The Peacock Garden Luxury Resort and Spa
A different world awaits at The Peacock Garden, a luxury
boutique resort with an expansive view of the sea. Just a few
minutes past historic Baclayon Church, it's a short 15-minute
drive from Tagbilaran City, the island's capital. To complement its
well-appointed rooms, the resort features a fine dining restaurant,
Roman spa, wine cellar, music & dance club, cigar lounge, as well
as facilities and services for business and social events. Eco-cultural
tours and outdoor activities are offered nearby.
|Activity Pool at Night
Enjoy well-appointed hotel rooms with custom-crafted
furnishings, sized from 270 to 560 square feet. Large windows
maximize natural light and offer views of lush greens, the sea, and
the infinity pool. All rooms have a marble bathroom, sitting area,
cable TV, DVD player, writing table, coffeemaker and minibar.
Round-trip airport/seaport transfers, wired and wireless internet,
local calls, and daily breakfast for two are complimentary.
|De Luxe Sea View Room
Savor East-meets-West fine dining, German classics, and an
international selection of wines in a warm, Old-World setting at
the restaurant or wine cellar. Nowhere else on the island are there
such gourmet pleasures.
|Peacock Garden Restaurant
|Peacock Garden Restaurant
|Peacock Garden Restaurant
Relax and indulge at Fontana Aurelia Spa with massages, facials,
and body treatments that use only an elite skincare product line.
Complimentary access to the jacuzzi, steam room, and fitness
room are included.
Enjoy a magnificent sunset from the infinity pool, which is
exclusive to in-house guests. Party at the music and dance club
with unlimited karaoke and a pulsing dance floor, or light a cigar
and unwind at the lounge.
Go beyond the usual and get to know the town of Baclayon
through eco-cultural tours by sand buggy or outrigger boat.
Explore Bohol's tourist attractions like the thousand grassy
formations that turn chocolate brown in the summer - aptly
named the Chocolate Hills; the Philippine Tarsier, the world's
smallest primate; and cruise down the Loboc River while enjoying
a leisurely lunch. Take a trip into downtown Tagbilaran for a bit of
city activity. See the beaches of Panglao, go island hopping, and
marvel at snorkel and dive sites teeming with marine life.
About the Name
The Peacock Garden
The peacock is a symbol for the meeting of cultures. A native bird
of India exported into other parts of Asia and Europe, the
peacock came to represent beauty, elegance, and wealth in both
Eastern and Western mythologies. At The Peacock Garden, this
East-meets-West sensibility is reflected in warm, Filipino
hospitality and Old-World European art and interiors. The owner's
passion for travel, art, cuisine and history are evident in the private
collections that adorn the walls - especially notable are those on
the Philippines' national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal.
Around the Resort
Fontana Aurelia Spa
Fontana Aurelia is Latin for "golden fountain" and in German,
"Goldenner Brunnen". It is named after a spa hotel in Wiesbaden,
Germany, opened by the owner's grandfather in 1906. Full body
massages, body treatments and masks, and spa facials are
available, and use only all-natural Pevonia Botanica luxury
products. Clients may choose to upgrade to the Spa Suite, which
has a private Jacuzzi tub that overlooks both the forest and the
ocean. The Peacock Garden signature therapy is a calming,
decadent four-handed massage performed by therapists who
mirror each other's movements.
The Wine Cellar
The wine cellar offers a wide selection of fine wines from around
the world paired with select dishes and cheese. This room is ideal
for a private gathering with its intimate and cozy setting.
Hemingway Cigar Lounge
|The Hemingway Cigarroom
The Cigar Lounge is named after the famous American author
and cigar-smoker whose most notable work was the novel, The
Old Man and the Sea. At Hemingway, a fine selection of wines
and liquor are best enjoyed with the distinct aroma of tobacco
that fills the air.
The music and dance club is named after the owner's childhood
nickname. It was taken from the book, The Pims Family, and was
also the name of his first restaurant in Wiesbaden, opened in
1969. Start the night right with a glass of the famous house drink,
Pim's Number One, follow it up with a couple of delicious German
beers, party on the dance floor, and belt out karaoke standards
for an evening of fun and entertainment.
Philippine national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, spent the most time in this
German city while he was abroad. The owner also maintained a
restaurant of the same name in Manila for eight years. You will
find the owner's personal collection of fencing swords, beer
mugs, hats, and songbooks from student fraternities in Europe
during Dr. Rizal's time. Walls are covered with postcards from
cities around the world that he visited. Chairs are antiques from
European castles. However, the most special set of chairs is the
one where Dr. Rizal once sat. Cuisine is European-inspired fine
dining at its best with just a touch of Asian.
Overview of Rooms
|A luxurious suite.
|Premier Infinity and Sea View Room
|The infinity pool and sea view room.
|Deluxe Sea View Room
|Deluxe Sea View Room.
|Superior Garden View Room
|Superior Garden View Room.
 Rates are the lowest rates for one night stay. On selected days, higher rates may apply. For some resorts, longer stays may result in lower rates.