Cordova Reef Village Resort

Cordova Reef Village Resort

Sitio Bantayan Poblacion, Cordova Philippines
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Located in the Southern tip of Mactan Island, approximately 20 minutes from the Mactan International Airport, Cordova Reef Village Resort's unique round villas are nestled in lush tropical greenery in absolute privacy. The 4-hectare property has a generous sized pool and a view of the ocean where guests can watch the sunset and unwind at the resort's Kota Beach Bar.The resort is also within close proximity to Cebu's only floating native restaurant, Lantaw and a 20 minute boat ride to the Marine Sanctuary of Hilutungan where guests can snorkel and swim amongst at least 30 different species of marine life.Cordova Reef Village Resort is the ideal place that gives guests a simple and carefree idyllic vacation in a seaside village.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Pool
Sauna
Free breakfast
Beach
Canoeing
Airport transportation
Parking
Wifi
Hot tub
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Breakfast in the room
Poolside bar
Game room
Billiards
Car hire
Taxi service
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Spa
Massage
Steam room
24-hour security
BBQ facilities
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Air conditioning
Private beach
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Non-smoking rooms
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ants080 wrote a review Aug 2022
Japan38 contributions27 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
There were clear signs of wear. The rooms are separate circular units with a partition that divides the room in half, on for the sleeping area and the other for the toilet (which had a bath tub in my case separate fro the shower). There is also a relaxing area outside of each unit with a table and chairs. The air conditioning system is decent, however, there had a shortage in electricity that was solved in a few hours. There is no safe, no directory book. A phone that links to the front desk?
What was unbelievable to me was the fact that there was no Internet access. They are repairing the systems, they said. I wonder for how many months. It seems it comes for a while. But, if you are looking for a very quiet stay, this is the way to go.
A brand new set of towels would give a better image to the hotel. All I got were pilling, wore down, and gray (not white). Also the bath robes. Moreover, In noticed some towels with bird droppings.
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Date of stay: September 2021
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John B wrote a review Jan 2015
London, England, United Kingdom91 contributions140 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Cordova Reef Resort is a little off the tourist trail, at the south eastern tip of Matican Island. A yellow meter taxi from the airport takes about 25 mins depending on traffic and will cost around 250pp. To get to pier 1 at Cebu a white cab cost us 600pp (this includes the extra 100pp cabs charge to pick up from the resort) and took about 45 mins. The resort offers a range of round villas, with the best ones being those with a pool view as the rest don't let you see much more than your neighbour's air conditioning. The rooms are set back from the 'beach', behind a stretch of grass. The beach itself is a short piece of decent enough sand from which you can take a kayak or paddle board around the bay...but watch out for sea urchins and their painful spines. The rooms are large and the beds are exceptionally comfortable with soft but supporting mattresses and huge pillows. The air conditioning is powerful and there's a small fridge and decent TV. The bathrooms are also big, with a good bath and a powerful shower. If our room was typical a little maintenance might be in order though, as some of the fittings were a bit tired, examples being a loose power socket in the bathroom and a plug in the bath which wouldn't open once pressed down. The pool area is large and there are ample sun loungers with comfortable cushions - although the loungers are the fixed, moulded type meaning you can't raise the backs up. The pool itself is huge, but not deep, and is great for cooling off. It isn't heavily chlorinated, but it's also a little cloudy. That said, it's clean enough and well laid out with an attendant on duty most of the day to help with towels etc and provide a life guard service if needed. Food and drink is served at the restaurant by the pool. There is a simple menu with sensible prices, but don't expect everything advertised to be available...no mint for the mojitos while we were there sadly. The grilled prawns are great, as are the Philippino breakfast dishes. For those of you unable to live without uninterrupted internet access our experience was patchy. There are several wifi networks around the resort, but one seemed to have no connection to the outside world and the other was out of action for as long as it was working - however it was quick enough when it was there. The staff couldn't be faulted in their friendly attitudes, and security is excellent, with a gate guard checking everyone entering and leaving the complex. If you do want to venture outside there is a 15 minute walk to the nearest 7/11 store with pharmacy Cross the street. You'll walk past a host of ramshackle stores and homes along the way, and if you don't want to do the journey on foot there are plenty of cycle-sidecars more than willing to take your custom. We had booked as a stopover before heading to Bohol, having seen a ferry route on the map direct from the pier next to the resort. However on asking at reception for times we were told we couldn't use this crossing due to 'local regulations' although we are still none the wiser what this means. Overall a comfortable enough stay, possibly slightly over-priced, but a great option for a few nights if you have just done a long-haul flight to the region (we'd been travelling over 24 hours) and you're looking for somewhere to relax and adjust to the time difference before striking out to explore further afield.
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Date of stay: January 2015
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Poolside rooms have the best outlook.
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HairyGerry wrote a review Jan 2014
Moscow, Russia5 contributions11 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
There is no beach here for swimming - kayaking only.
If you like to swim in the sea like we do go elsewhere.
Personally, I didn't travel 7000 km to swim in the pool.

Poor and inconsistent wifi connection anywhere on the premises.

The hotel is very remote and the outside area, Cordova, is slums and doesn't look safe.

Anywhere you want to go, you should go by taxi - extra travel expenses.

Poor and overpriced menu - and not everything on the list is available.

The information you get at the reception is incorrect - e.g. the prices for the Maribago Blue Water resort was 450 piso, while when we arrived there, it turned out to be 1450 piso per person - day use.

The spa is not worth the money - very mechanical masseuses.

Positive:

Clean rooms

Summary:

We only slept at the hotel and tried to go elsewhere during daytime - Bohol, or Island hoping (which by the way we found a few times cheaper than suggested at the hotel - 3000 php for 4 people, instead of 5200 php per person).
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Date of stay: January 2014
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
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hischicken wrote a review Dec 2005
Sydney, Australia9 contributions33 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
This was without a doubt the worst holiday for us. Cordova Reef Village Resort was just awful. Beside everything that went wrong (and we have only listed the major things here), the resort is surrounded by a VERY poor residential area and we noticed one night that a few of them were carrying guns. Security at the resort was practically non existent so this made us feel very vulnerable. We stayed for 11 days. We actually tried to leave the day after we arrived but everywhere else was fully booked while we were there. When we arrived, the phones did not work and it took a week to get them fixed and then they only worked for one day. This just compounded the problem as whenever anything went wrong I did not have the convenience of just picking up the phone to get it sorted out. Here goes: Accommodation - 1. The rooms were filthy, there was a thick layer of dirt near the shower which housekeeping never cleaned up even though we pointed it out. 2. Room was not well lit so very dark in the middle of the day. 3. Phones did not work so could not order room service (not that you would want to!). 4. Housekeeping would forget to make up our rooms so on one day we were left without towels, toilet paper and soap. 5. We constantly had to ask housekeeping to replenish amenities such as soap and toilet paper. 6. Mini bar was not restocked everyday with water (water is not drinkable in the Philippines so bottled water is essential) so we would run out. 7. Spa bath did not work at all. Food - 1. The food was DISGUSTING. The mashed potatoes were literally like rubber. We had to eat elsewhere everynight and this resort is in the middle of nowhere so the nearest place was about a 30 min taxi ride - this was obviously an added expense. 2. We ate at the restaurant the first night and there were only 8 guests in the restaurant and we had to wait 45 minutes for our meal. When we inquired about the wait we were told that they were "a little bit busy" (I nearly choked on my pineapple juice!). 3. Advertised the rate as being inclusive of a buffet breakfast - we never saw it! Facilities - 1. The pool lounge chairs and tables were absolutely filthy. They looked like they had never been cleaned. 2. The pool was not cleaned once in our first week there. General - 1. We hired a jetski that needed servicing. There was just no power to it. 2 - one night we were woken up in the middle of the night by a loud bang in our room. We could not find what had caused it so no problem. Just about to fall back asleep when the mini bar fridge starts making really loud noises. We eventually get that fixed ourselves and just about to get back to sleep and at 5am the staff start blaring music from the restaurant area. Because the phones are not working it means I have to get up and dressed and walk to reception to get them to fix it. We had been there almost a week at this stage and had had enough. We asked to speak to the manager. 2 days later we had heard nothing so we asked again. They ended up sending the sales manager to see us and he past on our complaints to the manager. 2 days later we still had not heard from the manager and they sent the assistant operations manager to see us and we were told that there is no resort manager. By this time there was another family who had arrived and left out of disgust also. They told us that the resort tried to get them to pay a higher room rate on leaving! Another thing that also compounded our frustration was that when we first arrived it was just my husband and I there and 3 Korean couples so service was quite skimpy - which did not bother us too much, but when a few Europeans started to arrive suddenly the pool was being cleaned every morning, nice music was being played at breakfast etc. They eventually gave us a very small discount and we refused to pay for any food we had while there and then on checking out they tried to get us to pay for more. I lost it and we left. We wised up and spent most of our days at the Shangrila Mactan Island Resort during the day. I would recommend that place or Alegre or Pulchre!
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Date of stay: December 2005
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from CordovaReef00, Front Office Manager at Cordova Reef Village Resort
Responded Sep 6, 2013
We are indeed thankful for your comment for it will help us more better that it happen in the past. The new management right now are working so hard to satisfy the guest, and will make cordova reef a better place to stay. Thank you.
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Rob C wrote a review Jun 2014
Castries, St. Lucia19 contributions45 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked a premium poolside villa. The room was a bit tired but clean. All the staff were friendly. We had to leave as this resort is spoiled by the karaoke bar close by. It is broadcasting karaoke at a level that makes your ears bleed. the karaoke starts around eight hours n the morning and finishes around two in the morning
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Date of stay: June 2014Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Chan341 wrote a review May 2010
Hong Kong1 contribution7 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I had my very terrible vacation with my wife and we swear that we will never stay in this hotel again. We stayed in this hotel for 3 nights and it's not near to the airport at all. I spent more than 40 minutes by taxi for me to get there. For the activiity, please pay extra attention when you discuss with the front desk, especially for island excursion. I brought all cash with me in USD and at first I asked the front desk if they accept USD and they said they only accept Philipine dollars and all the fees will be calculated in philipine dollars. The thrid day, we had the island excursion, the front desk prepared a boat for me and my wife and we agreed all the package price in philipine dollars with the front desk with meal and all the boat charges. The package should have included 3 island visits but the boat guy only arranged one for us and all the staff on the boat ate all our food on the island after I came back to the table after swimming with my spouse ,and we had to pay extra money to order the lunch by ourselves. When I asked the boatman for a life jacket for swimming near to the island, he even asked me to pay for around 200 philipine dollars for renting the safety precautions, what the hell, I was thinking if I was supposed to pay him for talking with us?? Before we got off the boat, the boatman asked us to pay for the package fee, so for sure we paid that to him as he gave us a half day trip(and the front desk lady told me to pay for the island fee on the island myself). Story came out when we check the bill on the last day at the front desk, I figured out that there was one island excursion fee for around USD120 and I told the guy at the front desk who is the CEO of the hotel, he then told me I have to pay for that in USD now at the front desk, I was shocked cos on his price list, there was nothing stated in USD and the front desk even told me they will not accept USD and there is not exchange service for USD to PH on the first day , then the lady at the reception said "yes, this charge have to be calculated in USD" We were shocked and then I told her I paid the island excurstion fee directly to the boatman, she and the CEO Alex were so surprised and they said why I paid to them directly and he asked me and my wife to pay for it by credit card now first for almost USD200 and he will refund to me once he talk with the boatman for the payment. It's been almost a month and what I got from him is that he said " I dont know the boatman at all and why dont you tell me within 24 hours when you know it", They are trying to give us back all the resonsibilities. After I read his reply, me and my wife were so angry and we were ripped off by this so called hotel. I would not suggest anyone to go there as it's unsafe to stay there, they even don't know who those people are on the boat and the hotel even can ask you to spend a whole day with strangers. I agree with other users that their beach is quite dirty at all and you can't even swim there, dont' be cheated by those photos on the internet. I am not a story maker and I am not here writing a story, I have all the email conversations with the so called "CEO" of the hotel and you can email me if you want for your reference, please stay at other hotels but not this one!!! It's ridiculous!
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Date of stay: April 2010
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from CordovaReef00, Front Office Manager at Cordova Reef Village Resort
Responded Sep 5, 2013
We are so much thankful for your comment, for it is indeed helpful to us more especially to our new management. Thank you so much, we are now looking forward that the new management will be given a chance to served you to your satisfactions.
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MikeeeDee wrote a review Aug 2015
3 contributions6 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I wouldn't recommend this place for the following reasons:

First, I think the professional photos were taken back in 1997 or even earlier. The place would have been amazing back then. Management is trying to keep the place up-to-date with new toilets and a bathtub, but it doesn't help when there is no water coming in! There was no hot water when we checked-in, too! You can definitely see the wear and tear in the rooms.

Second, to get an internet connection your room needs to be near the bar or the reception desk. Good luck getting one bar!

Third, the swimming pool was dirty. There was a cloudy substance in the water. They were suppose to clean it, but they left the cleaning materials in the pool and they never got around to cleaning it.

Fourth, the amount of food served does not reflect the total cost. For example, I ordered chicken wings made with some special leaves and I ended up getting only 4 pieces. I don't remember the amount, but it wasn't worth it.

Fifth, avoid getting massages! The masseuse hurt me more than she soothed me. On top of that, they were not professional at all! When we entered the room one of them had there feet on the couch at the lobby! They greeted me while they were looking elsewhere. I felt like I wasn't there.

Overall, my experience was terrible and I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone!
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Date of stay: August 2015
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Not Room 4
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Aleksandra wrote a review Jun 2018
Wellington, New Zealand107 contributions78 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Cordova Reef Village Resort is not great, not terrible, just ok. My husband and I chose it based on the reviews that complained it was too quiet, because after a week in hectic Cebu City we wanted a quiet getaway. We got that, apart from the second morning, when we got woken up around 6.30am by staff going to start the breakfast service - they were talking loudly and started playing music quite loudly at that time.

Most of the huts were unoccupied during our stay, and we maybe saw 4-6 other guests while we were there. You'd think you'd get amazing service with so few people staying there, but most of the staff were just sitting or standing around chatting to each other. One of the girls at reception was very nice and helpful, but the bar staff didn't know how to make the most basic cocktails, even ones they had on the menu.

The breakfast selection wasn't great, some rice and grilled fish, sweet-ish rolls, and an omelette station - the omelettes were perfect. No bacon (in the Philippines!), bitter coffee, no tea, super sweet juices and a few pieces of fruit to choose from. I guess with so few guests it would be wasteful to have more?

The room was spacious, and so was the bathroom, and it was clean and tidy. It had good towels, bathrobes, and we also got very nice separate towels for the pool. The aircon worked, and the hot water didn't until we asked about it the second day, and then it was turned on. There were tiny ants in the room, but they didn't seem interested in us.

The pool was great to cool in on hot days, and was kept clean from the falling leaves. The beach, however, was pretty poor. We only went there when we went kayaking (the kayaks are available free of charge), and it was covered in rubbish and debris, definitely not suitable for swimming. The kayaking was quite pleasant, because there were pretty much no waves, but there was rubbish in the water, and we could see dead reef under us.

We booked the "island hopping" trip at check in, and it wasn't worth the 4,700 pesos we paid for the two of us. People in the village were trying to sell one to us for 500-1,000 pesos, but as we had already booked it, we declined. The trip had two stops: one at a snorkelling stop, where hundreds of other tourists were taken by other boats, it was pure chaos. A few times we narrowly avoided being hit by incoming boats while we were swimming. There was absolutely no information or instruction, and people were breaking off bits of coral, touching it, and even the boats themselves were tying rope to the corals! When we arrived, a random guy got on our boat saying he was the life guard, so we expected some briefing from him, but all he did was offer to bring us coconut later, at 250 pesos a piece (they are around 60 pesos in supermarkets in town), so we declined. After we finished snorkelling, another guy appeared on the boat, smoking a cigarette (!), this time trying to sell us shell necklaces. We were super annoyed at that stage because if you book a private boat for this much money, you could at least expect not to be bothered by people trying to rip you off. The second stop was at a beach, which was maybe 100 m wide (we tried to walk a bit further and got stopped by a guy saying it was "private" past a certain point), and full of tour groups. There was a somewhat interesting small seafood market, but otherwise nothing to do, no shelter from the sun, and no place to even lie down on a towel. And we got asked a few times whether we paid the beach fee, which was included in the tour, and we had to send them to the boat to sort it out, as our "guides" didn't come with us. They didn't speak much English, so we couldn't find out anything from them. The lunch provided as part of the trip was two sad looking sandwiches on dried up white bread, with a slice of ham and processed cheese in them.

Overall I don't regret staying at Cordova Beach Resort, because we got our quiet few days reading books by the pool and relaxing, but I don't think I'll be going back there. It's too bad, because this place has huge potential and could be amazing.
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Date of stay: June 2018
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Omri S wrote a review Jan 2017
Tel Aviv, Israel12 contributions19 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed here over a weekend in January and were really disappointed. The pool was very dirty, curtains and sheets in the room were stained and had holes in them, the bathrobes looked like had been used for 10 years. The staff was friendly and helpful but the facilities are just poor. Low value for money...
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Date of stay: January 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Charl8889 wrote a review Jan 2017
19 contributions40 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We decided to treat ourselves to this hotel for christmas. Wish we hadn't bothered. Our first impressions were good. The rooms are really nice if somewhat dated however they were large and cool. We booked for the Christmas Eve 7 course meal which was just awful for the price. Definitely wasnt 7 courses. The bar also closed at half 9. The meals were disgusting and over priced, most things you ordered were not in stock. For example no potatoes or eggs. The San Miguels came warm and were double the price of anywhere else. We were sick of spending a fortune on inadequate food and drinks so decided to run the gauntlet and go to the 7/11. We were absolutely petrified. The hotel is basically built in the middle of nowhere in the middle of a shanty town. The children were grabbing us asking for money. We just felt really unsafe and it was as though we were flaunting our apparent wealth in front of these people due to the isolated location of the hotel. We didn't end pup going to 7/11 due to being so scared. The pool and pathways are filthy and there is absolutely no entertainment. There was nothing what so ever on on Christmas day. Total let down. The final nail in the coffin was being charged almost 6 NZ dollars for a broken glass which blew off the table in the rain storm. Just could not wait to get out of the place.
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Date of stay: December 2016
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Answer from johnwong65
Quezon City, Philippines79 contributions99 helpful votes
Better choose another resort cause the beach is not suitable for a swim especially low tide no coral for fish to live
Mark M asked a question Jun 2017
London, United Kingdom257 contributions54 helpful votes
What's the best way to get from the airport to the hotel ? Is there a shuttle bus or is it best to taxi?
Answer from MichiS.
Hamburg, Germany107 contributions7 helpful votes
I don´t know about a shuttle bus, i took a taxi. Best way to get there is by taxi. But be aware, the Driver gonna ask for an extra Money, because it´s far. When you going to Cebu City, the regular Price with taximeter is 250 Peso. But when you wanna go home at night, even without traffic it´s around 45 minutes drive. So some taxi Drivers really refuse to take you there. The Office is helpful and calls you a taxi. Price to Abreeza Mall is 500 php.
Answer from Arno E
Malaga, Spain214 contributions52 helpful votes
The pool at the resort is free to use during daylight hours.
Answer from Arno E
Malaga, Spain214 contributions52 helpful votes
I think so, as it is a wide resort.
Anthony J wrote a tip Apr 2019
7 contributions6 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Dont Go is my advice"
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Peter B wrote a tip May 2017
Windsor, Canada5 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"get a good location of a villa poolside"
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Andrew W wrote a tip Jan 2017
Ealing, United Kingdom54 contributions55 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms look good - but the Twin Deluxe Ocean View Villa was worth the extra."
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Arno E wrote a tip Dec 2016
Malaga, Spain214 contributions52 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Try Villa 27 with sea view..."
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Steve P wrote a tip Sep 2016
Redcliffe, Australia1,237 contribution682 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"All self-contained and peaceful."
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PRICE RANGE
₱1,863 - ₱1,979 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
cordova reef village hotel cordova
LOCATION
PhilippinesVisayasCebu IslandMactan IslandCordova
NUMBER OF ROOMS
50
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cordova Reef Village Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Cordova Reef Village Resort?
Nearby attractions include Casa Gorordo Museum (7.7 km), Basilica del Santo Niño (7.4 km), and Yap Sandiego Ancestral House (7.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Cordova Reef Village Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Cordova Reef Village Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Cordova Reef Village Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Cordova Reef Village Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gold Mango Grill & Restaurant, 5 Cien, and The Oriental Spice Gourmet.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Cordova Reef Village Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a sauna during their stay.
Does Cordova Reef Village Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, Cordova Reef Village Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Cordova Reef Village Resort offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Cordova Reef Village Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Japanese, and Filipino.
Are there any historical sites close to Cordova Reef Village Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Yap Sandiego Ancestral House (7.7 km), Fort San Pedro (7.0 km), and 1730 Jesuit House (7.6 km).
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