Crusoe Cabins.

The eco-friendly beach properties of Millennial Resorts are all about “selling happiness,” not just pretty rooms. It’s about being cool and trendy, yet accessible to many. On top of that, sustainability—and warmth of Filipino hospitality—is at the center of everything.

That’s not an easy thing to do, but Millennial Resorts seems to have found a good balance between being an Instagram-ready destination and a truly functional place that you’d want to go back to again and again. The result is a roster of establishments full of surprises and rather unconventional experiences.

Inspired by Batangas’ coastal surroundings, Millennial Resorts is a hospitality group, which is a sister company of Landco Pacific Corp. Registered for the prestigious EDGE (Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies) certification, the brand is proud of its resource efficiency design.

Millennial Resorts provides the leisure and hotel operations in Landco’s latest Leisure Tourism Estates in Batangas—the 15-hectare CaSoBē and the 24-hectare Club Laiya, both of which are LEED Registered. The goal with the EDGE and LEED registrations is to ensure the stewardship and sustainability of Batangas as one of the country’s prime tourist destinations.

Millennial Resorts owns and operates experiential resort accommodations Crusoe Cabins and Cocoons.

Aquaria at CaSoBe

Situated in CaSoBē, Crusoe Cabins are contemporary rooms constructed from upcycled container vans, refreshed with rustic and beachy exteriors that blend in with the relaxing coastline of Calatagan.

Cocoons, located at both CaSoBē and Club Laiya, are refurbished giant concrete pipes built as pod-like rooms for an intimate and cozy overnight stay. It is iconic for its vibrantly painted murals on its exterior, celebrating the diverse marine life of Calatagan and Laiya.

At Millennial Resorts, guests have the option to go paperless. Check-in and check-out, requests for housekeeping services and room service maybe be done through the hotel’s proprietary Milli App. Water reduction measures are also undertaken at Aquaria, a water park with a giant three-story pool slide at CaSoBē and Laiya Beach Club near Club Laiya.

Exciting new facilities will soon open such as Captain Barbozza restaurant and bar, Canopy and The Isle—venues for events; and Colony, a beachside co-working space.

Oh, and walking along pedestrian friendly tree-lined walkways and working up a sweat along the scenic bike lanes are the norm in these beachside properties, which means you can always put in some cardio exercises while you’re there.

Cocoons