Eden Resort introduces perks to club members

THE Eden Nature Park and Resort is introducing a club membership that will provide perks to its members as the place has become a go-to place both of local and out of town visitors.

Brenda A. Ocampo, marketing manager of the place, said that members of the Eden Executive Club will not only recover the money that they will spend, but will be able to get discounts all year round without waiting for the resort to come up with promotional campaigns.
This also gives the members easy access to the resort as the “Davao experience is not complete without a tour in Eden,” said Ocampo during the weekly Wednesdays @ Habi at Kape at the Abreeza Mall, pointing out that search engines have ranked the resort among the top destinations in this part of the country.
To become a member, one should only fill out an application form available at the Sales and Reservation Office of the resort in Matina Town Square and pay P8,000.
The member can immediately avail of two Vista or Holiday Cottages, both good for two occupants; and a Gardenia or Camella Room, which is good for four occupants. These are, however, subject to availability. The card also offers a member a 10% discount in all meal bills in all resort outlets when he or she avails of overnight stay.
Members can also avail of 40% discounts on all deluxe rooms and 20% discounts on family cottages after availing of the complimentary offers. In addition, the rooms are transferrable, or the members can have others to stay in their rooms. For day tour packages, a 10% discount is offered, including those who will take their lunch, snack and will go fishing at its Fishing Village.
The resort has also partnered with Elysia and anyone who is a cardholder can avail of a 10% discount when he or she avails of the spa’s services either at the resort or at any of its other four branches. Those who like to eat halu-halo, holders are provided with five percent by Aling Fopings; while those who work out can avail of P2,070 monthly rate at Anytime Fitness, lower than the regular P2,400 rate, and that will not pay joining and administrative fees of P1,000.
Ocampo said that initially the resort is targeting 1,000 out of the visitors in its database that have been repeatedly visiting the resort. She said the number could exceed because on a monthly basis, the resort caters to about 25,000 visitors.

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