March 1, 2021
The first manmade beach in the Philippines will give you a dose of Vitamin Sea. It’s an escape to dreamy, sunny days and soft waves where people can enjoy playing with their friends by the shoreline or going on rides through this imaginary landscape that looks just like what one might find at any oceanfront resort destination overseas!
When time and budget don’t fit, this is one place you can opt-in to give your family a staycation like they are at the beach. Fine sand with clear water will make it seem just as though there was no building around!
You have to wear swimsuits or rashguards otherwise you won’t be able to enter the beach.
Security and Staff:
They take their job seriously! Too seriously sometimes, but it’s for the best.
There’s a limit to how many people can be accommodated per room, which will also indicate how many people can avail entrance to the manmade beach.
Most units owner allow guests to cook. Better make sure to ask first, though.
There’s an entrance fee of 250 pesos per head unless the owner states that it’s free. This entrance is only suitable for either the morning swim or afternoon swim. Wavepool is about 15 minutes every other hour. Make sure to fall in line before actually swimming, as the line can be quite long during peak seasons.
We usually go by Grab, to be honest. It’s pretty hard to commute there as well because of the heavy traffic in the area. Make sure to leave early from your destination to avoid inconvenience. The landmark nearest and most accessible spot is SM Sucat. Just a few meters away from Azure Paris Beach Resort Staycation.
We got a two-bedroom unit enough to accommodate or 5 of us, but as per policy, they can even allow up to 6 people inside—units like this range from 3,000 pesos to 4,500 pesos depending on the season.
It’s 3/5 for us if you would ask me. I like how flexible some of the unit owners are when it comes to their guests, but the staff and policies of Azure can sometimes be a bit cringe-worthy. The price and instant beach experience, though, might help you disregard some of those things and just simply enjoy the experience with your family.