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(Sunset view from the Main Club Terrazas de Punta Fuego)

CLUB PUNTA FUEGO is a members-only private resort in Nasugbu, Batangas consisting of the Main Club in Peninsula de Punta Fuego, the Beach Club at Terrazas de Punta Fuego, and the Punta Fuego Yacht Club.

You can enjoy the facilities from the two exclusive resort developments, each with their own beautiful vantage point of the Nasugbu sunset. It’s best to stay for a minimum of 3 days and 2 nights for the full experience.

Here are some tips on how to organize your own awesome Club Punta Fuego getaway…

Brgy. Balaytigue, Nasugbu, Batangas, Philippines

For non-members, the Main Club accepts reservations on non-peak days exclusively by reservation only (no walk-ins). You can check out available rooms via Agoda: Club Punta Fuego

15th Floor 139 Corporate Center Building Valero St. Salcedo Village, Makati City
Reservations: (632) 584-4405, 843-8700
Membership: (+632) 751-4026 to 27
Trunkline: (+63)2 553-8888
Facebook: Fuego Hotels and Properties 

Check out this highlight video of our family’s Club Punta Fuego Summer experience!



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Tip #1: Make sure to arrive before the sun sets!

It takes about 60-90 minutes of driving from Manila to Tagaytay, and another 60-90 minutes from Tagaytay to Club Punta Fuego in Nasugbu.

You can choose to allot an optional extra hour stop over for Kainan sa Dalampasigan. Overall, that’s a total of 4 hours from Manila with the stop over.

Related Blog post: KAINAN SA DALAMPASIGAN: A Must Stop Over Filipino Restaurant in Nasugbu!

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TIP#2: Go on a non-peak day so that you can have the double infinity pool all to yourself during the sunset!

We went on a Friday school day and we got to enjoy this unobstructed view of the sunset from the double infinity pool. 🙂 

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The kids have their own pool in the Main Club, but it doesn’t have a good view of the sunset.

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Tip#3: It’s better to enjoy the Nasugbu Sunset with the kids by the Sunset Cove beach below the Main Clubhouse.

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The water is calm and the sand is clean, so it’s a great place for babies to take their first steps on the beach. 🙂

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The beach area is just a bit rocky and shallow, so it’s not ideal for swimming. The sand is fine with a grayish brown color when wet.



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Tip#4: Don’t miss the Filipino-Spanish cuisine and dining under the light of a thousand stars at the San Diego Restaurant in the Main Club.

SAN DIEGO Restaurant Ala Cart Menu: Breakfast | Appetizers | Salad, Pizza | Panini, Pasta Noodles, Vegetables, Paella | Asian Favorites, International Favorites | From the Grill, Kiddie Meal, Desserts

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Croquetas de Bacalao (P305 -15% for members). Bacalao flavored white sauce balls, deep fried.

Order the paella immediately, which they cook upon order, and the croquetas as appetizers while you wait.

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Black Shrimp Tempura (P580 -15% for members). Shrimp deep fried in squid ink tempura batter & served with aioli.

Love the crunch and flavor of this squid ink tempura. 

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Order the sure-hit boneless fried chicken with bacon for the kids.

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✮ Seafood Paella (P900 good for 2  -15% for members)

Tip#5: Make sure to reserve your appetite for the Paella!

The Seafood Paella is worth the wait! Cooked the Spanish way, this is the signature dish of the restaurant named after the San Diego galleon.

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They cook it with a thin layer of rice like they do in Spain, with a good caramelization to give it that crunchy tutong, and comes with generous servings of seafood! 

They use Japanese rice to give it a bigger, more flavorful bite. The shrimp and squid are good, but the mussels were not as fresh as we expected them to be when we dined. 

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TIP #6: Skip the desserts! But if you must, I recommend the Chocolate Eruption with ice cream.

The desserts were just OK. Nothing memorable to write home about, plus eating all those calories isn’t really worth it.



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Here’s a map to help you get your bearings at the Main Club. #22 is the Double Infinity Pool, #19 is the San Diego Restaurant, and #1-11 are the casitas.

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We stayed in Room #10, which doesn’t have a sunset view, but is very near the restaurant and the pool. Reserve this or Room #6 if you can’t get the Sunset View Rooms #1-5.

Tip #7: Reserve your massage immediately upon check-in! Since the masseurs don’t operate in-house, the last massage slot is only until 8pm. It gets fully booked very quickly.

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Room #10 has a view of the trees covering the neighboring casitas, giving it a more private feel.

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The restroom is maaliwalas, fully functional, and well-maintained even after years of operation.

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It even has Acca Kappa toiletries. Nice! 🙂 



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On weekends, they offer a decent buffet Filipino breakfast with tapa, fried fish with egg, and rice.

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Unfortunately, the appetizer spread isn’t very appetizing. 

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Kids have decent interactive breakfast options. 

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You can also opt for pandesal and Spanish bread for breakfast.

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Better to lower your expectations so you can enjoy the Filipino breakfast.

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Enjoy with this relaxing view of the double infinity pool and the bay.



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Check out the game room for the kids. The slide is already small for Aidan.

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The air hockey is operational but with a broken scoring system.

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The boys enjoyed the table soccer and ping pong! 



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TIP#8: Best to go as early as 9am to the Family Pool at the Lower Beach Club… 

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This is the beach at the Lower Beach Club, which is rocky and not ideal for swimming, but good for water sports and other activities. 🙂

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TIP #9: It’s better to reserve your beach time for Terrazas de Punta Fuego, which has nicer sand and better food options. It’s located in a separate resort 15 minutes drive from the Main Club and is open from 9am until 6pm.

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It’s a good place to play beach volleyball with your barkada.

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Our boys loved playing a competitive 9-hole game of mini-golf!



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Il Jardineto is a good brunch option for your second day, located right beside the family pool.

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You can order decent comfort food pastas with prices ranging from P220 (Spaghetti Aglio Oglio) to P357 (Spaghetti Carbonara) with a 15% discount for members.

Check out the Il Jardineto Ala Carte Menu for more details.

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PIZZA BALAYTIGUE (P515 -15% for members). Tomato, mozzarella cheese, shiitake, local pechay, and feta cheese.

The pizzas are a good after-pool snack. I recommend the Pizza Balaytigue, which is like a 2-cheese pizza with mushroom and vegetables.

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TIP #10: Attend the 6pm Saturday anticipated mass located at Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel near the main gate.

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The mass is intimate and beautiful, with a mixed crowd of vacationists and Nasugbu locals.

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Just follow these 10 Tips and you’re sure to have a memorable CLUB PUNTA FUEGO experience. 

Have an awesome summer! 🙂

Brgy. Balaytigue, Nasugbu, Batangas, Philippines

15th Floor 139 Corporate Center Building Valero St. Salcedo Village, Makati City
Reservations: (632) 584-4405, 843-8700
Membership: (+632) 751-4026 to 27
Trunkline: (+63)2 553-8888
FacebookFuego Hotels and Properties

For non-members, the Main Club accepts reservations on non-peak days exclusively by reservation only (no walk-ins). You can check out available rooms via Agoda: Club Punta Fuego


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Disclosure: Our stay was courtesy of our friends from Club Punta Fuego. I wrote this article with my biases, opinions, and insights. Read Our Awesome Planet Complete Disclosure Policy here.  

P.S. Check out their signature Cliff Diving Competition every March to kick off the summer season!

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