Eagle Point Resort's Environmental Programs Make the News at the Manila Bulletin
Underscoring the importance of its environmental programs, Eagle Point Resort in Anilao, Batangas gets featured in the Manila Bulletin as an “environmentalist's heaven”.
One of these initiatives was the use of recycled hardwood – salvaged from the remains of a century-old house in Sta. Mesa, Manila – in the construction of the resort's main building. Through the use of aged timber, the main building has the appearance of a rustic cabin, impressing guests as they enter.
Another notable project is the reforestation of the resort property. The first such initiative was in 1992, when 10,000 acacia and mahogany seedlings were planted in a designated forested area. This was followed-up two years ago with the planting of 30,000 seedlings of Philippine forest and fruit-bearing trees supplied by the University of the Philippines Los Banos. These projects not only enhanced the tropical atmosphere in the resort, but also served as a sanctuary for birds.
To see the results of these programs, travelers can book a stay at Eagle Point Resort on their website at http://www.eaglepointresortbatangas.com, powered by DirectWithHotels. By clicking the “Check availability and prices” button, guests will start the reservation process, where they can select their arrival and departure dates by clicking the on-page calendar. They will then be able to proceed to the next step and choose their type of accommodation from the list of available rooms. After this, the option to confirm the reservation will be available and guests only need to click the “Reserve Now” button to go to the last step.
All that's left for guests to do is to fill up an online form and pay a deposit amounting to 10% of the reservation fee for regular stays via credit card. The balance is payable at the Batangas beach resort. Once this payment, which is secured by Trustwave and VeriSign, is processed and received, an email confirmation will be instantly sent to the guest. With several environmental programs plus this convenient reservation process, Eagle Point Resort is clearly a great choice for travelers to Anilao.
For more information about Eagle Point Resort in Anilao, Batangas, Philippines, visit their website at http://www.eaglepointresortbatangas.com/
Eagle Point Resort
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Phone Numbers: (632) 813-3553/ 60
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