Resorts. This category is used for travel articles about resorts in the Philippines. The articles include the facilities, accommodation, and direction to the resort.
WILD ORCHID LAGOON RESORT – Once in a while, we all need a relaxing break away from work or school. One of the wonderful places to visit is the Wild Orchid Lagoon Resort in Angeles City, Pampanga.
Aside from the Xenia Hotel, Pampanga takes pride in Wild Orchid Lagoon Resort which offers guests a place with a soothing ambiance and the nicest and Instagrammable spots.
The Wild Orchid Lagoon Resort is located along A Santos corner Johnny’s Street in Balibago, Angeles City, Pampanga.
The Wild Orchid Lagoon Resort does not only offers the biggest pools and the relaxing gardens that are perfect for bondings with your loved ones. It also offers excellent dining choices.
You and your loved ones will surely love the delicious food and drinks served at the restaurant at Wild Orchid Lagoon Resort. You and your adult family and friends can also enjoy some good drinks at the Cocktail Lounge.
At night, you and your loved ones can stay in relaxing rooms equipped with modern amenities which will surely give you a comfortable stay. Your room will be prepared by the very accommodating staff of the resort.
Lagoon Balcony Room
The Lagoon Balcony room is equipped with a king-sized bed, an air-conditioning unit, a ceiling fan, a flat-screen television, a DVD player, a telephone, a writing desk, a refrigerator, and a table lamp. It also has a mini bar. The accommodation rate is at P4500 per night.
The Family room at Wild Orchid Lagoon Resort is equipped with a comfortable bed(s), table lamps, a telephone, and other great amenities. This room is air-conditioned.
Do you wish to book a room at Wild Orchid Lagoon Resort? You may visit the resort’s official website for the online booking procedure.
To reach Pampanga, you can take a plane travel or a land travel. Should you wish to choose the former, simply book a flight to Pampanga. In the case of the latter, if you are coming from Subic Bay, you can reach Clark through the SCTEX. Meanwhile, if you are from Manila, you can take the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX).