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Manila Reviews went to Subic this weekend to scout for exciting things to do and delicious food to try out. But of course, just like any other visitor, we had to choose our “home base” carefully. We chose Mountain Woods Resort Subic.

Mountain Woods Subic

Mountain Woods Resort Subic


Mountain Woods Resort Subic with the gang!

Mountain Woods Resort Subic with the gang!


Upon entering the place, the sounds being played where relaxing music — the ones that you normally hear when you go to spas to have massages. There were antiques scattered all over the place. From the reception, you’ll be able to see the dining area, Le Jardin, which is over looking the rest of the resort.
Mountain Woods Resort Subic Receiving Area

Mountain Woods Resort Subic Receiving Area


Mountain Woods Subic - Piano Area

Mountain Woods Resort Subic - Piano Area

Parking is very convenient, too, as Mountain Woods Resort in Subic has ample parking spaces for their guests. Here you can see us having our jump shots at the parking area of the resort!

Mountain Woods Subic - Parking Area

Jumpshots at the Mountain Woods Subic Parking Area

The people at the reception were very accommodating. They quickly gave us the room keys and led us to the rooms that we had reserved. The rooms cost:

Type of Room Price
FOREST VIEW Php 3,200.00 net
FOREST VIEW WITH BALCONY Php 3,470.00
SUBIC VIEW ROOM Php 3,570.00

We got the Forest View room and it was perfect. If you are going with a group of friends, 3 people can fit in a room. The extra person only has to pay Php 820 for an extra bed and breakfast. Each room comes with Breakfast for two people, FREE use of facilities and FREE coffee & tea and mineral water which is replenished daily.

Mountain Woods Subic Swimming Pool in the evening

Mountain Woods Swimming Pool in the evening

Mountain Woods Subic Swimming Pool in the morning!

Mountain Woods Subic Swimming Pool in the morning!

The resort has a swimming pool, that looks like an infinity pool. It was actually relaxing, but I wish they added more lights so people could enjoy swimming at night.

The also have a pool table and lots of space or tables and chairs in the common area for people to use. We actually got to play three rounds of Cranium in the common area outside our rooms.

Mountain Woods Subic Le Jardin Dining Area

Mountain Woods Subic Le Jardin Dining Area




For breakfast, people have a choice of a set meal of either a Filipino, Continental or American breakfast. The food was good and was just right to fill up your stomachs for a long day of activities in Subic.

I would recommend this place for people who are looking for a place to stay in Subic. Mountain Woods is a clean and relaxing resort to stay in for a weekend in Subic.

Contact Details:
Mountain Woods Resort Subic
Entemedor St., West Kalayaan Heights,
Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBMA)
Tel. Nos. (047) 252-1985
Mobile No. +63906-270-3658
Telefax. No. (047) 252-7455
Email: reservations@mountainwoods.com.ph

Manila Sales Office
#1 CJ Caparas St. Bo. Ugong, Pasig City
Tel. Nos. (02) 671-7349 / (02) 671-1068
Mobile No. +63917-837-7812
Telefax. No. (02) 671-8533
Email: reservations@mountainwoods.com.ph

Website: Mountain Woods Resort Website

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Ginger is the General Manager of ManilaWorkshops.com. She is also the co-founder of a tech start-up company called Turn Up Trumps, Inc. She is a business coach and has her own program called Love the Leap. She has been a blogger since 2005, writing for MommyGinger.com, ManilaFitness.com and ManilaReviews.com. She graduated MA in Communications Major in Integrated Marketing Communications from the University of Asia and the Pacific. She worked as an account executive for a couple of ad agencies. She also managed a food franchise store. Her longest corporate stint was as a product manager for a known bank in the Philippines.

4 Responses

  1. Janah

    Hi! Would just like to ask if there are restos/food chains nearby the resort? Thank you! :)

    Reply
    • ginger

      Hi Janah!

      You really have to drive out for the resort. It’s a bit far (if you’ll just be walking) from the restos :) You can eat in the resort though. Food is pretty okay or you can bring food like sandwiches and chips.

      Reply
  2. Cha Chay

    What's the difference of Subic View Room to Forest View Room? I mean what it is with the Subic View Room that it costs somewhat higher from Forest View? Thank you. Response will be appreciated much. :))

    Reply
    • ejarbo

      Hi Cha Chay! The difference is the view. The Subic View room has a view of subic (mountain side). The Forest View doesn't have as nice a view. :) Hope that helps!

      Reply

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