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Great place to stay in Calamba, Philippines

 
    Calamba's mapPool with Slide  Fountain
Masters BR with TV, DVD  Bathtub
Terrace with Foosball, rocking chair and picnic table
3angels's pictureby 3angels review
added on 18th of November, 2008

This private resort is a perfect vacation house for families, friends, lovers, or groups to celebrate birthdays, christmas parties, debut, christening, anniversaries, weddings, hold seminars, trainings or team buildings or just simply relax & enjoy.

The resort's features:

1 Large Pool w/ Slide, Rain Fountain, Hammock & Air Bed

1 Masters Bedroom w/ Bathtub, TV & DVD

2 Large Family Rooms

6 Toilet & Bath (including 2 shower rooms)

Kitchen & Dining Area w/ Ref

Nipa Hut with Large Bamboo Bed & Portable Grill

Living Room w/ Videoke & Games

Overlooking Terrace w/ Foosball & Rocking Chair

Ground Floor Billiards Area w/ Videoke

Garden w/ 2 long tables & 1 round table good for 30

Well secured 3 car garage

The resort's FREE amenities:

2 Videoke Cards

Billiard Table Chess

Foosball Table Sungka

Darts Arm Floaters

Mahjong Pool Air Bed

Binoculars Electronic Organ

Bingo High Speed Wi-Fi

Large White Board

Visit 3 Angels Private Hot Spring Resort for more information: http://www.privatehotspring_3angels.ekwa.com

For bookings and reservations contact Christine at (049) 8350312 / 0923-8351539 or email us at

hotspringresort_3angels@yahoo.com or 3angelsprivatehotspringresort@gmail.com

 

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zlori wrote on Apr 30, 2009:
Yeah that's right, we're already workin' on a new partner program with resorts, contact me by PM. for further details, regards
 
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erato wrote on Apr 30, 2009:
Hey, thanks for sharing this! The only info I miss from here is about the pricing.. By the way if you have a hotel resort you might be interested in Travelgrove's new partner program! You will find out later on this site what is this about, Cheers
 
 
 
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Calamba History

The legend was commemorated with a large concrete water jar in the city’s plaza with the names of the different barangays engraved on it. It is now known as the “World’s Largest Claypot,” and is also included in the city’s seal.From Town to City When the Spaniards first visited the region in 1571, they found the local Tagalogs, who settled in large communities along the Laguna de Bay’s shores trading with the Chinese. After establishing Spanish settlements, the area called Bay became the center of trade and the first capital of the province. The fertile soils of Laguna provided much needed supplies and resources. The haciendas or... Read more »

 
 
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