[Dear Awesome Planet #2] Golden Sunset Resort, Calatagan
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just want to ask few questions. just want to know if you've been to golden sunset resort at calatagan batangas. pls advise me with the rates and if we're allowed to cook our own food there.
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I've dropped by golden sunset resort by ricky reyes and I should say that this is a well marketed place. Although I find it superficially man made and there is no beach to talk about (does not matter if your not a beach person). Also, I don't believe that they can claim this as world-class, although I could say that kudos to the effort to make it like an Island Cove resort in Cavite. Although, they also have a view of the golden sunset in Playa Calatagan and hence the name of the resort.
Here are the overnight stay rates for this resort:
Air conditioned rooms during peak season (Mar 16-Jun 15, Nov. 30-Dec.31)
- Standard (1-2 guest): P3,080
- Deluxe room with loft (1-4 guest): P4,180
- Garden Cove with loft (2-6 guest): P4,950
[ Note: It is 9% cheaper during Regular season or 18% cheaper during lean season (June 16-Oct.15) ]
The rate includes:
- Entrance Fee ( P100)
- Breakfast for two (2)
- Admission to Butterfly Sanctuary (P50)
- Use of swimming pool and welcome drinks ( P100)
They have a day pass of P200 ( P100 entrance fee + P100 food consumables) or P300 ( P100 entrance fee + use of pool and volleyball)
One thing I could say is that its great to have a lot of activities in this resort including Fishing, Boating, Biking, playing Billiards, Videoke, and of course swimming. I was interested with the golden resort not because of its man-made facilities but the serendipity spa which I plan to try during one of my trips back to Playa Calatagan.
I actually don't mean to promote Golden Sunset (hopefully not cause it is just a well marketed resort). But for those who are looking for an alternative to Laiya, San Juan Beaches or Nasugbu, Beaches, this is a sort of alternative. It does not really qualify since it does not have a beach, but that is fine with you, then check this place out.
Golden Sunset, Brgy. Uno, Calatagan, Batangas
firstname.lastname@example.org (Heads-up I wrote them, but did not get a reply back)
Travelpros, Tel# 634-3109/ 636-1687 (I was trying to call them but nobody is answering, good luck though)