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National Highway, Boljoon Philippines
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Cebu Club Fort Med is a beach resort in the town of Boljoon, Cebu where friends, family and companies can spend their vacation from the bustling city life. It is surrounded by lush gardens and the sea - an intimate sanctuary in the South of Cebu.
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Free parking
Free internet
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Bar / lounge
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Diving
Car hire
Meeting rooms
Secured parking
Wifi
Hot tub
Outdoor pool
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Karaoke
Massage
Baggage storage
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Air conditioning
Private beach
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Languages Spoken
English, Filipino
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Eric B wrote a review Dec 2019
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates29 contributions4 helpful votes
We spent two nights here. The room is very basic for the money though the view to the sea was good. There is no TV, no complimentary coffee, tea or water in the room. There is soap and shampoo provided but be aware the water is not entirely sweet. It is a bit salty as the resort is so close to the sea. There is free drinking water in the bar restaurant. The first night we were there was a convention of young clergy so a large buffet was set up for them to the detriment of our meal. The scallops were baked until they became porcelain. The baby back ribs suffered the Filipino sweet tooth and were stingy with only two ribs per serving. Good thing the priests insisted to share there lechon and noodles with us. For such a large resort they shut the bar and restaurant at 7 evening. The pool closes at 9 evening. Surely they can keep the bar open til midnight. The staff are nice, but I think they need a handyman cleaning the paths and small things in the rooms. The pools are nice but expect a few leaves and such blowing into the water. They allowed us to bring drinks in from outside, I guess because the bar shuts so early. . It's a very pretty location and no killjoy rules like no drinking in the pool area. The staff were full of smiles and helpful. I will return.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Room Tip: Bungalows on the seafront have TV
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Arnoud wrote a review Aug 2019
56 contributions17 helpful votes
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This is one of the most beautiful locations where we have stayed overnight: a cottage with a view of the beautiful Bohol sea. But unfortunately the terrain is poorly maintained and kept clean: the swimming pool is partly cleaned and doggy poo was there for two days. The staff is friendly but lazy and not very hospitable. Great brick oven pizzas. We were the only ones on the property apart from a grumpy American with a young Filipina: the staff went on 'team-building' the second day and one guard was left behind. All in all not recommended for Western tourists: only Filipino breakfast and no hot shower with any pressure. If you still want to go for breakfast: take a tricycle (max. 10 pesos) to the public market and buy bananas and get some sandwiches, juice and coffee from Julia's market. The owner of Club Fort Med must be ashamed: such a beautiful place with nice accommodation and high potential to become one of the best resorts on the south-east coast of Cebu island, but he / she puts so little energy and enthusiasm into it in. Such a shame! Please note: there are also casitas with a small queen size bed and a single bed, although you do not see any photos on booking websites. Casita 2 is such an example, which might fit three. Bungalow 1 and Bungalow 2 are two bungalows that look out over the sea, if you want to stay a bit cheaper than in a casita.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Ariel Badilles wrote a review Jun 2019
Cebu City, Philippines148 contributions4 helpful votes
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The room is quite spacious with simple inclusions ornaments - with its own comfort room. There's a small table with chairs outside for some breather and out-of-the-room relaxation. The room we had is very near the pool (a walk for around a minute or two). The beach is not really that great (which is expected with the sea in Boljoon) but their pools is really nice, very picturesque and inviting. The food in their resto is really great, not that pricey but not cheap - just worth of what it is. Really appreciate the staffs (especially in the resto) for being very accomomdating. The location is literally along the highway. The entire area of the resort is really big and there are lots of good angles for photo-taking there. The only concern I had was the water (in the pool, in the room's CR and in the shower areas near the pool) are li'l bit salty. As usual, when we look for accommodations, we always look for availability of food within the area, clean comfort room and good parking area. Food = ✓ (it's a 5-minute ride with our motorcycle to the municipality center - but they always have their resto) Comfort Room = ✓ Parking Area = ✓
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Room Tip: Try to request for rooms near the pool, they'll gladly accommodate you if there're...
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smellydofu wrote a review Jul 2018
Singapore, Singapore152 contributions12 helpful votes
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The staff were friendly and the brick oven pizza was good. The resort had a nice pool and a great view of the sunrise at about 6AM. Getting there was easy, just take a bus from Cebu South Bus Terminal towards Oslob and let the conductor know you want to alight at Club Fort Med. They'll drop you right outside! We stayed at Club Fort Med Resort in March. It was a decent stay, but don't expect too much from this resort. The room we stayed in had no tissue box, no complementary water bottles, and no kettle. We were told that extra pillows would cost 50 pesos. The toilet was clean, but the water from the tap was salty. The shower had barely any water pressure too. Don't order the pasta, it was terrible. Pool had poor filtration system, one was even green in colour! We could hear the gecko ALL NIGHT LONG -_-
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Date of stay: March 2018
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Jhunna wrote a review Jun 2018
Cebu Island, Philippines19 contributions14 helpful votes
Stayed there for 2 nights and got the Oceanview Villa which has a very beautiful view of the ocean. The place isn't a beach, which means it doesn't have sandy shores (picture stoney but man-made stairs which goes down directly to the water). Snorkeling is a fun activity in the area - there's lots of fish and sea kraits. :) But you would have to bring your own gears as they only have 2 sets of snorkels for rent. There are turtles in the area too, if you're lucky enough to find them (quick tip: they go out at 10am and at 4pm) At Php 3,000.00 per night, the room has ample space and is neat & clean but without windows. The door is made of glass with curtains, which when opened, looks absolutely wonderful during sunrise/sunset and high noon. The toilet and bath also has ample space. They also have a pool, but who needs it when you have the ocean? Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and pre-ordered dinner. Downside of this place? Their staff goes home at 7ish-8PM. Meaning there's no one to serve you food and drinks (even water, if you forgot to buy beforehand). There's only one guy which we assume is the security guard who doesn't have keys to the kitchen or the fridge, during the night. The place is also a walk away from the ili rock (go up, there's amazing view) and Boljoon church. The place is rad but I'm giving it a 4 because of the lack of service at night.
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Date of stay: August 2017
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PRICE RANGE
US$39 - US$45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
cebu club fort med hotel boljoon
LOCATION
PhilippinesVisayasCebu IslandBoljoon
NUMBER OF ROOMS
20
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cebu Club Fort Med Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Cebu Club Fort Med Resort?
Nearby attractions include Boljoon Parish Museum (0.7 km) and Patrocinio de Maria Church (0.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Cebu Club Fort Med Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Cebu Club Fort Med Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Cebu Club Fort Med Resort?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Cebu Club Fort Med Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Noordzee Restobar, Voda Krasna Resort & Restaurant, and The Breeze.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Cebu Club Fort Med Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Cebu Club Fort Med Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Filipino.
Are there any historical sites close to Cebu Club Fort Med Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Obong Watchtower (12.2 km).