Banyan Tree to Open Its First Resort in the PH in 2026

PH's First Banyan Tree Resort to Open in 2026 at the Hann Reserve

Banyan Tree, one of Asia’s leading hospitality brands, is opening its first resort in the Philippines, aimed at becoming the ultimate luxurious sanctuary for weary travellers in the North.

In partnership with Hann Resorts, the new Banyan Tree resort will launch in 2026 and will be located within the integrated luxury golf development Hann Reserve at New Clark City in Tarlac.

Spanning 450 hectares, the Hann Reserve project will feature three 18-hole championship golf courses, a ten-hectare public park, premium villas and residences, clubhouses, and an array of luxury resorts.

Banyan Tree New Clark City Groundbreaking Ceremony
Photo by Website/Banyan Tree Group

Meanwhile, the soon-to-open Banyan Tree resorts will house spacious 106-sqm villas, offering sun decks, a tropical garden spa, 50 high-end pool villas, and alfresco relaxation areas, all designed with the brand’s nature-integrated style in mind.

Aside from these, there will also be a Banyan Tree Gallery market, which will offer local and handmade crafts and products. There will also be various event spaces, plus a roster of dining options, including the brand’s Thai restaurant, Saffron.

The property also boasts a majestic location, being near some of the most breathtaking views in Pampanga and Tarlac, including Mt. Arayat and Mt. Pinatubo.

“Together with our partners Hann Resorts and Accor, we are committed to creating a world-class integrated resort that offers a blend of luxury and play to cater to the diverse needs of domestic and international travelers and promises to put New Clark City on the map as the region’s preeminent golfing destination,” Eddy See, CEO of Banyan Tree Group, said in a press release.

To learn more about Banyan Tree New Clark City, go here.

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