Top Antipolo Resorts For Big And Small Groups

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Swim in a pool by the mountainside while enjoying the view of Manila skyline. This something to anticipate when booking a stay at one of Antipolo’s best resorts.

Antipolo City is only an hour’s drive from Metro Manila, which makes it a quick escape from the stresses of the big city.

See the mountains of Sierra Madre and take in the peaceful vibe of lush greens from any of these top Antipolo resorts, listed from affordable to premium options.

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1. Bosay Resort

From short visits to overnight stays, Bosay Resort can be your go-to venue. This affordable Antipolo resort features 10 swimming pools fit for adults and kids, including a fancy wave pool and wave ball.

There’s also a wide range of hotel accommodations and conference halls for corporate events and family occasions.

Rates and fees:

  • Entrance fee for adults – P180 day and P200 night
  • Entrance fee for children below 4 feet – P150 day and night
  • Table by the pool – P600 to P1,000
  • Cottages – P800 to P3,000
  • Hotels – P8,000 to P15,000
  • Private pools – P8,000 to P12,000
  • Multi-purpose hall – P30,000 to P125,000

Address:

Marigman Road. Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo

How to get there:

Ride a jeep going to Antipolo Sumulong Church and take a tricycle going to the resort. It is near the Galang compound or Roco Farm.

Availability:

  • Day swimming – 7AM to 5PM
  • Night swimming – 7PM to 5AM

For inquiries and reservations:

  • (02) 8695-1806
  • (02) 8661-9011 to 12 or (02) 8695-1807
  • info@bosayresort.com
  • bosayreservation@gmail.com
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2. Antipolo Star Resort

Antipolo Star Resort is a humble but comfortable place for relaxation suitable for those who cannot commit to overnight stays.

Night or day tours are available, but the accommodations take the form of open cottages, where one kubo can house ten people.

Aside from the pools and waterslides, guests can also enjoy the view of Teresa rice fields and Sierra Madre ridges.

Rates and fees:

  • Entrance fee for adults – P200 (day), P220 (night)
  • Entrance fee for children – P180 (day and night)
  • Cottages – P1,500 to P7,800

Address

Sitio Payong, Brgy. Dalig, Antipolo City

How to get there

Find a jeepney going to Sumulong Church and get a tricycle to the resort. It is located along the Provincial highway, beside the entrance of Avida Communities subdivision.

Availability:

  • Day visit – 8AM to 6PM
  • Night Visit – 8PM to 6AM

For inquiries and reservations:

  • (02) 8782-7282, (02) 8782-8284
  • 0999-514-0887 (Smart), 0922-675-3180 (Sun), 0926-639-8434 (Globe)
  • antipolostarresort@gmail.com

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3. Cristina Villas Mountain Resort

Cristina Villas Mountain Resort, as the name suggests, is situated in the mountain-filled Antipolo City. It tags itself as ‘your gateway to the sky’.

The whole resort is built in a mix of Mediterranean and contemporary style designs to give a vibe of coziness and adventure.

Rates and fees:

  • Entrance fees for adults – P200 (daytime), P220 (nighttime), P400 (day and night)
  • Entrance fees for children (3 to 4 feet) – P180 (daytime), P200 (nighttime), P360 (day and night)
  • Cottages and accommodations – P500 to P2,500 (daytime), P600 to P2,700 (nighttime), P1,000 to P5,100 (day and night)

Address:

Sta. Cruz, Taktak Road, Antipolo City

How to get there:

Get into a jeep going to Sumulong Church of Antipolo until you reach Taktak Road. From Taktak Road, hail a tricycle that will take you to the resort.

Availability:

  • Day time – 6AM to 5PM
  • Nighttime – 6AM to 5PM

For inquiries and reservations:

  • (02) 8697-4521
  • 0917-866-4932
  • cristinavillas@fbmgroup.co
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4. Boso Boso Highlands Resort

Boso Boso Highlands Resort is a 10-hectare recreational place that locals love to go to. Its overall simplicity complements the picturesque mountain ranges of the Sierra Madre.

Guests can enjoy their various pools, open spaces for outdoor activities, and accommodation for overnight stays.

Rates and fees:

  • Entrance fee of adults – P200 daytime, P220 nighttime, P450 day and night
  • Entrance fee of children (3 to 4 feet) – P180 nighttime, P200 daytime, P380 day and night
  • Entrance fee of children below four feet – Free
  • Cottages and accommodations – P500 to P11,000 daytime, P500 to P12,000 nighttime, P1,000 to P2,300 day and night

How to get there:

From Cubao, take a jeepney traveling to Sta. Lucia Mall. Take another jeep to Paenan, Antipolo and tell the driver to drop you off at the resort.

Address:

Sitio Cabading, Brgy. San Jose, Antipolo City

Availability:

  • Daytime – 6AM to 5PM
  • Nighttime – 6AM to 5AM

For inquiries and reservations:

  • (02) 401-7535
  • 0998-861-9461
  • bosoboso@fbmgroup.co

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5. Loreland Farm Resort

Dubbed as one of the best resorts in the city, the five-hectare Loreland Farm has swimming pools, fun parks, and function rooms. They also have accommodations with standard rooms, dormitories, villas, and/or casas. It’s a favorite spot for meetings and casual events.

Its location is also ideal since it’s near well-known attractions such as the Antipolo Cathedral-National Shrine, Pinto Art Museum, and Camp Tipolo Adventureland.

Rates and fees:

  • Entrance fee for adults – P250
  • Entrance fee for children below 3 ft – Free
  • Cottages – P600 to P4,500
  • Rooms – P3,500 to P12,000

Address:

Sitio Loreland, Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo City

How to get there:

To get to Loreland, take a jeep to Antipolo Church and get a tricycle to Loreland Farm Resort.

Availability:

  • Check-in – 2PM
  • Check out – 12PM

For inquiries and reservations:

  • (02) 8696-0101 to 03
  • inquiry@loreland.com.ph
  • 0917-835-2000, 0908-873-4220, 0933-866-8887
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6. Mount Purro Nature Reserve

Mount Purro Nature Reserve is a resort and eco-park. It is becoming a popular destination because of the variety of activities they offer.

You can hike Mount Purro and enjoy your stay with the amenities that offer convenience and homey feeling in the middle of the woods. With pools and in-house restaurant, it’s a vacation you surely shouldn’t miss.

Rates and fees:

  • Tent – P750
  • Cottages – P900 to P7,500

Address:

Purok 5, Barangay Calawis, Antipolo City

How to get there:

From Cubao, take a jeep going to Cogeo and from there, ride a jeep going to Paenaan. Alight at Kanto Veterans, and ride another jeep routed to Barangay Calawis. From there, get one more jeep that will take you straight to Mount Puro Nature Reserve.

Availability:

  • Pools, cottages, game room – 7AM to 7PM, Monday to Friday
  • Forest hike – 5:30AM, 8AM, 2PM, and 4PM, Monday to Friday; and 5:30AM, 9:30AM, 2PM, and 4PM, Saturday to Sunday
  • River trek – 9:30AM and 2PM daily
  • Community bonfire – 8:30PM daily
  • Dumagat interaction – 10PM and 4:00PM on Saturday and 10AM on Sunday
  • Mini zipline – 9AM to 11AM, Saturday to Sunday

For inquiries and reservations:

  • 0949-398-1799 (Smart)
  • GNP@mountpurronaturereserve.com
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7. Date and Dine Resort

Date and Dine Residences provides modern amenities for your whole family and friends. All rooms are guaranteed non-smoking, and the entire place offers a relaxing stay.

It also has recreational facilities such as a pool, gym, barbeque area, and Filipino-Italian restaurant. For your convenience, it is close to the Pinto Art Museum and a supermarket.

Rates and fees:

Rooms – P2,500 to P3,500

Address:

Begonia/Verbena Drive (off 7th Avenue) Beverly Hills Subdivision, Antipolo City

How to get there:

From Cubao or Ortigas, ride any of the public transportation going to Taytay. According to their website, Date & Dine Resort is situated in Taytay but the entry to Beverly Hills is in Antipolo. Beverly Hills serves as the border of Antipolo and Taytay.

Availability:

  • Check in – 1 p.m.
  • Check out – 12 NN

For inquiries and reservations:

  • (02) 8571-4122
  • datedineresort@icloud.com
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8. The Citywalk Suites

The Citywalk Suites guarantees comfort and convenience for your staycation. Its location gives you access to cafés, the Casa Museum, and the Garden Hive Events Place, which is a business partner of the Suites.

Rates and fees:

Room rates start at P3,000

Address:

The Citywalk Building, Manuel L. Quezon St. Extension, Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo City

How to get there:

Hop on a jeep going to Sumulong Church. From there, take a tricycle that will bring you to the resort.

Availability:

Open 24/7

For inquiries and reservations:

  • (02) 8954-8607
  • (02) 8584-2301
  • 0917-793-0973
  • 0947-169-1022
  • thecitywalksuitesapartment@gmail.com

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Cattleya Resort Facebook Page

9. Cattleya Resort

Cattleya Resort is a private resort in Antipolo boasting of 19 pools. Each pool has a corresponding house that differs according to the number of rooms and the number of people it can accommodate.

A private house can have around eight to 80 people and the biggest house has a maximum of four rooms and 14 beds. It’s the ideal place for teams, organizations, big groups, and families to have a fun vacation with a view.

Rates and fees:

  • Pools (inclusive of rooms) – P3,500 to 14,000 (day rate), P4,500 to P16,000 (night rate), P8,000 to P30,000 (straight slot)

Address:

Colaique, Sitio Ibabaw, Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo City

How to get there:

From Cubao, Ortigas, or Market Market, hail public transportation going to Antipolo. Get off at the popular Antipolo Sumulong Church and get a trike directly to the resort.

Availability:

  • Day visit – 9AM to 5PM
  • Night visit – 7PM to 7AM
  • Straight slot (day/night) – 9AM to 7AM or 7PM to 5PM

For inquiries and reservations:

  • (02) 8697-0769
  • (02) 8696-5839
  • (02) 8570-3610
  • (02) 8911-4341
  • (02) 8911-4407
  • 0998-163-2946
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10. Luljetta’s Place Garden Suites

Luljetta’s Place Garden Suites is truly one of the best staycation resorts you can find in Antipolo. The highlights are its premiere suites, with local Philippine design and Greek style.

Indulge in their jacuzzi, lap pools, and fish spa pool. The resort also stands near the Hanging Garden Spa, Luljetta’s Café, and Loreland Farm Resort.

Rates and fees:

  • Accommodation – P4,000 to P14,000
  • Day tour packages – P1,150 to P1,170

Address:

Sitio Loreland, Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo City

How to get there:

Take a public vehicle to Antipolo Church. Upon reaching the church, take a tricycle to the resort. Luljetta’s Place Garden Suites is inside Loreland Farm Resort and should not be confused with Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens Spa.

Availability:

  • Check-in – 2PM
  • Check out – 12NN

For inquiries and reservations:

  • (02) 8534-2517 loc. 116
  • (02) 8633-3494
  • 0917-173-2517
  • reservations@luljettas.com

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Image Source: Altaroca Mountain Resort Facebook Page

11. Altaroca Mountain Resort

Altaroca Mountain Resort offers as a great venue for weddings, reunions, birthdays, and corporate events.

As part of the World City Group of Companies, its modern facilities guarantee convenience, with an in-house restaurant serving Asian cuisine, and 41 rooms decorated in cozy pastel colors with inspirational murals.

Rates and fees:

Room accommodations start at P7,000

Address:

Taktak Road, Bankers Village, Brgy. Sta. Cruz, Antipolo City

How to get there:

From Cubao, ride a jeepney routed to the Antipolo Sumulong Church and alight at Taktak road. Take a tricycle to bring you to the resort.

Availability:

  • Check-in: 2PM
  • Check out: 12NN

For inquiries and reservations:

  • (02) 8661-6834
  • (02) 8913-8398
  • reservations@altaroca.com.ph
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12. Tyvo Resort

This private resort in Antipolo, nestled by the mountainside and close to the Pinto Art Museum, may just be the best choice for your staycation.

Rates and fees:

  • Day use – P9,000
  • Night use – P12,000
  • Whole day use – P25,000

Address:

Blk 16 Lt 9 Mt. Banahaw St, Grand Heights Subdivision, Antipolo City

How to get there:

From Farmer’s Plaza, take any public vehicle going to Sumulong Church of Antipolo. Get into a tricycle going to the resort for P50.

Availability:

  • Day use – 9AM to 5PM
  • Night use – 7PM to 7AM
  • Whole day use – 9AM to 7AM or 7PM to 5PM

For inquiries and reservations:

  • 0927-966-5597 (SMS only)

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