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Visit to Villa Alejandra Resort in Binangonan, Rizal

If you're looking for a good resort in the areas of Binangonan, Cardona, or Taytay, Rizal, Villa Alejandra Resort and Events Place is a very good choice. The place has a very beautiful ambiance; it is clean and the resort personnel is quite friendly.

We are from Pasig and it is a good location for us to visit as it is not that far. It only took us about 1 hour or less to get there (There was no traffic when we went there last June 9, 2019 at 6 a.m.)

Our church spent one Sunday as an outdoor fellowship there. There were two big halls/ballrooms (called Anda's Place) for conferences or events like weddings and birthdays. There's also an open space in front where some folks opt for a garden wedding or debut.

But we did not rent those amenities as the number of our group is not that big.

Villa Alejandra Resort rents out two separate swimming areas to people depending on their needs. One area has one swimming pool and can accommodate about 30 persons. The other area has two swimming pools and can accommodate about 60 people. Both are packaged with one airconditioned room but you can rent more rooms if you want for an extra fee. There is a covered dining area for each and renters can bring their own food and even cook, if preferred.

Since we were having an outdoor fellowship for a group of about 60 people, we rented the area with two swimming pools. We also requested to rent the bungalow (one-story house) with two airconditioned rooms instead of the packaged one room. We just added an extra fee. We paid a total of P13,500 for the place from 7 am to 5 or 6 pm.

There's an area on the right side of the bungalow, beside the open kitchen where we had a set up for the congregation to sing praise and worship to God and to listen to the preaching of God's word. It was okay when we started but a little later sunlight was hitting a portion of that area.

Anyway, by the time it became too hot, we were done with the worship service. After eating an early lunch, the rest of the day was spent on free fellowship and swimming.

In an area on the left side of the bungalow, some of us played volleyball or badminton.

Some of the boys also played basketball in the court within the resort vicinity. All others, especially the children, simply enjoyed the cool and refreshing pool water. Those who like eating enjoyed the food that's left of the potluck food on the dining table after everybody ate lunch. Others also sang some songs using the videoke.

It was a relaxing afternoon spent at Villa Alejandra Resort. I hope we can go back to that place again soon. Here is the flyer of Villa Alejandra Resort.

I hope you found this post informational.


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