- Reviews: 227
HOtels near Treetop Adventure
Trying to get an accommodation when you go to the treetop adventure (well if you try other places in subic like the zoo safari you needed some accommodation)
is a lot easier here......
because there are many hotels within the vicinity........that you can get....
- Reviews: 3
Subic Majestic Hotel: Ideal Budget Hotel
An ideal budget hotel located within the Central Business District of SBMA. The hotel is walking distance to duty-free shops, restaurants, sports area and the SBMA tourism board.
The hotel has a total 76 spacious rooms equipped with airconditioning, cable tv, hot and cold shower and personal refrigerator.
single/twin room - P 1800/night
group rooms(4pax) - P 2500/night
deluxe room(4 pax) - P3000/night
check-in time: 2:00pm
check-out time: 12:00nn
- Reviews: 80
Subic Homes: It's A Whole New Lifestyle
This is a good accommodation when you're in Subic. A very peaceful and safe place to stay in. It's like your home away from home.
It's best to make reservations in advance by giving them a cal and doing an advance payment via bank transfer since most of the time they are fully booked. Since they have limited no. of houses for rent, other houses are owned.
Checj in time is 2PM. Check out is 2PM.
You ahve your own kitchen. Living room. very spacious rooms. swimming pool that is free of use. basketball, and other recreation courts also free of use. Aircon. You can chose from 2-4 beadrooms per unit. It's like a village/subdivision.
You will be needign a transportation to bring you around Subic.
- Reviews: 2
Boardwalk Inn and Restaurant: Probably Subic's Most Affordable Lodging
(This is my second time to write about Boardwalk Inn...the first one got erased...again...sigh) So again...the place isn't so bad, considering that it's quite cheap. It's old, but the room is big and neat and clean, with all the basic amenities such as a working a/c, ref, tv with cable, and hot and cold shower. The location is good, too, right across the beach and the strip of restaurants and bars. It's a one-storey building, with all the rooms facing a "garden" in the middle...no flowers, though, just brown grass and dry earth. Place is perfect for those who just need a decent place to stay in while saving the rest of their dough on other Subic adventures.
Cheap. Nice location. Complete and functioning basic amenities. Don't expect 5-star accommodations, please.
- Reviews: 21
Johan's Beach Resort: A cheap and decent place to stay
We stayed at Johan's for a weekend with our 2 children and yaya. The room was clean and adequate, though it smelled of fresh paint. We had a tv and dvd player and 2 queen size beds for less than P 2,000. The atmosphere of the restaurant/bar is nice and the food is pretty good (but not the pizza! yuk!). There is a Belgian bakery on the premises with lots of delicious stuff.
The beach area in front of the hotel was nice and clean (unlike the rest of the beach), the dive shop and divemaster were better than average, though quite pricey compared to others in the Phils.
They have massage/pedicure/manicure services. There was a jacuzzi but not in operation.
- Reviews: 214
Grande Island Resort: Asian Cool Guesthouse
The place is relaxing the guestroom is cool it is big and in front of the ocean. Well, there are other room which not infront but still cool though for sure. The room had 2 bed with king size, good toilet and shower room with hot and cold water of course. Big tv at the room, with this safety deposit boxes. The room is fully equipped.
A Cool place to relax, fresh air, good facilities, friendly worker who always smile at you and you dont need to asked them to take a picture of you and your friends. Coz they are always ready for it (might be part of their job) thats great!.
- Reviews: 2
By The Sea Resort: Rigid Booking Rule
Actually I'm planning for by trip and leaving for PH this 01 April2006. However I noticed this resort, which is mid-high end insisting me to deposit the full payment due to Holy Week celebration although they accept Credit Card normally.
Why this standard. THis is making overseas traveller like myself difficult to book and plan my holidays.
So I decided either to try my luck and walk in on that day or to skip the resort altogether as the staff is not so helpful in my booking with this rigid rules.
I really dont mind spending more on better hotels in Subic if i really need to...
Anyone has similar experience with this resort, or whether they tried walking in without booking in this resort, pls drop me an email or comment?
- Reviews: 487
Accommodation at the Subic Freeport
Subic's accommodation is distinctly up market, catering to wealthy locals, visiting businessmen and Asian tourist. The newly completed Subic Legenda has now joined Subic International, Subic Bay Hotel and Crown Peak Gardens. Expect 5 star luxuries and be prepared to pay at 2,000 pesos above.... or beach cottage...
They also have a condominium type accommodation or rented houses for you in Forrest Hill, Binictican and Cubi Point. They had rooms with bathroom and all air-conditioned for you to rent just go to information building inside SBMA for more information.
- Reviews: 15
Subic International Hotel: When in Subic...Stay herrrre!!!
It's cool.. we chill alot here after we arrive from a 2-3 hour trip from Manila..
airconditoning are centralized
traditional keys still in use
nice abaca slippers
the two buildings are situated in one place, while the other two are just nearby..
- Reviews: 2
Grande Island: Gande Island Worst Price Accomodation
People are nice but which is understandable we are Filipinos afterall but the service is just ok.A price of P2,200 per person is such a crazy package for such a rund down place.Grasses unkempt, flies and mosquitoes abound, dirty surroundings even if its a forest I don't think it should be like that. The proximity of pond and pool is just crazy.Food service is a mockery. its not even that good tasting.Dont be fooled on what you see in their website coz its not what it is.Although airsoft is a good provider of a jungle war game but hey I don't think a jungle should really be having plastics lying around and grasses as tall as the man who escorted us, trails are not clear.Ocean water is itchy.Rooms are untidy, I don't think they change linens. For P2,200 per person a night I dont think I will be coming back. It is such a sorry state from the last time I was there.Maybe the developers should have maintained it like the way it was under the Americans.
None.Maybe except the views since it is an island but I dont find it nice looking over the Hanjin plant.
- Reviews: 2
Lodge and restaurant: The getaway
Had the best holiday with my mate here in baloy beach. stayed at the getaway last week. Its absolute beach front. the rooms are brand new with aircon, cable tv, hot shower. very nice aussie owners. great food and nice locals. all in all it was a great trip and would definately recommend staying there. prices are reasonable. about 1000 pesos a night and there are a lot of different bars and restaurants near by.
absolute beach front
- Reviews: 2
The Getaway: Lodge and restaurant
We stayed at The Getaway for 1 week. I have to say it is the nicest little place on the beach. very friendly aussie couple own it. Great food, nice simple rooms with cable tv, hot showers, aircon, and right on the beach. only 1000 pesos a night. and its close to all the other bars and restaurants along the beach.
Absolute beach front
- Reviews: 38
The Barracks: Accommodation for a Big Group
We stayed here during a field trip & it was more than 10 years ago (1997). i am not even sure whether it is still in Subic or does SBMA still rent these out. What i remember was, there were so many of us in a Barracks, we shared showers/bathrooms, & we were like soldiers in the movies. It was really fun.
It was so fun to sleep with all your frineds in one room (that is if you could sleep at all). I felt like i have about 20 siblings & we were sleeping in a very huge bedroom.
- Reviews: 4
Grande Island Subic: Exaggerated advertisement
We stayed there last weekend. Based from their website and sales team, it looks like the place was perfect but little did we know that it was a rip off!
The rooms were okay, it was spacious enough but some phone lines are not working. We reported it to the front desk but up to the moment we left, it was never fixed.
The beach is ok, but very rocky. So better wear your aqua shoes to avoid the risk of having cuts.
The pool is ok.
The billiards location is ok but there are only 2 tables and the other table is missing the cue stick so it is useless!
The staffs were ok. Friendly and courteous enough.
The grasses are tall. They need to be trimmed down.
The obstacle course area / volleyball area are too small compared to what the pictures in their website show.
The advertised water facilities are not functioning! Only the banana boat and the speed zone (which was not advertised btw) are working. Their sales team did not mention this to us during pre-sales stage.
The plated foods are not ok. They taste bad.
The water served in the glass tastes bad - and the glasses they have used were too dirty! Seems like they were not used for ages!
The darts location is off. No room for spectators or anyone who wants to sit down.
The food/water prices are sky high. 33 pesos for a 330 ml of water (you can normally buy it at 8 pesos in the grocery) and 54 pesos for an 8oz of soda.
Overall, it did not met our expectations.
It's on an island. You have to take a ferry to get there.
- Reviews: 203
CLUB MOROCCO: CLUB MOROCCO
Club Morocco is a resort/residential estate constructed in Mediterranean style. Back in 2002, the road going to the place was rough and dusty (I hope that has changed) but once you arrive, it's a different scene altogether.
They have several villas, well-designed, well-furnished. The pool is really nice, and there are other amenities like basketball court, tennis court, billiards, bowling, gym, spa, and a playground. When we were there, we did not eat at their restaurant at all, but looked for places to eat in the surrounding areas.
Be warned that the beach is not really good for swimming. We never checked it out when we were there...
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