Eagle Ridge Davao Resort
It’s officially summer in this part of the world so when Andrew extended an invitation to check out a new resort, I immediately said yes and was raring to go.
Eagle Ridge Davao is the newest addition to Davao City’s growing list of garden resorts. Situated in Upper Ulas in Davao City, this nature resort is a nice getaway for those looking to escape the summer heat. Their swimming pool is the perfect antidote to the scorching summer sun.
The Eagle Ridge Davao has room accommodations for those who want to go on an overnight escapade. The rooms are cozy and has a very nice view of the majestic Mt. Apo.
They also have a nice midsized function hall ideal for private fuctions like seminars, retreats, and team-building activities.
For inquiries on rates and reservations, call Eagle Ridge Davao at (082) 226-2335.
About the author
Lyle Santos has bachelor degrees in Psychology and Nursing. A nurse by profession, he is licensed in the State of Connecticut and in the Philippines. A recipient of the Globe Digital Tribe Award in the 2009 Philippine Blog Awards, Lyle served as the Logistics Officer of Davao Bloggers in 2010 and is currently the Chief Technology Officer of Avatar Media.
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