News

June 2022 at Atmosphere – Covid-19 update

The world has opened! After an initial 3 month mandatory lock-down of Atmosphere in early 2020, we have resumed all services and activities since July 2020 and are excited to see a return of domestic and international guests. Currently, Atmosphere is completely open with all services available, but we just ask that you make sure to reserve in advance, whether it is for an overnight stay or a weeklong holiday.…
Ulrika Kroon
6th September 2021
News

The ONE card – more benefits!

Are you a resident of Negros Oriental? Do you have the ONE card? We have added a few additional benefits to the membership card, so that day guests can avail as well. For day guests who are card holders, we offer longer day stays over weekends and a lower rate Monday to friday. the same goes for guests who book day rooms and who are card holders. See below for…
Ulrika Kroon
5th September 2021
News

Presenting the ONE card

In April, our province opened the borders to domestic travelers from all over the Philippines. A great step forward! Atmosphere then introduced the ONE card for residents of Negros Oriental, as a thank you for their fantastic support during 2020 and 2021. For only 1000 pesos, the ONE card will continue to give residents of Negros Oriental up to 50% discount on accommodation all through to December 31 2022! The…
Ulrika Kroon
11th April 2021
News

What is happening? Atmosphere and Covid-19

We are very excited that Atmosphere Resorts & Spa received permission in July 2020 to open rooms, restaurants and pools again to guests after a three-month-long hiatus due to Covid-19. During August and September, we have restricted our opening days to Thursdays-Sundays. Currently, domestic flights are still largely suspended and international tourism is also on hold, but we want to assure you that if you do make it here, we…
Ulrika Kroon
3rd July 2020
NewsSustainability

Beach clean-up in December after a sudden flurry of trash

A short update from our quick-fire beach clean-up on December 12 - following a few days of calm seas, the wind switched back to normal earlier in the week and with that came a sudden flurry of trash. This beach clean-up was our heaviest yet, with 96 kg of trash during only 30 minutes. 95% was plastic, including 333 plastic bottles, 114 shoes & flip flops and a paddling pool! More…
Ulrika Kroon
16th December 2019