April 28, 2018

Orient Pearl Resort: A Resort to Enjoy the Finer Things in Life

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  • People tend to spend a lot of money on resorts when they take a vacation, and a trip to Puerto Galera is no exception. With people focusing on luxury, resorts like Orient Pearl tend to get swept to the side, when they should also be in the spotlight.

    Service is the name of the game for Orient Pearl Resort. Located in Brgy. Santo Niño, it’s the perfect resort for those who want to dive in the waters off of Sabang (like Muelle Bay) while the sun is out, and party once the sun sets.

    You will feel like you’re in your own home at Orient Pearl. It has nine rooms taken care of by its staff, meaning the service they provide is more personal compared to other resorts in Puerto Galera. Led by a Japanese national, you can expect to be treated with care as you make this resort your home away from home in Puerto Galera.

    They have a concierge that offers everything you might need in Puerto Galera, like tour packages to some of the town’s top sights. They also have their own library — a little quirk that separates this resort from others like it in Puerto Galera.

    If you’re feeling peckish, the area around the resort provides ample choices — but why go out of the resort when you can enjoy a delicious Japanese meal from the comfort of their restaurant?

    Orient Pearl Resort is the perfect choice for those who want to enjoy more of the island without sacrificing money or good service.



    Address: 101 National Highway, Brgy. Sto.Nino, Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro
    Contact No.: 043-287-3620, 0926-691-0883, 0929-103-8837
    Check-in: 2 pm, Check-out: 12 noon
    Website: http://orientpearl.web.fc2.com/

    This also appears in Volume 122 of Philippine Primer Japanese Magazine.

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