The 10 best hotels in Bataan Province, Philippines

December 31, 2022 Roger Rusk

Discover the best hotels in Bataan Province, Central Luzon Region, Luzon including The Lighthouse Marina Resort, Court Meridian Hotel & Suites, Vista Marina Hotel and Resort, Mansion Garden Hotel, Rancho Bernardo Luxury Villas And Resort, Vista Marina Hotel and Resort, Juness Beach Resort, The Bataan White Corals Beach Resort, Segara Villas, The Duyan House at Sinagtala Farm & Adventure Park.
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1. The Lighthouse Marina Resort

Moonbay Marina Complex, Water Front Road Waterfront Road, CBD, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Luzon Philippines
Excellent
47%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
13%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 362 reviews

The Lighthouse Marina Resort

The most lavish and magnificent Subic Bay experience. Like a beacon that steers boats to shore, this magnificent establishment on the Subic waterfront can serve as a venue that beckons travelers seeking world-class comfort. Our Commitment: Lighthouse is committed to creating value and improving guests' experience. We have this genuine interest in our guests' evolving needs, thus we invest in our infrastructure and our people as we strive to provide a compelling guest experience. Our company was built on serving and satisfying guests and meeting if not surpassing our guests' needs is always our No. 1 priority. The Location: The Lighthouse Marina Resort is a three-floor, 34-room boutique hotel capped by a lighthouse. The hotel is sleek and ultra-modern in its Palafox-designed architecture. Done in almost austere Italianate architectonics with its elegantly simplistic hotel façade, the hotel's main building provides a perfect compliment to the 20 meter light tower done in surprising detail very faithful to naval architecture specifications. Its exclusive location hidden in the midst of the busy Waterfront Road makes it the ultimate haven of retreat. The Lighthouse was established in 2007 to provide transient residence to executives of business locators of the Subic free port zone and for tourists who frequent the port more for its sailing and eco‐tourism than its business. Ease of Travel: Proximity and ease of travel are always a concern for many people who are trying to escape the hustle and bustle of life in the metropolis. Just less than a year ago, Subic was a grueling three to four hour drive from the city capital. Today, all roads lead to a tranquil location, a journey of heightened leisure, traversing through a scenic paved ultra majestic highway newly built to serve as the main vein of the Manila-Subic connection, the Subic Clark Tarlac Expressway. For a relaxing and inexpensive travel, the flicker of light at the Lighthouse Marina Resort just got brighter. A perfect vacation haven away from home just got closer. Its exclusive location hidden in the midst of the busy Waterfront Road makes it the ideal chill out place within the shorelines of Subic Bay.

centralized aircon smell of cigarette smoke

Reviewed By LLL333LLL363

One can smell cigarette smoke though the aircon because it is centralized. There is a plumbing problem with water pressure. The staff at front desk needs more training with hospitality. It is very clean.

2. Court Meridian Hotel & Suites

Lot B Waterfront Road Corner Rojas Street Central Business District, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Luzon 2222 Philippines
Excellent
30%
Good
43%
Satisfactory
17%
Poor
5%
Terrible
6%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 408 reviews

Court Meridian Hotel & Suites

Court Meridian Hotel & Suites is more than just your luxury home away from home. Designed to be a haven perfect for relaxing ambiance. Each of the 67 spacious guestrooms is defined and provided with luxurious amenities and facilities comforting the very needs of corporate people and families creating a well deserve delightful experience and a pleasant stay. Loyal Guests keep on coming back primarily because of its location. The hotel is strategically located near the beach front where Hotel's veranda captures the rolling seas with highlands mountain of Zambales contributes to its breathtaking frame. It is also just steps ahead from the best restaurants and fun life bars, San Roque Church, Tappan Park and Subic Bay Freeport Zone's Central Business Distict where front water is the best place for water sports activities. Court Meridian Hotel & Suites makes a perfect choice for team building sessions, strategic planning, seminars and social events. Court Meridian Hotel & Suites is your perfect hideaway in Subic where meeting of the minds of corporate people evolve. We ask, we listen and we act that adds value to your comfort and needs. More than that, our staff goes out of their way to give our guests, personalized, warm and gracious service, such that their stay in our Hotel becomes a truly pleasurable and memorable experience. Come and experience the Court Meridian hospitality and you will surely find great value for your money.

Pleasanr Surprise

Reviewed By weekendtravelor_10

Pleasantly surprised to find this gem from TripAdvisor. Convenient location, quiet, safe, clean rooms and friendly ,helpful staff. Only one very minor issue id the policy of charging for an extra pillow. Will definetly be back

3. Vista Marina Hotel and Resort

Waterfront Road Blk 3 Lot 2, Moonbay Marina Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Luzon 2222 Philippines
Excellent
43%
Good
23%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
6%
Terrible
8%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 265 reviews

Vista Marina Hotel and Resort

Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Vista Marina Hotel and Resort is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Vista Marina Hotel and Resort makes it easy to enjoy the best of Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Vista Marina Hotel and Resort offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning. During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Guests of Vista Marina Hotel and Resort are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available. While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Crab and Belly and Seafood by the Bay, all of which are a short distance from Vista Marina Hotel and Resort. If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out El Kabayo Waterfalls, which is a popular waterfall amongst tourists. Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Vista Marina Hotel and Resort is sure to make your visit to Subic Bay Freeport Zone one worth remembering.

MODUS AT THE MINI BAR

Reviewed By Jasmin S

In the many travels I’ve been to & hotels I’ve stayed in, the first things I look for when checking in the room are the bed, the bathroom & the view. I was wrong. Now I know that checking the food at the mini bar should come first. Or you would be charged for it on your last day. First time to encounter a hotel that does not have an extensive & proper housekeeping check before the next guest checks in. To our surprise, the can of Pringles & PicNic at the mini bar were already HALF-EATEN—and we only found out on our last day when we’re checking out! My brother, who was in the same room as I did, were checking out the food at the mini bar when we were fixing our things on our last day. He told me the can of PicNic was already eaten but it still had its lid on including the paper cover beneath the lid. No one would suspect anything about it. I told him not to go about it and that we might be suspected of eating it. I was not surprised when the front desk rep informed me about it when we were checking out. “Ma’am, nagalaw daw po yung PicNic at Pringles sa room 210 (Ma’am, the can of PicNic & Pringles was consumed at room 210),” she said. I was confident to tell her what happened–how my brother accidentally knew about it–because we have nothing to hide. Of course, it wasn’t us. I even explained that we bought our own can of Pringles & PicNic the day before. “You can check our trash can, we had consumed cans of Pringles & PicNic, that we bought outside,” I said. She later called on a housekeeping staff. Without me saying a word, the housekeeping staff began telling how it wasn’t their fault. She told me the housekeeping “checks” every room first and makes sure everything is in place before another guest comes in. I just reiterared what I’ve already explained to the front desk rep—it wasn’t us. Why would we eat the overly priced food items in the mini bar when we had our own? I was just confused at that point. Before we even dig deeper to what really happened, my father agreed to pay the amount of the “consumed” items just so we could head out already. They were lucky my father was kind enough to intervene & end the conversation but if I had it my way, I would stay as long as it takes to get to the bottom of it. It was not about the money. Heck, it was a measely 270pesos, when I paid for almost 10k for our family’s one-night stay. What did not sit well with me was how the front desk representative handled the situation. They just let it be, no apology, just a polite “thank you” when she handed me my change from paying the half-eaten mini bar food items. It’s as if they simply do not care. That’s how they made us feel. That left a bad taste on our over-all stay because that was our last interaction with them. We were their guests and no, I don’t agree with the notion that the “customers are always right”. It should be the “customer’s satisfaction should be the top priority.” And they didn’t do anything because of course, we’ve already paid. It’s convenient FOR THEM, not US. What I’m more concerned now is how often does that happen? Where we the first guests to have experienced being charged with half-eaten food items that we didn’t consume? Or is this a habitual practice, a “modus” of some sort? It’s a such shame because my family, including my dad who just celebrated his birthday on our weekend stay, enjoyed our over-all experience—until that incident happened. They did not only lose a what would have been a repeat customer, but they’ll also lose potential ones because I’ll make sure to share this story as a warning.

4. Mansion Garden Hotel

Dewey Avenue corner Bonifacio St., Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Luzon 2209 Philippines
Excellent
42%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
17%
Poor
3%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 145 reviews

Mansion Garden Hotel

One of Subic's hidden precious pride, a complete complex just within your reach. Mansion Garden Hotel features a sports bar with great food and friendly atmosphere only minutes from the beach and Subic's nightlife. The hotel provides rooms and suites that are well suited for both business and leisure travellers. Rooms are comfortably furnished with modern amenities to ensure we provide a satisfying stay.

DIY Wedding

Reviewed By riyethlinzaga

I am a diy bride. During our search for wedding reception, the superb effort and service of the Marketing staff made us chose the hotel. The preparation for our prenup and wedding went smoothly because of their assistance. Facility wise, interior of the reception hall was simple yet elegant. Sound system, projectors and screens were also provided. The food was the best! Our guests loved the food! The hotel staff especially the front desk and marketing provided us with the best service. Thank you Mansion Garden Hotel Team for the best service!

5. Rancho Bernardo Luxury Villas And Resort

Sitio Kakiputan, Bagac, Luzon 2107 Philippines
Excellent
100%
Good
0%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 15 reviews

Rancho Bernardo Luxury Villas And Resort

Set to be Bataan’s first luxury mountain resort, Rancho Bernardo Luxury Villas and Resort sits on a 40-hectare property that boasts an expanding number of amenities including private villas with outdoor jacuzzis, curated gardens and koi ponds, and a palace-like events space.

One of the greatest stay we ever had outside manila

Reviewed By KenMarvinA

One of the best stays we ever had, staff were very helpful from the day I made the booking and until our check out. The place is so wonderfuk and relaxing.Our Butler took care of us and gave all our requests. Will recommend this place to my family and friends.

6. Vista Marina Hotel and Resort

Waterfront Road Blk 3 Lot 2, Moonbay Marina Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Luzon 2222 Philippines
Excellent
43%
Good
23%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
6%
Terrible
8%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 265 reviews

Vista Marina Hotel and Resort

Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Vista Marina Hotel and Resort is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Vista Marina Hotel and Resort makes it easy to enjoy the best of Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Vista Marina Hotel and Resort offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning. During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Guests of Vista Marina Hotel and Resort are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available. While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Crab and Belly and Seafood by the Bay, all of which are a short distance from Vista Marina Hotel and Resort. If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out El Kabayo Waterfalls, which is a popular waterfall amongst tourists. Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Vista Marina Hotel and Resort is sure to make your visit to Subic Bay Freeport Zone one worth remembering.

MODUS AT THE MINI BAR

Reviewed By Jasmin S

In the many travels I’ve been to & hotels I’ve stayed in, the first things I look for when checking in the room are the bed, the bathroom & the view. I was wrong. Now I know that checking the food at the mini bar should come first. Or you would be charged for it on your last day. First time to encounter a hotel that does not have an extensive & proper housekeeping check before the next guest checks in. To our surprise, the can of Pringles & PicNic at the mini bar were already HALF-EATEN—and we only found out on our last day when we’re checking out! My brother, who was in the same room as I did, were checking out the food at the mini bar when we were fixing our things on our last day. He told me the can of PicNic was already eaten but it still had its lid on including the paper cover beneath the lid. No one would suspect anything about it. I told him not to go about it and that we might be suspected of eating it. I was not surprised when the front desk rep informed me about it when we were checking out. “Ma’am, nagalaw daw po yung PicNic at Pringles sa room 210 (Ma’am, the can of PicNic & Pringles was consumed at room 210),” she said. I was confident to tell her what happened–how my brother accidentally knew about it–because we have nothing to hide. Of course, it wasn’t us. I even explained that we bought our own can of Pringles & PicNic the day before. “You can check our trash can, we had consumed cans of Pringles & PicNic, that we bought outside,” I said. She later called on a housekeeping staff. Without me saying a word, the housekeeping staff began telling how it wasn’t their fault. She told me the housekeeping “checks” every room first and makes sure everything is in place before another guest comes in. I just reiterared what I’ve already explained to the front desk rep—it wasn’t us. Why would we eat the overly priced food items in the mini bar when we had our own? I was just confused at that point. Before we even dig deeper to what really happened, my father agreed to pay the amount of the “consumed” items just so we could head out already. They were lucky my father was kind enough to intervene & end the conversation but if I had it my way, I would stay as long as it takes to get to the bottom of it. It was not about the money. Heck, it was a measely 270pesos, when I paid for almost 10k for our family’s one-night stay. What did not sit well with me was how the front desk representative handled the situation. They just let it be, no apology, just a polite “thank you” when she handed me my change from paying the half-eaten mini bar food items. It’s as if they simply do not care. That’s how they made us feel. That left a bad taste on our over-all stay because that was our last interaction with them. We were their guests and no, I don’t agree with the notion that the “customers are always right”. It should be the “customer’s satisfaction should be the top priority.” And they didn’t do anything because of course, we’ve already paid. It’s convenient FOR THEM, not US. What I’m more concerned now is how often does that happen? Where we the first guests to have experienced being charged with half-eaten food items that we didn’t consume? Or is this a habitual practice, a “modus” of some sort? It’s a such shame because my family, including my dad who just celebrated his birthday on our weekend stay, enjoyed our over-all experience—until that incident happened. They did not only lose a what would have been a repeat customer, but they’ll also lose potential ones because I’ll make sure to share this story as a warning.

7. Juness Beach Resort

Brgy. Nagbalayong, Morong, Luzon 2108 Philippines
Excellent
29%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
24%
Poor
7%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 41 reviews

Juness Beach Resort

Nice and Relaxing

Reviewed By tinagracec

First time to visit the resort as we spent our Christmas there :) This is also my son's first beach visit and he really enjoyed it. The beach was clean and walang masyado rocks which is what we are looking in a beach. We'll definitely come back, our family is very satisfied with the beach room quality.

8. The Bataan White Corals Beach Resort

Sitio Panibatuhan, Poblacion, Morong, Luzon 2108 Philippines
Excellent
12%
Good
22%
Satisfactory
46%
Poor
6%
Terrible
15%
Overall Ratings

3 based on 68 reviews

The Bataan White Corals Beach Resort

Bataan White Corals Beach Resort is the typical, family-friendly resort. It is serenely nestled between the hills of Morong, Bataan and the pristine water of the South China Sea. Enjoy spacious family-style suites and hotel accommodation with convenient features as brilliant and warm as the Bataan sun. Unwind by three pools: the salt water pool, fresh water pool and the kiddy pool. Unwind at the new hotel building. Welcome the day with morning dew, stretch your day in the sun and experience relaxation at its fullest.

Very relaxing and just near the Metro

Reviewed By arapostol

I will surely go back here along with my family. We have been here before pandemic and this is one of the resorts I will surely go back to everytime we go Northbound. This is great for vacation, company outing and what I love is it has a small pool near the suites where you can stay for a day or so.

9. Segara Villas

Waterfront Road, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Luzon 2222 Philippines
Excellent
41%
Good
36%
Satisfactory
14%
Poor
5%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 95 reviews

Segara Villas

Segara Villas is the only boutique hotel in the heart of Subic Bay that provides personalized service. It is located at a secluded spot by the waterfront away from the crowds yet close enough to night spots if you wish to venture out. Segara Villas offers ten stylish spacious modern villas inspired by Balinese decor & blended with contemporary pieces. Each villa is uniquely decorated making no two rooms alike.

Weekend getaway

Reviewed By Scrumpchie

Me & my partner decided to celebrate our 18th year by going to subic on the weekend. He found this interesting place to stay and honestly it’s a gem. Villas are all Bali inspired. Very spacious and very nice. Peaceful and so quiet. Loved it. Staff very nice and courteous. Their breakfast buffet, although the usual, was surprisingly good. All entries were delicious. Recommended. And will go back again here someday.

10. The Duyan House at Sinagtala Farm & Adventure Park

Tala Road Bgy. Tala, Orani, Luzon 2112 Philippines
Excellent
40%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
10%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 10 reviews

The Duyan House at Sinagtala Farm & Adventure Park

The Duyan House at Sinagtala Farm Resort is a tranquil oasis located in the mountains of Orani, Bataan in Central Luzon. Only a short 2.5hr drive from Metro Manila, the resort offers guests a private mountain retreat that fully respects and embraces its natural environment. We have standard, deluxe, family rooms and Villa rooms that can accommodate up to 10 guests in aircon and non-aircon configurations. Bordered by Mt. Natib and the tropical rain forests of Bataan National Park one one side, and on by Mt. Arayat and the plains of Pampanga on the other, The Duyan Resort offers guests an idyllic setting with stunning scenery and breathtaking backdrops. Guests can choose to unwind and decompress by the infinity pool and soak in the views. For those seeking a more spiritual experience, guests may pray at the Sta. Maria Ai Monti Chapel and marvel at the Coffee Crucifix. For the more adventurous, hikes to the rivers, waterfalls and rain forests around Mt. Natib may be arranged. Mountain bikes may also be used to explore the local area and terrain. Children can enjoy the great outdoors by wandering the picturesque Duyan Gardens, spotting the resident family of Philippine Eagles, riding our resident ponies or just having fun at the kiddie playground. The open field may also be used for activities such as football, softball or ultimate frisbee The star-littered night skies are also a sight to see. A perfect venue for star-gazers and budding astronomers, “Sinag-Tala” appropriately translates to “Bright Star” inTagalog.

Instagram spots

Reviewed By Ethan D

This place has a lot of Instagram spots. Very nice! Rooms are nice, dining area is very cozy. Food is good and the staff is friendly. Wind is constant in December. They just need to address the fly issue. 4/5 stars for me.

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