Bato Spring Resort - San Pablo Laguna's hidden jewel!
|man made pool|
October 06, 2014 was declared a holiday by the Philippine government in celebration to Muslim's Eid-ul-Adha. Since it's a holiday which means a no work day for government offices and some private companies, Mar and I decided to have a short travel from Manila to Laguna and experience San Pablo's hidden jewel called Bato Spring Resort.
|man made pool|
Bato Spring Resort is located along Balagtas boulevard, San Pablo Laguna. This place has four (4) pools. Two pools are finished with tiles and the other two have cemented floors making it more a natural spring. The water comes from Mt. Banahaw that is why other people believe that it has a healing effect for those who have light ailments. The water is very cold especially if you'll visit the place during -ber months.
Below is the published rate of the resort and directions on how to get there:
ENTRANCE FEE (adults / kids)
weekdays – P 70 /pax
weekends / holidays – 80 /pax
overnight – 125 /pax
COTTAGES for overnight:
w/ 1 bed for two – P 1,200 & up
family room – 2,500 & up
Check in time Check out time 8:00am 4:00pm (For overnight)
9:00am 8:00am-next day
5:00pm 4:00pm-next day
For more details about the rates you can check Bato Spring's website.
• First come, first served basis on huts and tables.
• Reservations will be accepted only for huts with attic, private rooms, pavilion and big groups.
• Reservation is confirmed upon 50% down payment of the above.
• A reservation cancelled shall be charged 20% of the rent of the facility/ies reserved. A reservation not cancelled (no show), as a rule, is deemed forfeited.Note: The foregoing rates are subject to change without prior notice.
How to get there:
Via Private Vehicle:
• Coming from Manila, take South Expressway to Calamba Exit
• Just take the Road bound to Lucena Quezon, after passing San Pablo City look for a Meralco Station on your left.
• The next intersection has a sign leading you to Bato Springs take left, this road is bound to Dolores, Quezon.
• Look for the “Bato Springs” sign on your left, you can see it about 5 minutes from the intersection.
• Take the road leading the Bato Springs.
Via Public Transportation:
• You can take a bus at Cubao or Taft Ave. terminal (JAM or JAC Liner) bound to Lucena, Quezon, the fare is less than 132pesos for an air-conditioned bus.
• You can drop off by San Pablo City, Laguna or the intersection bound to Dolores, Quezon
• From there, take a Tricycle to Bato Springs.
Breakdown of Expenses for 2 pax:
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