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Ixtapa Suites: Main Suite Rooms at the Clubhouse

Pueblo La Por Playa basically has two types of accomodations, the Huatulco Villas, which are a 2 to 3 bedroom villas with their own living room, dining room and in some units, facing the beach and have a mexican aztec designs, the costs per night is 7,500 pesos for the villa if you are a guest of a member and add 12% more if not. The other type of accomodations are the Ixtapa Suites, which are large suite type rooms with verandahs and some are facing the beach. each Ixtapa Suite has a different aztec/mexican design and some have 2 bedrooms and some have a single bedroom,.

price for a single room Ixtapa Suite is 5,500 pesos and for a 2 bedroom suite is at 6,500 pesos and again, add 12% surcharge if you are not a guest of a member of the club.

check in is 3:00 pm and check out is 12:00 pm the next day with complimentary breakfast

the rooms here are large and roomy, the beds are king size beds and the bathroom is an outdoor type with high walls and a large bath tub (see my video).

according to their website:

The Elements of Luxury amidst Serenity
Prepare to be embraced by the plush interiors of our suites!
Pueblo por la Playa offers luxurious rooms in two locations:.The Huatulco Villas facing the beach, andthe Ixtapa Suites overlooking the Infinity Pools.Each suite is designed eith your comfort, relaxation and privacy in mind. The vivid colors complement the elegant furnishings and spectacular vistas.In addition, Pueblo por la Playa is pleased to offer:Complimentary breakfast for twoRoom service til 10pmFull service pool deck with pool attendants ready to provide food, beverages, towel and umbrella service

Ten luxurious Fully Air-conditioned Suites with eight overlooking the infinity pools.
Each unit offers the comfort and convenience of:
A Spacious, well-appointed living room with Mini Refrigerator,32” LCD T591V (HDMI and USB connectors), Vault, Intercom,and iPod Docking StationA Large Bedroom with King/Queen-sized restopedic beds,Walk-in Closets and VanityA Family-sized Bathroom with Bathtub, Enclosed Showerand Toilet with BidetA Patio with a Hammock built for two.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Beaches, Spa and Resort, Food and Dining
  • Written April 5, 2013
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Budget Accomodation: Silangang Nayon

This is a reasonably priced accommodation in Pagbilao especially for those who are planning to explore Puting Buhangin, Kwebang Lampas, Tulay Buhangin, Grande Island and other nearby islands in Pagbilao and Padre Burgos, Quezon. We paid P4,500 for the room/breakfast for 8 pax and added P500 for the extra person.

They have an interesting restaurant and the sunrise is worth waking up early for. :)

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Diving and Snorkeling, Road Trip
  • Written February 11, 2013
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Silangang Nayon: Rooms On A Cliff Overlooking Pagbilao Bay

Aside from good food, Silangang Nayon Park & Restaurant also provides rooms for tourists at the following rates:

Room for 4 pax with free breakfast for 2: P2,500/day
Room for 8 pax with free breakfast for 8: P4,500/day

I read good reviews about the accommodation at Silangang Nayon, but unfortunately, we couldn't be accommodated on the dates that we wanted. Therefore, I can't give first hand review of their place and services.

The apartment-like building stands on the cliffside, offering a spectacular view of Pagbilao Bay, Pagbilao Grande & Patayan island. It is just walking distance to the main restaurant and nipa huts, as well as the mini-zoo, ostrich farm and park.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Road Trip, Eco-Tourism, Family Travel
  • Written June 24, 2010
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Rooms For Tourists @ Silangang Nayon

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Pueblo Por La Playa: A Taste of Luxury in Pagbilao

Nestled in the cove of rustic Pagbilao is Pueblo Por La Playa, a 12.5-hectare Mexican-inspired residential resort and country club. Staying there is like having a vacation in a resort in another country. I recommend Pueblo Por La Playa to those who do not like to camp in the island, but would like a comfortable, luxurious accommodation after their tiring island hopping/nature tripping/photo shoot on a hot, humid day.

Unfortunately, Pueblo Por La Playa is exclusively for members and member-sponsored guests. If you don't have member sponsorship, you may contact their Marketing Office (hubby talked with Ms. Eunice) and signify your interest to stay there. They have the prerogative to accept or deny your request for accommodation. And when they finally give you the go signal, you must be willing to pay a premium of 12% more than the regular rates. They offer a wide range of accommodation, from: beautiful duplex villas to presidential suites with either pool side view or residential view. The only available accommodation at the time we arrived was a presidential suite with residential view. We got it. We were ready to get whatever was available because we really loved the place.

To give you an idea of room accomodation:*

Duplex Villa: P3,000 Mon-Thurs; P3,500 Fri-Sun
Presidential Suite w/ residential view: P5,000 Mon-Thurs; P5,500 Fri-Sun
Presidential Suite w/ pool side view: P6,000 Mon-Thurs; P6,500 Fri-Sun

*Overnight rates + complimentary breakfast for 2
+12% for non-members
Maximum 4 persons; in excess of 4, add P500/pax
Subject to change without prior notice

We got a presidential suite. Near it is a view deck with an awesome view of the blue sky, azure sea and white beach. Yes, aside from the beautiful Mexican houses and suites, Pueblo Por La Playa boasts of a white sand beach, clean and clear blue to emerald green waters, infinity swimming pools, beautiful gardens, lush flora, and a mangrove reserve. Patayan Island and Pagbilao Grande with an outline of Pagbilao Power Plant can also be clearly seen.

Guests' cars are left in the parking space near the main entrance, but the 24-hour security gives guests peace of mind. It provides shuttle service from the parking lot to guests' villas/suites, and around the area which they'd like to explore.

Bringing of food and beverage into the resort/country club is strictly prohibited, so be prepared to have your bags (even the small ones) inspected by the security guard. Small bottled water is allowed though.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Family Travel, Beaches
  • Written June 23, 2010
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QNAS Hostel: Budget Accommodation

If you travel with an eye on your budget, you can do well to stay here. The accommodation is being managed by the Quezon National Agricultural School BSHRM students and staff. They have airconditioned rooms at P300/pax/night and a 3-bedroom house with kitchen at 4500/night. They also do catering for any occasion you'll just have to talk to them about your budget :)

You'll have to call ahead to check availability because the rooms are usually booked by groups.

It is adjacent to the Quezon National Park.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Road Trip, Hiking and Walking, Budget Travel
  • Written April 27, 2006
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