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MANILA, Philippines — 9 April 2016 — Banking on the strong influence of taste and tradition, Amorita Resort proudly introduces Tomar, wine and tapas bar completing the second phase of Amorita resort’s expansion.
Eager to exceed the expectations of the local and international tourist market that’s seeks a more personalized travel experience; Amorita Resort, a luxury boutique resort in Bohol continues to expand its operations and strengthen its already impressive leisure offering.
Tomar! which means to take in Spanish—does not only fill the palate with the most exquisite taste of our guests, Tomar is envisioned to be much more. A place that heightens the experience to a whole new level, Tomar will be a dining venue for discerning guests who wish to have a more relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere.
The Signature Tomar!
Neo-Cultural experience takes center stage in Tomar. Innovation thru tradition, the restaurant looks back at the classic Tapas, Paellas and Pintxos and gives it a modern touch. Tomar also houses carefully curated wine and whiskey selections from around the globe.
Clean lines and earth tones interiors wood, steel and leather adorn and accentuate the space giving the restaurant warm sophistication that serves the perfect dinning background.
A tropical enclave in Panglao Island
One of the Philippines’ top destinations, Bohol continues to attract increasing interest from local and international travelers, thanks in large part to its excellent diving sites, beautiful nature spots, and great outdoor adventures. Embodying the natural treasures of the Central Visayas province — limestone, shimmering blue waters, stretches of white sand, and lush tracts of greenery — the resort further distinguishes itself by marrying world-class service with personalized touches and pleasant little surprises.
One-Of Collection is capitalizing on this unique opportunity, while also acting as a key catalyst for the growth of the local tourism sector in Bohol. Amorita’s seaside cliff location — right on the southeastern edge of white-sand Alona Beach, overlooking the Bohol Sea — makes it a tropical enclave that strikes the perfect balance between exclusivity for guests and proximity to the beach. The resort’s architectural stylings are best described as organic modern, integrating key aspects of Panglao Island’s beautiful natural surroundings and idyllic charm into the design of the property.