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"Just a couple of hours away from Manila, Subic offers a nice change of scenery from the hectic city life. There’s Zoobic Safari where you can get up close with tigers and feed crocodiles. Meanwhile, experience some thrilling rides at the Tree Top Adventure. You can also check out the Subic Beach Boardwalk, which is lined with hotels and good restaurants. Subic is also a popular diving site in the Philippines with 19 diving wreck sites."

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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Whiterock Beach Hotel and Waterpark

Whiterock Beach Hotel and Waterpark

Resorts
Matain, Subic Bay
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Club Morocco Beach Resort and Country Club

Club Morocco Beach Resort and Country Club

Resorts
Pamatawad, Subic Bay
Impressive
8.8
(16 Reviews)
Nice place for break day with family
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Wild Orchid Beach Resort Zambales

Wild Orchid Beach Resort Zambales

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Subic Bay, Subic
Convenient
8.1
(45 Reviews)
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SWIMMING_POOL Subic Waterfront View Resort

Subic Waterfront View Resort

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Santo Tomas, Subic Bay
Convenient
7.7
(61 Reviews)
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Foto utama Treasure Island Resort

Treasure Island Resort

Resorts
Subic Bay, Subic
With a stay at Treasure Island Resort in Olongapo (Barretto), you'll be steps from Baloy Beach and a 4-minute drive from Subic Bay. This beach resort is 4.4 mi (7.2 km) from SM City Olongapo and 15 mi (24.2 km) from Zoobic Safari.
Convenient
7.2
(9 Reviews)
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RESTAURANT Harley's Pub and Hotel

Harley's Pub and Hotel

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Subic Bay, Subic
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BEDROOM Subiza Beach Resort

Subiza Beach Resort

Resorts
Subic Bay, Subic
Impressive
8.3
(36 Reviews)
Staffs are friendly and very kind. Foods are good and affordable.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING OYO 869 Jnv Dream Hotel

OYO 869 Jnv Dream Hotel

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Matain, Subic Bay
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Primary image Qali Home

Qali Home

Apartments
Subic Bay, Subic
Located in Olongapo (Barretto), this apartment is within a 10-minute drive of Subic Bay and SM City Olongapo. This apartment is 15.2 mi (24.5 km) from Zoobic Safari and 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Baloy Beach.
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Primary image Amanentez Olongapo

Amanentez Olongapo

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Subic Bay, Subic
With a stay at Amanentez Olongapo in Olongapo (Barretto), you'll be a 4-minute drive from Subic Bay and 7 minutes from SM City Olongapo. This beach hotel is 14.9 mi (23.9 km) from Zoobic Safari and 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Baloy Beach.
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LOBBY Blue Rock Beach Resort

Blue Rock Beach Resort

Resorts
Subic Bay, Subic
Impressive
8.4
(99 Reviews)
It was fun and had a great time with my partner. People are very accommodating. The food is great, big servings we can't even finish it all. Waitress/Waiter are very fun to talk with. Always cracking jokes with the customer and for me that was awesome! Thanks Blue Rock.
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SWIMMING_POOL Johan's Beach and Dive Resort

Johan's Beach and Dive Resort

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Subic Bay, Subic
With a stay at Johan's Beach and Dive Resort in Olongapo (Barretto), you'll be steps from Subic Bay and Baloy Beach. This beach hotel is 4.5 mi (7.2 km) from SM City Olongapo and 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Inflatable Island.
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COMMON_SPACE Viking Resort Baloy

Viking Resort Baloy

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Subic Bay, Subic
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Subiza Villas

Subiza Villas

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Subic Bay, Subic
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BEDROOM RedDoorz Plus at Subic 2n2 Beach Resort Zambales
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SWIMMING_POOL Golden Slumber Resort

Golden Slumber Resort

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Subic Bay, Subic
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Others RedDoorz @ Calapandayan Subic Zambales

RedDoorz @ Calapandayan Subic Zambales

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Pamatawan, Subic Bay
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Subic Bay, Subic
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BEDROOM RedDoorz Plus @ Seaborne Hotel Subic Zambales
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING RedDoorz @ Calapandayan Subic Zambales

RedDoorz @ Calapandayan Subic Zambales

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Calapandayan, Subic Bay
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Facts about hotel in Subic Bay

Total Accommodation
29 Properties
Popular Area
Santo Tomas, Matain
Popular Hotel
Whiterock Beach Hotel and Waterpark, Club Morocco Beach Resort and Country Club
Popular Landmark
Ilwas Elementary and High School, Puregold Ilwas Subic

Guest reviews in hotel near Subic Bay

8.4
Impressive
284 reviews from hotels in Subic Bay with aggregated rating of 8.4/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in hotel near Subic Bay will help you to choose the perfect hotel easily!
Stephan H.
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7 Feb 2023
Internet not working properly. Housekeeping bad (had 2 times to ask for) resort is overpriced.
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Leah Escano
17 Jun 2022
The place is 1 hour away from Subic Bay. Upon entry, the place looks like a desolated place but as you go further you will find a resort-like place. There's a kiddie pool, a pool for an adult (about 5 ft deep) and a playground. The place is a beautiful sight during nighttime because of the lighting. We booked using different accounts but the front desk officer somehow assumes that we are a group of travellers and placed us in the"villas". We experienced a delay during the check-in due to a power interruption. Issues on the toilet were also escalated as it was smelly, I believe they have issues at the sewer since we again experience the smelly bathroom the following day. At night, there was a heavy downpour and experienced another power interruption but when the power was back the personnel checked rooms where air condition units are not working. Some of the facilities such as the intercom are not functioning as well but they have given us mobile numbers to call if we have any concerns. Complimentary water and non-complimentary beverages are available in the room. Complimentary coffee is not also available (I will not look for it if it was not written on the paper located in the room.) Television (no available channels) and fridge are not also functioning (not sure why it's unplugged). Only two sockets are functioning for charging purposes. Overall the facility is unsatisfying may be due to (1) it's already old and (2) they are undergoing a renovation as mentioned by its staff. However, the people from the front desk, to the lifeguard (available even at night), and room attendants are all friendly and very attentive to our needs except during breakfast when it took 30-minutes waiting time for my nieces ' breakfast to arrive. So I am advised to get at the breakfast station as early as 7 am and order immediately since some of the choices are no longer available if you are late. Bottom line we still got what we pay for. We got it cheap plus breakfast is already included. So my overall rating is neither awesome nor unsatisfying but satisfying.
anna k. c.
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17 Feb 2020
the hotel was good ☺ beautiful sya esp. inside. Refreshing and masarap magrelax unlike in other hotels.. I love the pools and sa beach area nila .. the food was pricey but big servings naman so sulit.. our room is 👍🏻 with hot water so clean .. all the staff are super nice and friendly..
Adrian A.
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3 Feb 2020
Bed is not sturdy, noisy AC, useless TV because of its cignal box, wrong wifi pass(i asked for it twice), the heater is not working, there's no literal parking. The upside is that the view is nice and the food is good but a little on the expensive side
Adele M. L. R.
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5 Jan 2022
Instagrammable pool! staff are welcoming and warm. 30-40mins away from Subic Bay Freeport Zone but def worth the travel.
Joanna T.
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7 Sep 2022
It's been our 3rd time to book our stay @ Treasure Island and for sure this will be the last time we will ever stay there. 1. Owner of the resort is a foreigner and he is rude. The place should be a pet-friendly hotel. We were just sitting outside the area, nearby pool and he came and told that our dogs shouldn't be barking. Not much people there though. He wasn't nice to us when he talked to us and trying to avoid us when we get near to him. Very disappointed on his actions. We always bring our dogs since 1st visit until 3rd. However, staffs are nice and friendly! They even came near to our dogs & play with it. Room service also good. My favorite chili bomb always got me excited to go there. 2. Bathroom sink is clogged & rusty. 3. Room is very dusty and we managed to sweep the floor. 4. Bed linens are not ironed. 5. Beach is dirty now, maybe because of typhoon?🤷🏻‍♀️. We wanted to keep coming back. But we have decided that we won't be staying there anymore. We brought our friends and sadly they didn't like it.

Frequently Asked Questions about hotels in Subic Bay

What are the best areas to visit near Subic Bay?

If you are in Subic Bay, you can also visit San Isidro, Mangan-Vaca, Matain, Calapandayan, Santo Tomas, Cawag, Batiawan, Calapacuan, Naugsol, Pamatawad

Where are the best cities to visit in Subic Bay?

The best cities to visit in Subic Bay are Olongapo, Subic Bay Freeport Zone

How many hotels are listed in Subic Bay?

Currently, there are around 29 hotels that you can book in Subic Bay

About

A favorite weekend destination among Filipinos due to its proximity and ease of travel from Manila, Subic offers an enticing mix of leisure, history, sports and extreme adventures. Whether your travel style is enjoying the indoors or roughing it outdoors, Subic has plenty of options for families, couples, or solo travelers.

Subic Bay

Subic will be an insightful destination for those who have an interest in history. Well-known for being one of the United States’ major naval bases, it was transformed as the Subic Bay Freeport Zone following its closure in 1992.

Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Apart from Subic’s close ties to history, the area is also the perfect destination for those who seek weekend outdoor adventures. Eco-tourism parks such as the country’s only open-sea marine park, Ocean Adventure, can be found here. In addition, there's Zoobic Safari and Pamulaklakin Nature Park.


How to Go

By land transportation

SCTEX

The easiest way to get to Subic is by land transportation. Those who like the privacy of a car can travel through the North Luzon Expressway to the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) and exit past the Angeles toll booth and drive through the direction of Subic.

For commuters, there are daily bus schedules available from Victory Liner or Saulog Transit. Victory Liner’s trips begin at 4 am and leaves hourly. Saulog Transit on the other hand travels daily from 2 am to 2 pm with an hourly interval. The fare is just over P200 for both bus lines. The stations of both lines are at Olongapo and are just a jeepney ride away to Subic.


Getting Around

The jeepney is one of the cheapest ways to get around Subic if you don’t have your own vehicle. Jeeps are color-coded depending on their route. From various points inside the free zone, there are coasters and mini buses are available to take you to your hotel. Another option is taxi vans, but these can be costlier.


Tourist Attractions

Those with an adventurous streak will be thrilled to go underwater to discover Subic’s numerous shipwrecks dating back to the Second World War. There are several dive centers in the city offering entry-level and specialist scuba training courses as well as basic and advanced technical wreck diver training.

Want to test your outdoor survival skills? You can do it at JEST (Jungle Environment Survival Training). Indigenous Aetas are highly experienced at jungle survival and they facilitate the training sessions here. Participants can look forward to learning how to make fire out of bamboo, which plants are safe to eat and preparing food using bamboo.

Ocean Adventure

Another popular destination that’s great for families is the Ocean Adventure. The park is the country’s first marine park and aquarium. It features several attractions including a Discovery Aquarium, a dolphin and sea lion show, and a swim encounter with dolphins and whales.


Top Things to Do

Subic has plenty of resort options if you’re keen on swimming and getting a tan. One of the more famous resorts in the area, Camayan Beach, features a pleasantly swimmable white sand beach. Or you can try different water activities including parasailing, jet ski, scuba diving, and going on a cruise.

Those who love a good bargain will definitely enjoy scouring Subic’s many duty-free shopping malls. These stores offer a variety of imported goods and export overruns minus the expensive price tag ranging from food, clothing, and home items.

Treetop Adventure

Land adventures in Subic include experiencing the lush greens of Subic’s rainforest at Treetop Adventure Park or taking a short hike along a river to appreciate the flora and fauna at Pamulaklakin Trail, interacting with exotic animals at Zoobic Safari, or enjoying a go-kart race at the Le Mans Go Kart facility.


Where to Eat

For the best ribs in Subic, head over to Texas Joe’s, a smokehouse that serves succulent and tasty slow-cooked ribs that are best eaten with the restaurant’s three signature sauces - Habanero, Honey BBQ, and Classic. Another choice for carnivores is Meat Plus located along Sampson Road.

If ribs and steak is not your thing, head over to Xtremely Xpresso Cafe. The Italian restaurant whips up large servings of pizza and a crowd favorite is the Big Ben pizza. Finish off your meal with the restaurant’s selection of frappes and hot and cold coffee concoctions such as the iced mochaccino.


Nightlife

Subic has plenty of nightlife options ranging from bars and casinos. Baloy Beach offers plenty of beachfront bars with live music at night. For a unique drinking experience, travelers shouldn’t miss out on Subic’s floating bars. These are pulled on rafts so you can enjoy a dip in the ocean and a drink after. There are currently three floating bar options in Subic: the Arizona Floating Bar in Barretto Beach and the Blue Rock and Treasure Island in Baloy Beach.


Where to Stay

Lighthouse Marina Resort

Subic Bay is home to several types of accommodations whether you’re not the budget traveler type or otherwise. There are also lodging options on the beach for those who prefer to be closer to the sea.

Winner of the 2016 TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice Awards is the Lighthouse Marina Resort, conveniently located in the Moonbay Marina Complex. This Subic hotel is the ideal weekend retreat for business executives and tourists who frequent Subic for its eco-tourism wonders.

For beach bums and families who prefer the comforts of modern dwellings, a good accommodation option would be to book a night or two at Camayan Beach Resort and Hotel. The hotel offers deluxe, superior and suite accommodations that fit right with a moderate budget.


Travel Tips

  • Wear comfortable shoes. Expect some walking, have fun, and savor the moment.
  • Plan ahead. When making your trip itinerary, it’s always good to have a backup plan.
  • Watch out for monkeys! Subic lies in a forested area and monkeys are plentiful. You may even see one or two while driving through roads, so take extra precaution.
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