Get Your Dose of Sun and Sea at this Beachfront Resort in Zambales

Get breathtaking views of the mountain and sea.
by | March 17, 2021

As the weather gets warmer, more Pinoys are on the hunt for the next location of their summer getaway. If you’ve been looking into experiencing Zambales’ famous shores, a drive to Haya Resort would definitely be one for the books.


Haya Resort

Located in Botolan, Zambales, Haya is a beachfront resort that opened in 2019. Surrounded by a picturesque mountain and the sea on the other side, this resort offers the best of both worlds who enjoy these natural attractions.

Unlike other resorts found in several coves around Zambales, Haya still has no neighboring resorts, so trust that you’ll have the beach to yourself. It’s like an exclusive getaway that gives you front row seats to the crystal clear sea.

Aside from the spacious pool overlooking the sea, Haya Resort also has a pool bar where you can feast on delectable treats while watching the sunset during happy hour.


Rates and Accommodation

There are two types of accommodation in Haraya. They began with Kubo Rooms that pay homage to the classic Pinoy home. They’re the typical cottages you’ll find in beach resorts but they’re made comfier with bunk beds and air conditioning. Rates start at P3000 for one kubo room for two, which is inclusive of breakfast, fresh towels and linens, and access to the pool, beach, and grill areas.

Haya’s newly-constructed deluxe rooms offer a hotel-like experience for guests who want a more comfortable stay. Rates start at P6,200 for two, which is inclusive of two semi-double beds, a minibar, a safe, ensuite private bath, cable TV, and a private veranda. The deluxe rooms also feature glass doors that let you admire the beach view right from the comfort of your bed.


Haya Resort is located in Lot 7409, CAD. 614-D, Botolan 2202 Zambales.


For bookings, inquiries, and more information, visit Haya Resort’s official Facebook page.


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