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New tourism hub: Quezon’s PH Paradise Beachfront

/ 04:13 PM September 19, 2023

A new tourism hub is now built in the secluded area of San Francisco in the Province of Quezon.

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With its 41-hectare of eco-luxury place, the Philippines Paradise Beachfront Hotel is more than just a dream destination; it is a sanctuary where a relaxation intertwines with eco-adventure.

The new tourism hub is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered by discerning individuals seeking unique experiences.

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A kilometer of untouched virgin beach, lush mangroves and a scenic sunset, coupled by ATV and horseback beach rides are just a few of the exhilarating feels a vacationer may expect in Philippines Paradise Beachfront Hotel.

To top it off, the hotel’s highly esteemed guests will have an exclusive access to the property’s grill restaurant and beach café, its sports arena with fitness gym and Thai boxing ring with fully equipped training gears with a professional trainer.

Convenience is likewise at every guest’s disposal through the hotel’s minimart, laundry, room cleaning, and babysitting service.

The hotel aims to be the country’s first organic and sustainable hotel, serving quality organic products which are freshly harvested on their own organic vegetable and animal farm including fresh milk.

Its solar power hybrid system capable of generating 132 kwp makes the Hotel’s service seamless and top-notch.

As you explore the wonders of the town of San Francisco, remember that the world is full of wonders waiting to be discovered, and this destination is just the beginning of your global adventure.

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