10 BEST Resorts in Antipolo, Rizal (1 Hour from Manila)

Best resorts in Antipolo, Rizal
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The province of Antipolo is a popular retreat since it’s only 1-2 hours away from Manila and it has a lot of beautiful resorts, both public and private. A lot of these resorts are located in lush settings, making it perfect for nature trippers, or have overlooking views of Metro Manila. Here we’ve listed the best resorts in Antipolo, Rizal, for quick getaways.

1. Loreland Farm Resort

Best resorts in Antipolo - Loreland Farm Resort
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Loreland Farm Resort is one of the top resorts in Antipolo. It’s a huge resort, spanning 5 hectares in total. Recreational facilities inside the resort include a kiddie pool, aplaya pool, family fun park, and 3 other outdoor pools. It also has function rooms for meetings and events.

Loreland Farm Resort is located near other popular attractions in Antipolo, including Camp Tipolo Adventureland, Pinto Art Museum, and Cathedral National Shrine.

There are various options for accommodation including standard rooms, dorms, villas, and casas.

Rooms start at P3500.

Loreland Farm Resort: Website | Facebook | Book discounted rates here

2. Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa

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No questions asked: Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa is one of the most beautiful resorts in the country. It’s a mountain resort with a great view of the city. It has Balinese-inspired amenities that are not only relaxing but Instagram-worthy as well.

It has several pools: infinity pool, hydro-massage pool, fish spas, sauna, and jacuzzi. It also has function rooms where you can watch movies, play traditional Filipino games, and more.

Most guests avail of day tour packages to Luljetta’s, but for those who want to stay overnight, fully airconditioned rooms are also available.

Read about our Day Tour at Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa.

Rooms start at P3420.

Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa: Website | Facebook | Book discounted rates here

3. Mount Purro Nature Reserve

Best resorts in Antipolo - Mount Purro Nature Reserve
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Mount Purro Nature Reserve is a family-run eco-park located in the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountain range. It’s a popular option for people who love nature, adventure, and cultural immersion.

Mount Purro Nature Reserve boasts several amenities. For activities, it has a swimming pool with a view of Mount Purro, spa area, bonfire areas, enclosed hiking trail, mini-zipline, game room, and nature-style playground. Aside from these, it also offers tours such as hiking and cultural trip with local tribes.

This resort has farm-style accommodations including tents, hostel, casitas, bamboo cabins, cottages, and suite homes.

Rooms start at P900 per person for a hostel (shared accommodation) or P4000 for a whole casita, good for 2-4 people.

Mount Purro Nature Reserve: Website | Facebook

4. Cristina Villas Mountain Resort

Best resorts in Antipolo - Cristina Villas Mountain Resort
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Cristina Villas Mountain Resort is another haven for relaxation. The entire resort comprises 2.5 hectares with an overlooking view of metropolis, as well as Bataan and Laguna de Bay.

The resort has 5 pools: mermaid pool, lower villa pool, waterpark and toddler pool, upper big pool, and infinity pool. It also has a casual restaurant and bar, gym and spa area, music room, sports court and zipline.

For overnight accommodations, there are different types of airconditioned rooms to choose from.

Rooms start at P3500.

Cristina Villas Mountain Resort: Website | Facebook

5. LeBlanc Hotel and Resort

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LeBlanc Hotel and Resort is a modern roadside hotel which is ideal for quick getaways, especially to those living in Manila. It has an outdoor pool and a restaurant that serves grill-style cuisine with a regional twist.

For those who are looking for private event spaces, the resort can be rented for exclusive use including the function rooms, sky tent, and sky garden.

For regular guests, deluxe rooms and suites are available.

Rooms start at P4000.

LeBlanc Hotel and Resort: Website | Facebook | Book discounted rates here

6. Cloud 9 Sports and Leisure Club

If you’re looking for a recreational resort for the summer, Cloud 9 Sports and Leisure Club is a good option. It has a swimming pool and other amenities including sports (billiards, basketball, gym) and karaoke lounge. It also has an art gallery and 360 View Deck with a hanging bridge, which is popular among guests. It has a restaurant that serves traditional Filipino cuisine.

Accommodation is very affordable and includes dorms, rooms, and penthouses.

Rooms start at P1800.

Cloud 9 Sports and Leisure Club: Website | Facebook

7. Antipolo Star Resort

Best resorts in Antipolo - Antipolo Star Resort
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Antipolo Star Resort is a fun & lively resort with various recreational amenities and overlooking views of the rice fields of Teresa and Sierra Madre mountain range. Amenities include an outdoor saltwater pool and a kid’s complex with waterslides and games.

Currently, it does not offer an overnight stay. However, day tours and night tours are still available.

Accommodations include various types of cottages and houses.

Rates start at P1500 for a native kubo, good for 10 people.

Antipolo Star Resort: Website | Facebook

8. Date and Dine Resort

Best resorts in Antipolo - Date and Dine Resort
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As its name suggests, Date and Dine Resort is a great option if you’re looking for somewhere cozy. It’s located inside a subdivision in Antipolo. It has an outdoor pool, gym, restaurant that serves international cuisine and poolside bar, and massage & salon services.

Each room in Date and Dine Resort has a funky theme. You can choose from Rustic Room, Safari Room, Zen Room, and Indian Room.

Rooms start at P2500.

Date and Dine Resort: Website | Facebook | Book discounted rates here

9. Bosay Resort

Best resorts in Antipolo - Bosay Resort
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Bosay Resort is a family-friendly resort spanning 3 hectares of mountainous terrain in Antipolo. Its name originated from the waray word “bosay”, which means waterfalls. This resort is a favorite among locals, so it’s a good option if you don’t mind the crowds.

Bosay Resort features several kinds of pool, which is created for both kids and adults. These include a turtle pool, pool with slide, private pool with jacuzzi, disco pool, therapy pool, regular kiddie pool and kiddie pool with bubbles, as well as infinity pool. It also has a stormwave pool with sea water.

Bosay Resort has an in-house restaurant.

Cottages are available for day trippers. For overnight stays, there are airconditioned furnished rooms.

Rooms start at P5000.

Bosay Resort: Website | Facebook

10. Boso-Boso Highlands Resort

Best resorts in Antipolo - Boso Boso Highlands Resort and Hotel
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Similar to Bosay Resort, Boso-Boso Highlands Resort is another local favorite. It’s a modest resort, located in a 10-hectare property facing the Sierra Madre mountain range.

The resort has elevated swimming pools, including kiddie pools with waterslides. It also has amenities for outdoor activities including an open ground for team building, bastketball and mini-soccer fields, and a playground for kids.

Aside from these, the resort has a convention hall for events and gatherings.

Accommodations include cottages and villas.

Rooms start at P1700+.

Boso-Boso Highlands Resort: Facebook

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  1. Been there in Loreland and Boso Boso. Both of them are good. It both appeals beautiful and stunning to everyone. I prefer Boso Boso tho. It’s best for family.

  2. I’ve been also there in Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa and the view is really amazing that you want to stay there.

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