Monday, June 28, 2010

Ace Water Spa

Woke up on a Sunday morning with nothing to do. So I decided to drag Mac to Ace Water Spa as he has never been there.

We wanted to eat at Elars Lechon since it's close to Ace Water Spa but the dine-in area was closed during Sundays so we just went and had lunch in the Ace Sky Lounge Cafe. The food was nothing spectacular. And I think it was a bit pricey for the taste.

While waiting for your food, they give you a place mat where you can do Soduko/crossword puzzle to entertain yourself. Too bad they forgot to also provide a pen.

The creamy pesto pasta was our favorite because of the generous serving of shrimps and the pesto really is creamy. Mac ordered the Katsudon.
While I ordered the baked chicken with mozzarella cheese.
After the lunch, off we went to enjoy the hydrotherapy services. Ace water spa provides lockers where you can keep your stuff. You just need to wear fitted swimwear (undergarments inside the swimwear are not allowed). They also provide liquid soap and shampoo for your shower so the only thing you really need to bring is your towel and swimwear.

After taking a shower in the locker rooms, you go down the stairs to the pool area. They have a lapping pool, a kiddie pool, lazy river, a floor fountain, different kinds of hydro jets that you can enjoy. They also have hot herbal pools, a really really cold pool, steam room and sauna room. You can enjoy everything for only P550.00 each. (but if you go there often you can also buy the Ace Card which offers discounts).

Ace Water Spa is located at Del Monte St. near Banawe. If you're coming from Quezon Ave (going to Manila) you just go straight until you reach Banawe, turn right in Banawe. When you see Del Monte, you turn right again and Ace Water Spa is to your left. Parking is usually full but you can let their staff park your car for you at no extra cost (valet service).

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