Camp Netanya Resort and Spa is the Santorini of Anilao, Batangas. I got to experience the place for 2 days and 1 night, and here is my review of Camp Netanya.
A luxurious Greek-themed resort that is just 2 hours away from Metro Manila? I don’t know about you, but this sounds blissful to me. We scored our reservation with almost 50% off from Agoda. When we arrived, we were greeted by friendly security guards who escorted us to the lobby with posh-looking chandeliers to process our check-in.
Then we were assisted to our room. How do we like this corridor leading to the rooms with these fancy-looking lights?
After putting our stuff inside the room, we headed to the resort’s restaurant, Greeka, to have our meryenda. We had pancit canton and sticky mango rice (which was totally delish, and I’m kind of drooling over it just remembering how it tasted). Another best thing about dining at Greeka is having a fantastic view of the resort’s infinity pool and the sea!
Then we swam for a few hours, took a rest, and wandered around the property to have some picture-taking because every nook and spot of the resort is very picturesque (see exhibits below).
After the liwaliw, we directly went to their karaoke room, which was included in the package that we got. Then, we had our dinner at Greeka. We were in Batangas, so a Bulalo was a no-brainer, and it did not disappoint–both in taste and size of the serving.
The resort looks prettier at night.
The resort has other areas that are both functional and charming like the Kids’ Camp, Santorini Gift Shop, and Paros Art Gallery, among others. The deal that we got already included a free buffet breakfast, snorkeling, and kayaking.
Overall, I was satisfied with their service. I hope this short review of Camp Netanya helps you decide. If you’re interested in visiting the place, contact them here:
Brgy Ligaya, Anilao Mabini Batangas, 4202 Philippines
Mobile: +63 939 7535 074 | +63 927 8954 092
Other travel destinations in Batangas: Old Grove Farmstead