Summer is just around the corner, so you’ll be glad to know you don’t have to go far for an exclusive vacation. The Villa in Antipolo, Rizal is a private resort that has everything you need. It’s only a 30-minute drive from Marcos Highway and near Robinsons Mall Antipolo. The best part is that it won’t cost you an arm and a leg to book (and it comes with free parking!).
The Villa is located at Town & Country Heights in San Luis, Antipolo. There are two rooms available — the Villa which is air-conditioned and can accommodate up to 6 people, and the Kubo which sleeps up to 4 people.
Guests can enjoy a few relaxing activities at this private resort. There’s Netflix available for binge-watching and a PlayStation 4 for those into video games. You can also play board games and make use of the Bluetooth speaker for songs. Outdoors, the giant pool is 5-feet deep with a bench so even kids can take a dip.
The rooftop’s 360-degree view lets you watch the sunset and the sky burst in color. After dark, you can go stargazing in the quiet of the night.
Bringing your own food is encouraged but they also have paluto service and in-house food and drinks for sale. If you can’t be bothered, you’ll also be glad to know that GrabFood and Foodpanda can locate this Antipolo resort easily.
The Villa overnight rates (20 hours) for 8 people start at P5,500 for weekdays and P6,500 for weekends. A day tour for 6 hours is P2,500 while an overnight stay for 6 hours is at P3,500.
How to book a stay
Visit The Villa on Facebook to check out their calendar availability for the month. Pick a date for reservation and send them a message. Afterward, you have to send a photo of your government ID and mobile number. The staff will walk you through the payment process and instructions before your visit.
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