Find a New Favorite Weekend Home at This Hot Spring Resort in Pansol, Laguna

The swimming pool uses natural spring water straight from Mt. Makiling.
by | February 14, 2022

The summer heat is starting to kick in; we’re experiencing sunnier and more humid days, which makes lazily floating in a pool sound like the best thing ever. Nestled just a few hours from the metro, this private resort in Pansol offers an exclusive home that’s perfect for families looking for some time away.


Pansol Hot Spring Private Resort

Boasting 900 square meters of space, Pansol Hot Spring Private Resort was originally intended as a rest house for the owners, so trust that this spacious home will feel like a home away from home, but better. According to the owners, the resort isn’t really open to the general public, which guarantees its comfort, cleanliness, and sanitation.

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There are three main areas in the resort: the main house, a smaller house, and a pool area. The main house features two floors where three bedrooms can be found. There are 10 beds on the property, which can accommodate up to 12 guests during each stay.

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Located on the ground floor are its common areas: the living room, kitchens, and bedrooms.

While the second floor isn’t usually for rent except for special occasions, its terrace or balcony that overlooks the pool area can still be accessed through an external staircase.

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Natural spring water is used in the swimming pool. The resort is at the very foot of Mt. Makiling, which makes the outdoor views even more breathtaking.

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The second house or “smaller house”, as the owners call it, has a kitchen and the caretaker’s area. It also has an outdoor grilling station by the pool. There will be no corkage fee for food during your stay, but an additional P300 will be charged for the use of stoves and gas.

The resort also has a garden and parking space.


Rates at Pansol Hot Spring Private Resort start at P8,714 per night. Book your stay here.


For inquiries and more information on travel requirements and protocols, contact the Airbnb host.


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