Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar: More Than Just a Beautiful Place

You’ve probably seen photos of Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar somewhere in the vast world of the internet and, probably, the first thing that’s going to come to mind is, “Wow! What a beautiful place!” But what really is Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar all about? Here’s a short rundown of what you can find at this picturesque location.

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Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar gives you more than just a lovely sight to see when you visit this accommodation in Bataan. First of all, they make sure that your visit to the place is hassle-free by providing a shuttle service. The shuttle provided by the resort has two pick-up points: New World Hotel in Makati and Astoria Plaza in Pasig. The shuttle departs at 7:00am and 7:30am respectively and the estimated time of arrival at the resort is at 10:45am. Also, you can take the same shuttle back to Manila at the same pick-up points! The estimated time of arrival back in Manila is at 7:30pm for Astoria Plaza and 8:30pm for New World. You can avail this shuttle service at Php 750 per person, per way.

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Once you’re at the resort, it’s time to let the experience begin! One of the things you can check out at Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar is the Heritage Tour wherein you would be toured around the property with a tour guide telling you the stories behind the beautiful houses. There’s even a museum of olden time items which you can check out at Casa Luna, the house of Juan and Antonio Luna’s uncle! Did you know that these houses are deconstructed from their original cities or provinces and reconstructed at the property of the resort? Pretty cool, huh? This keeps the authenticity of the entire moment, giving you a resort experience like no other.

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Speaking of something unique, you should definitely check out Hotel De Oriente at the resort! Hotel De Oriente is the first Luxury Hotel in the Philippines which was built way back in 1889. Now, it stands tall and proud at the only heritage resort by the sea, Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar.

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What was once the pride of Bindondo, Manila is now the pride of Bataan as Hotel De Oriente now serves as a convention center. In fact, the Finance Ministers of the APEC summit held their event here as well as the Harana concert featuring Lani Misalucha. What sets this place apart from everything else in the stunning resort is the meticulously designed interiors, featuring well-crafted woodworks and wood colors that are very pleasing to the eyes. Honestly, it would make you feel like royalty once you step inside! For only Php 200 as a maintenance fee, you can check out this beautiful convention center and see for yourself how it was made and why the place is truly a Filipino pride.

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Being a heritage resort, Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar is all about promoting the beauty of our culture. Other than the usual beach activities like swimming or riding a jet ski or a banana boat, you can also travel back in time even in the simplest things like walking around the property with your cameras or phones ready. Not to mention, the resort also has an antique shop, a photo booth where you can have your photos taken while wearing traditional Filipino clothing, a spa that showcases traditional Filipino massages, kalesa rides, and a souvenir shop to keep the memory alive. Also, experiencing the Filipino culture is not complete without food! Head over to Café Marivent for a taste of unique cuisines and Filipino favorites. Chicken Cashew and Gabi Ice Cream are definitely a must-try!

Check out the 40 things you can do at Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar:

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Did this post spark your interest? Feel the warmth of the way Filipinos celebrate Christmas as you get to enjoy and experience the resort as well! Check out the Paskuhan sa Las Casas 2015. Hopefully, you’d find the unique experience at Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar a memorable one that transcends through time!

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