Cebu Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort, San Fernando // Photo submitted by Jeane Ylona

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. ~Albert Einstein 

I find that the best way to recharge from a long, hard, and busy work-week is heading to the beach or to the mountains. Here we have another spot you guys can check out and visit on one of your weekend out-of-town trips – the Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort

One of the swimming pools at the Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/

It’s deep within the mountains of the province in San Fernando. A two-hour trip that will definitely take you far away from the concrete jungle and the busy energy it radiates. Here you’ll be surrounded with lush greens, trees, mountain ranges, and get to breathe refreshing fresh air. 

READ: San Fernando Travel Guide

Photo Source: Cebu Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort Facebook Page

Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort was built as a place for people to go to when they need to relax and unwind, as well as to have some adrenaline-pumping activities. The place also caters to big group events such as team-buildings, birthday celebrations, weddings and other social events that may require a bigger space. 

Another one of the swimming pools at the resort // Photo Submitted by Jeane Ylona

In addition to the outdoor fun activities that the resort offers, you can also take Training and Educational Activities, you can enjoy nature plus get to learn about certain things. They have partnered with Sensei Extreme Adventure Philippines and hold the following training and activities: Motivation, Survival Training, Adventure and Learning Training, Eco-Tourism Adventure Training and Tour, and other group learning activities. 

Team Building Fun // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
Try out the zipline at the resort // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/

Within the property of the Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort, one can also enjoy some sports like Basketball and Volleyball. As well as some outdoor fun: Zipline, Zip Slash, Monkey Bridge, Bungee Jumping, and Wall Climbing. They also have a place for guests to go fishing. I’m sure the kids would love doing many of the activities they offer at this mountain resort. 

READ: Bacalla Woods Campsite

Rates 

According to their website, Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort’s Rates are the following: 

ENTRANCE FEE:

  • Adult – Php 100 per head 
  • Children (4 to 8 years old) – Php 50 per head 

Room Rates: 

Dormitory Rooms 

Lobby outside the Dormitory Rooms // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
Dormitory Rooms // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/

– Php 3,500 per night 

– great for groups of 10 

– air-conditioned 

– with toilet and shower 

– with 5 bunk beds/ double decks 

– extra beds provided upon request 

Mini-Dormitory Rooms 

– Php 1,500 per night 

– good for groups of 4

– air-conditioned 

– with toilet and shower 

– with 2 bunk beds/ double decks 

– extra beds provided upon request 

Executive Family Rooms 

Executive Rooms // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
Inside the Executive Room // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
Inside the Executive Room // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
Executive Room Toilet and Bath // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/

– Php 3,500 per night

– good for groups of 4

– air-conditioned 

– with television and refrigerator

– with FREE breakfast for two (2)

– with toilet and hot & cold shower

– with bathtub 

– with executive swimming pool 

De Luxe Rooms 

Building with Deluxe Rooms // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
Inside the Deluxe Room // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
Inside the Deluxe Room // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
View from the Deluxe Room’s Veranda // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/

– Php 2,500 per night

– good for couples or two people 

– air-conditioned with a veranda

– with FREE breakfast for two (2)

– with toilet and hot & cold shower

– with bathtub 

Standard Rooms 

Standard Rooms // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
Inside the Standard Rooms // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
Inside the Standard Rooms // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/

– Php 1,500 per night

– good for couples or two people 

– air-conditioned 

– with toilet and hot & cold shower

– with FREE breakfast for two (2)

Family Native Room

– Php 1,400 per night

– good for groups of 6 

– non-airconditioned 

– has own toilet and shower  

– with fan 

Native Row House 

Native Row House // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/
Inside the Native Row House // Photo Source: https://cebuhiddenparadise.wordpress.com/

– Php 600 per night

– good for groups of 6 

– non-airconditioned 

– has own toilet and shower 

– with fan 

COTTAGES:

  • Native Picnic Hut – Php 300 / good for 8 to 10 people
  • Table/ Umbrella – Php 150 / good for 2 to 4 people

SOCIAL AREAS: 

  • Sunflower – Php 1,500 / non-aircon, can accommodate 40 to 50 people 
  • Orchid A – Php 1,500 / non-aircon, can accommodate 30 to 40 people
  • Orchid B – Php 1,500 / non-aircon, can accommodate 30 people
  • Rooftop – Php 6,000 / non-aircon, can accommodate 300 people
Rainbow Connection Activity Area // Photo Source: Cebu Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort Facebook Page

FUNCTION ROOMS:

  • Sampaguita – Php 3,500 / air-conditioned, can accommodate 30 to 40 people
  • Sunrise A – Php 8,000 / air-conditioned, can accommodate 100 people
  • Sunrise B – Php 3,000 / air-conditioned, can accommodate 50 people

OTHER CHARGES: 

  • Shuttle Service (Back and Forth) – Php 3,500 / for 14 people 
  • Charcoal – Php 25 per plastic
  • Corkage (Overnight) – Php 35 per head 
  • Cooking Charge (Rice, Viands) – Php 75 
  • Cooking Charge (Canned Goods, Noodles) – Php 15 

Amenities 

  • Swimming Pools
  • Videoke – Php 150 per hour (exclusive)
  • Videoke – Php 5 (hulog-hulog)
  • Billiards – Php 75 per hour 
  • Trekking – Php 75 per person 
  • Campfire – Php 500 per event 
  • Foodservice is available – buffet or plated 

NOTE: Prices and Rates are subject to change without prior notice.

How to get there 

Cebu Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort is located in Libo, Brgy. Ilaya, San Fernando, Cebu

CAR: The easiest and most convenient way to get to the resort is through a private or rental car. Just search “Cebu Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort” on Google Maps or Waze and follow the directions to get to the place. The drive will take up to 2 hours and is estimated to be 25 KM from the Cebu City proper. 

BUS: For those who are commuting, you may take a bus that’s bound for San Fernando from Cebu South Bus Terminal. Then tell the driver or conductor you’d like to get off at the crossing in going to Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort. From the crossing, look for a habal-habal or motorcycle for hire to take you to the resort. Note that the road is not concrete, so prepare yourself for a bumpy ride getting to the place. 

Information

For more updates and inquiries, visit their Facebook Page – Cebu Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort / Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort or give them a call at (032) 488 8034

You can also visit their booking office in room 207 2nd floor, Geson Building, D. Jakosalem Street, Cebu City. The office is inside the INFUSION office.

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