Panglao Regents Park Resort in Bohol, Philippines Now Offers a Direct Online Reservation System

Makati, Philippines (PressExposure) December 02, 2009 -- Courtesy of the new user-friendly system found on the hotel website, guests can now book accommodations online when planning to stay at Panglao Regents Park Resort. Through this program, they can view room rates, types, and availability. To secure a reservation, a 10% deposit is made via WorldPay.

Panglao Regents Park Resort offers mid-priced rooms with basic conveniences such as cable TV, air-conditioning, and private bathroom. Non-smoking rooms can be requested according to availability. The lovely garden views are an added bonus as well.

When planning to go and explore the wonderful sights and sounds of Bohol, the hotel can arrange trips to Bohol’s most famous attractions such as Loboc River and Chocolate Hills. There is a dive shop for diving enthusiasts, as well as a swimming pool for guests who want to take a refreshing dip on a beautiful sunny day in Bohol. The Terrace Restaurant overlooks the swimming pool and serves scrumptious meals. The Cocktail Bar serves appetizers and beers aside from its special beverage concoctions. This Bohol hotel offers services such as room service, free Wi-Fi access, and airport transfer, to name a few.

Panglao Island is considered as one of the must-visit areas in the Philippines, and the popular recreational activities here include island hopping, diving, snorkeling, and whale watching.

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About Panglao Regents Park Resort

Panglao Regents Park Resort is 20 minutes away from the airport and offers cozy accommodations and quality service. The hotel is near tourist areas such as Blood Compact Site, Baclayon Church, and the Tarsier Sanctuary.

Contact Information

Panglao Regents Park Resort
Ester Lim Drive, Alona
Tawala, Panglao, Bohol

Tel: +63 (38) 502 4080/ 502 4081

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Press Release Submitted On: December 01, 2009 at 9:35 pm
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