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Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa - Laguna

Located just beside the Pan-Philippine Highway in San Pablo City in the province of Laguna, Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa is a not-so-hidden yet seldom visited resort/spa in the province.

Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa

Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa details

I have passed by the Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa countless times during my road trips to the southern provinces of the country but I wasn't able to check it until recently. I was invited to join the Father and Son Camping in our school and we stayed in the resort/spa for the whole weekend. Lucky for me, I didn't need to shell out anything because I found out that it was really quite expensive to stay there even for a day. 

Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa - San Pablo City, Laguna

The pool area near the entrance

Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa pool area

This is a picturesque place to relax

The place is ideal for company team buildings or family reunions. It has a very spacious area that could fit more than a hundred guests. (There were 100+ of us when we had our Father and Son Camping activity.) Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa has several pools, a kiddie playground, and a vast lawn for outdoor activities. The resort also has a wide-open space for parking. It is located near the guard post near the gate. It is a safe place to park your car during an overnight stay. 

You can have your massage in one of these

The big open pavilion near the entrance is where you could have your dinner and lunch served.

You could even have your "I Dos" in that pavilion

There's even a playground for the kids

Aside from the usual swimming, you could also avail yourself of the spa packages of the resort. You can check out Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa rates in the later part of this article.

Lunch by the pool anyone?

Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa Rates:*

Day tour rates

Weekday Package:

Spa package: P700
Lunch package: Adult: P550 / Kids: P350
Cabana rental: P500

Weekend Package:

Spa package: P750
Lunch package: Adult: P650 / Kids: P400
Cabana rental: P500

Keep these in mind:
  • All rates are inclusive of gov't taxes and a 5% service charge
  • Operating Hours: 10AM to 5PM
  • Bringing of food and drinks is not allowed
  • Pets are not allowed inside the resort
  • Rates are subject to change

Spa Services rates

Body Massage: P450 (you can choose from either Swedish or Shiatsu)
Body Scrub: P750
Foot Reflexology: P300
Manicure / Pedicure: P300
Foot Spa: P300
Spa Pedicure: P400

Operating Hours: 12NN to 8PM

Accommodation Rates:

Reminds me of the houses in Middle Earth. You can stay in one of these.

Casitas Premiere

One Bedroom Casitas: P4500
  • Complimentary breakfast for 2
  • Complimentary 1-hour massage
  • 10% off on food and beverage and spa services
  • Good for 2
A two-bedroom Casitas is best for big families

Two-Bedroom Casitas: P9000

  • Complimentary breakfast for 4
  • Complimentary 1hour massage for 2
  • 10% off on food and beverage and spa services
  • Good for 4

Note:

  • All units have attached bathrooms in every bedroom. It also has a living room, dining table, flat-screen TV, cable channels, and a mini ref.
  • All casitas premiere are non-smoking 
  • Children 4 years old and below are free (extra bed not included) maximum of 2 children.

*Rates are subject to change without further notice

Why stay in Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa?

Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa is surprisingly a weekend staycation destination. It might be a bit pricey but the amenities here are worth every penny of your funds. It's also a perfect location if you plan to get wed in Laguna. It has plenty of scenic spots for those wedding photos. 

Getting to Sanctuario de San Pablo:



From Manila, ride any bus going to Lucena City. Tell the conductor to drop you off at the Sanctuario de San Pablo Resort Spa which is on the left side of the Pan-Philippine Highway just outside San Pablo City in the province of Laguna.

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Comments

  1. Looking for a place to do recreational activities?
    Visit this site: Nuvali Evoliving

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    1. Hi Christine!

      I have a blog about that NUVALI. Would post it probably next month. =)

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  4. Good day! I have been reading your blogs and somehow enchanted by this place. I want to go to this place with my fiancee, but I have several questions to ask?
    1st - What time is the check in and out?
    2nd - How much would be the 2 nights and 1 day stay in a Casitas Premiere?
    3rd - Do I have to book in advance?
    And since we're planning to go this Dec. 26.
    Is there going to be additional fees in this season?

    Your answer would be very much appreciated. Thanks!

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    1. Hi there Bearly,

      Thank you for visiting my blog. Here are my answers to your inquiries...

      1. Check in time is usually 8AM to 12NN the next day but still needs to be clarified if you can check in early.
      2. 2 days in Casitas Premier will cost you 9K.
      3. Better to book in advance esp during holidays.
      Regarding extra fees, wala namang nabangit about special fees during holidays but it won't hurt to ask them when you book.

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  5. Hi, is there any way I can get in touch with them?

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    1. Hi Rachel you may want to try out these numbers
      Mobile No: 0949 611-6710
      Telephone No: (6349) 561-1106, (632) 546-5243

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  6. gudpm...sir ask lang po if nag a accommodate ho kayo ng prenup/photoshoot..salamat

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    since this point in time i am reading this wonderful informative article here at my residence.

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