Wednesday, March 4, 2015

The Assemblage Point Resort and Convention Hub

The adult and kiddie pools of the resort, photo by Bombette G. Marin

San Joaquin Iloilo is a destination for everybody. Whether you are younger, older, single, with your family, there are activities here for everybody. If you are a swimmer, of course, there are some of the best swimming areas in all of San Joaquin. But if swimming is not your thing, there are so many things you can do, whether it is on the water or the beach or land tours or zip-lining or biking ... The list goes on and on.

In the recent years, the municipality of San Joaquin, located off the southern portion of the province of Iloilo, has been transforming itself. It now appears to be shaping up of becoming a resort destination - a hot spot for local and foreign investors and leisure tourists.

pool side area, photo by Bombette G. Marin

San Joaquin has developed a lot of infrastructure in recent years to boost its appeal as a tourism destination. Amazingly, the number of resorts dotting this unique mountain-meets-sea landscape has actually increased. Definitely, resorts are a major contributor to bringing tourism back.

a pool with a view, photo by Bombette G. Marin

This gem of a resort embraces the true meaning of Natural Beauty. Stretched over 3,700 square meters of glorious tropical landscapes, The Assemblage Point Resort and Convention Hub is an all-inclusive eco-chic natural hideaway with glorious accommodations.

lounging area at the basement, photo by Bombette G. Marin

Opened in January 26, 2015, the resort is arguably in the most spectacular location in San Joaquin. This is the place to rediscover the wonders of nature. The resort is a dream for all nature lovers and a perfect hideaway to enjoy privacy. The architects made full use of this amazing location.

deluxe rooms with ocean view, photo by Bombette G. Marin

The resort is nicely designed with 18 rooms: two (2) air-condition twin sharing rooms for honeymooners at P6,500 with free breakfast for two; and 15 air-conditioned deluxe rooms of which 10 rooms have a stunning view of the sea and surrounding cliffs at P4,500 with free breakfast for two; and a Presidential Suite good for a family of 6 for P12,500.

lounging area at the basement, photo by Bombette G. Marin

The beachfront has been left as open as is possible in the limited space, allowing guests to relax by the beach while absorbing the natural surroundings. The architects made full use of this amazing location. The pools also allow guests to swim while enjoying views. No matter where you look around this resort is always the amazing geography that catches both vision and imagination. With unlimited swimming, it has adult and kiddie pools that open from 7 am till 10 pm with a rate of P150 for adults, P120 for senior citizens and P100 for kids.

the basement bar, photo by Bombette G. Marin

From its lounging area in the basement, visitors can view San Joaquin’s heavenly coastline, with glorious sun-soaked, pebbled beaches lapped by crystal warm waters. The basement also features bar, shower room and dining areas.

Santorini-inspired lounging area, photo by Bombette G. Marin

The receiving area, bar and dining hall features Bali and Thai style d├ęcor and furnishings. Guests will surely enjoy outdoor living with its Santorini-inspired lounging area perfect for lazy afternoons sunbathing.

It has a fully air-conditioned function room that can accommodate to a maximum of 250 persons for that perfect wedding, birthdays, seminars and trainings at P10,000 for five hours inclusive of wide screen, sound system and use of projector.

The resort also offers a luxurious massage treatment and exciting array of outdoor water activities for the summer such as jet-ski, banana boat and parasailing.

dining area, photo by Bombette G. Marin

To get to the resort, one can take a San Joaquin-Lawigan jeepney at the Don Benito Q. Acap Sr. Southern Iloilo Perimeter Boundary in Oton or when in the city, at the market situated at the back of Robinsons Place Iloilo. Only 9.5 kilometers away from Barangay Tiolas, taking a jeepney will cost P10 per person and a tricycle at P20 per person. Paradise awaits and where beauty comes naturally. Entrance fee is consumable at P150 for adults and kids and P120 for senior citizens.

For more information, please contact Mr. Conrado “Yong” Amodia Jr. – Resort Manager at 09236112987 or Mrs. Erlyn Alunan, Municipal Tourism Officer at 09179857804. You can view them through Facebook: The Assemblage Point Resort and Convention Hub or send email at theassemblagepoint@gmail.com.


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