Punta Fuego is perhaps one of the most popular exclusive resorts in Batangas. Nestled on a peninsula in the Nasugbu coastline, Club Punta Fuego has been the weekend destination of several Manilenos for several years. Terrazas de Punta Fuego is a residential community that comes before the Peninsula de Punta Fuego, the main and original private resort. You need someone to endorse you to enter the premises if you are to visit.
The Clubhouse at Terrazas is where guests can lounge by a huge pool that is surrounded by a dozens of inviting open air cabanas. The cabanas also line the beach front, making it a perfect place to read a book, have a drink, or to have a nap in. It is a great spot to watch an amazing sunset.
The beach here is pretty ok for Batangas standards, but the area of Laiya has better quality. Even neighboring Canyon Cove for me has a better beach. But the beach here is clean and the water clear. Munting Buhangin is beside Terrazas, and the beach is shared by that resort. The guests of Munting Buhangin though tend to stay on their side.
15 minutes further, you arrive at Club Punta Fuego, the larger and original resort community. Club Punta Fuego is a destination for companies who hold their team building or other offsite events.
The Main Clubhouse at Punta Fuego has a stunning infinity pool that looks out endlessly to the South China Sea. Again, watching the sun set from the pool is amazing. This is the reason why the pool at Punta Fuego has already been used in so many photo shoots.
Punta Fuego is indeed luxurious weekend getaway, but because of its exclusivity, it is only accessible to those who know people who own houses inside the compound, or if you have a corporate affair there. Rooms cost P5,000 net, with breakfast. Currently, they are expanding their accommodations to meet the growing demand.