First, if you go via public transport, it's an adventure to reach the place. Website is not updated, so hopefully this will help. Note that from Anilao, there's no jeepney going to San Teodoro anymore - you have to hire a tricycle (cheaper at the town center tricycle stop). And don't go there unexpected. But when you do find the place, it's very relaxing -- it's on a cliff, so you get a wide view of the sea, the mountains in the horizon, and the gorgeous sunsets. Good place to relax, and most guests hang in the view deck, especially at night, laying down mats (available at the dining area). Staff are courteous, welcoming, and helpful. Pet-friendly and family friendly too. A few plastic/trash on your way to the water. Don't let that discourage you, but do bring aqua shoes. The pebbles and rocks can be brutal. Facing the water, you can swim going to your left (or maybe walk at low tide), to get to the Twin Rocks marine sanctuary. Better wear a vest - it can get tiring getting there, and the sanctuary area is about 20 feet deep. If you're lucky, you can see the sea turtle (but don't be selfish, let others take their selfies too!). And get yourself some pasalubong from Erlinda - they're yummy!
- Also Known As:
- Balai Resort Anilao Hotel Mabini
- Balai Hotel Batangas
- Balai Hotel Anilao
- Balai Resort Anilao Batangas, Philippines - Mabini