Near and Affordable Natural Hot Spring Luxury Resort Weekend

88 Hotspring Resort

If you are from Manila and want to go to a near resort with a little bit of luxury then 88 Hotspring Resort in Calamba, Laguna can offer you relaxation with a nature ambiance.

88 Hotspring Resort is Korean owned and is located at the foot of Mt. Makiling. Its water comes from natural hot spring in Calamba Laguna.  The location of 88 Hotspring Resort is very scenic, surrounded by beautiful natural landscape of mountains and trees. There numerous pools you can choose from and each has its therapeutic effect. Temperature of the pool is regulated and you can see it with the respective thermometers.

Attire:


Contrary to most belief that touristic resorts are strict with swim attire inside the pools. This resort allows you to wear what you want. When we were there were even guests in the pool with dress, long sleeves, and pants plus umbrella inside the pool! I guess they do not like to have a tan…

Directions:

From Cubao terminal

Ride a HM bus going to Sta. Cruz Laguna

Go down at Bagong Kalsada Calamba (just at the boundary of Calamba and Los Banos)

88 Resort is right along the highway (you do not even need to cross)

From Buendia terminal

Ride Greenstar or DLTB bus going to Sta. Cruz Laguna

Greenstar terminal is right beside Arellano University

DLTB is on the side of Buendia-Taft going to Vito-Cruz, Divisoria, Quiapo

Go down at Bagong Kalsada Calamba (just at the boundary of Calamba and Los Banos)

88 Resort is right along the highway (you do not even need to cross)

Cost
One way bus fare is less than Php 100

Day visit of the resort (12 hours) is approx. Php 500

For day visit you get free towels and secured locker room.

The locker room is complete with hair dryer, comb, mini gym, weighing scale and clothes dryer! If you do not want to tumble dry your swim suit the locker room attendant will give you plastic bags to put your wet clothes. =)

For about Php 1000 you get to enjoy the luxury of a nature resort!

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