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Facts about Antipolo

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1 Properties
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Villa Elisha - A Forest Hideaway
Popular Landmark
Ynares Center, Pinto Art Museum

Guest Reviews from Villa in Antipolo

462 reviews from villa in Antipolo with aggregated rating of 8.2/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Antipolo will help you to choose the perfext villa easily!
Pin B.
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18 Oct 2020
We had a great time staying in Luljetta’s Place Garden Suites. The place itself is very relaxing specially the Hanging Garden Spa. It’s worth the price. Highly recommended.
Michelle O.
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12 Jun 2023
Very accommodating staff. Facilities are ok. Will come back again.
Josephine R.
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13 Nov 2019
Poor Management, before I book in app the receptionist told me that it's okay to take photos. But upon check in there they want to fine me 10,000 pesos because taking photos are not allowed in hotel. Can I demand refund on this. :(
Karen P.
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22 Mar 2024
They charge us 3k more to upgrade to one big bed and the room is not good.
Mary J. P.
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10 Jun 2019
Staff are friendly and accommodating. Nice ambience.
Arlyn A. P.
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31 Jan 2021
such a nice place, Clean area. The staff are very accommodating. Will definitely go back.
Lidia Widati Gunadi
19 Feb 2020
When I arrived at the hotel the gate was closed and the hotel used only several lamp. I was shock. Actually this hotel was closed and under renovation. We were the only guest there. Very poor. They haven't tell us before if they are closed. I never have this bad experienced before.
Jenny R. S.
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12 Jul 2019
For the price paid, not worth it. No ref, no coffee bar, no iron, just bed, small tv, aircon and that's it.
Michael F.
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10 Apr 2021
Great and approachable front desk officers.

Most commonly asked questions in Antipolo

How many Villa are listed in Antipolo?

Currently, there are around 1 Villa that you can book in Antipolo


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The city of Antipolo stands high on a Plateau about 25 kilometers east of Metro Manila. The city, which perfectly mixes urban and rural charm, is famous for offering some of the best views of the cities below. But for the Antipolo resident, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The air is cool on most nights because of its elevation, making it the perfect place to retreat during the holidays. Amidst the slopes and twisting roads are numerous resorts, quaint cafes, and delicious hole-in-the-walls. Despite becoming more and more developed through the years, Antipolo hasn’t lost its laid-back charm. The grass is still greener and nature still prevails. If you’re looking for a quick trip, then look no further.

Why book an Antipolo Villa?

Whether you’re staying overnight or for a couple of days, Antipolo villas are always the more comfortable option. Villas offer all the comforts and amenities of a hotel room with the added bonus of space. Unlike the typical hotel room, which doesn’t offer much beyond a bed and perhaps a small seating area, villas would have a separate living area for lounging, and possibly even a kitchen and dining area. Having space beyond the bedroom is especially important for large groups or for guests who are planning to stay for multiple nights.


Choosing to rent a villa is usually more affordable than booking multiple rooms in a hotel. This also means that coordinating trips around the city is easier because everyone is staying in one place.

Types of Villas

If you’re planning a trip to Antipolo and don’t know yet where to stay, villas should be one of your top choices. Here are some villa types to consider:


  • Villas with view - Antipolo villas that offer overlooking views of the city are one of the preferred choices for travelers. Seeing the twinkling lights at night from the comforts of your bedroom or from a balcony will be one of the best parts of your trip. If you’re planning for a romantic staycation, then there is no better option.
  • Villas with pools - Water lovers will be happy to know that Antipolo has quite a lot of resorts. Booking a villa with a pool could either mean your villa’s doors open up to the shared resort pool or you have a private one of your own. Either way villas with pools are always a great choice.

  • Destination Attractions & Activities

    If you only have a day or two to spare in the city of Antipolo here are some of the activities and attractions you can’t miss:

    Hinulugang Taktak Antipolo

  • Immerse yourself in art and nature - If you only have one place to visit during your trip, many would suggest Pinto Art Museum. Primarily created to showcase both modern and indigenous art, the property itself, with its sprawling gardens and stark white walls, is a destination all on its own. Inside you’ll find all forms of art from sculptures to paintings and interesting objects. They even have a restaurant called Cafe Rizal that offers a wide selection of dishes.
  • Visit Hinulugang Taktak - This 12-meter high waterfall is located within a national park and is considered one of Antipolo’s most famous landmarks. What’s best is that you neither have to hike or go through rough terrain to see it. Families, seniors, and anyone is welcome.
  • Go cafe hopping - Antipolo is dotted with dozens of pretty cafes with Instagram-worthy interiors great for dates, study sessions, and of course, coffee. One of the more popular ones is Crescent Moon Cafe, which sells all kinds of decorative items and even hosts workshops.

  • How to get around

    Since Antipolo is highly urbanized, getting around is pretty easy. There are tricycles, jeepneys, and shuttles to take you around pretty much anywhere. Commuting to Antipolo is also fairly easy as there are UV express transport that offer routes straight to Antipolo Church. A trip from Makati to Antipolo will take you around one hour to two hours depending on traffic.

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