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5 Family-Friendly Hotels in Subic That Will Make Summer Remarkable

Still splurging on a far-flung family vacation? For just two hours, you can get away to Subic Bay!

By: Viktor Austria | March 11, 2020

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Hotels in Subic

Whether it’s water adventures or bayside bumming, these hotels offer the perfect spots!

Image: Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark Facebook Page

Subic Bay has always been a favorite weekend destination for families. Since being converted from a former US military base, Subic now offers an array of world-class entertainment sites, natural sanctuaries, and luxurious hotels. And the best part: it’s just a couple of hours away from Metro Manila!

If you’re a first-time tourist to this freeport zone, choosing a private nook for your family can be overwhelming because of all the ideal hotels in Subic. Luckily, this list has done the work. Check out a few of the best hotels in Subic that the whole family will surely fall for!


1. Mansion Garden Hotel

Location: Dewey Avenue corner Bonifacio Street, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Zambales
Estimated Travel Time: From Manila: 2-2.5 hours via commute; 1.5-2 hours via private car
Rates:
Standard Room for two - PhP3,150
Twin Standard Room for two - PhP3,570
Standard Deluxe Room for two - PhP3,570
PWD Standard Deluxe Twin for two - PhP5,355
Double Deluxe Room for four - PhP6,300
Apartelle for two - PhP6,930
King Suite Room for two - PhP6,930
Loft Room for two - PhP10,935
Two Bedroom Suite for four - PhP13,860
Presidential Suite for two - PhP17,325


Subic

Mansion Garden Hotel also provides special lodging for differently-abled guests.

Image: Mansion Garden Hotel Facebook Page

One of the most sought-after accommodations in Subic Bay, Mansion Garden Hotel’s crisp and clean lodging is perfect for large groups. For your family vacation, look at their Double Deluxe Room. Aside from a generous floor space, you also get two well-appointed rooms with their own double size beds, a private veranda boasting a beachfront view, two LED televisions, and a modern en suite bathroom with a rain head shower. Or you can upgrade to the Two-Bedroom Suite to enjoy two queen size beds, two baths, and your own well-equipped kitchenette. All their rooms come with free and fast Wi-Fi too!


Guests also get a complimentary Filipino breakfast buffet at the spacious Mansion Garden Café. But if you fancy a more local favorite, the Mansion Garden Hotel is just a stone’s throw from Subic’s famous Meat Plus Restaurant. It’s also near duty-free shops, Subic’s luxurious wharves, and a charming pier view along Waterfront Road.

Tip: They also offer affordable event packages when you book their banquet facilities for parties, wedding receptions, and debuts.

How to get to Mansion Garden Hotel:
Via commute: From Manila, ride a Victory Liner bus going to Olongapo via SCTEX from terminals in Pasay, Cubao, and Caloocan. From Clark Airport, ride a jeepney to the Main Entrance of the Clark Freeport Zone, then another jeepney bound for Dau-Mabalacat Bus Terminal. From there, ride a Victory Liner bus going to Olongapo. From the bus terminal in Olongapo, you can either take a yellow jeepney going to the Main Gate then walk, or take a taxi going straight to Mansion Garden Hotel since public transport is not allowed inside Subic Bay Freeport Zone.



Via private car: From Manila, enter NLEX and drive until you reach the exit to SCTEX. Keep left and exit through SBMA Tollway, then drive straight until you reach Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Once you reach the intersection, turn right to Rizal Highway, then turn left to Manila Avenue. Turn left to Dewey Avenue, left to Aguinaldo Street, right to Quezon Street, then right again to Bonifacio Street. Mansion Garden Hotel should be on your right.


2. Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel

Location: Lot MC-9 Waterfront Road, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Zambales
Estimated Travel Time: from Manila: 2-2.5 hours via commute; 1.5-2 hours via private car
Rates:
Premium Queen/Twin Room for four - PhP3,400
Premium King Room for three - PhP4,280
Deluxe Queen for four - PhP5,050
Superior Queen for up to four - PhP6,150
Superior King for two - PhP6,700
Family Room for up to eight - PhP8,900


weekend destination

The outside pool served as a practice area for the country’s Pentathlon team during the last SEA Games.

Image: Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel Facebook Page

Nestle yourself inside your own private nook in Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel. Located along Waterfront Road, this humble two-story luxury hotel is perfect for families who want to enjoy their well-deserved rest and recreation peacefully. All their 53 rooms excel with their sleek minimalist Scandinavian design. Bringing a big group? Book the large Family Room, which is a combination of their Superior Queen and Premium Queen rooms. You save money by having two rooms—complete with three queen-sized beds and two baths in total—for a lesser rate. Their rooms also have a private veranda overlooking their outdoor pools.

For your dining experience, the Seorabeol Hotel ups the ante: in Nicco’s Restobar and KTV, you can eat dinner while singing your heart out inside your own family videoke room. The hotel also has its own banquet facilities ideal for seminars, wedding receptions, and large family functions. The best part about Seorabeol Hotel? It stands just mere meters from the boardwalk! This allows you to enjoy the soothing breeze from the bay as well as the sumptuous seafood offerings from the nearby bayside restaurants.



Tip: The hotel’s block is full of restaurants with an international range—feast on Korean, Japanese, Western, or authentic Filipino fares!

How to get to Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel:
Via commute: From the bus terminal in Olongapo, you can either take a yellow jeepney going to the Main Gate then walk, or take a taxi going straight to Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel since public transport is not allowed inside Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

Via private car: Once you reach the intersection at Subic Bay Freeport Zone, turn right to Rizal Highway, then turn left to Manila Avenue. Turn left to Dewey Avenue, right to Labitan Street, then right to Waterfront Road. Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel should be on your right.



3. Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark

Location: Purok 3, Barangay Matain, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Zambales
Estimated Travel Time: From Manila: 2.5-3 hours via commute; 2-2.5 hours via private car
Rates:
Deluxe Room for up to two persons starts at PhP8,120
Poolside Room for up to four persons starts at PhP9,500
Main Premium Deluxe for up to eight persons starts at PhP10,000
Beachside Bungalow for up to four persons starts at PhP10,500
Poolside Room Ground for up to four persons starts at PhP10,500
Beachside Deluxe for up to four persons starts at PhP11,500
Beachside Suite for up to six persons starts at PhP13,700


accommodations in Subic

Enter the gigantic Zorb Ball in Whiterock’s Waterpark and compete with friends!

Image: Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark Facebook Page

There’s no doubt that the 10-hectare Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark is the ultimate destination for group getaways. Aside from its many amenities, this vast lot rests beside its own 300-meter beige beachfront. They have 262 rooms distributed among their main building suites and poolside villas. But why not go all out? Book their luxurious beachside bungalows and suites for the grandest group experience. Enjoy exclusive open-air whirlpools, bathtubs, a barbecue area, your own private Jacuzzi, and a 360-degree view of the entire resort.

But the true gem is outdoors at Whiterock’s very own waterpark. They have several water slides, two wave pools, a grand pool, an infinity pool, and an inflatable obstacle course by the beach. You can also ride a jet ski, a speed boat, or a banana boat, or you can go parasailing, kayaking, helmet diving, or island hopping aboard one of the resort’s boats. On land, you can ride a zip line, rappel, wall-climb, or tread through the rope-course maze. A day is never enough to explore Whiterock’s many amenities!

Tip: They have two restaurants: the Sunset Restaurant near the hotel, and the Beachpoint Restaurant by the beach.



How to get to Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark:
Via commute: From the bus terminal in Olongapo, you can take a blue jeepney going to Baloy/Barretto. Get off at the 7-Eleven in Matain and walk towards Whiterock Beach Hotel.

Via private car: Once you reach the intersection at Subic Bay Freeport Zone, turn right to Rizal Highway, then turn left to Manila Avenue. Turn right to Dewey Avenue, then exit through the gate and turn left to the National Highway. Follow this path up to Baretto and Matain, then turn left on the 7-Eleven in Matain, Whiterock Beach Hotel should be on your left.


4. Court Meridian Hotel and Suites

Location: Lot B Waterfront Road corner Rojas Street, Central Business District, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Zambales
Estimated Travel Time: From Manila: 2-2.5 hours via commute; 1.5-2 hours via private car
Rates:
Superior Room for two persons - PhP3,970
Deluxe Room for four persons - PhP4,695
Super Deluxe Room for four persons - PhP5,145
Super Deluxe with Veranda for four persons - PhP5,325
Executive Suite for six persons - PhP6,900
Presidential Suite for six persons - PhP13,310


luxury hotel

Their Mediterranean-inspired suites present a gorgeous view of Subic’s cityscape.

Image: Court Meridian Hotel & Suites Facebook Page

When finding your family’s home away from home, there’s no room for compromise. That’s why the Courtyard Meridian Hotel and Suites offers everything you’d expect from a first-class accommodation. The four-story annex houses their superb rooms. Give your family the best by booking the Presidential Suite, replete with two-bedroom units with king size and queen size beds, its own kitchenette, dining area, and a stunning sun terrace. It also has its own home theater system fitted with a 52” LCD cable TV, on top of the two other LED TVs in each room. All guests get complimentary buffet breakfast, and they’re entitled to in-room massage services such as Swedish and Shiatsu.



Let your kids frolic in the hotel’s playground and playhouse while you enjoy your me-time in their courtyard swimming pool. For lunch, you can either feast on hearty Mediterranean cuisines at the Aresi Bar and Restaurant, or sip a hearty bowl of authentic Sapporo ramen at Ramen Sora. Given the hotel is near Harbor Point, you’re also provided with adventure options such as jet skiing through Networx Jetsports and parasailing through Subic Bay Parasail.

Tip: If you’re craving a more familiar flavor for lunch, the hotel also houses its own Gerry’s Grill!

How to get to Court Meridian Hotel And Suites:
Via commute: From the bus terminal in Olongapo, you can either take a yellow jeepney going to the Main Gate then walk, or take a taxi going straight to Court Meridian Hotel since public transport is not allowed inside Subic Bay Freeport Zone.



Via private car: Once you reach the intersection at Subic Bay Freeport Zone, turn right to Rizal Highway, then turn left to Manila Avenue. Turn left to Dewey Avenue, right to Labitan Street, then left to Waterfront Road, Court Meridian Hotel should be on your left.


5. Kamana Sanctuary Resort and Spa

Location: Nabasan Beach, Ilanin Forest West, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Zambales
Estimated Travel Time: From Manila: 3-3.5 hours via commute; 2.5-3 hours via private car
Rates:
Casitas for four persons - PhP15,510
Deluxe Single for four persons - PhP10,450
Deluxe Twin for four persons - PhP11,550
Hotel Suite for four persons - PhP13,200
Deluxe Twin with Loft for four persons - PhP12,100
Standard Twin for four persons - PhP9,350


crystal clear beach

Kamana Sanctuary Resort’s airy tropical ambiance is the perfect weekend breather.

Image: Kamana Sanctuary, Subic Bay Facebook Page

Getting to this beachside accommodation in Ilanin Forest West can be a challenge, but the reward of respite waiting for you at Kamana Sanctuary Resort and Spa is priceless. Once you make it, you’re greeted by a splendid nature view: the crystal clear beach, the lush forest, and the distant mountainside. You get to marvel at this sight the entire time when you book one of their Casitas. These resemble the tropical floating cabanas of Maldives and are fitted with a California king size bed, flat-screen cable TV, and luxury bathroom amenities for the whole family.

Nearby tourist destinations include the Zoobic Safari and Ocean Adventure. But if you’re up for an adventure minus the crowd, then Kamana has you covered. You can play basketball, beach volleyball, beach tennis, or ultimate Frisbee by the beach, or go kayaking, snorkeling, or aqua-cycling on the turquoise waters. If you really just want a reprieve with nature, you can also hang your own hammock at the beachside, or head straight to their native house spa for a session. You can request a full-body, Shiatsu, Swedish or foot massage to soothe your spirits.



Tip: They also have a lawn playground and available board games for your kids.

How to get to Kamana Sanctuary Resort And Spa:
Via commute: Head to Harbor Point Mall in Subic either via the buses from Dau Terminal or via a jeepney from Olongapo Terminal. From there, take a taxi going straight to Kamana Sanctuary Resort and Spa.

Via private car: Once you reach the intersection at Subic Bay Freeport Zone, head straight to Maritan Highway. Drive until it merges with Argonaut Highway, then continue driving until you reach the junction near Subic Bay International Airport. Take a left going to Corregidor Road, then drive straight until you reach a turnoff with a sign pointing to Nabasan Beach on your right. Keep following the path without turning and Kamana Sanctuary Resort and Spa will be at the end.



With these amenities and rooms, finding the best family-friendly hotel for you just got easier!

Hotels in Subic

Whether it’s water adventures or bayside bumming, these hotels offer the perfect spots!

Image: Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark Facebook Page

Subic Bay has always been a favorite weekend destination for families. Since being converted from a former US military base, Subic now offers an array of world-class entertainment sites, natural sanctuaries, and luxurious hotels. And the best part: it’s just a couple of hours away from Metro Manila!

If you’re a first-time tourist to this freeport zone, choosing a private nook for your family can be overwhelming because of all the ideal hotels in Subic. Luckily, this list has done the work. Check out a few of the best hotels in Subic that the whole family will surely fall for!


1. Mansion Garden Hotel

Location: Dewey Avenue corner Bonifacio Street, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Zambales
Estimated Travel Time: From Manila: 2-2.5 hours via commute; 1.5-2 hours via private car
Rates:
Standard Room for two - PhP3,150
Twin Standard Room for two - PhP3,570
Standard Deluxe Room for two - PhP3,570
PWD Standard Deluxe Twin for two - PhP5,355
Double Deluxe Room for four - PhP6,300
Apartelle for two - PhP6,930
King Suite Room for two - PhP6,930
Loft Room for two - PhP10,935
Two Bedroom Suite for four - PhP13,860
Presidential Suite for two - PhP17,325


Subic

Mansion Garden Hotel also provides special lodging for differently-abled guests.

Image: Mansion Garden Hotel Facebook Page

One of the most sought-after accommodations in Subic Bay, Mansion Garden Hotel’s crisp and clean lodging is perfect for large groups. For your family vacation, look at their Double Deluxe Room. Aside from a generous floor space, you also get two well-appointed rooms with their own double size beds, a private veranda boasting a beachfront view, two LED televisions, and a modern en suite bathroom with a rain head shower. Or you can upgrade to the Two-Bedroom Suite to enjoy two queen size beds, two baths, and your own well-equipped kitchenette. All their rooms come with free and fast Wi-Fi too!


Guests also get a complimentary Filipino breakfast buffet at the spacious Mansion Garden Café. But if you fancy a more local favorite, the Mansion Garden Hotel is just a stone’s throw from Subic’s famous Meat Plus Restaurant. It’s also near duty-free shops, Subic’s luxurious wharves, and a charming pier view along Waterfront Road.

Tip: They also offer affordable event packages when you book their banquet facilities for parties, wedding receptions, and debuts.

How to get to Mansion Garden Hotel:
Via commute: From Manila, ride a Victory Liner bus going to Olongapo via SCTEX from terminals in Pasay, Cubao, and Caloocan. From Clark Airport, ride a jeepney to the Main Entrance of the Clark Freeport Zone, then another jeepney bound for Dau-Mabalacat Bus Terminal. From there, ride a Victory Liner bus going to Olongapo. From the bus terminal in Olongapo, you can either take a yellow jeepney going to the Main Gate then walk, or take a taxi going straight to Mansion Garden Hotel since public transport is not allowed inside Subic Bay Freeport Zone.



Via private car: From Manila, enter NLEX and drive until you reach the exit to SCTEX. Keep left and exit through SBMA Tollway, then drive straight until you reach Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Once you reach the intersection, turn right to Rizal Highway, then turn left to Manila Avenue. Turn left to Dewey Avenue, left to Aguinaldo Street, right to Quezon Street, then right again to Bonifacio Street. Mansion Garden Hotel should be on your right.


2. Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel

Location: Lot MC-9 Waterfront Road, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Zambales
Estimated Travel Time: from Manila: 2-2.5 hours via commute; 1.5-2 hours via private car
Rates:
Premium Queen/Twin Room for four - PhP3,400
Premium King Room for three - PhP4,280
Deluxe Queen for four - PhP5,050
Superior Queen for up to four - PhP6,150
Superior King for two - PhP6,700
Family Room for up to eight - PhP8,900


weekend destination

The outside pool served as a practice area for the country’s Pentathlon team during the last SEA Games.

Image: Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel Facebook Page

Nestle yourself inside your own private nook in Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel. Located along Waterfront Road, this humble two-story luxury hotel is perfect for families who want to enjoy their well-deserved rest and recreation peacefully. All their 53 rooms excel with their sleek minimalist Scandinavian design. Bringing a big group? Book the large Family Room, which is a combination of their Superior Queen and Premium Queen rooms. You save money by having two rooms—complete with three queen-sized beds and two baths in total—for a lesser rate. Their rooms also have a private veranda overlooking their outdoor pools.

For your dining experience, the Seorabeol Hotel ups the ante: in Nicco’s Restobar and KTV, you can eat dinner while singing your heart out inside your own family videoke room. The hotel also has its own banquet facilities ideal for seminars, wedding receptions, and large family functions. The best part about Seorabeol Hotel? It stands just mere meters from the boardwalk! This allows you to enjoy the soothing breeze from the bay as well as the sumptuous seafood offerings from the nearby bayside restaurants.



Tip: The hotel’s block is full of restaurants with an international range—feast on Korean, Japanese, Western, or authentic Filipino fares!

How to get to Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel:
Via commute: From the bus terminal in Olongapo, you can either take a yellow jeepney going to the Main Gate then walk, or take a taxi going straight to Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel since public transport is not allowed inside Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

Via private car: Once you reach the intersection at Subic Bay Freeport Zone, turn right to Rizal Highway, then turn left to Manila Avenue. Turn left to Dewey Avenue, right to Labitan Street, then right to Waterfront Road. Seorabeol Grand Leisure Hotel should be on your right.



3. Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark

Location: Purok 3, Barangay Matain, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Zambales
Estimated Travel Time: From Manila: 2.5-3 hours via commute; 2-2.5 hours via private car
Rates:
Deluxe Room for up to two persons starts at PhP8,120
Poolside Room for up to four persons starts at PhP9,500
Main Premium Deluxe for up to eight persons starts at PhP10,000
Beachside Bungalow for up to four persons starts at PhP10,500
Poolside Room Ground for up to four persons starts at PhP10,500
Beachside Deluxe for up to four persons starts at PhP11,500
Beachside Suite for up to six persons starts at PhP13,700


accommodations in Subic

Enter the gigantic Zorb Ball in Whiterock’s Waterpark and compete with friends!

Image: Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark Facebook Page

There’s no doubt that the 10-hectare Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark is the ultimate destination for group getaways. Aside from its many amenities, this vast lot rests beside its own 300-meter beige beachfront. They have 262 rooms distributed among their main building suites and poolside villas. But why not go all out? Book their luxurious beachside bungalows and suites for the grandest group experience. Enjoy exclusive open-air whirlpools, bathtubs, a barbecue area, your own private Jacuzzi, and a 360-degree view of the entire resort.

But the true gem is outdoors at Whiterock’s very own waterpark. They have several water slides, two wave pools, a grand pool, an infinity pool, and an inflatable obstacle course by the beach. You can also ride a jet ski, a speed boat, or a banana boat, or you can go parasailing, kayaking, helmet diving, or island hopping aboard one of the resort’s boats. On land, you can ride a zip line, rappel, wall-climb, or tread through the rope-course maze. A day is never enough to explore Whiterock’s many amenities!

Tip: They have two restaurants: the Sunset Restaurant near the hotel, and the Beachpoint Restaurant by the beach.



How to get to Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark:
Via commute: From the bus terminal in Olongapo, you can take a blue jeepney going to Baloy/Barretto. Get off at the 7-Eleven in Matain and walk towards Whiterock Beach Hotel.

Via private car: Once you reach the intersection at Subic Bay Freeport Zone, turn right to Rizal Highway, then turn left to Manila Avenue. Turn right to Dewey Avenue, then exit through the gate and turn left to the National Highway. Follow this path up to Baretto and Matain, then turn left on the 7-Eleven in Matain, Whiterock Beach Hotel should be on your left.


4. Court Meridian Hotel and Suites

Location: Lot B Waterfront Road corner Rojas Street, Central Business District, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Zambales
Estimated Travel Time: From Manila: 2-2.5 hours via commute; 1.5-2 hours via private car
Rates:
Superior Room for two persons - PhP3,970
Deluxe Room for four persons - PhP4,695
Super Deluxe Room for four persons - PhP5,145
Super Deluxe with Veranda for four persons - PhP5,325
Executive Suite for six persons - PhP6,900
Presidential Suite for six persons - PhP13,310


luxury hotel

Their Mediterranean-inspired suites present a gorgeous view of Subic’s cityscape.

Image: Court Meridian Hotel & Suites Facebook Page

When finding your family’s home away from home, there’s no room for compromise. That’s why the Courtyard Meridian Hotel and Suites offers everything you’d expect from a first-class accommodation. The four-story annex houses their superb rooms. Give your family the best by booking the Presidential Suite, replete with two-bedroom units with king size and queen size beds, its own kitchenette, dining area, and a stunning sun terrace. It also has its own home theater system fitted with a 52” LCD cable TV, on top of the two other LED TVs in each room. All guests get complimentary buffet breakfast, and they’re entitled to in-room massage services such as Swedish and Shiatsu.



Let your kids frolic in the hotel’s playground and playhouse while you enjoy your me-time in their courtyard swimming pool. For lunch, you can either feast on hearty Mediterranean cuisines at the Aresi Bar and Restaurant, or sip a hearty bowl of authentic Sapporo ramen at Ramen Sora. Given the hotel is near Harbor Point, you’re also provided with adventure options such as jet skiing through Networx Jetsports and parasailing through Subic Bay Parasail.

Tip: If you’re craving a more familiar flavor for lunch, the hotel also houses its own Gerry’s Grill!

How to get to Court Meridian Hotel And Suites:
Via commute: From the bus terminal in Olongapo, you can either take a yellow jeepney going to the Main Gate then walk, or take a taxi going straight to Court Meridian Hotel since public transport is not allowed inside Subic Bay Freeport Zone.



Via private car: Once you reach the intersection at Subic Bay Freeport Zone, turn right to Rizal Highway, then turn left to Manila Avenue. Turn left to Dewey Avenue, right to Labitan Street, then left to Waterfront Road, Court Meridian Hotel should be on your left.


5. Kamana Sanctuary Resort and Spa

Location: Nabasan Beach, Ilanin Forest West, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City, Zambales
Estimated Travel Time: From Manila: 3-3.5 hours via commute; 2.5-3 hours via private car
Rates:
Casitas for four persons - PhP15,510
Deluxe Single for four persons - PhP10,450
Deluxe Twin for four persons - PhP11,550
Hotel Suite for four persons - PhP13,200
Deluxe Twin with Loft for four persons - PhP12,100
Standard Twin for four persons - PhP9,350


crystal clear beach

Kamana Sanctuary Resort’s airy tropical ambiance is the perfect weekend breather.

Image: Kamana Sanctuary, Subic Bay Facebook Page

Getting to this beachside accommodation in Ilanin Forest West can be a challenge, but the reward of respite waiting for you at Kamana Sanctuary Resort and Spa is priceless. Once you make it, you’re greeted by a splendid nature view: the crystal clear beach, the lush forest, and the distant mountainside. You get to marvel at this sight the entire time when you book one of their Casitas. These resemble the tropical floating cabanas of Maldives and are fitted with a California king size bed, flat-screen cable TV, and luxury bathroom amenities for the whole family.

Nearby tourist destinations include the Zoobic Safari and Ocean Adventure. But if you’re up for an adventure minus the crowd, then Kamana has you covered. You can play basketball, beach volleyball, beach tennis, or ultimate Frisbee by the beach, or go kayaking, snorkeling, or aqua-cycling on the turquoise waters. If you really just want a reprieve with nature, you can also hang your own hammock at the beachside, or head straight to their native house spa for a session. You can request a full-body, Shiatsu, Swedish or foot massage to soothe your spirits.



Tip: They also have a lawn playground and available board games for your kids.

How to get to Kamana Sanctuary Resort And Spa:
Via commute: Head to Harbor Point Mall in Subic either via the buses from Dau Terminal or via a jeepney from Olongapo Terminal. From there, take a taxi going straight to Kamana Sanctuary Resort and Spa.

Via private car: Once you reach the intersection at Subic Bay Freeport Zone, head straight to Maritan Highway. Drive until it merges with Argonaut Highway, then continue driving until you reach the junction near Subic Bay International Airport. Take a left going to Corregidor Road, then drive straight until you reach a turnoff with a sign pointing to Nabasan Beach on your right. Keep following the path without turning and Kamana Sanctuary Resort and Spa will be at the end.



With these amenities and rooms, finding the best family-friendly hotel for you just got easier!

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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