Are you and your significant other looking for a nice place to spend some quality time and unwind, a place that’s quiet and not too far from the city? Are you tired of the fast-paced city lifestyle and want to take a short break? Catmon’s Huna Huna Cliff Resort may just be the right location for you.
The Cebuano word “huna huna” translates to “think” or “reflect” in the English language; and I believe it fits. The Huna Huna Cliff Resort looks like the ideal place for meditation. It can be a place to contemplate on things in life, or simply have a quiet time away from the city. I can definitely see myself spending my afternoon reading a book in one of their verandas, while I sip on some nice hot tea. Then watch as the sun sets to make way for the moon.
Inspired by Spanish-Mediterranean homes built by the escarpments. This beautifully-structured cliff resort has twelve rooms available for spending the night. You have two options, to stay in their air-conditioned rooms or opt for the fan rooms. It does get cold at night when you’re by the beach, so I’m sure it’s all right to stay in the non-airconditioned rooms.
In your holiday at the Huna Huna Cliff Resort, you can enjoy your meals at their rooftop. That’s where they built a viewing deck and have this long dining table for their diners. That or you can choose to dine in your private veranda. You just have to ask their staff to set it up for you. You get to smell the fresh sea breeze and get sun-kissed or savor the moonlight, all while enjoying delicious meals.
The Huna Huna Resort’s restaurant food choices are anything from traditional Filipino dishes to their must-try pizza. Their food is available at very reasonable prices. Some travelers stop by the resort only to eat at their restaurant as they travel by the coastal road heading north.
This classic resort by the sea also offers event packages, they will be on top of planning and organizing the party for you. It could be a birthday celebration, christening, weddings or other types of parties.
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The rooms are available for overnight and day use. Some of the rooms are bordering the seashore in a single building. While other rooms are situated on the top of the cliff. These rooms on the cliff are overlooking several payags (small nipa huts) and the sea.
Overnight use of Air-Conditioned Rooms is for PHP2,000/ night. This includes breakfast for two and the price is for single or double occupancy. For those with extra guests, you may request for an extra bed at PHP500/ night, not including breakfast.
For day use, the rate is at PHP800 – maximum of 3 hours use. Then an additional PHP100 for succeeding hours.
Those who only want to eat and swim at their beachfront, the entrance fee is PHP150 with consumable PHP75. This fee allows guests free use of their cottages. You must know there is a corkage fee when guests bring in their own food and drinks to the resort.
*Please note that rates are subject to change without prior notice.
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How to get there
Huna Huna Cliff Resort is located in Buyo, Binongkulan, Catmon, Cebu 6006.
BUS: Take any bus headed to Catmon from the North Bus Terminal. Just let the conductor know that you would like to get off at Huna Huna Resort in Buyo, Binungkulan. It wouldn’t be too hard since the resort is right along the road.
CAR: When using a private vehicle, you may navigate through Google Maps or Waze and just search for Huna Huna Cliff Resort. It’s a 45km drive and takes only up to two hours on the road. There is a parking lot for guests.
For more information, you may reach them through their Mobile numbers +63917 371 9741 or +63917 156 9218. For e-mail inquiries, send them to [email protected] You may also visit their website at www.hunahuna.com.
*Photos used are from their website www.hunahuna.com.