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Primary image Luxury Villa at Mariveles Bataan, Philippines, Ph

Luxury Villa at Mariveles Bataan, Philippines, Ph

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Mariveles, Bataan
When you stay at this villa in Mariveles, you'll be 4 minutes by foot from Camaya Coast Beach. This villa is 6.3 mi (10.1 km) from Lusong Beach and 11.4 mi (18.4 km) from Freeport Area of Bataan.
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Enriquez Lodge

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Limay, Bataan
When you stay at Enriquez Lodge in Limay, you'll be 30.7 mi (49.4 km) from Camaya Coast Beach. This lodge is within the region of Manila Bay.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Transient Place in Bataan (with pool)
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Total Accommodation
3 Properties
Popular City
Orion, Mariveles
Popular Hotel
Luxury Villa at Mariveles Bataan, Philippines, Ph, Enriquez Lodge
Popular Landmark
St. Joseph's Cathedral, Philippine-Japanese Friendship Tower

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666 reviews from villa in Bataan with aggregated rating of 8.4/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Bataan will help you to choose the perfext villa easily!
Juna d.
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16 Feb 2024
Its like going back to spanish era. The restorations of old houses are amazing. Room should be add more lightings. But overall the place is perfect for balikbayan and foreign guests who want to capture the old philippines.
Sean C. D. C. L.
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22 Aug 2023
I don't normally post reviews but I really had a great time here. Also, the staffs are very welcoming and accomodating. The rooms are very clean and great room service, new towels and set of toiletries every day. Breakfast buffet also has a lot of options and were very good.
Franky L.
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21 Dec 2020
Nice place to stay but sad that the LGU is very strict... Spacious, well maintained and very clean room. Fast wifi, high quality bed and friendly staff... breakfast can not be served at the restaurant and that makes the experience sad
Theresa A.
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30 Jan 2020
Enjoyed our stay. Appreciate the on-time opening of the cafe, as it allowed us to catch our early appointment.
Jan F. P.
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30 Dec 2018
We asked for our room to be made up as we left. We returned to a messy room.
Shao C.
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6 Sep 2022
Thank you Gap! It was a nice stay!
Arraveug N.
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5.8
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12 Sep 2019
The lights of bathroom is not functioning and it seems not clean
Teo J. J.
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13 Jan 2024
The stuff are friendly and helpful. The room is clean. The view is beautiful.
ANDRIAN G.
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10 Jan 2020
This hotel has a good location and their room was good but me and my wife feel so itchy with their bed. It feels like something is biting and got some rashes. Hope they change their beddings and change it every time there will be a guest. I hope I have an ultraviolet light that day so I can see what is lurking under that mattress.

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How many Villa are listed in Bataan?

Currently, there are around 3 Villa that you can book in Bataan

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Just a two to three-hour drive coming from the northern part of Metro Manila, Bataan is another can’t-miss, yet pretty underrated road trip destination. The province, which is still encapsulated by Central Luzon, has seen some of the most significant and storied parts of Philippine history -- the Battle of Bataan, and the Death March. While these moments in history aren’t exactly joyous, Bataan has flourished to become a tranquil paradise. Nature lovers will find mountains to climb and lots of green terrain to explore, while history buffs have a lot to learn during their trip. Visit Bataan to escape the typical tourist traps and enjoy traveling just as it should be -- no filters, just views.


Why book a Bataan Villa?

Bataan Villas are built to be your home away from home during your trip. Since your itinerary will likely be filled to the brim, you will want a comfortable place to retreat to after a long day. Unlike renting a hotel room, villas will give you the luxury of added space, which is especially important if you are traveling with a large group.

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Instead of booking multiple rooms, renting a villa allows you to stay in one place. This makes it easier for families with young children, who in hotels, end up squeezing in one bedroom.

Villa rentals in Bataan are also ideal for guests who are looking to stay for a couple of days. There will be enough room for storage as well as more areas to hang out and lounge beyond the bedroom. While there’s no doubting the comforts offered by smaller accommodation types, longer stays will require more space.


Types of Villas

Depending on where you choose to stay, accommodations will typically offer different villa types to suit your needs and requirements. If you haven’t decided on your villa type of choice, here are some options to consider:

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  • Villas with Mountain Views - One of the highlights of Bataan is its mountainous terrain, and waking up to that view will always take your breath away. Villas that offer views of the peaks of Mt. Marivels and Mt. Narib is one of the top choices. These villas could also feature balconies where you can enjoy your meals with the most wonderful backdrop.
  • Family Villas - Family villas are built for large groups. These would come with multiple rooms, a large common area, and multiple spaces for lounging. Booking a family villa eliminates the hassle of having to request for extra cots and squeeze in. Most villas will also come with a kitchen area in case you decide to prepare your own meals.

  • Destination Attractions & Activities

    The beauty of Bataan lies in its secrecy, unlike the likes of Tagaytay and other more famous weekend destinations, the inexperienced traveler will not know what to expect during their visit. If you have yet to unlock the beauty and the stories found in Bataan, here are a few tips to get your started:

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  • Go back in time at Las Casa Filipinas de Acuzar - The past comes back to life through the 18th century collection of Hispanic-era homes in Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. The homes and structures found in the property all have a story to tell. One of the most notable structures is the Hotel de Oriente, which once welcomed Dr. Jose Rizel in room 22. The resort/museum regularly hosts tours and is also available for photoshoots. Guests are also welcome to stay the night and catch interesting performances during weekends.
  • Visit the World War II Museum - What is particularly interesting about this World War museum is that tours are offered by those who experience the war firsthand. If you’re lucky, your tour guide will tell you all about their personal experiences during the Japanese invasion while you view the artifacts and remnants from the past.
  • Stand on the Zero Kilometer Market - The Zero Kilometer Marker marks the beginning of the Bataan Death March which happened in March 1942. From this starting point, Filipino and American soldiers were forced to walk all the way to Tarlac to face their eventual execution.

  • How to get around

    Many major bus liners offer rides from Metro Manila to Bataan such as Victory Liner and Genesis. The trip will take approximately three hours. Another option to consider is to take the Manila-Bataan Ferry, where you can board from the Esplanade Seaside Terminal in Manila. The Ferry docks in Port Capinpin, Bataan. Travel time view land is about three hours, while it only takes an hour via Ferry.

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