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A Brief Purchase Guide for Replacing Your Old or Broken Vacuum Cleaner

A Brief Purchase Guide for Replacing Your Old or Broken Vacuum Cleaner


'Tis the season for spring cleanin’! The trouble is your vacuum cleaner didn’t survive the cold, dark winter and you just now remembered that. You know you need to buy a new one but the selection out there is bigger than your allergy-based headache.


It’s easy and affordable to run to Target and just grab a new Dirt Devil. But when it comes to new vacuum cleaners, the devil really is in the details you don’t consider. I’m a fan of great deals. I like cheap sunglasses and take advantage of sales at grocery stores.

But let’s face it: your floor sometimes gets taken for granted and gets walked on, literally. You need a good machine to do a great job when it comes to vacuuming your carpets.

Luckily for you, there is a lot of research out there that can ease the pain of your purchase decision. Let’s take a closer look:



Watch Where You Walk

The first thing to consider when buying a new vacuum cleaner is what kind of floors and rugs you’ll need it to clean. These machines all do the same thing – suck up dirt and debris. They don’t all do it with the same amount of power or efficiency, however.

You wouldn’t bring chilidogs to a vegan dinner party (well, my grandmother would but that’s another story). You wouldn’t wear dress shoes to go hiking and you wouldn’t buy a SMART CAR as the main vehicle for a family of five.

Following that logic, you wouldn’t buy a vacuum cleaner designed for bare floors when the majority of your home is covered in shag carpet. Conversely, you don’t need to spend $600 on a high-end Oreck machine if most of your house has tiled floors or low-pile carpets.

Shop intelligently and not in a panic. You’ll be happier in the end with your choice. For those of you with deeper or shag carpets, the machines out there with manually adjustable cleaning heads tend to work best.

Size Matters

Vacuum cleaners are designed for a massive variety of shapes and sizes of homes. You really don’t need a Dyson Big Ball if you live in a studio apartment or small condo. For those types of homes, you could do well with a cordless machine, provided the battery quality is high and you have mostly bare floors. A voltage rating of 18-20 is fine and you’ll want the battery to last 10-15 minutes for sure.

But even in smaller homes with carpet, it’s simply best to get a vacuum cleaner that plugs in. And for larger homes, plug-in machines are a must. Read reviews like this one from The Telegraph to get more insight and always, always read actual customer reviews when possible. The Wirecutter has some good insight as well, based on the size of your home and its cleaning needs.
Again – do the work up front so you have less work to do in the long run.

Substance Matters, Too

Pet owners, this might be mainly for you. Vacuum cleaners come either with bags or without. It is proven that the machines with bags are better for allergy prevention and containing pet hair and dander. Cleaners that are bagless have containers that fill up quickly. They have filters in them, but those filters get clogged and need to be cleaned/replaced. The more hair you have to pick up, the harder it will be on your filters.  Also, make sure (if you’re a pet owner) to buy a machine that sports a brush roller. You can read more about the top vacuum cleaners to get a clearer vision of which vacuum best suits you.

Price for Quality

I was once someone who owned a $40-ish dollar Dirt Devil machine. I will never that person again. Even the smallest apartments need machines that can suction up dirt and debris effectively. It’s strongly suggested by experts you spend at least $150 on your machine to essentially get your money’s worth.

It’s unfortunate that some of the low-end machine choices out there are designed to simply drive up the market for the higher-end cleaners. All corporate manipulation aside, your floors are dirty and you need the best vacuum cleaner you can afford.

Here is a list of some purchasing tips:


- Bagged machines tend to last longer than bagless cleaners
- More expensive machines tend to include effective air filtration systems that help reduce odor and allergies
- $400-$500 is the generally-suggested price range for buying a great machine that will last for years-to-come
- Cordless vacuum cleaners can be effective if you get a higher-end product with power and long battery life
- On the high end of the vacuum cleaner options, you will absolutely get what you pay for over the long term. If you can’t afford a $400-$500 machine, bet the highest dollar machine you can grab that suits your home’s needs.

Don’t Panic

Vacuum cleaners break down, even the top-dollar ones. Lots of parts move at once to make the cleaner do what it does. Belts snap, screws come loose and filters/hoses clog.
Many vacuum cleaner issues can be fixed by you and/or your spouse at home. It’s not always a snap, but it can be done. And many problems are not as big as they might seem. Sure, it’s frustrating when you start to vacuum and you get a puff of dust in your face and a bad odor in the room. But maybe your filter is just clogged or there is a dog toy in the hose. Maybe a belt is loose.

Honestly, I remember from when I was a kid how many times my dad had to change the belt on that big, clunky vacuum cleaner we used. Then again, with proper maintenance I also remember it working for years and years. When we finally did replace it, I wasn’t allowed to touch the newly crowned machine because it was really expensive for its time and my mother didn’t want a hyper-energetic pre-teen banging it about.

Clean your filters regularly. Make sure your containers are emptied and your bags replaced as needed. Take your hoses off and clean them with vinegar, hot water, soap and lemon.

Parting Words


If worse comes to worst, there are still vacuum repair shops out there – you can likely get it fixed for less than the price of a new machine.


What do you think of this article? Have you ever tried to fix a broken appliance before? Let me know what you think in the comments section below!


'Tis the season for spring cleanin’! The trouble is your vacuum cleaner didn’t survive the cold, dark winter and you just now remembered that. You know you need to buy a new one but the selection out there is bigger than your allergy-based headache.


It’s easy and affordable to run to Target and just grab a new Dirt Devil. But when it comes to new vacuum cleaners, the devil really is in the details you don’t consider. I’m a fan of great deals. I like cheap sunglasses and take advantage of sales at grocery stores.

But let’s face it: your floor sometimes gets taken for granted and gets walked on, literally. You need a good machine to do a great job when it comes to vacuuming your carpets.

Luckily for you, there is a lot of research out there that can ease the pain of your purchase decision. Let’s take a closer look:



Watch Where You Walk

The first thing to consider when buying a new vacuum cleaner is what kind of floors and rugs you’ll need it to clean. These machines all do the same thing – suck up dirt and debris. They don’t all do it with the same amount of power or efficiency, however.

You wouldn’t bring chilidogs to a vegan dinner party (well, my grandmother would but that’s another story). You wouldn’t wear dress shoes to go hiking and you wouldn’t buy a SMART CAR as the main vehicle for a family of five.

Following that logic, you wouldn’t buy a vacuum cleaner designed for bare floors when the majority of your home is covered in shag carpet. Conversely, you don’t need to spend $600 on a high-end Oreck machine if most of your house has tiled floors or low-pile carpets.

Shop intelligently and not in a panic. You’ll be happier in the end with your choice. For those of you with deeper or shag carpets, the machines out there with manually adjustable cleaning heads tend to work best.

Size Matters

Vacuum cleaners are designed for a massive variety of shapes and sizes of homes. You really don’t need a Dyson Big Ball if you live in a studio apartment or small condo. For those types of homes, you could do well with a cordless machine, provided the battery quality is high and you have mostly bare floors. A voltage rating of 18-20 is fine and you’ll want the battery to last 10-15 minutes for sure.

But even in smaller homes with carpet, it’s simply best to get a vacuum cleaner that plugs in. And for larger homes, plug-in machines are a must. Read reviews like this one from The Telegraph to get more insight and always, always read actual customer reviews when possible. The Wirecutter has some good insight as well, based on the size of your home and its cleaning needs.
Again – do the work up front so you have less work to do in the long run.

Substance Matters, Too

Pet owners, this might be mainly for you. Vacuum cleaners come either with bags or without. It is proven that the machines with bags are better for allergy prevention and containing pet hair and dander. Cleaners that are bagless have containers that fill up quickly. They have filters in them, but those filters get clogged and need to be cleaned/replaced. The more hair you have to pick up, the harder it will be on your filters.  Also, make sure (if you’re a pet owner) to buy a machine that sports a brush roller. You can read more about the top vacuum cleaners to get a clearer vision of which vacuum best suits you.

Price for Quality

I was once someone who owned a $40-ish dollar Dirt Devil machine. I will never that person again. Even the smallest apartments need machines that can suction up dirt and debris effectively. It’s strongly suggested by experts you spend at least $150 on your machine to essentially get your money’s worth.

It’s unfortunate that some of the low-end machine choices out there are designed to simply drive up the market for the higher-end cleaners. All corporate manipulation aside, your floors are dirty and you need the best vacuum cleaner you can afford.

Here is a list of some purchasing tips:


- Bagged machines tend to last longer than bagless cleaners
- More expensive machines tend to include effective air filtration systems that help reduce odor and allergies
- $400-$500 is the generally-suggested price range for buying a great machine that will last for years-to-come
- Cordless vacuum cleaners can be effective if you get a higher-end product with power and long battery life
- On the high end of the vacuum cleaner options, you will absolutely get what you pay for over the long term. If you can’t afford a $400-$500 machine, bet the highest dollar machine you can grab that suits your home’s needs.

Don’t Panic

Vacuum cleaners break down, even the top-dollar ones. Lots of parts move at once to make the cleaner do what it does. Belts snap, screws come loose and filters/hoses clog.
Many vacuum cleaner issues can be fixed by you and/or your spouse at home. It’s not always a snap, but it can be done. And many problems are not as big as they might seem. Sure, it’s frustrating when you start to vacuum and you get a puff of dust in your face and a bad odor in the room. But maybe your filter is just clogged or there is a dog toy in the hose. Maybe a belt is loose.

Honestly, I remember from when I was a kid how many times my dad had to change the belt on that big, clunky vacuum cleaner we used. Then again, with proper maintenance I also remember it working for years and years. When we finally did replace it, I wasn’t allowed to touch the newly crowned machine because it was really expensive for its time and my mother didn’t want a hyper-energetic pre-teen banging it about.

Clean your filters regularly. Make sure your containers are emptied and your bags replaced as needed. Take your hoses off and clean them with vinegar, hot water, soap and lemon.

Parting Words


If worse comes to worst, there are still vacuum repair shops out there – you can likely get it fixed for less than the price of a new machine.


What do you think of this article? Have you ever tried to fix a broken appliance before? Let me know what you think in the comments section below!

How to Stay Healthy and Fit While Travelling

How to Stay Healthy and Fit While Travelling


Are you in good physical shape and want to make sure that you don’t let it slide when you set off on your travels to exotic destinations? This is a regular conundrum that you wouldn’t be alone in trying to figure out how to overcome.


The good news is that there are certainly a handful of tips and tricks that you can use to your advantage to make staying fit and healthy a possibility during your time away, and it’s worth mentioning that you should be commended on wanting to achieve this, so give yourselves a pat on the back for the positive outlook you’re maintaining!

Okay, so the first thing to bear in mind is that the habitual diet and workout routine you have in place at home might not be a realistic option while you’re away. This isn’t to say that it’ll be a million miles from it though. Often, it’s simply a case of allowing yourself the thought process of being okay with enjoying time away from your stringent routine.

What we’re saying is that it is actually very, very easy to stay on the healthy diet train as well as remaining physically active regardless of where you are in the world, which will come as a welcome bonus!

Take a look over these tips and see what you can use while you’re on your trip.


Never stray away from starting the day with a healthy breakfast

An essential aspect of getting the body working properly each day is having a good breakfast. You wouldn’t expect a car to perform on no fuel, so you shouldn’t think your brain and body can either.

What you eat at the start of the day will be what fuels your energy for the rest of the day and also kickstarts your metabolism.

Aiming to eat fresh fruit, wholegrain foods such as bran flakes and granola, for example, will help you get off to the right start. Add to this some green tea and or some hot water and lemon to maintain your body’s pH levels that have depleted during the night and you’ll be off to a solid start.

Get good sleep

Sleeping well will literally be one of the best things you can have in your life when you are on your travels. Ideally, you want to be getting 7-9 hours of sleep per night, as recommended by sleep experts.

Sleep is well-documented to be the time when you rest and rejuvenate, so if you don’t get adequate amounts then you’re going to lose out in terms of memory loss, concentration, poor immunity, weight gain, balance issues, mood swings, and high blood pressure!

Obviously, you don’t want any of these ailments, especially when you’re meant to be away having the time of your life! You can find out more on how to get good sleep by visiting https://www.sleepAdvisor.org/ for great tips and info.

Not forgetting my water even while observing Mr. crocodile here!

Stay hydrated with plentiful amounts of water while you’re travelling

You’re more than likely to be well aware of the positive and vital benefits that surround staying hydrated, but this will be even more of a focal point when you are travelling as you’ll be in different climates and also probably not exercising quite as much.

Drinking plenty of water will ensure you stay full, hydrated, and away from reaching for unhealthy drinks and also snacks that are bad for you too. In fact, water can be really useful for weight loss; it’s 100% calorie-free, assists in burning more calories and helps digestion when you eat.

Skip the elevators

Choosing to take the stairs is the better choice; everyone knows that. It serves as a perfect little workout to get the glutes working and the blood pumping. You could get the elevator, but where’s the fun in that? You can race the people you’re with, or just cruise up the steps; either way will get you a Nano-workout, and as a famous supermarket says “every little helps”!

Just finished my TWG green tea!

Turn to green tea

Green tea holds many positive benefits that you can utilise while you’re on your trip away. The good thing is that you can access it all over the world and it’s not a costly drink to buy.

It’ll provide you with a boost of natural energy, a host of antioxidants that will protect against damage from pollution, and the nights out partying too. What’s more, green tea helps with digestion, while the caffeine found in it can help to speed up your metabolism. All of those things equate to ways that tea aid in keeping you fit while travelling.

Stay informed on the things you are eating

One way to ensure you are maintaining that healthy lifestyle; looking and feeling good in the process, is to remain clued up on your diet while you’re away.

That’s not to say that you can’t have something you want to eat that might not be overly healthy, but just don’t constantly overindulge or you’ll pay the price. Don’t beat yourself up if you eat and drink what you want, but just make sure you keep a check on how much you consume.

If you’re not sure of what is in some dishes, be sure to ask first. You can also get an idea of the healthy foods you can tuck into by doing a little bit of research online before heading off to your travel destinations too.


What do you think of this article? How do you stay healthy when you travel? Let me know what you think in the comment section below!


Are you in good physical shape and want to make sure that you don’t let it slide when you set off on your travels to exotic destinations? This is a regular conundrum that you wouldn’t be alone in trying to figure out how to overcome.


The good news is that there are certainly a handful of tips and tricks that you can use to your advantage to make staying fit and healthy a possibility during your time away, and it’s worth mentioning that you should be commended on wanting to achieve this, so give yourselves a pat on the back for the positive outlook you’re maintaining!

Okay, so the first thing to bear in mind is that the habitual diet and workout routine you have in place at home might not be a realistic option while you’re away. This isn’t to say that it’ll be a million miles from it though. Often, it’s simply a case of allowing yourself the thought process of being okay with enjoying time away from your stringent routine.

What we’re saying is that it is actually very, very easy to stay on the healthy diet train as well as remaining physically active regardless of where you are in the world, which will come as a welcome bonus!

Take a look over these tips and see what you can use while you’re on your trip.


Never stray away from starting the day with a healthy breakfast

An essential aspect of getting the body working properly each day is having a good breakfast. You wouldn’t expect a car to perform on no fuel, so you shouldn’t think your brain and body can either.

What you eat at the start of the day will be what fuels your energy for the rest of the day and also kickstarts your metabolism.

Aiming to eat fresh fruit, wholegrain foods such as bran flakes and granola, for example, will help you get off to the right start. Add to this some green tea and or some hot water and lemon to maintain your body’s pH levels that have depleted during the night and you’ll be off to a solid start.

Get good sleep

Sleeping well will literally be one of the best things you can have in your life when you are on your travels. Ideally, you want to be getting 7-9 hours of sleep per night, as recommended by sleep experts.

Sleep is well-documented to be the time when you rest and rejuvenate, so if you don’t get adequate amounts then you’re going to lose out in terms of memory loss, concentration, poor immunity, weight gain, balance issues, mood swings, and high blood pressure!

Obviously, you don’t want any of these ailments, especially when you’re meant to be away having the time of your life! You can find out more on how to get good sleep by visiting https://www.sleepAdvisor.org/ for great tips and info.

Not forgetting my water even while observing Mr. crocodile here!

Stay hydrated with plentiful amounts of water while you’re travelling

You’re more than likely to be well aware of the positive and vital benefits that surround staying hydrated, but this will be even more of a focal point when you are travelling as you’ll be in different climates and also probably not exercising quite as much.

Drinking plenty of water will ensure you stay full, hydrated, and away from reaching for unhealthy drinks and also snacks that are bad for you too. In fact, water can be really useful for weight loss; it’s 100% calorie-free, assists in burning more calories and helps digestion when you eat.

Skip the elevators

Choosing to take the stairs is the better choice; everyone knows that. It serves as a perfect little workout to get the glutes working and the blood pumping. You could get the elevator, but where’s the fun in that? You can race the people you’re with, or just cruise up the steps; either way will get you a Nano-workout, and as a famous supermarket says “every little helps”!

Just finished my TWG green tea!

Turn to green tea

Green tea holds many positive benefits that you can utilise while you’re on your trip away. The good thing is that you can access it all over the world and it’s not a costly drink to buy.

It’ll provide you with a boost of natural energy, a host of antioxidants that will protect against damage from pollution, and the nights out partying too. What’s more, green tea helps with digestion, while the caffeine found in it can help to speed up your metabolism. All of those things equate to ways that tea aid in keeping you fit while travelling.

Stay informed on the things you are eating

One way to ensure you are maintaining that healthy lifestyle; looking and feeling good in the process, is to remain clued up on your diet while you’re away.

That’s not to say that you can’t have something you want to eat that might not be overly healthy, but just don’t constantly overindulge or you’ll pay the price. Don’t beat yourself up if you eat and drink what you want, but just make sure you keep a check on how much you consume.

If you’re not sure of what is in some dishes, be sure to ask first. You can also get an idea of the healthy foods you can tuck into by doing a little bit of research online before heading off to your travel destinations too.


What do you think of this article? How do you stay healthy when you travel? Let me know what you think in the comment section below!

RRCG Transport P2P Bus Service and Schedule

RRCG Transport P2P Bus Service and Schedule

As an initiative to offer commuters reliable, safe, and comfortable mode of transport, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has partnered with bus companies and operators to launch Premium P2P (or point to point) bus service.


P2P Bus Service is a transport system that takes passengers from one point to another point (or terminal) non-stop. Unlike other commercial buses which have several stops to pick-up and drop-off passengers, P2P Buses only stop on their point of destination.

Department of Transportation Partner P2P Buses


1. HM TRANSPORT
2. RRCG
3. UBE Express
4. N. Dela Rosa Liner
5. Delta neo Solutions (DNS)
6. Joy Bus
7. Genesis
8. Froelich Tours
9. MetroExpress

Stations 


There are 45 stations or Pick-up/ Drop-off Points for commuters:

* Alabang South Station
* Alabang Town Center
* Antipolo Triangle Mall
* Araneta Center
* Ayala Mall South Park
* Ayala Malls The 30th
* Camella DasmariƱas Highway
* Clark International Airport
* DOTR Office and Clart Center
* Eastwood
* Glorietta 3
* Glorietta 5
* Greenbelt 1
* Greenbelt 5
* Greenhills Shopping Center
* Lawton
* Makati CBD
* Makati Circuit Lane
* Market! Market! Mall
* NAIA Terminal 1
* NAIA Terminal 2
* NAIA Terminal 3
* NAIA Terminal 4
* North Avenue Quezon City
* Nuvali Transport Terminal
* Pilar Station Las Pinas
* Robinson's Galleria
* Robinson's Novaliches
* Robinsons Place Antipolo
* Robinsons Place Malolos
* San Lorenzo Place
* Savemore Salawag
* SM Cherry Antipolo
* SM City Clark
* SM City Masinag
* SM Clark Transport Hub
* SM Megamall
* SM North EDSA
* Sta Maria Bulacan
* Starmall Alabang
* Starmall Shaw
* Sucat Interchange
* Trinoma
* U.P. Town Center
* Vista Mall Daang Hari Bacoor


For people living on the eastern side of Metro Manila (i.e. Marikina, Masinag, Antipolo, other parts of Rizal), RRCG may be handy for your commute. 

Here are RRCG schedules and routes:

1. Robinsons place Antipolo - Robinsons Galleria




2. SM City Masinag - Greenbelt 5






Have you tried P2P bus services? Do you want to try it? Let me know what you think in the comments section below!

As an initiative to offer commuters reliable, safe, and comfortable mode of transport, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has partnered with bus companies and operators to launch Premium P2P (or point to point) bus service.


P2P Bus Service is a transport system that takes passengers from one point to another point (or terminal) non-stop. Unlike other commercial buses which have several stops to pick-up and drop-off passengers, P2P Buses only stop on their point of destination.

Department of Transportation Partner P2P Buses


1. HM TRANSPORT
2. RRCG
3. UBE Express
4. N. Dela Rosa Liner
5. Delta neo Solutions (DNS)
6. Joy Bus
7. Genesis
8. Froelich Tours
9. MetroExpress

Stations 


There are 45 stations or Pick-up/ Drop-off Points for commuters:

* Alabang South Station
* Alabang Town Center
* Antipolo Triangle Mall
* Araneta Center
* Ayala Mall South Park
* Ayala Malls The 30th
* Camella DasmariƱas Highway
* Clark International Airport
* DOTR Office and Clart Center
* Eastwood
* Glorietta 3
* Glorietta 5
* Greenbelt 1
* Greenbelt 5
* Greenhills Shopping Center
* Lawton
* Makati CBD
* Makati Circuit Lane
* Market! Market! Mall
* NAIA Terminal 1
* NAIA Terminal 2
* NAIA Terminal 3
* NAIA Terminal 4
* North Avenue Quezon City
* Nuvali Transport Terminal
* Pilar Station Las Pinas
* Robinson's Galleria
* Robinson's Novaliches
* Robinsons Place Antipolo
* Robinsons Place Malolos
* San Lorenzo Place
* Savemore Salawag
* SM Cherry Antipolo
* SM City Clark
* SM City Masinag
* SM Clark Transport Hub
* SM Megamall
* SM North EDSA
* Sta Maria Bulacan
* Starmall Alabang
* Starmall Shaw
* Sucat Interchange
* Trinoma
* U.P. Town Center
* Vista Mall Daang Hari Bacoor


For people living on the eastern side of Metro Manila (i.e. Marikina, Masinag, Antipolo, other parts of Rizal), RRCG may be handy for your commute. 

Here are RRCG schedules and routes:

1. Robinsons place Antipolo - Robinsons Galleria




2. SM City Masinag - Greenbelt 5






Have you tried P2P bus services? Do you want to try it? Let me know what you think in the comments section below!

Luljetta’s Place - Hanging Gardens Spa and Garden Suites

Luljetta’s Place - Hanging Gardens Spa and Garden Suites



On the less busy southern tip of Barangay San Roque in Antipolo, Luljetta’s Place - Hanging Gardens Spa remains relatively private and secluded providing couples or guests with children the time and space to unwind and get pampered. This "newest and most up-to-date tourist" spot in Antipolo promises a blissful relaxation with areas that offer breathtaking views of Laguna de Bay, Antipolo mountain range and Metro Manila.


Luljetta's Place was established in 2013 by the matriarch of Loreland Realty & Development Corporation as part of the eight (8) hectare resort in Antipolo – Loreland Farm Resort. The property was developed to cater to a broader range of market banking on the health and wellness offerings of the resort.


Luljetta’s Place Garden Suites


Luljetta’s Place Garden Suites offers health and wellness services amidst garden groves and lush greenery, which is a balm to both body and soul. The resort’s carefully planned landscape and design that offers a picturesque view of the mountains put the company on the map as one of the most visited and most recognized resorts in the district. Whether you’re looking for a simple relaxation, a business stay, or just a fast getaway, this ‘secret’ garden is just an hour’s drive away from Manila. 



Luljetta’s Place – Garden Suites offers a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. Lush and idyllic gardens surround the resort, and the different functional amenities and spa services to provide a serene and a calm atmosphere.

Every spot in the resort is a place where you can stop and unwind. It’s also a place where you can just soak in the beauty that surrounds you, of which there are plenty. With its nature and exclusive feel of a resort, it is also an ideal venue for social functions such as wedding, debuts, as well as personal and corporate celebrations and activities such as team building 


Aside from its breathtaking views to modern facilities and amenities, Luljetta’s Place – Garden Suites have well- trained, skilled and knowledgeable staff and are always ready to be of service to its clients. The company strongly believes in their people, and the staff is one of the keys to their success. 

As part of a progressive district in Antipolo, Luljetta’s Place – Garden Suites is constantly improving and evolving to cater to the needs of every traveler. Along the way, they contribute to the tourism industry and to the larger community, which is at the heart of a successful tourist destination.

Check out more of our photos from Luljetta's Place:















Contact 


Sales & Reservations:
(+632) 534 2517 loc. 116 , ‎(+632) 633 3494 loc. 116, ‎(0917) 867 6205
reservations@luljettas.com 
Office Hours: 9:00 AM - 6 :00 PM, Daily 

Front Office: ‎(+632) 534 2517, ‎(+632) 633 3494, ‎(0925) 766 7544 
info@luljettas.com
Office Hours: 24 Hours, Daily

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Parting Words


Sunset on Luljetta's is magnificent and best admired from the infinity pool. Couples or family travellers enjoy watching it from there. It is a fitting conclusion to a day of pampering and a sight, among many, that guests in Luljetta's never forget.

What do you think of this wellness resort and spa? Do you want to get pampered here? What is your favorite resort spa? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!



On the less busy southern tip of Barangay San Roque in Antipolo, Luljetta’s Place - Hanging Gardens Spa remains relatively private and secluded providing couples or guests with children the time and space to unwind and get pampered. This "newest and most up-to-date tourist" spot in Antipolo promises a blissful relaxation with areas that offer breathtaking views of Laguna de Bay, Antipolo mountain range and Metro Manila.


Luljetta's Place was established in 2013 by the matriarch of Loreland Realty & Development Corporation as part of the eight (8) hectare resort in Antipolo – Loreland Farm Resort. The property was developed to cater to a broader range of market banking on the health and wellness offerings of the resort.


Luljetta’s Place Garden Suites


Luljetta’s Place Garden Suites offers health and wellness services amidst garden groves and lush greenery, which is a balm to both body and soul. The resort’s carefully planned landscape and design that offers a picturesque view of the mountains put the company on the map as one of the most visited and most recognized resorts in the district. Whether you’re looking for a simple relaxation, a business stay, or just a fast getaway, this ‘secret’ garden is just an hour’s drive away from Manila. 



Luljetta’s Place – Garden Suites offers a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. Lush and idyllic gardens surround the resort, and the different functional amenities and spa services to provide a serene and a calm atmosphere.

Every spot in the resort is a place where you can stop and unwind. It’s also a place where you can just soak in the beauty that surrounds you, of which there are plenty. With its nature and exclusive feel of a resort, it is also an ideal venue for social functions such as wedding, debuts, as well as personal and corporate celebrations and activities such as team building 


Aside from its breathtaking views to modern facilities and amenities, Luljetta’s Place – Garden Suites have well- trained, skilled and knowledgeable staff and are always ready to be of service to its clients. The company strongly believes in their people, and the staff is one of the keys to their success. 

As part of a progressive district in Antipolo, Luljetta’s Place – Garden Suites is constantly improving and evolving to cater to the needs of every traveler. Along the way, they contribute to the tourism industry and to the larger community, which is at the heart of a successful tourist destination.

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Contact 


Sales & Reservations:
(+632) 534 2517 loc. 116 , ‎(+632) 633 3494 loc. 116, ‎(0917) 867 6205
reservations@luljettas.com 
Office Hours: 9:00 AM - 6 :00 PM, Daily 

Front Office: ‎(+632) 534 2517, ‎(+632) 633 3494, ‎(0925) 766 7544 
info@luljettas.com
Office Hours: 24 Hours, Daily

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Parting Words


Sunset on Luljetta's is magnificent and best admired from the infinity pool. Couples or family travellers enjoy watching it from there. It is a fitting conclusion to a day of pampering and a sight, among many, that guests in Luljetta's never forget.

What do you think of this wellness resort and spa? Do you want to get pampered here? What is your favorite resort spa? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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