In Antipolo City, about thirty minutes away from Ortigas, lies Casa Ibiza, a resort that captures the verve and vitality of sunny Mexico. Upon entering, guests are immediately greeted by abundant splashes of orange, red, yellow, lime, and blue that liven up the cool Antipolo atmosphere.
The brightly painted open-air communal dining area called Luna is a friendly sight that draws visitors in. Chef Mike Santiago can whip up a tasty island-inspired feast for you and your wedding guests as you dine under the moonlight. For starters, try Paella Stuffed Squid in saffron-aligue cream and chili oil. A great choice for entrée is Polynesian Pork, which is pork belly barbecue with sweet potato puree and Thai green mango salad. Finish your meal off with Ultimate Cheesecake, a light blueberry cheesecake made more delectable with grape, apple, ripe mango, and papaya toppings.
Guests can lounge in the spacious conference room that is a true reflection of modern Mexican style, with its earthy accent pieces and geometric touches.
A lovely lagoon lies at the back of the compound, providing a breathtaking backdrop for your wedding photos. To make things even more romantic, why don’t you and your groom take a kalesa ride and share a post-wedding smooch?
Once the celebration is in full swing and the guests have had their share of mojitos and margaritas, they can chill out in the nearby cabanas or better yet, get frisky in the pool—for those who want a unique pool-party type of reception.
You and your wedding guests can have the lush and lively Casa Ibiza all to yourselves for P105,500. If you have a smaller gathering in mind, you can rent just the conference room and cabanas for P40,450.
If you’re not getting married anytime soon but would love to experience Casa Ibiza’s brand of warmth and vitality, you can book the place for debuts, birthdays, company outings, or any special event. If you want nothing more than just to get away from the city, the place is open for day swimming (P150 for adults and P120 for children) and night swimming (P200 for adults and P220 for children). Lounge in a cabana for P800 for four hours (plus P110 for every excess hour) or P1,100 for 12 hours (plus P100 for every excess hour). If a cabana just won’t do, you and your companions are welcome to stay overnight at a deluxe villa (P5,000) or grand villa (P5,750).
While we’re at it, if you’re just at home on this non-working Friday, why don’t you stash your swimwear into your overnight bag and head for Antipolo to see Casa Ibiza—now?
Casa Ibiza is located in Sapang Buho Road, Dalig II in Antipolo City. To learn how to get to Casa Ibiza, view the vicinity map here. For inquiries, contact Casa Ibiza through (02) 4823487 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit www.galifestyle.com or casaibiza.multiply.com.
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