My friend Ana invited us to her birthday celebration and despedida at Roosevelt Mountain Resort. The resort, that is more of a vacation house, is one unobtrusive destination with a great view of the sunrise and night lights of Metro Cebu.
The resort offers the same cool, breezy, and fresh feel of mountain destinations. The venue is perfect for those who wish to go for long bonding, eating, drinking, and some swimming. Not advisable for the adventurous who feel trapped in a house.
It can accommodate as many as 50 individuals for functions (but probably just about 20 pax for those who will stay for the night; cowboy style.).
Booking Roosevelt Mountain Resort will allow you to enjoy the whole area which include the following amenities (taken from: http://roosevelt-resort.blogspot.com/):
- 2 Bed rooms; 1 room with aircon, 1 room no aircon
- Kitchen (you can cook your own meals; no corkage)
- Dining Area
- 2 comfort rooms and shower
- Party Area
- Swimming Pool
- Bar Area
- Pool Shower and bath
- Pool Changing room
- Pool Comfort room
- Tree house
- Parking Area
First time visitors will easily miss Roosevelt Mountain Resort as one may find it as just one of those millionaire’s residences in Busay. Signages are also lacking.
Roosevelt Mountain Resort is right before a condominium that is being constructed supposedly owned by Queensland.
If you are familiar with Lantaw Restaurant and Mountain View in Busay, just take the route going there and go a few meters farther from the corner going to Lantaw.
When asking locals or habal-habal drivers, make sure that you don’t forget to mention “Resort” as they may mistake it for Sitio Roosevelt, the locality.
Roosevelt Mountain Resort Rates:
- Overnight Php 6,000.00 (+2,000.00 deposit which can be retrieved 3 days after your booking.)
- Monthly Php 100,000.00
Check in time: 2:00pm
Check out time: 12:00noon
Guests may request for early check in or late check out if there are no other bookings.
One may contact via email email@example.com or landline at +63-32-3466503.
PS. Happy birthday, Ana!