Visited this majestic place last month. The commute here was not that complicated as what we read through online blogs. Probably because it is now famous and a lot of people are excited to be in this place.
First of, we road a bus from Pasay, Genesis Liner bound to Balanga, Bataan. This travel took us about 2 – 3 hours. Then at Balanga Terminal, you may ride a Jeepney going straight to Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. Fare is 70 pesos. This travel time took us about half an hour. If you have more questions about the place, send me an email. 🙂
Let me show you photos I took during the trip.
When we get there around 11am. We asked if we can have an early check-in. They informed us that it is not possible as all the rooms will be available by 2pm. So, don’t expect for an early check-in. I guess it’s always a busy day.
It took us about an hour to register. Why? Because they do it manually. They do not have computers here. We did the reservation through their website.
Out hotel building for a night. The hallway was muddy since it’s located beach front. There was no concierge. No one will welcome you or will direct you where your room location is.
Beach area. Black sand, Rip Currents
– Volleyball cost 100 per hour.
I really enjoyed the complimentary breakfast though.
So, I know this post is long overdue. I just wanted you to check out the photos for you to see if it is worth a visit. But for me, it’s definitely a big yes. Shoot me an email if you have questions. 🙂