Top Ten Resorts in Bulacan: List of Bulacan Resorts, Swimming Pools, Private Resorts, and Restaurants
Wouldn’t you know the vacation season is already knocking on our doorsteps—it’s summertime once again! And what better way is there to spend the hot vacation than to stay in a place with everything you’ll ever ask for this summer? Below are the top 20 resorts in Bulacan, Philippines, that will make your dream holiday a reality.
#1. Hotel Masfino
Hotel Masfino (book online)
Address: Coral na Bato, San Rafael, Bulacan
Phone: (02) 542 9537
If you’re in for a twist in your vacation this summer, then Hotel Masfino is the place to see. The hotel not only offers your classic swimming pool, but it also has a Lap Pool, a Raging River, a Biking and Dune Buggy Trail, and more. There’s also a relaxing spa to laze around in. As for rooms to stay in, you can choose between a Deluxe and a Suite. One of the most recommended resorts in Bulacan Province.
#2. Alessandra Garden Resort Hotel
Alessandra Garden Resort Hotel (book online)
Address: Albatross, Meycauayan City, 3020 Bulacan
Phone: (044) 782 8938
The Italian-inspired rooms of Alessandra Garden Resort Hotel will leave you speechless. Rooms are complete with amenities that include hot water, mini-refrigerators, and wireless internet connection. You may also choose to hold some events here as the area is very accommodating.
#3. Pacific Waves Resort
Pacific Waves Resort (book now)
Address: 3023 San Jose del Monte, Bulacan, San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan
Phone: 0917 833 3144
You may stay in a Deluxe, Premium, or Executive-type room at Pacific Waves Resort. This resort is best known for its pavilions, where various events can be held. Pool rates vary.
#4. DJ Paradise Hotel
DJ Paradise Hotel (book now)
Address: Mc Arthur Highway Dakila Malolos Bulacan
Phone: (044) 791 5129
If it’s an awesome wave pool you’re looking for, then you shouldn’t miss out on DJ Paradise Hotel. Rooms range from a Hotel Room to an Apartelle-type which could accommodate 18 people—perfect for your friends. The in-house restaurant serves Filipino dishes.
#5. St. Agatha Resort
St. Agatha Resort (book now)
Address: Malolos, 3015 Bulacan
Live near the poolside of St. Agatha Resort. Pool rates vary, and as for the rooms, you may choose to rent air-conditioned cottages that could accommodate up to 10 persons, or you may choose to stay in a Superior Room if you don’t like the classical nipa hut all too much. One of the most relaxing resorts in Bulacan for friends and family gatherings.
#6. Villa del Carmen Resort and Restaurant
Villa del Carmen Resort and Restaurant (book now)
Address: Capihan, San Rafael, Bulacan, Kalsadang bago, San Rafael, Bulacan
Phone: (044) 546 7016
Hours: Open today · 8:00 am – 12:00 am
It has three pools on the one hand and Donato’s Grill on the other—the perfect combination to complete your dream summer vacation.
#7. Klir Waterpark Resort
Klir Waterpark Resort (book online)
Address: Kabilang Bakood, Guiguinto, Bulacan
Phone:(044) 892 0227
The pool waters of Klir Waterpark Resort are guaranteed to keep you cool this summer, and its rooms, which are all air-conditioned, guarantee you a good night’s sleep. Klir Waterpark Resort also offers catering services.
#8. Bahay ni Kuya Resort Bulacan
Bahay ni Kuya Resort (check rates)
Address: 214 Nia Road, Malolos, 3000 Bulacan
Phone:(044) 893 0001
Bahay ni Kuya Resort in Bulacan is one of those places that can attract both children and adults. Its fun atmosphere is inviting, and the rooms overlook the stylish pool. Bahay ni Kuya Resort accepts reservations for birthday parties, outings, and more.
#9. Sir Nico Guesthouse and Resort
Sir Nico Guesthouse and Resort (check rates)
Address: 277 Purok 4 Dampol Plaridel, Bulacan, Plaridel, 3004 Bulacan
Phone: 0916 694 5890
Sir Nico Guesthouse is a vacation house you can stay in this summer. The three bedrooms offered are all comfy and clean. The home is spacious and well-maintained, and amenities include a swimming pool and a leisure room.
#10. Lawiswis Kawayan Garden Resort and Spa
Lawiswis Kawayan Garden Resort and Spa (check rates)
Address: 402 Brgy. Buguion, Calumpit Bulacan
Call: +632 425 9715
If it’s the classics you’re looking for, then you should stay at Lawiswis Kawayan Garden Resort and Spa. The ambiance here is incomparably relaxing, far from the busy streets. Cottages are for rent on the poolside, and you may also stay overnight in its air-conditioned rooms.
#11. Hidden Sanctuary in Marilao Bulacan
Address: M. Villarica Rd, Camansi Prenza 1, Marilao, 3019 Bulacan
Phone: (044) 913 0493
Hidden Sanctuary is not exactly hidden because it has a sign and pennant up the wazoo pointing the way. At first glance, it looks just like any wayside resort, fronted by a so-so resto-grill where bands rip up the airwaves every afternoon. However, once you get into the resort, it is a different story. It has two huge wave pools! They also have a kiddie pool for the, well, kiddies. It is a great place if you want fun getting wet, and the day tour is a reasonable PhP70 per adult. You can rent nipa huts or cabanas for groups of up to 30 people if you like, or if you are staying the night, there are hotel rooms for as little as PhP 2,000 for two people with breakfast. Is it the epitome of elegance? It is no Waldorf Astoria, but it is clean, the food is good, and the service is friendly.
#12. Grass Garden Resort and Villas in Plaridel Bulacan
Location: Sipat, Plaridel, Bulacan
If you like a little more low-key and relaxing, The Grass Garden is a good choice. A bit pricier at PhP 200 per head for a day tour, but that is the only drawback. It has a pool like most Vulacan resorts, yes, but it also has a billiard hall, videoke areas, and a basketball court. Cottages go for PhP 300, and the “mini-hotel” rooms for PhP2,500, are good for six people. It is ideal for company, barkada, and family outings. They also accept reservations for functions.
#13. Jeds Island Resort in Calumpit Bulacan
Address: MacArthur Hwy, Calumpit, Bulacan
Phone:(044) 675 1652
On the other hand, if you want to go overboard with the pools and let the kids get all crazy, Jeds is your best bet for Bulacan resorts. It has 11 swimming pools, 2 hanging bridges (hold on to the little ones!), fishing, boating, and horseback riding! Day swimming is PhP150 per head, cabanas at PhP300 up, and air-conditioned rooms for overnighters are PhP2,500 for two people. It is just weird they don’t have a website.
#14. Sitio Antonio Wavepool Resort in Pandi Bulacan
Location: Bagong Barrio, Pandi, Bulacan
Mobile: 0933 245 2292
It seems the wave pools are all the rave in Bulacan, and this resort is right up there on the bandwagon. However, Sitio Antonio also has a zip line, raging river, jacuzzi, and Lolong (not the actual giant crocodile!) slide. It is a fun place to visit, and they often have promotions for families and large groups. They even offer their venue free for functions. Day swimming is PhP200 per person and upwards of PhP700 for cottages. No swimming is allowed between 2am and 8am because that is when they clean all those pools.
#15. Villa Concepcion Wet And Wild Waves in Pandi Bulacan
Address: Barangay Masuso, Pandi, Pandi, Bulacan
Phone:(044) 661 8888
Also in Pandi is another “wet and wild” resort with 7 pools, including one big-ass (2,000 sq meters!) wave pool and three with slides, and facilities for videoke, fishing, boating, biking, and playing basketball. Kiddies will probably want to climb up the tree houses or gawk at the mini zoo, while the adults relax in the open-air pavilion. It would make a great venue for a family reunion or company outing. Day rates are at PhP200 per head, but no swimming between 5 and 7 pm, which is when they clean the pools. Good to know.
#16. 8 Waves Waterpark and Resort in San Rafael Bulacan
Address: Doña Remedios Trinidad Hwy, San Rafael, 3008 Bulacan
The “Eight” 8 Waves Waterpark and Hotel touts itself as “Bulacan’s First Name in Waterparks,” maybe because it was established in 1998 or thereabouts. It doesn’t actually have eight wave pools as you might imagine, but it does have one that is big enough to make up for it. At 2,788.52 sq. meters, the main wave pool is one of the largest in Asia and the Philippines, and we are not talking about little waves, either. Waves can get so high that it literally knocks you off your feet. You also get the Noah’s Ark slide for the kiddies, a lap pool, three Hydro-jet bubble pools, and Safari Pools with Slides, and Neptune’s Diner for your foodies. Adults pay PhP200 for a day of swimming from Monday to Thursday, but waves and bubbles are only available from Friday to Sunday when the rates are PhP250.
#17. Amana Waterpark in Pandi Bulacan
Location: Pandi Bulacan
If you want a taste of luxury, you should try Amana waterpark. It has an even bigger-ass wave pool (3,500 sq meters!) and features 13 different kinds of waves, including the formidable “Tsunami” wave. If wet is not your style, you can try horseback riding, go to the picnic grove, ride the Super Maxrider (PhP80 per ride), or, scare yourself on the zipline (PhP100, only available on Saturday and Sunday). The resort also has more than 100 life-size figures all over the park if you are into selfies (who isn’t?). Day swimming is PhP250 a head, but you only get to enjoy the waves from Monday to Friday if there are at least 50 people in the park. Best to go on Saturday and Sunday when there is no minimum headcount. Cottages are from PhP 600 up and rooms are PhP2,800 for two people.
#18. Cool Waves Ranch and Waterpark Resort in Bulakan Bulacan
Book Online via Agoda
Address: Libo Street, Barangay San Nicolas
Telephone: (044) 792 2870
Cool Waves is in the middle of a rice field, so it is a cozy little place to relax and enjoy in. True to the area, it has two wave pools, but the nicest thing about this particular resort is the beautiful sunrise. The service is also good. While it is not hotel quality, it is cheerful and friendly, which if you just want to de-stress is a lot more effective. You might also want to try out the Fresh Water Helmet Diving and Fish Spa, just for the heck of it. Daytime swimming is PhP180, and you can stay overnight for as little as PhP400 if you don’t mind an open cottage. Air-conditioned rooms for up to 6 people is PhP 2,000 (Attic Room).
#19. Sitio Lucia Garden Resort Hotel in Sta. Maria Bulacan
Address: Km. 40 Fidel de Jesus St., Pulong Buhangin, Sta. Maria 3020
Phone:(044) 641 1046
This is a Jurassic-themed resort sure to give your kids a good first impression. However, the resort caters more to companies for training, team building, and company events than family outings. You can still have a good time away from work with their six themed pools, game room, billiards, and KTV. You can even enjoy a set of volleyball or badminton if you feel like it. Rates are quite reasonable with day swimming at PhP150 per head and air-conditioned cabana rooms good for 6 people for PhP1,200. Hotel rooms go for PhP2,800 good for two (includes entrance fee and breakfast).
#20. Villa Lorenzo Resort in Pulilan Bulacan
Location: Pulilan, Philippines
Telephone: (044) 676-1400 SUN (0932-8584552)
Villa Lorenzo is unexpectedly nice because the amenities sound quite humdrum. It has 4 pools (2 for adults, 2 for kiddies), a restaurant, and not much else. What the website does not show is that it has a rocking stage right by the largest pool. Pool parties can go on all night! The resort invites kickass DJs to rev up the mood, and the light show is fantastic. For company outings, barkada nights, and family reunions, this is the best of the Bulacan resorts on the list.
These Bulacan Resorts all have one thing in common: pools. Some are more suitable than others for certain purposes. Hopefully, this list of the top 20 places for your next resort experience in 2023 can help you choose the right one.
How about you? What are your favorite hotels and resorts in Bulacan?
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