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Cebu Club Fort Med Resort

Situated between the mountains and the sea, Cebu Club Fort Med offers a tranquil, serene, and peaceful haven fit for a weekend escape from the city buzz. It is strategically located near Oslob, where you can swim with the whale sharks, stroll around the ruins and dip into Tumalog falls. If you don’t want to go any farther than Boljoon, you may stay within the grounds of the resort and feel the countryside charm and simplicity of the area. Let go of stress, read a book and lose track of time while just enjoying doing nothing.

Cebu Club Fort Med

Cebu Club Fort Med Cebu Club Fort Med Cottage Cebu Club Fort Med


  • Air-con Rooms with Cable TV, Wi-Fi
  • Bar & restaurant
  • Function Rooms
  • Dive Shop
  • Kayak Rentals
  • Billiard Game facilities
  • Karaoke Room
  • Therapeutic Massage Service
  • Swimming Pools, Jacuzzi
Cebu Club Fort Med Pool View

Pool View. Would you just look at how cool is that view?!

Cebu Club Fort Med Dining Area

Dining Area. It’s cozy, although it may get too crowded during lunch, where they offer lunch buffets/day tour package.

Cebu Club Fort Med Brick Oven

Yes! They have this infamous brick oven for their pizza menu! They also offer pasta, – fresh ones made in the resort.

Cebu Club Fort Med Pool view

Trynna get that instagram!

Cebu Club Fort Med Breakfast

Breakfast. Food was great with this resort. We had “Silogs” for breakfast, 130php for each silog but I would say I got what I pay for. We had seafood for lunch and it was AMAZEBALLS. Food was great, period.

Cebu Club Fort Med

They don’t charge for corkage fee so we brought our own wine, ordered a pizza and enjoy the food while dipping in to their pool. Yes! they allow eating on poolside. 🙂


Day Use
  • Entrance fee: ₱200 per adult / ₱100 per kid (8AM to 5PM only)
  • Cottage: ₱400 per day (Open Cottage) / ₱500 per day (Japanese Cottage)
  • Billiard: ₱100 per hour
  • Videoke: ₱500 first 2 hours (₱100 / succeeding hour)
  • Therapeutic Massage: ₱400 per hour
  • Hiking at Eli Rock: ₱100 per person (with guide and bottled water) – **You may do this without any guide. I’ll blog about this soon.
  • Boljoon Church & Museum Tour: ₱200 per person (with guide and van) – **You may do this without any guide. I’ll blog about this soon.
Overnight Room Rates
  • Row house type: ₱2,000 per night
  • Single Detached: ₱2,600 per night
  • Casita: ₱3,600 per night
    – All rooms are good for 2 adults & 2 kids.
    – Pay ₱200 per person per night excess. Max. of 6 persons per room.
    – Extra bed is ₱200.
    – Check-in at 2PM / Check-out at 12NN the next day

Casitas. We stayed on the second to the last Casita. It was spacious, super clean, love the smell, and everything in it. One mishap was the queen bed advertised on the booking, but we got 2 separate twin beds instead, waaah! Their staff was kind enough to find a way all is good. If you’re into instagram photos, I would highly suggest this room, lovely view!

The Beach. If you’re looking for a long and wide shoreline, the resort may not be for you. It’s situated to a location where it’s great for diving but not too great for travellers looking for fine sand and long shorelines.

The Casita’s veranda was our dining area. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner — We had it all on the veranda. I mean, who wouldn’t want to eat their meal with that view, right? There’s a small amount of service charge if you want your food served in your room, but I guess that’s how it goes in most resorts so I didn’t mind paying.


  • Day Use Package – 450php/pax, minimum of 30 pax
  • Beach Barbeque Party Package – 600php/pax, minimum of 30 pax
  • Whale Shark encounter Package – 3,900/pax, minimum of 15 pax
  • Conference Package – 1,200/pax, minimum of 30 pax

Other information

  • Corkage: None as of the moment
  • Contact details: (032) 482 9050 / 0932 856 7880 /


Location: Brgy. Arbor, Boljoon, Southern Cebu — 2-3hr drive from the city, located just along the highway.

  • Via bus: From the South Bus Terminal: Fare is ₱120-128 per person (one-way). Inform the driver or “konduktor” to drop you off at Cebu Club Fort Med.
  • Own vehicle – Navigate it via Waze, or Google Maps. We also took advantage of these apps while going there. Parking space is available in the resort. (You can always ask the locals if you think you’re lost – they’re all friendly. Although getting lost is least likely to happen. )

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  • Reply
    August 24, 2018 at 9:17 am

    Wow! This resort looks heavenly and peaceful! I like the beach side views. Very calm and great for a relaxing holiday. Food sounds great too!Sure,you refreshed after spending time in this beautiful resort location.

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    August 20, 2018 at 12:14 pm

    Wow!! Lovely stay vacation you had! Love all your beautiful captures here. Had a bad day today & your sharing here did make me feel better after reading 😀 cheers, siennylovesdrawing

    • Reply
      August 23, 2018 at 4:20 pm

      Awwe, thanks Sienny. Love to hear my post made your day better. 🙂

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