Sunday, October 28, 2012


Pearl Farm Beach Resort is a renowned world-class beach resort in Samal Island off the coast of Davao City. It is nestled on a secluded cove in the Island of Samal, cascaded with pristine white sandy beaches, unspoiled lush vegetation, and flourishing flora and fauna. This 14-hectare paradise was once a pearl farm, where thousands of giant white-lipped oysters (taklobo) transported from the Sulu Sea, were cultivated for their pink, white, and gold pearls for commercial purposes.



Located in the southern part of the Philippines is the Samal group of Islands, an archipelago consisting of nine islands which stretch out over a land area of 28,000 hectares. Samal is a beautiful, tranquil and exotic island with a coastline adorned with white sand beaches, abundant marine life, rock formations, mangroves, and landscape of coconut palms, flowering plants and fruit bearing trees. The area is blessed with various natural attractions and flourishing flora and fauna.

ACCOMMODATIONS


Balay House - The Balay Houses (two buildings) are located on the hillside. All rooms are furnished with native materials and décor. The rooms are air-conditioned, equipped with mini-bar facilities, hot & cold shower, cable television and telephone. All rooms have a garden view and most rooms have a panoramic view of the sea from the verandas.


Samal House - The Samal Houses are built on stilts on the water. They are patterned after the houses of the Samal tribe of Mindanao, who are seafarers. All rooms are air-conditioned, with separate toilet & bath, coffee & tea facilities, safety deposit boxes, hairdryer and cabled televisions. All rooms have balconies where you can see schools of tropical fishes. The rooms are beautifully appointed with the bright colors of pink, yellow and blue of the Samal tribe.


Mandaya House - The Mandaya Houses are located near the aqua sports area of the resort. The Mandaya Houses surround the Mandaya swimming pool (one of the 2 pools in the resort).
All rooms are air-conditioned with mini-bar, coffee & tea facilities, hairdryer, safety deposit boxes and cable television. The rooms are spacious enough that it can accommodate a third person. It also has a spacious dressing area. A small pocket garden is located at the back of each room. All rooms are adjoining or two rooms are joined to form one house.


Samal Suites - The Samal Suite rooms are two-storey Muslim inspired cottages. The suites are named and decorated according to the different Mindanao tribes such as the Tausug, Yakan, T’boli, Bagobo, B’laan and Maguindanao.
The upper room of the Samal Suite is the masters’ bedrrom, with a King-sized bed. A master’s bedroom with a bathtub is also well appointed. The lower room is the living room, which is convertible into a bedroom and is veri ideal for families with up to 3 children. A sofa bed with a trundle bed can be arranged. A second toilet and bath facility can also be found on the lower level.
The rooms are also air-conditioned, equipped with a well-stocked mini-bar, coffee & tea facilities, hair dryer, safety deposit box and cable television.The Samal Suites have private stairs that lead to the water.


Sunset Suites - The Sunset Suite is built on stilts on the water. Tagged as suite room. Patterned after the houses of the Samal tribe of Mindanao, who are seafarers. Room is air-conditioned, with separate toilet & bath, coffee & tea facilities, safety deposit boxes, hairdryer and cabled televisions. With separate living room and a spacious verandah where you can see schools of tropical fishes. The rooms are beautifully appointed with the bright colors of pink, yellow and blue of the Samal tribe.


Malipano Villas - he Malipano Villas or big houses located at Malipano Island, a secluded island across the resort. There are two types of Villas: five villas have 3 bedrooms and two villas have 4 bedrooms.
All villas are air-conditioned, equipped with mini-bar, coffee & tea facilities, safety box (located at the master’s bedroom), cable television, spacious living room and hair dryers. All rooms have individual toilet and bath, with the master bathroom having a bathtub.Butler service is available for food orders and other guests assistance. A standby speedboat is available to transport the guests to the restaurant and other facilities at Pearl Farm.
The villas have a wide veranda where a small barbeque party can be organized for its guests complete with cooks and waiters.

OTHER AMENITIES

Parola Bar

The Parola Bar features an ambiance of great food, music, videoke, different beverage concoctions and cocktail drinks, with the stunning view of Davao Gulf and adjacent islands, and Mt. Apo (Philippines' highest peak) at the background. The Parola Bar served as a lighthouse when the resort was once a pearl farm.

Ylang-Ylang Spa 
(Photo credit to travelsmart.net)

Ylang Ylang Spa is one of the frequented spots in Pearl Farm. The Spa offers a wide range of beauty and soothing health treatments such as wraps, facials, body massage, and foot spas, using only natural ingredients known for their healing properties and wellness effect for the mind, body, and spirit. It is situated within a garden of vegetation amidst a man-made cascading waterfall.
Ylang Ylang is a popular flower that is endemic to the southeast Asian region, and whose fragrance is among the most intense of all floral aromas. Ylang-Ylang is widely known to be an aphrodisiac.

Butik

Butik is a souvenir gift shop that offers a variety of local handicrafts, native outfits and even the latest in trendy beachwear. Basic toiletries and necessities are also available at the shop.
Mandaya Weaving Center

Mandaya Weaving Center is also one of the frequented places in the resort, and is located near the Maranao Restaurant. Here, Mandaya tribes women skillfully weave their traditionally exotic and colorful handbags, mats, clothing and other native ornaments. The cloth is locally used as “Dagmay” as distinguished by the intricate figures and patterns depicting the tribal folklore and religion of the Mandaya tribe.

You may contact Pearl Farm Beach Resort through:

Manila Office
Ground Floor ANFLOCOR Building, 411 Quirino Avenue corner
NAIA Road, Tambo Parañaque City 1700
Trunk Line: (02) 855-2741 local 207 & 208
Direct Line : (02) 854-7892
Tele Fax #: (02) 854-5599
Email: mnl.reservations@pearlfarmresort.com
mnl.sales@pearlfarmresort.com
dos@pearlfarmresort.com


Davao Sales Office
3F Abreeza Ayala Mall, J.P. Laurel Avenue, Davao City 
Tel #: (63 82) 285-0601, 285-0876
Fax #: (63 82) 285-1914
Email: kadizon@anflocor.com


PEARL FARM BEACH RESORT
Kaputian, Island Garden City of Samal, Philippines
Tel #: (6382) 221 9970
Fax #: (6382) 221 9979

Visit their website @ http://www.pearlfarmresort.com









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