The main reason for my trip to Legaspi is I did an ocular visit to the MISIBIS BAY resort. I was tasked to design the uniforms of the staff, so they flew me in so that I may get a feel of the place! When I drove up, I was filled with anticipation because I have seen the drawings of the resort and from the drawings alone, I could feel that this was something that appealed to my aesthetic.
The resort is located along the Misibis Bay on a sprawling island that has really majestic views! When I visited the place, it was 80% complete. Even at that point, I could already feel that this is going to be a must- see destination in the Philippines! The resort will be managed by Rain Tree group, the same group that has been receiving massive raves from other resorts like Discovery Shores in Boracay, Camp John Hay in Baguio, and the Discovery in Tagaytay.
The Resort opens on May 1 and they have a promo already listed in their website at www.misibisbay.com For all of you adventure buffs, this is the place to go! I encourage you to come and be the first to visit this beautiful property! I guarantee that you won’t regret it!
Since the main entrance was still in its finishing stages, we entered from the side. This was the kids pool area.
This is the kind of view that you will be getting when you visit the MISIBIS BAY resort.
This is the main pool area!
They have 20 villas around the resort and these are the villas in the back.
I was really inspired when I visited the rooms, as I am in the works to do my dream beach home and this was the kind of look that I was aiming at! Don't you just love the large glass sliding doors and mirrors?
The entrance of one of the villas. VERY CHIC INDEED!
This is how the room looks like! I am loving the clean lines and soothing colors! Mind you, this is not yet done and they still have to add some finishing touches.
Another view of the room.
The bathrooms are also very modern and minimal. I LIKE!
The villas are linked by a large pool lagoon. I love the fact that each room leads to a swimming area just a few steps away. The pool was so inviting!
There are also some waterfront villas like this one!
I really cannot wait to visit Misibis again and stay in this villa! Imagine waking up to the sunrise on this balcony? HAAAAY!
This is where I want to read and have a foot massage! I can just get lost in the vista!
Another water side villa!
I felt so sad when I had to leave!
The have a small beach in front of the resort and I found this curious looking tree! I thought it was beautiful and scary at the same time!
This is the interior of the main cafe of the resort!
They had these interesting ceiling lights that reminded me of my LEGO as a child. LOL!
You can rent out their chopper if you want and have a quick zip around the area. This is a super cool way of visiting the Mayon volcano, for you can really see the crater up close.
We took a speed boat back to the city it was really fun!
The speed boat ride gave us amazing views of the Mayon volcano during sunset.
The outside dining area of the resort.
Another view of the interiors of the cafe!
Ferdi Salvador is the "Director of Style" for the Raintree resort group ( Don't you just love his job title?) Thanks for the lovely weekend, Ferdi!
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