Have you been to Lakawon Island Resort in Cadiz City, Negros Occidental?
LAKAWON ISLAND RESORT – The island of Negros is
Aside from the Perth Paradise Resort in Sipalay City, another pride of Negros is the Lakawon Island Resort that is nestled in white sands surrounded by clear blue waters that are really hard to resist not to take a dip into.
“The world is filled with beautiful places, you just have to decide to stop for a while and visit them.”
Lakawon Island Resort is located in Cadiz City, Negros Occidental. It is a 16-hectare island that has the shape of a banana fruit. It is where the biggest floating bar in Asia can be found.
You and your loved ones will surely love the fine white sands in Lakawon Island Resort. It is a perfect place for both beating the heat and basking under the sun.
At Lakawon Island Resort, almost all the areas are perfect for picture takings. It is a “haven for peace and relaxation” and it is a perfect place where you and your family and friends can enjoy a wonderful vacation and bonding time together.
The resort has lots of great facilities including its Sunset Bar which serves delicious foods and drinks. You will surely love the sumptuous flavors of foods and drinks that are served here. It is a place where you can order your favorite seafood dishes.
This floating bar offers spectacular views of the island. For day tour guests, it opens from 10:00 am until 4:30 pm during Mondays to Fridays.
For overnight guests, it opens from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm during Mondays to Thursdays and from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm during Fridays and weekends.
The TawHai floating bar serves different drinks that can add up to your relaxing stay at the bar. You can enjoy delicious fruit drinks while listening to the sound of the waves.
Lakawon Island Resort has lots of rooms, suites, and cottages that can accommodate you and your family and friends during your stay at the resort. These accommodations, most especially the ones for overnight guests, are equipped with modern amenities.
Premiere Suite A (Room Rate: P5,850 per night for 2 occupants)
This suite is equipped with one king-sized bed, one queen-sized bed, and a cable television. It has a minibar, a terrace, and a private bathroom.
Premiere Suite B (Room Rate: P5,850 per night for 2 occupants)
The Premiere Suite B at Lakawon Island Resort is equipped with one queen-sized bed, three single beds, and a cable television. It has its own bathroom and terrace.
Junior Suite (Room Rate: P4,500 per night for 2 occupants)
This accommodation is equipped with two double-sized beds and a television with cable channels. It has a private bathroom and a terrace.
Barkada Suite (Room Rate: P11,850 per night for 6 occupants)
The Barkada Suite which is perfect for you and your circle of friends is equipped with two queen-sized beds, two single beds, and a television with cable channels. It has a living area, a terrace, and a private bathroom.
Condo Suite (Room Rate: P11,580 per night for 6 occupants)
This suite has two queen-sized beds and two single beds. It is also equipped with a cable television. This accommodation has its own living area, bathroom, and terrace.
Pearl’s Place (Room Rate: P3,500 per night for 4 occupants)
The Pearl’s Place which can accommodate a maximum of six occupants has two single-sized beds, two pullout beds, and a cable television. It has a common bathroom.
Tropical Bamboo House (Room Rate: P2,500 per night for 4 occupants)
The Tropical Bamboo House at Lakawon Island Resort has a fan room and a private bathroom. Its room is equipped with two single-sized beds and two extra mattresses.
Family Cottage (Rate: P1,200 per daytime use / Good for 10 occupants)
The charge for each extra person in the Family Cottage is at P100. There is also a corkage fee of P50 per head.
Canopy Tent (Rate: P600 – P1,000 per daytime use / Good for 6-10 occupants)
There are small, medium, and large canopy tents at Lakawon Island Resort. They can accommodate 6, 8, and 10 occupants respectively. There is a charge for every extra person and as well as a corkage fee.
Umbrella Huts (Rate: P600 per daytime use / Good for 6 occupants)
You will be charged P100 per head for extra occupants and P50 per head for the corkage fee if you will get an Umbrella Hut.
In case you wish to book a room at Lakawon Island Resort, feel free to visit the resort’s website for the booking procedure and contact details.
How to get there?
You can book a flight to Bacolod-Silay Airport or travel by sea through vessels that will take you to the Bredco port. From the port or the airport, you can take a taxi ride going to the Ceres Terminal and board a bus bound for Cadiz. Ask the driver to drop you off at Martisan Crossing.
From Martisan Crossing, take a tricycle ride going to Lakawaon port where you can ride a boat that can take you to Lakawon Island Resort within 15-20 minutes.