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These Cheap Subic Beach Resorts Are Perfect for Quick Weekend Getaways

Want a summer getaway on a tight budget? These resorts in Subic are your best bet!

By: Viktor Austria | March 04, 2019

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These hidden gems along Subic Bay are not to be overlooked by sun and seaside lovers.



The country is due for a change of season and it shows: days are longer, the weather is warmer, and we’re on the closing days of the cool monsoon winds. This can only mean one thing: it won’t be long before we’re all making a beeline to the beach.

We all have a clear idea of what the perfect beach vacation looks like. Take a weekend in Subic for example. Beach bums are already familiar with its hundreds of kilometers of pristine beach. But who can attest for the best and cheap Subic beach resorts? Which resort can give the perfect beach vacation this summer? Perhaps the following standouts on our list of cheap Subic beach resorts can give you a better idea!


1. Mangrove Resort Hotel

Where: Baloy Long Beach Road, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Zambales 2200
Price Range: PhP3,100 to PhP7,200/night



Subic

Nothing trumps a peaceful afternoon overlooking the Subic Bay on the balcony of Mangrove Resort Hotel.

Image: Mangrove Resort Hotel


Just a couple of hours from Metro Manila, Mangrove Resort Hotel boasts a waterfront location, offering its guests a stunning view of the sun rising or dipping along the horizon. Whether you’re booking as a family, as a couple, or even solo, the resort’s wide array of 12 room types ensures that there is a perfect room for you. All of its 42 well-lit, fully air-conditioned rooms have their own private bathroom with hot and cold showers, minibar and fridge, flat-screen TV with cable, high-speed WiFi, and of course, a stunning harbor view.




The hotel also has its own outdoor pool, if you want to wade in the water without venturing too far. Nearby attractions like the Barretto Beach, Sierra Beach, and the famous Inflatable Island Philippines, which are just a couple of kilometers away, make the Mangrove Resort Hotel a prime location.


2. By The Sea Resort Hotel

Where: #99 National Highway, Olongapo City, Zambales 2200
Price Range: PhP2,500 to PhP10,000/night



beach

Wake up to this magnificent view every morning you stay at By The Sea Resort Hotel.

Image: By The Sea Resort Hotel


The sought-after By The Sea Resort doesn’t spare anything to give the best to its guests. Fronting the azure beaches of Subic, this humble yet luxurious resort is home to 35 well-appointed rooms that have everything you usually look for in a premium space. They also have their own private beach, spa and massage facilities, billiards, among other amenities. You can also feast on the Mongolian barbecue buffer at the on-site resto, Island Restaurant.

If you’re coming with friends and family, your lot is invited to try their jet skis, banana boats, disco balls, hoverboards, fly boards, parasail, and bandwagon as part of their water sports activities. But if you’re coming with a more formal agenda, their meeting and banquet rooms are ready to serve host to your business events.




3. Subiza Beach Resort

Where: #13 Baloy Long Beach, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Zambales 2200
Price Range: PhP2,950 to PhP6,350/night



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Swim on the beach or swim in the pool; the luxury of choice is yours at Subiza Beach Resort.

Image: Subiza Beach Resort website


Since 2002, Subiza Beach Resort has remained steadfast in its belief that convenience and luxury can come at an affordable price. With its prime position along Subic’s shoreline, it gives you every opportunity to settle and relax. The resort’s economical price range might mislead you from the fact that all of its 50 rooms are masterfully furnished and have premium amenities: LED TVs, en suite bathrooms, hot and cold showers, and semi-private balconies, to name a few.

They also have an on-site restaurant that serves local and international cuisines. If that isn’t enough, you can also sip your drink at their lounge bar, or travel to the nearby Midnight Rambler Bar or Mango’s Beach Bar & Restaurant for a night of entertainment. The place has its own outdoor pool and children’s pool.


4. Mango’s Beachfront Resort

Where: 116A National Highway, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Zambales 2200
Price Range: PhP1,500 to PhP4,500/night



resorts

The splendid stretch of beach along Mango’s Beachfront Resort plays host to various watersports activities, perfect for a sunny weekend.

Image: Mango’s Resort Subic Bay


Only a few places can keep up with Subic’s ever-thriving resort business, and Mango’s Beachfront Resort succeeds in doing so by keeping all the known luxuries within a tight budget. The 3-star boutique hotel only has 15 rooms, but each one of them is well-kept and well-equipped with all the conveniences that remind you of home. All the rooms are air-conditioned and have minibars, Smart TVs, hot and cold showers, and free high-speed Wi-Fi. They also have 24-hour room service, but that’s only when you don’t feel like eating out. When you do want to go out, you are invited to their 24-hour beach bar and restaurant or their on-site nightclub, the Engine Room Bar.




They know what’s best for your beach vacation, that’s why they house a certified PADI Dive Center and rent out watersports equipment, boats, and gears for diving and snorkeling.


Want to make a Subic trip itinerary? Visit Yoorekka to find out the best dining spots and places to visit in the area!


5. Blue Rock Resort

Where: Baloy Long Beach, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Zambales 2200
Price Range: PhP1,800 to PhP4,900/night



places to go in Subic

Imagine lounging in Blue Rock Resort with such a relaxing sight of Subic Bay on the horizon.

Image: Blue Rock Resort Website


A mere minute away from the spectacle of Subic Bay, Blue Rock Resort offers an unparalleled experience to its guests in terms of service and amenities. The resort has two floors and 45 rooms, all of which are presented with a view of the beautiful beachfront. Aside from this, they are also all equipped with air-conditioning, cabled flat-screen TV, private bathroom, a personal safety box, and free Wi-Fi. The resort also has a 24-hour front desk and gift shop service, as well as car and bikes for hire. Guests can enjoy the restaurant or bar within the property or the seasonal floating bar for a fun night out.

But the charm of the place is its utmost convenience. Within a quick drive from Blue Rock Resort are Subic’s most famous attractions, namely Ocean Adventure, Zoobic Safari, Inflatable Island, and Harbour Point Shopping Mall. Of course, its best and closest asset remains the beautiful beaches along Subic Bay, your escape route if only for a weekend.




Subic is never short of cheap but otherwise spectacular choices for accommodation. It all boils down to the date of choice. The beaches in Subic certainly aren’t going anywhere; the only question is when are you?

cheap Subic beach resorts

These hidden gems along Subic Bay are not to be overlooked by sun and seaside lovers.



The country is due for a change of season and it shows: days are longer, the weather is warmer, and we’re on the closing days of the cool monsoon winds. This can only mean one thing: it won’t be long before we’re all making a beeline to the beach.

We all have a clear idea of what the perfect beach vacation looks like. Take a weekend in Subic for example. Beach bums are already familiar with its hundreds of kilometers of pristine beach. But who can attest for the best and cheap Subic beach resorts? Which resort can give the perfect beach vacation this summer? Perhaps the following standouts on our list of cheap Subic beach resorts can give you a better idea!


1. Mangrove Resort Hotel

Where: Baloy Long Beach Road, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Zambales 2200
Price Range: PhP3,100 to PhP7,200/night



Subic

Nothing trumps a peaceful afternoon overlooking the Subic Bay on the balcony of Mangrove Resort Hotel.

Image: Mangrove Resort Hotel


Just a couple of hours from Metro Manila, Mangrove Resort Hotel boasts a waterfront location, offering its guests a stunning view of the sun rising or dipping along the horizon. Whether you’re booking as a family, as a couple, or even solo, the resort’s wide array of 12 room types ensures that there is a perfect room for you. All of its 42 well-lit, fully air-conditioned rooms have their own private bathroom with hot and cold showers, minibar and fridge, flat-screen TV with cable, high-speed WiFi, and of course, a stunning harbor view.




The hotel also has its own outdoor pool, if you want to wade in the water without venturing too far. Nearby attractions like the Barretto Beach, Sierra Beach, and the famous Inflatable Island Philippines, which are just a couple of kilometers away, make the Mangrove Resort Hotel a prime location.


2. By The Sea Resort Hotel

Where: #99 National Highway, Olongapo City, Zambales 2200
Price Range: PhP2,500 to PhP10,000/night



beach

Wake up to this magnificent view every morning you stay at By The Sea Resort Hotel.

Image: By The Sea Resort Hotel


The sought-after By The Sea Resort doesn’t spare anything to give the best to its guests. Fronting the azure beaches of Subic, this humble yet luxurious resort is home to 35 well-appointed rooms that have everything you usually look for in a premium space. They also have their own private beach, spa and massage facilities, billiards, among other amenities. You can also feast on the Mongolian barbecue buffer at the on-site resto, Island Restaurant.

If you’re coming with friends and family, your lot is invited to try their jet skis, banana boats, disco balls, hoverboards, fly boards, parasail, and bandwagon as part of their water sports activities. But if you’re coming with a more formal agenda, their meeting and banquet rooms are ready to serve host to your business events.




3. Subiza Beach Resort

Where: #13 Baloy Long Beach, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Zambales 2200
Price Range: PhP2,950 to PhP6,350/night



tourist spots

Swim on the beach or swim in the pool; the luxury of choice is yours at Subiza Beach Resort.

Image: Subiza Beach Resort website


Since 2002, Subiza Beach Resort has remained steadfast in its belief that convenience and luxury can come at an affordable price. With its prime position along Subic’s shoreline, it gives you every opportunity to settle and relax. The resort’s economical price range might mislead you from the fact that all of its 50 rooms are masterfully furnished and have premium amenities: LED TVs, en suite bathrooms, hot and cold showers, and semi-private balconies, to name a few.

They also have an on-site restaurant that serves local and international cuisines. If that isn’t enough, you can also sip your drink at their lounge bar, or travel to the nearby Midnight Rambler Bar or Mango’s Beach Bar & Restaurant for a night of entertainment. The place has its own outdoor pool and children’s pool.


4. Mango’s Beachfront Resort

Where: 116A National Highway, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Zambales 2200
Price Range: PhP1,500 to PhP4,500/night



resorts

The splendid stretch of beach along Mango’s Beachfront Resort plays host to various watersports activities, perfect for a sunny weekend.

Image: Mango’s Resort Subic Bay


Only a few places can keep up with Subic’s ever-thriving resort business, and Mango’s Beachfront Resort succeeds in doing so by keeping all the known luxuries within a tight budget. The 3-star boutique hotel only has 15 rooms, but each one of them is well-kept and well-equipped with all the conveniences that remind you of home. All the rooms are air-conditioned and have minibars, Smart TVs, hot and cold showers, and free high-speed Wi-Fi. They also have 24-hour room service, but that’s only when you don’t feel like eating out. When you do want to go out, you are invited to their 24-hour beach bar and restaurant or their on-site nightclub, the Engine Room Bar.




They know what’s best for your beach vacation, that’s why they house a certified PADI Dive Center and rent out watersports equipment, boats, and gears for diving and snorkeling.


Want to make a Subic trip itinerary? Visit Yoorekka to find out the best dining spots and places to visit in the area!


5. Blue Rock Resort

Where: Baloy Long Beach, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Zambales 2200
Price Range: PhP1,800 to PhP4,900/night



places to go in Subic

Imagine lounging in Blue Rock Resort with such a relaxing sight of Subic Bay on the horizon.

Image: Blue Rock Resort Website


A mere minute away from the spectacle of Subic Bay, Blue Rock Resort offers an unparalleled experience to its guests in terms of service and amenities. The resort has two floors and 45 rooms, all of which are presented with a view of the beautiful beachfront. Aside from this, they are also all equipped with air-conditioning, cabled flat-screen TV, private bathroom, a personal safety box, and free Wi-Fi. The resort also has a 24-hour front desk and gift shop service, as well as car and bikes for hire. Guests can enjoy the restaurant or bar within the property or the seasonal floating bar for a fun night out.

But the charm of the place is its utmost convenience. Within a quick drive from Blue Rock Resort are Subic’s most famous attractions, namely Ocean Adventure, Zoobic Safari, Inflatable Island, and Harbour Point Shopping Mall. Of course, its best and closest asset remains the beautiful beaches along Subic Bay, your escape route if only for a weekend.




Subic is never short of cheap but otherwise spectacular choices for accommodation. It all boils down to the date of choice. The beaches in Subic certainly aren’t going anywhere; the only question is when are you?

author

Viktor would love to receive an extra hour a day as a Christmas gift. That way, he won’t have to struggle over splitting his 24 hours among making brand copies and campaigns, writing children’s stories, going to the gym, commuting around Taguig, and feeding his two overweight cats. He hates the hustle culture, that’s why he’s thankful for friends who have time to spare on weekends, preferably over spicy ramen and cold bottles of beer.

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