D’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort, Davao City

Spending some good time in a beach or any resorts with the whole family — including those extended ones, is an exciting thing to look forward to especially during special events like New Year — January 1. Smiley

This was actually what our family has decided to do on the earliest hour of January 1, 2012 after having our New Year celebration at home in Trento, Agusan del Sur — Dinampo Residence. At around 7 o’clock in the morning, we departed home going to D’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort in Davao City. It only took us less than 2 hours to travel since the road was very clear — free from running vehicle because it was New Year. Smiley

D'Leonor Hotel Inland ResortD’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort

 The D’Leonor Inland Hotel Resort is located at Cabanti-an, Buhangin, Davao City.

In the image above are my brother (in brown shirt) and my cousin going inside the main resort entrance gate.

 D'Leonor Hotel Inland Resort Service VanD’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort Service Van

 The D’Leonor Inland Hotel Resort is a very wide-range area which needs one to utilize their service van from the main entrance gate going to the entrance gate of the wave pool. That service van shown above was the one which fetched and dropped us at the gate of the wave pool.

D'Leonor Hotel Inland Resort -- Wavepool Entrance

D’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort — Wave pool Entrance

I and Didang, as shown above, at the beautifully landscaped entrance isle going to the wave pool.

The entrance fee to the wave pool is 250 PhP for the adult while for the kids, it costs 150 PhP. Smiley

 D'Leonor Hotel Inland Resort -- Pink CottagesD’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort — Pink Cottages

 I am not really sure how many cottages does D’leonor Hotel Inland Resort have but what I am pretty sure is that the resort can cater more or less 300 people, if I am not mistaken.

 D'Leonor Hotel Inland Resort -- WavepoolD’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort — Wave pool

The D’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort Wave pool utilizes an artificial wave-maker that cause the water inside the pool to be wavy like the natural waves of the seas and oceans. Unlike the natural continuous waves, the waves in this wave pool only occurs every after 30 minutes.

 D'Leonor Hotel Inland Resort -- Raging RiverD’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort — Raging River

Aside from the wave pool, the pool has its raging river surrounding it. At first glance, one can notice no raging water, but when tried dipping into the river, it really does.

 Allow me to prolong your agony while I’m sharing our funny enjoyable experience at D’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort in Davao City. Stay tuned with my upcoming posts. Smiley

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26 Responses to D’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort, Davao City

  1. tatess says:

    You really did spend a very happy new year with your family .My family back home loves to celebrate special occassion in places like this .i miss them.

  2. A nice way to start the year! Bonding with your family! :)

  3. michi says:

    i like the pink cottages. =)

  4. sionee says:

    This is a very nice place! Galing ha.. 250 & 150 entrance fees okay to.. :)

  5. Bien Nonoy says:

    this is such a beautiful water resort. Now I have more alternatives to go to when I visit Davao

  6. i love the resort. I think there are more to this resort than fun which Id love to take on. Photography in this resort will be lovely.

  7. Sining Factory says:

    I love the pink cottages. You really spent a fun vacation. The place is very inviting and kids will love the pool.

  8. Nancy says:

    I only knew of the hotel. I didn’t know me resort din pala! Hmm, parang EMARS Wavepool inspired lang din yung place… same company?

    What a great way to start the New Year, Gay. Mura palihi na sad ka ug laag ba. :D

  9. Cha says:

    I’ll tell my Tita to bring me there the next time we visit her in Davao! Thanks for this!

  10. Blair Villanueva says:

    D’Leonor Hotel Inland Resort — Pink Cottages = ang cute!

  11. very nice place for family trip!

  12. Myrns says:

    i hope to visit this nice place , when i get back to davao! thanks for sharing!

  13. kiko :(|) says:

    great photos you have there, thanks for sharing
    God Bless!

  14. chrisair says:

    amazing place is that a artificial lake there, so cool

  15. luv the place and were unanimous in saying na cute ung pink cottages hah:)

  16. Clint says:

    Those pink cottages are gorgeous! I love those pools too!

  17. cool! ideal for family getaways

  18. julie says:

    There are a lot of beautiful places in Davao. Thank you for sharing.

  19. As I see the long blue water, I first thought, that it was a long pool. But according to your caption, it’s a river. Wow, a bluish water of a river? D-Leonor Hotel Inland Resort in Davao is one of the nicest resorts in Mindanao, I think!

  20. Sarap pumunta jan pag walang masyadong tao ano. Malapit na ang summer, malamang by then siksikan na :)

  21. Algene says:

    Ate gay, pila ang per night ani na place? I’m planning to go there with some friends..

  22. Shydub says:

    ka sexy ni tita gagay hehehe. so true spending time with family is as fun as spending time with friends. labi na ug ikaw taya and you’ll see how much fun your family are having.

  23. what a great time to spend New Year with the family Sis Gagay :-) Beautiful water park, am sure y’all had a wonderful time :-) Visiting from Tuesday Travels, hope that you can return the visit too.

  24. Gengen says:

    Wow nice place…Mine is up too.

  25. bev says:

    I like the cottages and oh…you look sexy in that pic! visiting from TT….mom travel adventure

  26. Travelholic says:

    Ka-nice diay diha Gay no? Bag-o pa na nga place no? Last naku tamak diha sa Buhangin, diha jud mismo sa Cabantian when my Ate lived there pa was in 2008. Wa pa ko kadungog anang dapita. Grabe nga bloom na jud sa Davao. Sa Toril pud, daghan na kaayo resorts! Maayo nuon aron daghan na makalingawan.

    Laag ko Gay for last week’s TT! Thanks for joining! Hope you can join this week, too!

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