Andana Resort Guimaras
Resting in a hidden cove southwest of Guimaras Island, the newly opened Andana Resort Guimaras is the first luxury resort in the area. It boasts of warm service and world-class accommodations and amenities for an idyllic island getaway.
Surrender to a relaxing escape where a pristine white sand beach and serene waters await. Andana Resort is elegantly designed in soothing elements of blue and white to complement its picturesque surroundings. Each of its 70-rooms offers a breathtaking view of the beach and an Olympic size pool that opens up to a view of the sea.
Situated just a 15-minute boat ride from Iloilo City, it’s convenient location presents the perfect opportunity to embark on an adventure to explore the sights and sounds of the city and an island holiday with family and friends.
465 Sitio Talisay, Poblacion
Nueva Valencia, Guimaras
(033) 582 1903 to 04
For Inquiries & Reservations:
Manila (0917) 326 3262
Guimaras (0917) 726 3262
About Andana Resort Guimaras
Families: Families looking for exciting ways to bond together are sure to fall in love with the numerous family-friendly activities offered within and near the resort. Large comfortable beds, an infinity pool, and a full-service restaurant all contribute to an enjoyable stay for the whole family.
Couples: Couples can easily keep the flame of romance burning thanks to stunning sunsets, beachfront views, and crystal clear waters. Andana Resort is the perfect venue for couples celebrating anniversaries and other romantic milestones.
Instagrammers: Andana Resort and the entirety of Guimaras is a paradise for guests who are always on the lookout for new Instagram-worthy photo ops. The resort’s breathtaking white sand beaches and stunning architecture will have you thinking you’ve booked a vacation on the Greek Isles.
FEATURES & AMENITIES
Andana Resort is proud to offer a wide range of amenities designed for maximum guest satisfaction. Noteworthy features and amenities found in the resort include:
Beautiful Rooms: Guests can choose from a variety of different luxury rooms: Beach Pod (cozy igloo-shaped structures found along the beach), Poolside Suite, Seaview One Bedroom Suite, and Presidential Suite. The rooms’ interiors are embellished with accents of blue and white to create a refreshing and relaxing ambiance, allowing guests to fully immerse in their island getaway.
Infinity Pool: If you wish to take a break from swimming in the fresh ocean waters, feel free to take a dip in the Adana Resort’s infinity pool. Located right in the middle of the property, the Olympic-size pool can easily accommodate large amounts of guests at any given time. The pool is best enjoyed in the late afternoon as the rays of the setting sun make for a visually stunning backdrop to your vacation photos.
Beach Bar: What could be more relaxing than soaking up some sun while sipping your favorite cocktail? Andana Resort offers a classy beach bar for guests looking for some pre-dinner drinks and ice-cold beers to cap off a long day of fun under the sun. The beach bar also offers mouthwatering takes on all-time Pinoy favorites like Bistek Tagalog and Kare Kare.
Inflatable Waterpark: Release the kid in you and get a thrill out of the inflatable waterpark just off the shore of the resort. The inflatable waterpark boasts several water slides, courses, trampolines, and more. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to be on Wipeout, the Andana Resort’s inflatable waterpark is an experience you won’t soon forget.
Water Sports Rentals: Make the most out of the sparkling ocean water and take advantage of water sports rentals that are readily available at the resort. Guests can rent equipment for water sports such as jet skiing, paddle boarding, snorkelling, and kayaking.
Explore the beauty and history of Guimaras. Some of the island’s most popular attractions and tourist destinations are well within a short ride from Andana Resort.
National Mango Research and Development Center: Home to over 50,000 mango trees, the island of Guimaras is best known for its mango plantations. At the National Mango Research and Development Center, guests are free to explore the vast 8.87 hectares filled with mango trees. Mangoes and grafted mango trees are also available to guests who would like to bring home some of the island’s bounty.
Guisi Lighthouse: Built in the 18th century, the Guisi Lighthouse is best known for its well-preserved period architecture. The Spanish-colonial lighthouse itself is now decommissioned, but tourists are encouraged to climb the spiral staircase to the top of the lighthouse and take in the spectacular view of Guisi Beach and Guimaras Island in all their glory.
Baras Cave: Also known as Buho Ramirez Cave, this offshore cave is known for its remarkable rock formations and the various fruit bats that have taken up residence in the grotto. Visit the cave during low tide and walk around the rock formations or take a refreshing dip in the cave’s pristine waters.