So just last weekend, I spent a lazy day with family and relatives at Patio Victoria Resort in San Jose, Tacloban City. If you're a Taclobanon born in the 90s, you should be very familiar about Baluarte Resort. It was always the go-to place for family reunion or outdoor parties back in the days. Now don't be surprised, this is still the same place! They just changed the name to a more sophisticated one, with minor renovations. I'm glad they kept the structure of the swimming pool area as it gives a lot of childhood memories and it's seldom that we get to enjoy swimming without worrying about the heat of the sun since half of the pool is covered with a roof.
Honestly, I don't find this place interesting (because I'm a millennial LOL) but still, it's a place worth to be featured in my blog, especially for our dear senior citizens! I just think it's the most accessible resort within Tacloban City so it's a perfect venue for family gatherings especially when you have old companions who can't really travel far.
Now I find their rates expensive but I love how they maintained the comfort rooms clean and they seem to have enough staff to cater the demands of the customers. I also noticed they have a dedicated lifeguard who was really looking after the kids in the pool. Anyway, here's the list of rates below for your information:
Pool Use: Php150 Monday - Thursday / Php200 Friday - Sunday
Cottage Rates: Php2,000 (10pax) / Php3,000 (20pax)
(053) 530-0836 / 09175448936
Brgy. 66, Baloc, San Jose Tacloban City 6500
You can bring your own food (no corkage fee) but you have an option to have them prepare the food for a fee (seen on the photos below):
I didn't take a photo of the sea because they were under construction, but I'm looking forward to a more beautiful Patio Victoria soon! 😉
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