This holiday season, a congested metro scene, long road trips and delayed flights might just be some of the constraints that might hinder you when considering an out of town getaway with your family or with your barkada. The dire need to detox your stressed being from all the toxins of work, to refresh your eyes with blues and greens of nature, and to probably have some seascape is what you have in mind right now. We know it isn’t summer, but living in a tropical country, surrounded by 7, 107 islands makes its existence last forever.
Even so, Azure Urban Resort Residences resting accessibly in Parañaque is here to ease your woes. With its famed man-made beach, intensely big-waved pool, infinity pool, and themed units, we bet you won’t even bother to get away for the holidays this time.
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1. Famed man-made white beach
Clearly, Azure’s centerpiece is its man-made white beach that’s apt to the convenience of both kids and adults. Why, you may ask. It’s suitable for the kids because the man-made white beach is not that deep making it safe to let them keep swimming. Slides with a giant bucket are also adjacent to the beach to keep them sane! While for the adults, a beach bar is dwelling right in between the man-made white beach and the wave pool, escalating party scenes during day and night!
Just a heads up, explorers: Azure strictly implements swimsuit dress codes. Women shall only wear bathing suits like one-piece, two-piece, rash guards, and non-jean bottoms; while men shall be topless, unless it’s a rash guard, and wear only board shorts.
2. Wave pool
The 3 to 5-feet pool stays flat until the lifeguards whistle their lungs out to warn the swimmers for the upcoming big waves ahead. We’re telling you, their waves got no chill and they last for about half an hour. Just be sure to tie those swimmies tight though because you don’t want it to go against the current with everybody else!
Azure also has an infinity pool that gushes down the wave pool like a waterfall.
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3. 9 themed towers
In case you missed it, the interiors of Azure’s themed towers were personally designed by Paris Hilton. The American socialite named the towers after her favorite seaside resorts and beaches all over the globe: Rio East, Rio West, ST Tropez, Santorini, Positano, Bahamas, Boracay, Maui, and Maldives. The first five towers are the currently operational ones, while the rest are still under construction, and are set to be completed until late 2016. What is more, The Paris Beach Club houses multifold of amenities like the movie room, Patrick’s Café, game room, spa, and gym.
Meanwhile, the northies are about to get hold of Azure’s offerings as Azure North is currently on the works in San Fernando, Pampanga four years from now! The towers shall be named Bali, St. Barths, Barbados, Fiji, Kauai, Monaco, and, of course, Palawan.
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Azure Urban Resort Residences is at SLEX West Service Road Bicutan Parañaque, Corner D. Soledad Avenue (beside SM Bicutan), Parañaque City, 1702 Metro Manila.