KVN Resort & Restaurant

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KVN Resort & Restaurant is more popularly known as “KEVIN’S Mamarlao”. Located at Brgy. Mamarlao San Carlos City, Pangasinan. This is where you can hangout with your family, friends, office mates to have swimming, and celebrate Wedding Reception, Birthday/Debut, Christening, and Other Occasions you wanted to celebrate. The resort has Swimming pools for adults and children’s pool perfect place to go in the summer with your family. They also have Nipa Huts for those who avail of the resort’s day use of the swimming pool.

Contact Details

Location:Mamarlao, San Carlos City, Pangasinan
Phone: 075-532-4951 / 075-532-3635
Mobile: 0946.940.4317

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Rates

Entrance Fee:

  • Adults – Php 100/pax
  • Kids – Php 60/pax

Cottages:

  • Shed – Php 250/day
  • Nipa Huts – php 300/day

Room Facilities:

  • A/C, TV with cable
  • hot and cold shower
  • complimentary soap & shampoo
  • tissue and towels

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Children’s Pool (3ft deep).

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Swimming pools for adults (4 – 6ft deep)

How To Get To KVN Resort & Restaurant?

  • If you are from San Carlos City:

  • 1. Get a tricycle and tell that you would be going to KVN Resort and Restaurant. However, it would be better to tell him to bring you to Kevin’s Mamarlao (since they have 3 branches).

  • If you are from Calasiao:

  • 1. Board a jeepney bounded to San Carlos City. Tell the driver that your destination is at CSI San Carlos.
    2. Get a tricycle and tell that you would be going to KVN Resort and Restaurant. However, it would be better to tell him to bring you to Kevin’s Mamarlao (since they have 3 branches).

  • If your starting point is from Dagupan:

  • 1.Board a jeepney bounded to San Carlos City at AB Fernandez Avenue. (Jeepney will pass through Brgy. Malued). Tell the driver that your destination is at CSI San Carlos.
    2. Get a tricycle and tell that you would be going to KVN Resort and Restaurant. However, it would be better to tell him to bring you to Kevin’s Mamarlao (since they have 3 branches).

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