10 Resorts in Zambales Where You Can Work Remotely

You can literally run to the beach right after a boring meeting.

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(SPOT.ph) Lucky enough to be working remotely but already tired of being stuck at home all the time? If you are craving a change of scenery for more inspired work hours, Zambales has properties that offer long-term stays. The province is blessed with an abundance of nature—from a rugged coastline to verdant mountains—which you can enjoy without straying too far away from the Metro.

Also read: 10 Beach Destinations Where You Can Work Remotely

Here are 10 resorts in Zambales that offer promos and discounts if you’re staying long-term:

Kwentong Dagat

Kwentong Dagat
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Sitio Liwliwa, San Felipe, Zambales
E-mail: info@kwentongdagat.com
www.kwentongdagat.com
Rates start at P25,000/half-a-month

Kwentong Dagat is a quaint beach resort hidden away in a sleepy fishing village. This vegan-friendly establishment serves 100% plant-based dishes. It keeps to a provincial theme with its nipa cottages and structures that blend well with the surrounding nature. The resort also has activities for both mind and body like yoga, muay thai, and jiu jitsu.

Long-term stays in their abaca room with an en suite bathroom are at P35,000/month or P25,000/half-a-month. Its inclusions are unli-pass to yoga classes, WiFi, regulated use of air conditioning, basic toiletries, weekly housekeeping, daily beach access, and discounts on food and drinks. Laundry services are not part of the package.

The Nest by the Sea

The Nest by the Sea
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Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo, Zambales
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Rates start at P40,000/month

The Nest by the Sea is a group of old houses in Subic Bay that have been transformed into lovely vacation homes. Owned by two artists, it comes as no surprise that their accommodations have a distinct creative vibe. Their 16 properties range from loft-style studios to a teepee-shaped rental right smack in the middle of a garden. The owners abide by an eco-friendly ethos so you would not see a lot of single-use items in any of their listings. Amenities include a common library where you can borrow books and a swimming pool if you are looking for a quick dip after work.

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Their monthly rates range from P40,000 to P150,000 depending on the size of the unit and the number of guests.

Sandy Toes

Sandy Toes Beach Camp
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Purok 3, Barangay Beneg, Botolan, Zambales
Contact: 0912-224-7233
E-mail: sandytoesbeachcamp@gmail.com
www.sandytoesbeachcamp.com
Rates start at P9,000/week

Owned by two teachers, Sandy Toes Beach Camp is a resort that promises an affordable, but upgraded camping experience by the beach. It’s recommended for those looking for a place to work that is far from the chaos of the city but just a few meters from the sea.

They have a long-term stay promo with a Camping Kubo (double-sized bed and camp table) at P9,000/week or P20,000/month, while a Cozy Kubo (queen-sized bed and patio with two camp chairs) will set you back P18,000/week or P50,000/month. They have common restrooms, shower stalls, and a fully-equipped kitchen. There are shaded huts by the beach and parking spaces.

Homebase Hostel

Homebase Hostel
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Sitio Liwliwa, San Felipe, Zambales
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Rates start at P6,000/week

Homebase Hostel is a laid-back resort by the beach that offers both rooms and tents. No frills and straightforward, the hostel is nonetheless homey with an accommodating staff. The management follows a strict CLAYGO (Clean As You Go) principle where guests are expected to clean up after themselves.

They offer daily, weekly, and monthly rates specifically for those working remotely. The Kubo, which can fit two guests, costs P6,000/week; while the Bunk Bed Room for up to three is at Php2,500/week/head. They also have a Gazebo for up to six persons for Php2,500/night. Inclusions for all room types are fans, common showers and toilets, filtered drinking water, common dining and working area, and use of the kitchen and refrigerator.

The hostel does not offer cooked meals but allows the use of their kitchen. Cooking fee is Php300/month or 50php/day for short-term stays.

Playa Papagayo Beach Inn

Playa Papagayo
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Olongapo City, Zambales
Contact: 0968-308-2149
E-mail: reservations@playapapagayo.net
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Rates start at P40,000/month

For scenic views of Subic Bay while working, Plaza Papagayo Beach Inn is a good option for remote work. The resort offers recreational activities like snorkeling, banana boat ride, kayaking, and jet skiing, ideal for those days when work is not too demanding. The property is also known for its 62-year-old restaurant which specializes in Mexican cuisine.

Long-term stays are at P40,000/month for a Superior Room and P45,000/month for an Executive Room. Both kinds of rooms are for a maximum of three guests. Cooking is not allowed as well as bringing outside food and drinks.

Haven Campsite Liwliwa

Haven Campsite
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Sitio Liwliwa, San Felipe, Zambales
Contact: 0905-251-5038
E-mail: beachhavencampsite@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/havencampsiteliwliwa
Rates are at 20% off for month-long stays

Haven Campsite Liwliwa is known for its signature teepee huts behind rows of pine trees that have grown on sand. These huts for two are spruced up with fairy lights and dreamweavers. The property also makes for a fun picnic and camping ground with family and friends. They have an in-house Korean-Filipino restaurant and a Tiki Bar.

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They offer 10% off their regular rates for a week of stay and 20% off for those staying for a month. Bringing outside drinks will set you back a corkage fee of P1,000, however, outside food is allowed.

Point Break

Point Break
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Sitio Liwliwa, San Felipe, Zambales
Contact: 0917-157-7697
E-mail: pointbreakliwa@gmail.com
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Rates start at P350/night for long-term stays

Just a stone’s throw away from the beach is Point Break Liwa, a great option if you want to work remotely and surf after the day’s deadlines have been met. It has a total of 32 beds divided into four co-ed dorm-style rooms with common showers. There is free WiFi at all common areas and bringing your furry pals is allowed.

They currently have special rates for long-term stays: P350/night for a non-airconditioned room with a fan and P550/night for air-conditioned ones.

Waikoloa Hotel and Beach Resort

Waikoloa
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Olongapo-Bugallon Road, Felmida Diaz, Cabangan, Zambales
E-mail: info@waikoloaresorts.com
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Rates are at 40% off on weekdays

If you wish to work with the mountains as your backdrop and the sea as your daily view, Waikoloa Hotel and Beach Resort might be up your alley. Located in the municipality of Cabangan, this property affords guests a relaxing stay and exciting activities at the same time. If you are done with the day’s deadlines, you can take a dip at the beach or go jet skiing or trekking. The resort also offers massage services to cap off a stressful day.

They are at 40% off on accommodations and 20% off on food during weekdays, inclusive of P1,250 consumable/head/night for food and drinks. It is a pet-friendly resort. Outside food and drinks are not allowed.

Promised Land Beach Resort

Promised Land
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Sitio Liwliwa, San Felipe, Zambales
Contact: 0926-685-4006 or 0907-038-1470
E-mail: info@promisedlandbeachresort.com
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Rates start at P3,300/night for long-term stays

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Promised Land Beach Resort is a slice of paradise waiting for you in the town of Liwliwa. Guests are in for a wide array of activities, including surfing, camping, beach volleyball, and videoke–perfect for when work ends. The family-owned resort is also home to Liwliwa ATV Adventure where visitors can hop on an ATV for P1,000 for 45 minutes.

For long-term stays, they have rooms for P3,300/night for two guests inclusive of free breakfast.

Crystal Beach Resort

Crystal Beach Resort
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La Paz, San Narciso, Zambales
Contact: 0915-008-7625 or 0939-271-4279
E-mail: crystalbeachresort@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/crystalbeachresort
Rates start at P14,400/month

Located at a secluded corner in the town of San Narciso, Crystal Beach Resort is ideal for those looking for a peaceful place to work remotely. They have kubo-style accommodations for overnight stays or you can also rent out one of their tents for camping.

Crystal Beach has a work-from-beach package for rooms that are good for one or two guests. Room rates for one range from P14,400 to P14,800 a month, while those good for two cost between P24,000 and P30,800. Among the inclusions are the electricity fee and use of the common working space and kitchen. Guests must bring their own plates and cutleries.

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