Inside This Upcoming Luxury Resort in Cebu With the Best Views in the City


As quarantine restrictions ease, going places is now on everyone’s mind. While it might take a few more months for travel to return to normal, we’re already eagerly preparing our travel bucket lists for when that happens. And high on the list is the upcoming NUSTAR Resort and Casino, a luxurious integrated resort set to open in Cebu. 

Located on top of the picturesque Kawit Point, NUSTAR is expected to open its doors in 2022. The integrated resort occupies 300,000 square meters of floor space, which includes three hotel towers, a gaming facility, a convention center, and luxury retail and dining spaces. 

The hotels are comprised of over 1,000 rooms, while the convention center can accommodate 2,000. The casino area will include over 250 gaming tables and 1,500 electronic gaming machines. As for the retail area, the luxury stores and restaurants will occupy four floors, and NUSTAR will also feature a cinema, skyjack, wharf, boardwalk, and more.


Take a closer look at the grandeur of the upcoming resort below. 

NUSTAR sits atop Kawit Point with a stunning panoramic view of the Cebu Strait. By day, the integrated resort is an ideal oceanside property. 

Photo by NUSTAR.

By night, the resort transforms into one of the island’s most stylish entertainment hubs. 

Photo by NUSTAR.
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The casino will have its own entrance on the property, which is positioning itself as having the largest gaming floor in the region. 

Photo by NUSTAR.

NUSTAR’s three towers will house three hotels: NUSTAR Hotel, Grand Summit Hotel, and Fili Urban Resort. Below is the sophisticated lobby of Fili Urban Resort. 

Photo by NUSTAR.

The boardwalk promises a picturesque stroll along Cebu’s coastline with a clear view of the Cebu Strait. 

Photo by NUSTAR.

The Mall’s gilded entrance will welcome visitors to four stories of pure luxury retail and dining. 

Photo by NUSTAR.

Finally, the Sky Deck might just be in the running for the best spot in the city to take photos. The 360-degree view from the rooftop allows guests to gaze upon the newly constructed Cebu-Cordova Bridge and even the island of Mactan. 

Photo by NUSTAR.


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