Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Subic Park Hotel

Subic Park Hotel is my choice of accommodations in Subic. It is strategically located along the Moonbay Marina Waterfront road after Pier 1.

It is also a boutique hotel, and I have been staying here for the past 2 years when I am in Subic. It is a small hotel with a unimpressive facade. You may not even notice the hotel as it looks like a typical apartment.

However, once you enter the lobby, you feel see how charming it is. It is airy, and the atmosphere is cozy. The rooms here range from P2,200 up, which is already of value here in Subic. The only other hotel I can consider of great value in Subic is the Boardwalk Inn, which is almost always full.

The rate comes with free breakfast or dinner. The food in its only restaurant is a mix of continental and Filipino dishes.

I like the pool here as it remains private even though it looks out to the bay. The pool is also open until 10PM, so you can have a night swim while you wait for your dinner at one of the 2 cabanas.

And just outside the hotel, you could already walk along the stoned pathways of Moonbay Marina. Subic has really transformed itself into becoming a world class destination. I just hope they can open up more quality restaurants and bring more activity and energy into this area.

You can also lounge in one of the beach huts in the marina, but I don't advise swimming in the bay. You could probably just wade your feet to have a touch of the seawater.

So, when in Subic, stay at Subic Park Hotel, the accommodation that is worth your money. It has free breakfast or dinner, a refreshing pool, cozy ambience and clean, decent rooms that guarantee a great weekend escape.

Moonbay Marina, Waterfront Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo, Philippines
+047 252.20.92
+047 252.20.93

4 comments:

  1. Informative post. Nice pictures, too. You have just what I'm looking for for our Subic trip next weekend. Thanks!

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  2. why can't you swim in their beach front?

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    1. because it's for jet ski use and other boating activities. you don't want your head floating in the water when a jet ski hits you... wouldn't you?

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    2. because it's for jet ski use and other boating activities. you don't want your head floating in the water when a jet ski hits you... wouldn't you?

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