During the weekend, we were able to explore beautiful Bohol and stayed at the first 5-Star hotel there – The Bellevue Resort. If you’ve been following my blog and my social media accounts, you already know that I’ve made a liveblog of our 3Day-2Night stay and called it the #BOHOLiday with some of our foodie buddies.
But, I took so much pictures that I just cannot NOT share them with all of you. So, here they are!
En route to Bohol via AirAsia.
The Bellevue Resort Bohol
The Bellevue Resort opened in November 25, 2012 making it the first 5-Star resort hotel in Bohol and the newest member of The Bellevue Hotels & Resorts.
The awesome view doesn’t end at the beach. Even the accommodation itself is captivating. Our Oceanview Room with 2 Queen beds, complete amenities, spacious bathroom and a balcony is also a thing of beauty!
The Bellevue Resort has 159 luxurious rooms from East, Central and North Wings: Deluxe, Junior Suite (One Bedroom w/o Jacuzzi), Premiere Suite (Two Bedroom w/o Jacuzzi), Bellevue Suite (One Bedroom w/ Jacuzzi) Presidential Suite (Two Bedroom with Jacuzzi) and Chairman’s Suite.
Allow me to show you the beach and The Bellevue Resort’s infinity pool…
A 3-in-1 infinity pool featuring kids’ pool, adult pool and dive pool with Lifeguards on duty. Operating Hours: 6AM – 10PM daily.
The Bellevue Resort Bohol is not just aesthetically wonderful, they also have different activities to offer for the young and old alike.
Hop onto a boat and go island hopping!
Isla de Francesco
The Emerald Green Diving Center located at the beach area offers non-motorized aqua sports activities, island hopping and diving lessons. Operating Hours: 8AM – 5PM
Other Facilities and Features
Guest Service Center
Alona Beach drop-off and pick-up service
Car Parking/Valet Parking
Foreign Currency Exchange
Massage (Azurea Spa)
Restrooms for the Handicapped
Where is Bohol?
Bohol is located in the Central Visayas with a land area of 4,117.3 kilometres long; it is the tenth largest island of the Philippines. To the west of Bohol is Cebu, to the northeast is the island of Leyte and the south is Mindanao.
How to get to The Bellevue Resort Bohol?
From Tagbilaran Airport, it is just a 40-minute car ride. A roundtrip airport shuttle can be booked for your transfer requirements. Recommended departure from the hotel is 2-hours prior to your flight’s scheduled departure time.
Terminal: Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Terminal 4.
Tagbilaran Airport Terminal Fee: Php100.00
If you are not leaving the metropolis, you can check out The Bellevue Manila down south.