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The rooms are comfortable furnished in traditional philipino style to fit into the relaxed atmosphere of the resort and surrounding community. Separate air-conditioning and a fan in each room allow an individual adjustment for your comfort. The rooms are equiped with large comfortable double beds. Upon request an extra bed is available. A private fully equiped kitchen in each room allows you to prepare your favorite dishes and cool drinks which you can enjoy at the eating area in the room or on the balcony. A 21" color TV with remote is standard in all rooms.
All rooms feature a private tiled bathroom and are equiped with a hot shower. For your convinience all rooms also feature a private safety deposite box. The rooms feature a magnificant view of the beach and bay in front of the resort which invites you just to jump into the ocean. The seaview of the sidewiew rooms is limited.
Atlantis offers you the opportunity to eat the best international and local gourmet dishes at Franco's or just soak up the atmosphere in the bar. There is also darts, jenga, scrabble, backgammon, billiards and other games to play. If you ask 'Franco', our Italian chef, he will prepare some special delicacies not on the menu for you, he is confident you will enjoy them because he offers a "money back guarantee" if you don't. Seafood is the house specialty as well as the typical Italian dishes Franco loves to serve.
How to get there?
The most convenient and safe way to get here from Manila is the Sikat bus and ferry service.If you wish to arrange your own transportation to Batangas pier, there are several regular bus services leaving from the major bus terminals in Pasay near Manila airport to bring you to Batangas pier. From Batangas pier, there are several ferry services available to get you to Puerto Galera town and Sabang Beach.
Once in Puerto Galera, take a banka boat from the pier to Sabang Beach
(the fare is 230 Pesos) You can also take a jeepney to Sabang Beach
(if you are willing to wait till its full of passengers; the fare is
20 Pesos), and then take a 3 minute walk to the resort.
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