Exclusive retreat at Huma Island Resort with Citi

Exclusive retreat at Huma Island Resort with Citi

I cannot recall the last time I had a real vacation but I remember that as far as vacation spots is concerned Huma Island has always been part of the dream.  All the stories I’ve heard about Huma Island has been glowing and all the pictures I’ve seen have convinced me even more that I will need to find the time and the money to go there.

Now, if you are a Citi credit card holder then that dream could be a reality. With Citi Credit Cards, you can enjoy a memorable island getaway through an exclusive 3 days/2 nights travel offer with Huma Island Resort & Spa in Palawan!

Huma Island villas on stilts
photo credit to humaisland.com

Choose between the Water Villas that rise on stilts right above the coral banks at 54% discount; a Beach Villa straddling the shoreline at 49% discount; and a luxurious family suite replete with its own mini pool at 38% discount.

family room
photocredit to smartotels

Or, you may go for an expansive Presidential Suite – all of 294 square meters which is perfect for large groups!

ingredients for a worry free vacationTo ensure a worry-free holiday, included in this travel package are overnight accommodations, daily breakfast, roundtrip land & boat transfers (Busuanga Airport – Resort – Busuanga Airport), and special credits towards dining, spa services, even for island activities.

And remember: advance reservation is required to guarantee availability of rooms.

How to avail of this special offer

To grab this irresistible offer simply contact Huma Island Resort& Spa’s reservation hotline at (02) 553 0119, or their booking emails at inquiry@humaisland.com and reservation@humaisland.com.

Promotion period is from January 1 to March 31, 2017, while the stay period is from January 1 to June 30, 2017.

For more information, log on to www.citibank.com.ph or call the 24-hour CitiPhone at 995-9999.

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Penny has been immersed in the IT industry since the 90s. As a blogger, she started by writing reviews of books she has read, shows (TV, movies, and plays) she watched, food and restaurants she has tried, and later progressed to many topics that interested her. With her love for cooking and baking, it is not surprising that she has started sharing recipes, too. As a web development teacher, it also made sense to her to post her lectures here as well.

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