Cavite City, officially the City of Cavite (Filipino: Lungsod ng Cavite; Chavacano: Ciudad de Cavite), is a fourth class urban component city in the province of Cavite of the region of CALABARZON in the Philippines. The city was the capital of Cavite province from the latter's establishment in 1614 until 1954, when it was transferred to the newly created city of Trece Martires near the center of the province. The city is classified as a first-class in terms of income classification.
Restaurants in Cavite City
4 based on 67 reviews
Most relaxing and envigorating. I realize that the difference between Sonya's Spa and other spas in the city is the surrounding where the mood sets your mind. I think the treatments would be almost the same except that the garden makes this experience all the more relaxing and special.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
The house is an important part of Phillipine history and is well preserved rather than restored. It will be very interesting to any history buff but is a little difficult to get to unless you are used to the unique Phillipine local transport system.
4 based on 8 reviews
the Cathedral is teeming with more than centuries old philippine history, priceless religious relics and high vaulted ceilings reminiscent of the Spanish colonial era and the Katipunan period.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
We came here with my Kuya who is a member. He showed us around the beautiful clubhouse and then took us out the pool area. It was getting late, so we could stay and go swimming, but really wanted to. One end of the pool has a sandy bottom, just like you are at the beach. I think if I lived in here, it would be like being on vacation everyday. This is definitely a great place to retire or even just live.
3.5 based on 6 reviews
The monument is a tall tower overlooking the town of Trece Martires (13 Martyrs) which is the capital of Cavite province south of Manila.
When I am there it is my nearest town with some good shops and many small outlets. It has a major mall (Walter Mart) and there is another (SM) mall being built.
3 based on 4 reviews
they have two infinity pools, one pool for kids and the lake/river water. dunno how they were.able.to do it but they somehow able to cement the floor of the river/lake.
its affordable (150 for adults / 100 for kids) infant / babies up to 3years old are free. cottage rent are 400 and up. they have small nipa houses with rooms and bigger rooms just in case you want to spend the night.
they have a sari-sari store and a canteen... just in case you go there on a spur of the moment and didn't bring any food with you, you can buy and order there.
I know you hate it (i know I do) when the parking lot is far from the resort and the cottage that you have to bring your heavy stuff inside the resort, I don't think that will be a problem here. parking is close to the entrance, were you also pay the entrance and cottage fees, two steps you are at the comfort room, pools, canteen... few steps away is the lake/river.. there's also cottages near the lake/river. if the place gets crowded, near the parking lot there's cottages there too.
cleanliness- I would rate it at 1, 5 being the highest. the cottage we got have flies all over it, had to ask someone to clean it and pick up the trash (which they moved near the sink5 steps from us).. even after they clean it, there's still flies.. so we moved to a fewer flies... then when I check the first cottage we got, big and small flies started to settle in.
I hope they could maximize the plants all over the resort to get rid of these flies.
3 based on 18 reviews
We always go birdwatching in Mt. Palay Palay, Ternate but since Caylabne resort was closed for renovations, the other choice left was Puerto Azul, not to stay overnight but to have lunch. The Puerto Azul Resort is set way inside from the main road (Governor's Drive) and you will be asked to leave an ID with the security guard at the entrance. The roads are paved but some parts need to be repaved. When you get to the main clubhouse, you just tell them that you're there to eat and the receptionist lets you in. The waiters are quick and courteous. The waiting time for food to be cooked is short. Even the billing is fast. The prices are reasonable but the quality of the food is not that exceptional. The ambiance is nice and relaxing...by the beach with a breeze; the pool is great and the overall surroundings are clean. Although run down and needing renovation, the place would be a good fit for those who are looking for a less crowded resort, reasonable food with reasonable prices and just a quiet getaway from Manila.
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