Fun Places to Stay in Antipolo If You're Bored of the Usual
For your next weekend road trip.
(SPOT.ph) Antipolo City in Rizal is one of the most accessible destinations from Metro Manila. Just a few hours away, it promises a respite to weekend travelers who just want to get close to nature, hang out with their family in a private villa, or play some fun outdoor games with their friends. Planning to head to Antipolo soon? Here are accommodations
Check out these places to stay in Antipolo, Rizal:
Timmy in the Woods
3 Mount Everest Avenue, Goldenhills Subdivision, Antipolo
Rates start at P26,000
Timmy in the Woods opened to the public in January 2018, and has since become a crowd favorite for photo shoots, weddings and debuts, and weekend getaways. The two-floor villa has an air-conditioned room with a queen-sized bed, a bunk room with three double decks, a living room with sofa beds, and a work station for when you can’t leave your deadlines behind. It can accommodate 15 to 20 people.
Luljetta's Hanging Gardens Spa
Sitio Loreland, San Roque, Antipolo
Packages start at P6,000
Dubbed the first and only hanging garden spa in the Philippines, Luljetta's Hanging Gardens Spa has everything you need for a relaxing weekend. You can take advantage of their pocket gardens and meditation lounge to destress. If you want to avail of their spa services, make sure to place a reservation three days before your trip.
Sitio Panlilingan, Pestaño Farm Road, Antipolo
Rates start at P790/head
This eco-adventure mountain resort owned by the Pestaño family offers a home to nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. It was based on the vision of the late Ensign Philip Andrew A. Pestaño, P.N., who wanted a sprawling farm built with military-grade obstacle courses that anyone—even non-military guests—can use for teambuilding activities.
Seven Suites Hotel Observatory
Block 1 Lot 2 Hollywood Hills Subdivision, Sumulong Highway, Antipolo
Rates start at P4,000
Seven Suites Hotel Observatory lets you enjoy breathtaking views of the Metro from its location up in the mountain ridges of Rizal. It is also home to the country’s fourth largest telescope—this means you can do a bit of stargazing during your stay.