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Punta Bulata Blends Safety Measures and Leisure Perfectly

Spectacular views await you in this resort and spa!

By: Shanice Reyes | August 04, 2020
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Experience relaxation in Sipalay’s neighboring town resort, Punta Bulata.

Image: Punta Bulata Official Website

When it comes to beaches in Negros Occidental, nothing is as beautiful as those in the southern part of the province. They don’t only boast captivating sunsets and pristine shores, but they also showcase diverse tourism activities like diving, spelunking, and island hopping. The province's tourism took a hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but now accommodation establishments have resumed operations in hopes of recouping their losses. One of the most anticipated places that reopened is a hidden gem in Cauayan called Punta Bulata.

More than just a beach resort, Punta Bulata is a place for wellness and tranquility. It is also regarded as one of the luxurious resorts in the province with its spectacular views and comfortable rooms. With the world currently fighting a pandemic, this resort and spa in Southern Negros knows that tourists have to think of their safety while vacationing. That is why it strives to prove that stringent measures and luxury can coexist in harmony. Read on to know why this resort is perfect for Negrenses who want to rest and recharge!

Stunning Views and Wellness Activities

With Punta Bulata’s breathtaking views, guests will love what they see whether they’re sitting on the villa’s porch or taking a dip at the infinity pool. Highlighting the effortless beauty of nature, the resort’s facilities answer to those who wish to reconnect with themselves. For instance, active guests who want to paddle in the calm waters can do so by renting the resort’s kayak boards. The relaxing haven can also pamper guests from head to toe in its Ayu Spa.

Safety Measures in the Resort

Punta Bulata ensures it follows protocols in accepting guests that are in accordance with the government’s safety measures for resorts and accommodation. Wearing face masks and observing physical distancing in public areas are mandatory. In addition, the resort management also innovated its hygiene protocols, and some of the guidelines are as follows:

• Guests are required to book reservations to avail a room in the resort. Moreover, the number of guests in the rooms, restaurant, and spa is limited to 50% of the total capacity.
• Upon arrival, guests must undergo temperature checks and fill out of health declaration forms. There are also alcohol and tissues in the waiting lobby and high-touch areas for disinfection.
• To ensure the proper disinfection of used rooms, they will be left vacant for 24 hours after every check-out.

Comfortable and Well-Equipped Rooms

All of Punta Bulata’s rooms have air-conditioning systems and have their own bathroom with hot and cold showers. Some rooms have a mini lounge, an outdoor shower, dining facilities, and a terrace. The Punta Bulata room rate per night ranges from PhP4,600 to PhP9,500 depending on the type of room and season. For reservations, you can call (034) 433 5160 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, Mondays to Fridays. You can also book online on their website (

Your beach escapade may have been postponed during the summer lockdown, but relaxation is available all year round in Punta Bulata. Just make it a point to observe the new normal protocols to keep you and your loved ones safe.

Go to Yoorekka to discover more wonderful spots you can now visit!

As of writing, note that Bacolod City is under quarantine status. Due to quarantine measures in place, some of these destinations might be temporarily closed or may have adjusted operating hours. Please contact the management before visiting.
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About Shanice Reyes
Shanice Reyes writes to buy herself good coffee and bike parts. When she's not writing, you can find her playing Ultimate Frisbee, traveling to new places, or hanging out with her dogs and tarantulas. Though she has an irrational fear of heights, she'd love to try sky-diving one day.
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