Sorry to say but this "resort", as it's officlal name calls it, is anything but that. It's 22 standard hotel rooms on an unimpressive poorly landscaped and designed piece of property that only happens to be lucky that it's beachfront.
As others say, do not be fooled by the pictures. It's an older looking hotel and in need of an upgrade all over. The employees are nice but it does not make up for the lack of amenities that you would expect at a place that calls itself a resort. The restaurant is only so so. The menu did not offer anything too appetizing other than standard fare food.
I won't speak any more harshly about it other than to say just know that what you see is not exactly what you get or expect.
My girlfriend and I decided to depart earlier than planned because it just was not what we expected, regardless of the price.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Subic Grand Seas Resort is one of the new resorts along the quiet shore of Barretto, Olongapo City. It boasts of its laid-back chord with Bali- inspired architecture and modern chic interior touches making your stay the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. Conveniently located two and a half hours from Manila and eight minutes away from the Subic Freeport Zone, Subic Grand Seas Resort's 22 spacious De Luxe guestrooms will surely delight you and your guests. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Subic Grand Seas Hotel Olongapo