scenery; rooms that are expertly designed to take advantage of natural light enhanced by the use of relaxing earth tone colors; and luxury cabanas beside Siquijor beach’s crystal clear waters.
These masterfully designed amenities will be complemented by an exclusive butler service.
The new development marks 8990 (HOUSE) subsidiary 8990 Leisure and Resorts’ first venture in the luxury resort category.
According to 8990 Leisure and Resorts president Lowell Yu, the pioneering development will tap the relatively undiscovered tourism potential of Siquijor island whose natural landscape can rival some of the most popular tourism destinations in the country.
He adds that Siquijor’s pristine reefs, white sand beaches, and its reputation as a mystical island has captured the imagination of tourists who have visited the province.
Located in the Central Visayas region, Siquijor boasts virgin white sand coastline, clear turquoise waters, pristine reefs, and enchanting waterfalls and caves which offer a more exclusive and exciting version of a getaway. During the Spanish colonial period, Spaniards called it Isla de Fuego (Island of Fire) due to the warm glow from the fireflies in the molave trees.
Adama Resort Siquijor is the first of the 10 new hotels and resorts of 8990 (HOUSE), which are expected to be completed before 2023.
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