Last Friday was our own team building. It was held at Torres Ville Pool Resort (119 C. Lewis Street, Tabak, Antipolo City). The place was quiet, relaxing and is ideal for events such as this. It’s has a single pool, a videoke court, a nipa-house-inspired cottage, a basketball half-court (which we never used), and a children’s playground.
My team mates stumbled upon this resort on the Internet and they were intrigued by their unusual advertisement. Even our team mate who’s from Antipolo City has never heard about this resort.
Their pricelist is divided into two: the one with table clothes and the bare essentials (with no table clothes in other words). The one with table clothes cost P6,000 and the other package cost only P5,000. This is between 8PM-6AM. There is an additional fee if it exceeds this time.
We rented the place from 1:00PM to 7:00AM the next morning and it cost our team P7,000. That package includes the unlimited rent of the videoke, which we enjoyed. This fee doesn’t include the bed sheets. By the way, they also sell fresh buko for P12 each. The place has a lot of coconuts.
Check out the following pictures of this resort. For inquiries, please send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or text them at 0999-460-7382. Their landline is 393-5253.
Just a reminder by the way. The city of Antipolo prohibits the use of Styrofoam and Torres Ville Pool Resort adheres to that. So if you’ll be bringing Styrofoam cups and plates, you’ll have to bring it along with you once you depart from the resort (like what our team mate did).
Also, the blue concrete house that you’ll see in these pictures is NOT for rent. It’s the house of the owner.