Bataan beach resorts are precious. They are a few hours away from the Metro, not as far as the beach resorts in Boracay, definitely more interesting than the ones in Zambales, but they are equally satisfying. The temperatures are rising so why not beat the heat with the best day travel to Bataan with the gang?
There are tons of places that you can go to and depending on your budget, there are many Bataan beach resorts to choose from to give you summer’s fill. Here is a short list of what Bataan beach resorts have to offer depending on your budget and game plan:
Bataan beach resort: Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
Budget: First Class
Description: Think Vigan but in the comforts of Bataan. This is a grand heritage village that takes you back to the glory of the Spanish era. Old houses from various parts of the country can be found here, preserved and restored to their full majesty. Old Filipino is the entire theme of this Bataan beach resort in Bagac. Hotel room prices range from almost Php 4,000 to a little over Php 7,000 while the antique houses play from Php 18,000 a night to Php 45,000. Day tour rates for the best day travel rings around Php 1200 per person.
Bataan beach resort: The Waterfront Beach Resort
Budget: Business Class
Description: This Bataan beach resort can be found on Morong and it boasts of family friendly fun. Swimming pools are available for the kids while the open sea offers a more exciting activity for the grownups. Day tour promos for the best day travel experience start from Php350. Accomodations range from Php 2,100 to Php 3,800 while dorm type beds can be taken at Php 1,500 per person.
Bataan beach resort: Fajardo’s Beach Resort
Description: Fajardo’s beach resort is a budget friendly place you can visit at the town of Bagac beside Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. If you want to enjoy the sun, sand, and water without ripping your pocket to bits, book a trip and call +639202198742 and look for Edna. There are no day tour packages but entrance fee starts at Php 40 only. You can choose from native cottages to air conditioned rooms that ranges from Php 1,500 to Php 3,500. Open huts are available for the best day travel feast too and they come at a cheap Php 500. Different from the first two Bataan beach resorts, Fajardo’s is a family run business so you can count on a more hospitable, more personal summer fun experience.
These Bataan beach resorts are great escapades for Luzon travel and you can count on it that they will please anybody seeking Luzon tourists spots. These Bataan beach resorts are fresh, interesting, and inviting so plan the best day travel today and enjoy the summer! I hope this post helps everyone!
hi! can you recommend a good restaurant in bagac for 25 pax on a budget? thanks
hi, no restaurant. i suggest go to fajardo’s beach resort and ask for catering options. call 09202198742.
good job on the post.. what’s the best way to reach Bataan via public transportation?
thanks 🙂 genesis, straight to bataan, one ride only.
hi chim, pwedeng bataan transit or genesis, san ba sa bataan ang destination mo?
san magandang magteambuilding ang team turquoise sa bataan that can accomodate 15-17persons….???thank you!!
hi check nyo yung may number sa post, oks naman diyan. good luck! 🙂
which one is clean and better place? in bagac or in morong bataan
i’d say bagac.
nag-ring na! hahaha!!! salamat!
I tried Edna’s number +639202198742 today but it’s busy 😦 i tried it 3 times
many customers calling at once 🙂
Hi, just wanna ask for beaches in bataan. Yung mura lng pero magnda.for weekdays hw much for 2pax/night. Tnx
you can check with the number listed above. 🙂
hi po! want to see bataan ASAP…wala lang, ur posts are so inviting. how much po kaya ibabudget namin if we want to see the old structures, the malinta tunnel, dambana…etc..thanks po! can u suggest an itinerary good for the weekend?
old structures as in corregidor? i think you have to have a bigger budget for that one since you have to rent a boat to get to the island. my friend said if there will be 10 of us we need 1000 each for a corregidor adventure. if you are going to corregidor, that may take an entire day. dambana is on the opposite end of the province. if you want to see it, maybe do it another day then hit the beaches. have fun!
Nagre-research ako ng Bataan accomodation at eto ang nakita ko sa first page ng Google. Good job! Parang gusto ko nang i-text si Edna, sana yan pa din ang number nya.
yep, go for gold. balitaan mo ko pag natuloy ha! ps. malapit na exchange gift natin salbe sali ka ulit ha!
good day. would you recommend tha fajardo”s resort for kids? this sebreak sana. medyo madami kaming kasamang “bagets” kya we’re very careful in choosing resorts. do they allow if we bring our own food or they accept “paluto” para naman matikman namin ang lutong bataan? would really appreciate your tips. thanks in advance.
yes, families troop this place most times actually. but if you want a pool for the kids, there is no pool; just open sea. you can bring food or you can ask people there to cook for you, that’s perfectly fine. i hope you come and enjoy your stay 🙂
how much would it cost me if I’ll get a bataan nice places day tour? thanks! 🙂
depends on where you want to stay and go. beaches are the bomb here and for a cheap treat you can check out the number listed above!
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hi! thanks for this very informative item 🙂 planning to go somewhere this long weekend with family (5 adults 2 kids) but since it’s not that a big event…our budget’s tight 🙂 kids just wanna see the Dambana…but after reading this, me wanna stay overnight and feel the beach tho ’tis not summer hehehe. you think the 3rd beach place will do good already? how far is it from the cross? many thanks. and can you pls check for us if the cross has sched pala as mentioned by ms ayla…i worry now…appreciate for a reply PM! God bless…
yes, it’s good and affordable, particularly now that it is the low season. maybe it’s around 20 minutes far from the cross. just go all straight and once you see the friendship tower (there is a gas station to the right) turn left. sign boards are there already. idk the sched of the cross but if you are planning to have an overnight stay it should not be a problem since you can always go back. good luck and enjoy your vacation!
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.. bakit ngayon ko lang nabasa ito, lol. madami ako na co-workers who hails from bataan, nagyayaya at maganda nga daw kasi dyan (pero ang totoo nun gusto nila inuman, haha.).
see you soon, rob? 🙂
.. hmmm. mga taga orion at limay ang mga kasamahan ko dyan. layo yun?
not so. one hour max. 🙂
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my colleague has just been to Las Casas over the weekend, and the way she made kwento about her trip made me want to go there, too, like right now na! lol 😉
it’s a nice place if you like old school glam, very posh indeed.
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Ang ganda ha. Thanks for the info. We might go to Bataan na lang instead of going south.
go for it liz. i hope you can visit. buzz me when you’re around town!
Summer is coming!
with the heat around i say it’s already here!
good for you there. dito makulimlim parin. hehe. di nakakainspire tumakbo. hehe
Denoy! Sabi mo pupunta tayo dyan kina PM.
Did not know this place is seriously beautiful.
i’d take you to las casas pag natuloy gb 🙂
ilang beses na rin akong nakapasyal sa mga beach resorts ng bataan. yun nga lang hindi kasing ganda gaya ng mga na-feature mong resorts/beaches. 😦
bakit apollo san ka ba napadpad?
di ko na tanda ung pangalan ng resort eh. tanda ko lang, mabato ang beach. haha!
oh i got the same experience when i went to ilocos naman. sakit sa paa!
summer is on!!
sana maenjoy ko din ang summer 🙂
summer na nga ang init-init! oo naman, gawa ka na ng plano mo para dire-diretso na.
beautiful beaches, cultural heritage, saan ka pa?
we still have yet to explore a lot of provinces in pinas someday and bataan is one of them.
bataan is a very underrated place. the location is good plus accommodations that you can get are cheap and satisfying. wait till you hear of the food doc, really nice. i hope you can visit one day with the whole gang.
I appreciate this information Princesa. I like the last place the best. The first one looks too wet, the second one has two dancers running around but the last one looks great and right on the beach.
it has a very natural feel to it too. it is not grand but it is just right. your taste is impeccable as always mr. baker. btw, i am dead thinking of what to guest post. i did not imagine it would be this hard!
Prinsesa… you just need to be yourself. You don’t have to write anything special. Whatever you would write on your blog is what you can do on mine. I trust you. Read over previous guest posts to get a feel.
thank you tom, i will try my best 😀
You are very welcome. Thank you!
How lovely to be by the water right about now…
true, true. but you know… i can’t swim. 😛
Even though the price is a little high I’d like to stay in the Las Casas. I love old homes. Is there no beach access to Las Casas? If you want to enjoy the beach during the day you have to go to Fajardo’s?
there is beach there and a pool too. las casas is really pricey but the old glam is worth it. if you have the budget for it, it will be a blast. mother and i are club members here and most times when we have guests we tour them around here because it is always a place to impress. 🙂
Hat tip for this very informative post / reference PM!
visit bataan next time ayla. malapit lang and i’m sure the family will enjoy it. there is more to it thn bataan day, i tell you.
It’s frustrating we’ve been to Bataan three times and laging sara yung cross tengene hahaha
i did not know na nagsasara pala yun ayla.
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