Featured Hotel of the Month: White Rock Water Park & Beach Hotel
Have a wet and wild time at this posh beach hotel in Subic.
By Mathew S. Chan
December 05, 2016
White Rock Water Park & Beach Hotel is Subic's first year-round resort. This means they’re open even when it’s not summer, so if you’re planning a vacation during the rainy season, White Rock is the perfect resort to consider. Bring the entire family or barkada for some water park fun.
Ideal for a Getaway
White Rock is perfect for travelers who want to experience the beach during the lean season as well as families looking for a fun destination that isn’t too far from the metro. Sports enthusiasts who want to try an array of activities from wall climbing to surfing and many more types of outdoor activities will feel right at home here.
The Resort and Rooms
Nestled in a 7-hectare property along Subic Bay, the resort has a large beach area and a panoramic view of the mountains of Subic. The hotel is a beach paradise waiting to be discovered with over 250+ rooms, suites, and villas. The resort has ten types of rooms in four clusters around the property: Main Building, Annex Building, Beachside, and Seaside. Each room is a reflection of where they are located in the resort from beachside and pool side views to seeing the stunning mountains of Subic. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, cable television, LCD TVs, and a mini bar. Rooms are spacious and clean and you can easily spend half your time at the resort just in your room relaxing and chilling.
Things to Do
The best thing about this resort is that there is an abundance of things to do. You don’t have to confine yourself to the beach area as you have an array for pools to choose from 2inifnity pools, a raging pool, and wave pool with currents so strong it’s like a typhoon, that’s currently still under renovation. There are two place you can choose to have your meals, either at The Sunset Café Beachpoint, where you can have a nice view of the bay area. They serve delicious Filipino food from kaldereta, kare-kare as well as a continental breakfast that will surely help you get through the day. Other activitis include rappelling, wall climbing, beach volleyball, jet-ski, kayaking and more. They also have KTV if you want to sing, a kiddie area for the youngsters as well as an activity camp if you are looking for team building activities. Rates start at around PHP 6,000.
How to Get There
Getting to Subic is a piece of cake nowadays with the SC-Tex if you want to drive there and shouldn’t take more than 2-3 hours depending on traffic. The commute is fairly easily as you can take a bus from Cubao to Olangapo then a jeep ride to the resort. Total commute cost, back and forth is around PHP 500 per person.
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