Subic International Hotel

Rizal cor. Sta. Rita Road, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo, 2200, Philippines
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Sleep Well

by namiewa about Subic International Hotel

is one of the largest hotel ideally located at the heart of the Subic Freeport Zone --the Philippines' most promising investment area. For the well-travelled business executive, one can experience world-class amenities with the comfort of luxurious living as provided for by the hotel's efficient and dedicated staff. For those who just wanted a home away from home, Subic International Hotel is the next best place one can ever be. International Hotel is at the heart of Subic Freeport Zone. Imagine all the different opportunities you will experience, may it be business or adventure..The hotel boast of a wide range of guest rooms to suit the requirements of any weary traveller. Four world-class buildings namely Alpha, Bravoand Delta all with de-luxe air conditioned rooms where guest settle back at the end of the day-in style.

Subic International Hotel

by rich_celine about Hotel

Subic International Hotel is one of the largest hotel ideally located at the heart of the Subic Freeport Zone --the Philippines' most promising investment area. For the well-travelled business executive, one can experience world-class amenities with the comfort of luxurious living as provided for by the hotel's efficient and dedicated staff. For those who just wanted a home away from home, Subic International Hotel is the next best place one can ever be.

In Asia's newest leisure and investment zone, the bewitching magic of Subic Bay begins at Subic International Hotel where people who believe that time is money prefer to stay.

Hotel Address
Rizal cor. Sta. Rita Road, Subic Bay Freeport Zone Olongapo City 2200, Philippines

Accommodations
284 Deluxe Rooms and Suites.

Amenities and Services Rent a Car Baby Sitting (4 hours notice)

Business Center

E-mail and Internet

Cable TV with CNN, Star TV, ESPN, HBO

Currency Exchange

Courtesy Mini Refrigerator

Dental Services (by appointment)

IDD Telephone Systems (AT&T, MCI, Sprint)

Inter-Hotel Transport
Laundry and Valet

Lost and Found

Medical Clinic

Subic Classic (Lobby Shop)

Car Park

Postal, Parcel and Courier Services

Safety Deposit Boxes

Free Entrance to the Gym and Sauna

Free Entrance to the Swimming Pool

Free Entrance to the Casino Filipino Olongapo


Banquets and Conventions
For your trainings, seminars, conferences and social function needs our fuction rooms can accommodate from a minimum of 20 to a maximum of 300 persons. Function Room Details Accommodations

The Hotel boast of a wide range of guest rooms to suit the requirements of any weary traveller. Four world-class buildings namely ALPHA, BRAVO and DELTA all with de-luxe air conditioned rooms where guest settle back at the end of the day-in style.


Facilities

Business Center
The presence of a e-mail, internet, machines, computers and photocopiers at THE BUSINESS CENTER add to the efficiency of a personal secretary to provide fast and accurate secretarial services for the business executive whose business transactions need to be fast, responsive and agile at the Zone.

Health Club
Building CHARLIE houses the Health Club, a fully-equipped modern health sanctuary where indoors-inclined health buffs face a challenging performance at the mini gym. The massage-cum-beauty parlor completes the brief sojourn of every guest after a therapheutic massage. After a busy day, relax and let out our professionally trained masseuse take care of those tired muscles at the Hotel Health Club. Avail of their Hi-Tech exercise machines.

Videoke
Right beside the Health Club is the Videoke Club. For more fun to cap the day's excitement is the Videoke Club, designed exclusively to accommodate a gathering of at least 20 persons in any of its 12 soundproof private rooms. Sing your heart away with its wide selection of your favorite English, Filipino, Japanese,Korean and Mandarin ongs and melodies.


Golf Course
Join the golf afficionados in getting excited with the 18 hole championship golf course at Subic Bay Golf and Country Club where additional teeoff hazards can easily match all good things in life that are free.

Swimming Pool and Beaches
The crystal blue waters surround the area. Go swimming, scuba diving, wind surfing, jet-skiing & yatching. Seemingly, a rare marine wildlife awaits to be explored.

Shopping
Derive the ultimate pleasure in shopping at the various Duty Free shops.

Casino
East meets West with a difference at the Casino Filipino.

Experience all these and more at the Subic International Hotel!

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Forum Posts

Need Advise

by asiatime1

My friends have connected me with a lady from the area and this is my first visit.I travel the world and want a really nice hotel not really concerned about price.Which is the best in this area?

Re: Need Advise

by PinoyTraveler

gosh!

Re: Need Advise

by jrodelt

Not in Olongapo; but a short drive will do in Subic:

(a) White Rock
(b) Mountain Woods Resort Hotel
(c) Subic International Hotel
(d) Clun Morocco

Cheers!

Transportation

by ahchew

hi!
I would be arriving via Tiger Airways which would land in Manila (Clark) international airport, what are the ways in which I could make my way to Subic Bay? say maybe the subic internationaly hotel?

Thanks! please advise

RE: Transportation

by magic_jersey

hi!

there are taxi or car service from clark airport which you could arrange to transfer you to subic international hotel, just check with your agent or from the website, www.tigerairways.com, if you could book it ahead so you don't have to worry.

regards

RE: RE: Transportation

by asianbelle

Tiger Airways land at Clark Airbase (Macapagal Airport) which is 2 hours drive from Manila. An alternative to renting a car to Subic is to take the public transport, if alright with you. Make your way out of the airbase to the Victory Liner bus terminal. There are Olongapo-bound aircon buses (coming from Baguio City) and when you get to Olongapo, there are jeepneys that go inside Subic Base where Subic International Hotel is located.

RE: RE: Transportation

by ahchew

thanks so much for your reply!! i really appreciate it a great deal! so i guess there is no problem getting on the bus from Clark .. i dont have to go Manila?? Do you think it is necessary to book the bus in advance?

RE: RE: Transportation

by asianbelle

Dau terminal is just a stop over hence I doubt if you can book a ticket way in advance. At the most, you can buy your ticket at the counter upon arrival at the terminal. Or, they will ask you to pay when on board already.

Again, since it is just a brief stop, it's also possible that the bus is full. Either they ask you to wait for the next bus or you have to sit on the floor/aisle.

Availiable Hotels around Subic

by tektron

I will be in Subic Bay from 30 Oct. to 03 November. My wife & 2 sons (age 9 & 2) will be meeting me there. We need Hotel accomadations at a nice & safe hotel.
Are there any availiabilities during that time frame? And anyway I can make
reservation online and pay upon arrival??

Re: Availiable Hotels around Subic

by PinoyTraveler

try calling the legenda (subiclegend.com). though detached from the main building i particularly like their "garden suites" (just across the swimming pool and beside the church)!

cheaper is subic international hotel. go for rooms at 'Delta Building' which is across the big pool. the rooms are better than at Bravo or Alpha Building (main)

Re: Availiable Hotels around Subic

by Yla

Hi Tektron! You can check out the new boutique hotels that sprung up in the last 2 years along the Waterfront of Subic Bay. Here's one i tried - Subic Park Hotel (047-2522092) price starts at P1925. Very family friendly and has a small pool for the kids not to get bored. Prime location in the waterfront/marina too, great at night! Its 2 doors after well-known restobar Pier One. Free wifi service at the lobby and restaurant/pool area. Very friendly staff. (just reminded me to do a review :)

Have a great time!

-Yla

Travel Tips for Olongapo

gapo Mardi Gras.

by missmarianne

Gapo is having festivities of all sort. all set on the main street which is the magsaysay avenue. every night, especially tonight, big events like battle of the band, mardi gay (gay pageant), exhibits of stuff from different locations around Olongapo ..etc.. will be held. come and experience the fun on the busy streets (esp. the Magsaysay) along gapo.

Olongapo - Subic Bay Freeport Zone

by StefanosS

Subic bay got its name from the small Subic town at the northern part of the bay. Olongapo is the big city in the area and the big port. Both Subic and Olongapo belong to Zambales province.

The Subic Bay Freeport Zone was created nearby, when the big US naval base hosting the 7th fleet was evacuated. Actually SBFZ belongs to Bataan province but it is closely connected to Olongapo than to any of the Bataan cities.

Many people refer to SBFZ simply as "Subic", although Subic and Subic Bay Freeport Zone are different locations.

SBFZ is governed by SBMA (=Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority).

Subic Bay Freeport Zone is both a business and resort area. My short stay there and the rain did not allow me to see much of the nearby Olongapo city and the area. I have not to describe anything impressive.

According to the tourist guides:

Worry should have no place even among first-time visitors of SBFZ. Upon arrival at the Freeport, guests may opt to directly proceed to SBMA Tourism Department (Bldg. 662, Barryman corner Taft Street, Central Business District) or request one of over 50 Department of Tourism-trained guides at (63-47) 252-4123/ 4242.

Friendly SBMA policemen will also readily give you useful getting-around-directions or in getting a cab to take you to your intended destination.

"The Discovery of Subic & The Fiery Storms"

Nearly 86 years after Spain had established in September 1776 its main naval base in Manila Bay, the British took over the place, which prompted the Spanish military to scout for the next promising naval station. The expedition returned with the good news for the naval command - a natural bounty and deep waters at Subic Bay. King Alfonso II issued a decree in 1884 that declared Subic as "a naval port and the property appertaining thereto set aside for naval purposes". Construction of an arsenal and ship repair yard ensued March 8 the following year, as ordered by the new settlers' Naval Commission. Subic Bay's potential as naval station reached the land of Commodore George Dewey, that in 1898, he and his men engaged in a battle that destroyed the Spanish Army. The US banner was settled in Subic Bay in December 10, 1899.

In 1902, Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans, Commander of the Asiatic Stations, directed 200 Marines for an expeditionary force for the first US fleet exercise in Asian waters. Guns were erected on Grande Island and Admiral Evans laid plans for emergency repairs of the station at Subic Bay but was denied assistance by the US. Five years later, the US Congress finally appropriated funds for a full-scale Subic Bay Naval Reservation. Words from then President Theodore Roosevelt goes: "If we are to exert the slightest influence in Western Asia, it is of the highest importance that we have a naval station in Subic Bay."

US was drawn into the war in Europe; Filipinos and Americans worked together to prepare the battleships for World War I. As if that was not enough, workers at Subic Bay also overhauled 26 German ships, that had been used to transport thousands of American troops to Europe. Likewise, this period gave way for different developments: Olongapo had a taste of some of its best years; the base was lined with trees and plants, and several recreational facilities were constructed.

But the skies over the Bay were suddenly raining with stick bombs - the Japanese claimed Subic and Olongapo on January 10, 1942, days after the Pearl Harbor attack, bringing with them the devastation of World War II. Many Filipinos and Americans were killed, several buildings were destroyed, seven seaplanes were sunk, and lines of telephones and telegraphs were sabotaged.

The Marines were ordered to withdraw into Bataan then soon to Corregidor, burning all buildings left standing after the Japanese attack. Filipinos torched all the war's ruins in Olongapo. Filipinos have been subjected to the cruelty of the Japanese for three years, after which the American made a forceful rebound and reoccupied the base on January 29, 1945.

The Marine station underwent massive reconstruction and was again ready for naval endeavors on September 26, 1945. Shortly after the marines resumed their duties, the Tydings-McDuffie Law set provision for Philippine independence and was granted on July 4, 1946. Nonetheless, the US maintained that it would still retain the country's military bases. The Philippines, acknowledging its frailty in the Cold War, entered into the RP-US Military Bases Agreement on March 14, 1947. The US was granted the right to retain sixteen military bases and to administrate the town of Olongapo.

Several significant urbanization projects were orchestrated, but the most challenging was as gigantic as displacing half the part of a 1,200-foot mountain, that needed around 20 million man-hours, and required five years of labor - the exceptional air station and pier construction of the Seabees was the highlight of 1956 in Subic Bay. Another accomplishment at the height of the cold war was ammunition bunkers and buildings that occupied over 12,400 acres of the Southwestern part of Subic Bay. Set in the tropical rainforest, ammunition and ordinance from these facilities played a big role in the Vietnam War and in the Gulf War of 1991.

"A Change of Route Amidst Nature's Wrath"

Subic Bay was now on the rise of being one of the best training areas in the Corps. But with the US - Japan tension heating up, appropriations for operation and maintenance of the base fell short. Hawaii came in the scene; funding of the development of Pearl Harbor as US main station in the Pacific earned the thumbs up of the Congress. Subic took its ill fate - a promising harbor was left as a small repair station.

The original 1947 military pact between the Philippines and the US has been amended. The year 1979 witnessed a turning point for both countries - Philippines claimed a sovereign rule over the base and the US area of responsibility was reduced from 24,000 hectares to 6,300 hectares. What followed was a series of events that would change the course of Subic Bay forever. On June 15, 1991, volcanic ashes and debris rained over the base, devastating Subic Bay and neighboring provinces. Mt. Pinatubo's fury has left the navy and air force no option but to evacuate all their dependents.
When Pinatubo's rage came to a halt, and American and Filipino personnel restored the base, bringing it back to business in no time.

Uncertainty continued hovering the Philippine Senate with regard to the termination of the 1947 treaty. Months-long discussions were held; parliamentary proceedings were organized; and a pro-bases rally was staged, but to no avail. September 16, 1991 surfaced a conclusion - The US had to withdraw its forces and equipment from Clark and Subic, having received the rejection of 12 senators on the earlier proposed new treaty. The lowering of the Stars and Stripes followed suit. The Navy bid farewell to America's nine decades of military presence on Philippine soil.

Moving On Toward Greater Heights

Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) was born following Republic Act 7227 mandating Subic Bay Naval Base to be developed into a "self-sustaining commercial, industrial, financial, transshipment, and tourism center."

From the first SBMA chairman Richard J. Gordon to his successor Felicito Payumo, the Freeport has been a bustling hub for commerce ant tourism, thereby generating jobs and revenues from local and foreign investments.

The newly appointed SBMA Director Alfredo Antonio and Chairman Francisco Licuanan 2nd will "continue upon the good" of their predecessors' accomplishments and will entice even more multinational investors, yet assure domestic and foreign locators of a level playing field and continued support.

Olongapo City...Philippines

by LaFlaka

My husband Gary recently went to Olongapo city to do missions work with a group from church. To help the street kids medically and to help feed them....and so on. And also they helped build a church in the area. We will be posting the Pics soon "have to get more time" He went for 2 weeks, and enjoyed it very much. It was a great blessing for him to be able to go and see a whole new culture and ways of life. Cant wait to get started on these pages......

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