If you are looking for a resort in Batangas that has everything you need – from the cool “Maldives inspired” stilts, fine cream sand, huge pool, cute quotes all around the place, water activities and a chill place, I highy recommend this resort. It is located at Calatagan, Batangas which is about 3-4 hours travel time from Manila.
- There’s a terminal in Pasay for buses and vans going to Calatagan. Bus fare is about Php140-160 and Php180 for the van. They leave as early as 4:00AM.
- At Calatagan Market, you can ride a tricycle going to the resort for Php100-150. The road is rough going there so be prepared for a bumpy ride.
- Going home, the last van trip is 4:00PM, so make sure to leave before that time. Ask the tricycle driver to pick you up since transportation is not easy outside the resort.
- If you have a car, just follow Waze.
We’ve been in the resort five times already and we just keep on coming back. Although, the overnight stay is expensive, the day tour rate is fair enough. 🙂
Here are the day tour rates, cottage and corkage fees:
Here are their room rates:
For more info about the resort, you can check their website Stilts.
There’s a cute miniature image of the resort in their reception area.
A lot of people are having their prenuptial photoshoot and wedding in this resort. The floating cottages are really nice in person especially at night when there are lights around the area. 🙂
The resort is clean and the place is serene.
We really love chillin’ in their beach beds.
There are a lot of activities that you can do in the resort aside from swimming in the beach.
Be a kid and play with these. 🙂
Kayaking. This has extra payment. I believe it’s Php350 per hour.
My eldest son, Kern, enjoyed it so much. 🙂
We ordered food there and had lunch with the beach view. Food was good with big servings. By the way, the staff are friendly and you can ask them to take pictures of you. 🙂
We really like their huge swimming pool as well. It’s two connecting pools, one for kids which is about 3 feet and the other one is around 6 feet deep.
Kids love it, and Mommy too. 🙂
One thing that makes the resort cozy, are the quotes all over the place. Here are some. 🙂
For our day tour, I just spent less than Php1,500 including food. Kyle was just 4 years old this time so he was free of charge. We enjoyed every bit of our stay here and will always come back! 🙂
I hope this blog helps especially for those planning their summer getaway already. 🙂 For more of my adventures and tips to different places, click Althea’s Adventures. Enjoy! 🙂
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Thanks a lot for visiting Stilts and writing this blog!! I’m so glad to hear you enjoyed your stay!! Hope to thank you personally the next time you’re at Stilts!
Till then…..Live by the sun, love by the moon…..!
Vicky Herrera (owner)
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Thank you! We were just there 2 weeks ago again. 🙂
Yes, I read your comments in our guest book and that led me to your wonderful blog! Keep writing! Thank you, Alfhea!
Such a lovely place!
HI Ms. Althea would like to ask regarding the restaurant inside?Hows the food and how much are the price range?Thanks!
Food is good! I think it’s about Php200-250 per meal, as far as I can remember.
Hi Ms. Althea, I just want to ask regarding going there by commuting. May certain schedule po ba ung alis ng van sa may Pasay or nakapila lang sila just like any other van? Saka on the way back to Manila, malapit lang po ba sa resort ung terminal ng van or bus pabalik? Thanks.
Not sure from Pasay to Calagatan, but usually we leave at 4AM sa Pasay. Then from resort to terminal, you need to ride a tricycle. Latest trip is 4PM going to Manila.
hello, may corkage fee ba if may dalang chips or sandwiches? thanks!
None po as far as I know