A hidden gem in the Negros Islands is just within your reach, the eco-friendly Punta Bulata Beach Resort and Spa is finally here. Fine white sands, a beachfront location with waters teeming with wildlife, plus a close location to one of the country’s finest diving spots makes this stay one to visit.
Punta Bulata Beach Resort and Spa itself is friendly too for guests who miss modern comforts – there’s free Wi-Fi all around, board games to be played and for special occasions, they can set something up for you at the beach.
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About Punta Bulata
Couples: Even though the resort already looks stunning and romantic during daylight, the views will surprise lovers at night. The lights give a soothing ambiance perfect for special dinners and quiet moments under the stars.
Families: Feel like a local as there are rooms within the resort that will really give you a home away from home - you can book villa-type accommodations with bedrooms, a kitchen, a dining area, and even a patio that looks on to a manicured lawn. It will give a sense of privacy while being close to the everything the resort offers.
Events: No matter what type of occasion you have in mind, either work-related or personal, Punta Bulata will help you plan them into succession to achieve what you have in mind against a scenic backdrop. Just imagine taking photoshoots during sunsets, a beach wedding, a beach that can serve as a team building site for company outings, you name it, this Bacolod Resort can make it happen!
Accommodations: From native Filipino nipa-hut cottages to relaxing spa rooms, have the freedom to choose from a wide variety of accommodations that places you just a few steps from the beach. Stay in luxurious yet cozy rooms with Capiz-shell doors and garden themed bathrooms, and stepping out right on the beach, feeling the sand beneath your feet and the ocean breeze gently blowing.
The Ayu Spa: Nothing says luxury like going on a vacation and treating yourself for a relaxing massage. The resort has spa rooms dedicated to weary travelers in search of rejuvenation. They can also accommodate couples, families, and groups.
Swimming Pool: Before or after taking a refreshing swim from the infinity pool, enjoy the company of loved ones, friends, a good book, or a fine drink while lounging in the spa garden and gazing at the beauty of the sea. There’s also a wading pool for tiny tots to safely splash around.
La Veranda Restaurant: Satisfy cravings and hunger with Punta Bulata’s on-site restaurant that offers delicious cuisines, refreshing drinks, and even fresh seafood. So go ahead, step right in and order up!
Now that we’ve established on where to stay in Bacolod, you can now make the most of the resort and what the area has to offer its visitors. Let out the adventurous you and explore fun attractions near the area that could make for an unforgettable travel experience in and out of the ocean.
Danjugan Island Marine and Wildlife Reserve: Trek, dive, snorkel, or kayak - explore this island gem anyway you want! With its coral reefs, lagoons, rich marine and terrestrial biodiversity, this place is like a mini getaway during your vacation.
Sugar Beach: If you can’t get enough of beaches in Negros Occidental’s Bacolod, in nearby Sipalay, discover another ideal beach destination for relaxation with its sugary brown-colored beach. When you’re not bumming at the beach, swimming, or doing any water sports, visit the nearby resorts and go on a food trip by trying their different take on local dishes.
3D Diving Sipalay: Calling all first time divers and snorkelers! Have professional and experienced instructors take you into scuba and snorkeling adventures to the incredible underwater attractions of Sipalay and Danjugan Island such as caves, wrecks, and reefs.
Mad Max Pier: Fondly called Mad Max by tourists and divers due to the dilapidated state of its gigantic structures and equipment, The Bulata Pier is an abandoned seaport that also offers a great diving spot.
Hulao-Hulao Reef: This is probably one of the reasons why snorkelers and divers get attracted to Cauayan and Sipalay, numerous diving spots that each has a unique wonder to offer underwater visitors. Some even say it’s something to behold, especially during a low-tide.