About Astoria Vacation and Leisure Club, Inc. (AVLCI)

Your gateway to the rest of the world

Astoria Vacation and Leisure Club, Inc. (AVLCI) is the largest and leading holiday ownership in the country. We have been a duly-registered entity at the Securities and Exchange Commission since 2005 and a proud affiliate of Resorts Condominiums International (RCI), the world’s largest vacation exchange network.

An AVLCI membership will allow you to discover the Philippines through our properties in Ortigas, Makati, Boracay, Palawan, and Bohol with member-exclusive benefits, discounts, and promos. Being a recipient of RCI’s Gold Crown and President’s Club Award, AVLCI will enable you to explore the world through over 4,300 first-class hotels and resorts in prime destinations of more than 110 countries across the globe.

As part of the Astoria brand, you may expect service delivered with the warmest Filipino hospitality.
We are ready to make your next getaway the best one yet!

With the world all yours to experience, an AVLCI membership is exactly what you’ll need to finally own your dream vacation.


  • Astoria Plaza opened its doors in the Ortigas Business District.


  • Astoria Boracay started accommodating guests in Station 1, Boracay.


  • Astoria Bohol was launched in Baclayon.


  • Chardonnay by Astoria started accepting events in the Ortigas Business District.


  • Astoria Palawan opened its doors in Puerto Princesa.

  • Minami Saki by Astoria was established in the Ortigas Business District.


  • Astoria Greenbelt was added to the portfolio in the Makati Business District.

  • Astoria Current was introduced in Station 3, Boracay.


  • Palawan Waterpark by Astoria began making waves in Puerto Princesa.

  • Mangrove Conference and Convention Center was launched in Puerto Princesa.


  • Stellar Pansol was introduced in Laguna.


  • Stellar Potter's Ridge opened its doors in Metro Tagaytay.

  • Astoria Bohol Annex was added to the portfolio in Baclayon.


  • Palawan Waterpark Inflata-Fun started operations in Puerto Princesa.