June 29, 2018

Segara Suites in Subic: Romantic Asian-inspired accommodation

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  • With a total of only 18 stylishly designed and well-appointed guest rooms, Segara Suites is a great option for those who want to achieve a true home-away-from-home vacation. Compared to bigger hotels, you can be sure that the services at Segara Suites are personalized and friendly and your stay more memorable and romantic.

    Segara Suites has two main types of Asian-inspired rooms to choose from, which—considering the level of charm this boutique hotel exudes—are priced reasonably. Guests can choose between the Superior Room (Php 6,050) or the Double Deluxe Room (Php 6,600), both with a capacity of two persons.

    Superior Room at Segara Suites

    Double Deluxe Room at Segara Suites

    All rooms are fully furnished with a California king bed (superior room) or two Queen beds (double deluxe), a private veranda, air-conditioning system, glass shower, electronic safe, international and local direct dial phone, free Wi-Fi, and LCD TV.

    For families, each room can comfortably accommodate two adults with two children (7 years old and below). An additional person is charged Php 1,200 with extra bed and breakfast.

    Stylish lobby at Segara Suites

    The recreational facilities of Segara Suites include an Asian fusion restaurant, a luxurious outdoor pool, a spa, a children’s playground, and a garden.

    The hotel is located conveniently within the Central Business District of Subic Bay Freeport and near Waterfront, an area bustling with nightlife, water activities, and dining options. It is only less than 20 minutes away from Subic Bay International Airport.

    General Information:

    Address: Bldg 12P, Rivera Pier, SRF Compound, Subic Bay Freeport
    Contact numbers: 047-252-9978 / 02-404-47-84
    Website: www.segarasuites.com
    Facebook page: Segara Suites


    Written by Rei Leaño
    Images courtesy of Segara Suites
    This first appeared in Philippine Primer Japanese magazine’s June 2018 issue.

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