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"The laidback town of Bataan has a rich history, with its role during the Japanese occupation in the Philippines. Start off your adventure by visiting the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, which is home to some of the original Spanish-Filipino colonial structures. Then, head to Tortugas Bat Park for bird watching or check out the unspoiled beauty of Sisiman Bay."

Popular Bataan Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
Brgy Ibaba, Bagac, Bataan, Philippines, 2107
Impressive - 8.5 / 10(112)
Lot A Commercial Area, 8th Ave. AFAB, Mariveles, Bataan, Philippines, 2106
SWIMMING_POOL La Vista Inland Resort
Barangay Central, City of Balanga, Bataan, Philippines, 2100
Convenient - 7.7 / 10(29)
HOTEL_SERVICES La Primera Playa Beach Resort
Brgy. Panibatuhan, Nagbalayong, Morong, Bataan, Philippines, 2108
Good - 6.3 / 10(8)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Bataan White Corals Beach Resort
Sitio Panibatuhan, Barangay Poblacion, Morong, Bataan, Philippines, 2108
Impressive - 9.0 / 10(11)
LOBBY Gap Plaza Hotel
Capitol Drive corner Sampaguita St., San Jose, City of Balanga, Bataan, Philippines, 2100
Convenient - 8.2 / 10(17)
Roman Superhighway, Cupang Proper, City of Balanga, Bataan, Philippines, 2100
SWIMMING_POOL Vista Tala Resort & Recreational Park
Brgy. Tala Orani Bataan, Orani, Bataan, Philippines, 2113
With a stay at Vista Tala Resort & Recreational Park in Orani, you'll be 26.7 mi (43 km) from SM City Olongapo and 28.3 mi (45.6 km) from Inflatable Island. This hotel is 16 mi (25.7 km) from St. Joseph's Cathedral and 16 mi (25.8 km) from Dona Francisca Park.
Bgry Biaan, Mariveles, Bataan, Philippines, 2105
EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Plaza Hotel Balanga
Plaza Mayor de Ciudad de Balanga, Bataan, City of Balanga, Bataan, Philippines, 2100
Impressive - 8.8 / 10(42)
Barangay Nagbalayong , Morong, Bataan, Philippines, 2108
Convenient - 8.1 / 10(6)
Hilltop St, Freeport Area of Bataan, Mariveles, Bataan, Philippines, 2106
Impressive - 8.4 / 10(60)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Waterfront Beach Resort
Barangay Nagbalayong, Crossing, Morong, Bataan, Philippines, 2108
Good - 6.3 / 10(5)
VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Juness Beach Resort
Nagbalayong , Morong, Bataan, Philippines, 2109
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Duyan House at Sinagtala Farm Resort
Brgy. Tala, Orani, Bataan, Philippines, 2112
Convenient - 7.5 / 10(5)
SWIMMING_POOL Hana Natsu Pool and Hotel
Bataan, Sitio Panibatuhan, Morong, Bataan, Philippines, 2108
32 Camacho St., Bagumbayan, City of Balanga, Bataan, Philippines, 2100
Convenient - 8.0 / 10(12)
Old Asiatic Market Barangay San Isidro, Mariveles, Bataan, Philippines, 2105
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Transient Place in Bataan (with pool)
30 Sarmiento Village Balagtas, Orion, Bataan, Orion, Bataan, Philippines, 2102
BEDROOM Playa La Caleta Bataan
Matikis, Morong, Bataan, Philippines, 2108
Convenient - 7.8 / 10(8)

Guest reviews in Bataan


637 reviews from hotels 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 hotel easily!

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
/ 10
27 Mac 2021
Worth it. Has nice view and environment. Kinda pricy but all in all good experience. 💙
nahlub h.
The Oriental Bataan
/ 10
29 Ogo 2019
it's a place to truly relax and remove the stress away!
Franky L.
Crown Royale Hotel
/ 10
21 Dis 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.
The Plaza Hotel Balanga
/ 10
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.
La Vista Inland Resort
/ 10
30 Dis 2018
We asked for our room to be made up as we left. We returned to a messy room.
Gap Plaza Hotel
/ 10
11 Nov 2019
The hotel is near the fast food chains, cafés, and restaurants. The room I booked is clean. It has a shelf where you can hang your clothes and place your luggage and footwear. The aircon is a bit defective (the air swing function does not work) so it takes me some hours to cool my room.
Arraveug N.
Elison Hotel
/ 10
12 Sep 2019
The lights of bathroom is not functioning and it seems not clean
Sherna M. L.
Brisa Marina Beach Resort - Bataan
/ 10
5 Mei 2019
Their resto is not complete. They don't have mango shake or any kind of fruit shake, they don't have breads (really??? Can't believe it). They don't allow their guests to bring their own food but they don't have even simple bread. By the way the food is expensive but the taste is just so-so. The beach, pool and rooms are clean but their food service is verrryyy poor.
D'Samat Hotel
/ 10
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.
Hazzel A. V.
Bataan White Corals Beach Resort
/ 10
14 Mac 2020
Had the most pleasant stay here. Due to the community lockdown news, most of the bookings were rescheduled so we were the only ones at the resort aside from the resort staff. So it was very nice that it was not crowded with people.

Most commonly asked questions in Bataan

Where are the best cities to visit in Bataan?

The best cities to visit in Bataan are Orion, Bagac, Morong, Mariveles, Hermosa, Orani, Limay, City of Balanga

How many hotels are listed in Bataan?

Currently, there are around 69 hotels that you can book in Bataan


If you are looking for a quick escape from the wild environment of the city, sudden thirst for salt water, or if your friends or family just want to relax, Bataan is the perfect destination for you.

Sisiman Lighthouse

Bataan is a province situated in the Central Luzon. A very historic place in the Philippines, on April 9, 1942 the “Bataan Death March” or Martsa ng Kamatayan sa Bataan started. This was the result of the war between Filipino and Americans with the Japanese Imperial Army. After the war, it left peace and historical places where you can visit and look back to our brave men’s battlefield.

Apart from being a place rich in history, Bataan also holds some of the most beautiful beaches and hidden paradise in the Central Luzon.


How to Go

By land transportation

Bataan is a no hassle place to go. Being situated in Central Luzon, it will only take you 2-3 hours travel from the Metro.

There are many bus lines that has a route going to Bataan. You may choose from the bus lines in Aurora, Cubao. Fare is from P80-P290 depending on your stop.

For those who have private transportation, from Manila, take North Luzon Expressway and make an exit at San Fernando and drive through the National Road straight to Bataan. You may also choose to make an exit at Dau and take on SCTEX. Exit in Dinalupihan and drive your way to your destination.


Getting Around

If you have your own car then it wouldn’t be a problem for you when you want to take a stroll around the province. But getting around the town by commute is not so bad, you may take tricycle or jeepneys in getting to your destinations.


Tourist Attractions

Dambana ng Kagitingan

Mt. Samat National Shrine or as the locals commonly calls as “Dambana ng Kagitingan” (Shrine of Valor) is a famous destination for tourists and devotees specially on lenten season, the 74-meter Memorial Cross of Bataan National Shrine towered over the summit of Mt. Samat as a symbol of honor and recognition for the mighty Filipinos and Americans who fought during the Battle of Bataan.

Las Casas Filipinas de Azucar

Travel back in time in Las Casas Filipinas de Azucar, located in the town of Bagac, Bataan. It’s like you went back to the 17th century, old houses and structures were purchased in different places in the Philippines and was delicately arranged as if you are visiting a Spanish-Filipino town back way in the days.  

You will be fascinated how they preserved  the antiquity of the “casas,” which is the Spanish term for house. It is now open for the tourists and is still developing, relocating more old villas and mansions from around the Philippines. Tour guides are available starting from 8:30 in the morning and several tour scheduled throughout the day. The regular tour rate is P1,200 per person, this includes the entrance fee, tour guide, lunch meal, snacks and beverages.

Mariveles, Bataan

Bataan also occupies the whole peninsula of Luzon, the peninsula faces the South China Sea to the west and Subic Bay to the north west and Manila Bay to the east making Bataan surrounded by seas. Resorts has become the locals way of making a living. Our family has already made friends with one of the resort owner in Morong. They are very accommodating and friendly every time we stay.


Top Things to Do

Bataan Beaches

If there is one thing that comes in mind when going in Bataan, it’s totally the beach. There are many resorts around so you’ll never get to experience a crowded beach and have a relaxed vacation. Snorkeling is also one thing to do when you visit Bataan, you’ll just rent a bangca to take you to the middle of the sea and get taken to another world by watching the colorful fishes and beautiful coral reefs.

Pawikan Conservation Center

If you’re an animal lover or just a curious mind, there is a Pawikan Conservation Center in Morong, Bataan. If it is its season, you may watch turtles lay their eggs on the shore. Once the eggs hatched, you may help the baby turtles make their way to the vast ocean.

Being blessed with the wonders of nature, aside from its beaches, Bataan has mountains that you can hike. Overlooking the peaceful province and the sea around it.


Where to Eat

El Paradiso is an all in one resort to go, enjoy the scenic view of the scenic sea front while you savor specialized Filipino cuisines and their seafood specialty. A bar is also available if you want to toast a drink with your friends, choose from variety of cocktails to champagne.

Located at National Road Area Freeport of Bataan, it is impossible to missed Pupungs Grill. Different seafood and Filipino cuisine is served in this restaurant. They also have a live band performing that will entertain you while you eat and drink.

Taste Vietnamese cuisine at LoLeng’s Hu Tieu-an. This eatery is owned by Lo Leng who was a refugee at Vietnamese camp during the 70s and 80s. Over the years, LoLeng has already improved and cooked its best Hu Tieu-an, a hearty noodle soup with rice noodles in a golden brown broth with pork slices (or chicken) and topped with toasted garlic, leeks and mung beans.



You can pretty much enjoy your night by having good drink with friends while on the seashore. Enjoy a walk by the sea with your loved one or just sit by the shore and feel the cold sea breeze. There are also bars where you can spend the night to party and meet new people.


Where to Stay

If you are travelling solo, you may choose to set up a tent near the beach. There are resorts who allow campers and there are pay per use restrooms available around. If you’re not a camper type, locals have set up rooms at their own house for rent, it is more convenient and cheaper than renting a room at a hotel. Different rate may apply depending on the type of the room you are going to rent, you may choose from rooms with AC or cable or just a simply room where you can keep your things and sleep.

For big groups or family outing, there are resorts and hotels to choose from. White Corals Beach Resort and Hotel has can accommodate both. It has facilities to enjoy recreational activities. Has three pools including a kiddie pool.


Travel Tips

  • Adventure packed trip is always fun but if you are going to a new place, might as well make a research and make a plan on where to stay, what activities to do and read blogs or reviews regarding the place.
  • Plan your itinerary base from who you are traveling with. Always consider the comfort and safety if you will be traveling with kids or old people.
  • Pack light! Plan ahead on what to wear and bring what is only essential.
  • Have a sling bag with your where you can put all your essential stuff, like phone, keys, money or cards.
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