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Bing’s Beach Resort

So I admit I didn’t take much part in booking Bolinao resorts for my family during our family outing. I’ve booked many times in other places that got cancelled, so I figured I must be the bad luck. This time, my sister did all the searching on where to stay in Bolinao. She was the one who contacted Bing’s Beach Resort and booked us a place to stay in Bolinao for April 20 – her birthday.

Bing's Beach Resort
Bing's Beach Resort

When we arrived at Bing’s Beach Resort – which was, I admit, a lot more than I expected, they had run out of the rooms that we reserved – already a bad sign for me. I hate reserving a room and then not getting the room I expected. I know my sister had a P1800 room reserved that I don’t know what happened because we ended up paying more for our room.

Bing's Beach Resort
Bing's Beach Resort

Bing’s Beach Resort is divided into two – the resort near the beach, and the resort across the road which is the main hotel. Bing’s is located in the farthest part of Bolinao – where there are less streetlight and is just a short ride to the Cape Bolinao Lighthouse, although not close enough to Patar Beach or Solomon’s. The road isn’t cemented well here so expect a bumpy ride. There is a small store across the resort at beach front, but aside from that, I don’t think the resort has a restaurant. Good thing, my parents and Kuya Chris’ family had brought dinner.

The façade of the main resort has a fountain and a playground.

Bing's Beach Resort
Bing's Beach Resort

We booked two rooms that night, each room consisting of two double beds, a side table and a cabinet, a bathroom and air condition. It cost P3500 for each room which wasn’t very appreciated by my mother because the room was very ordinary with no amenities included.

Bed in Bing's Beach Resort
Bed in Bing's Beach Resort

The beds were made out of bamboo and covered with simple, white sheets. Each bed had two pillows but an extra pillow doesn’t cost extra.

Bed in Bing's Beach Resort
Bed in Bing's Beach Resort

The bathroom wasn’t anything special although it wasn’t particularly brand new or even in its best condition. The sink looked like it was clean enough, however, if you look closer, the metal bars holding onto the sink looked about to fall off and if you lean on the sink, it doesn’t feel as stable.

Bathroom in Bing's Beach Resort
Bathroom in Bing's Beach Resort

The room has 3 sockets.

The resort is huge, if you add both sides together. The building houses are not exactly cemented but look sturdy enough. In front of each beachfront room, there is a small foyer that has a table and some chairs, although our chairs were taken by the party of the other guests.

In the middle of the long house and the main lounge – which I wasn’t sure if it was for rent or privately owned because it had a television, there’s a two storey cottage with a roundabout staircase. This was where the other families or group of friends had been holding their Ms. Gay contest.

That night, we were accompanied by a couple of families who were having a party and quite disturbing the quiet environment of the Bolinao night. They had music playing and were really loud.

Beachfront of Bing's Beach Resort
Beachfront of Bing's Beach Resort

Bolinao’s a really romantic place to be in, simple but romantic and the loud party in the midst of the quiet seemed a little out of place – although I imagine if they weren’t partying the place would’ve seemed creepier with no streetlights and no beach lights.

Bing's Beach Resort Beachfront before sunrise

The staff that we met on our visit seemed a little young and although bubbly.

Overall, despite the price, you can consider Bing’s as one of the good Bolinao resorts – especially with its location.

Bing’s Beach Resort

Bing's Beach Resort Contacts
Bing's Beach Resort Contacts

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List of Accommodations in Hundred Islands

Where to stay in Hundred Islands?

Finding accommodations when you’re going for a whole day island hopping at Hundred Islands isn’t hard, except probably during peak seasons. At the Lucap Wharf, which is the jump off point to the Hundred Islands National Park, you’ll be able to find may hotels and resorts aligned next to each other along the way.

Here are a few accommodations you can contact for your next visit:

Vista De Las Islas

The most modern looking and biggest hotel or resort along Lucap Wharf. Rates range from P2000 – P3000 depending on season and room type. Vistas de las Islas has deluxe rooms, standard rooms, family rooms, a swimming pool, function halls, souvenir shops and convenience stores, music and billiard hall, playground for children, view deck, 24 hour securities and water sports facilities.

(02)431-4008; (075)551-4455


Vista De Las Islas
Vista De Las Islas

Maxine by the Sea



Maxine by the Sea
Maxine by the Sea



This hotel has a nice restaurant and is directly located above the waters. They have free wi-fi, parking lot and affordable rooms. They have air conditioned rooms. A room with 1 double bed and a single bed costs P1100.

(075) 551 2537





The Hundred Islands Resort Hotel


The hotel has 20 aircon rooms, cable TV, hot and cold showers, restaurant, café and conference hall.

(075) 551-5754 and (075) 551-5753

Manager: Elisa R Regaspi

Email: hillvertz@yahoo.com


Ted’s by the Sea Lodge and Restaurant



Ted's by the Sea
Ted's by the Sea



(075) 551 2160





Seaside Haven (LS Marina 100)



Seaside Haven
Seaside Haven




Accommodates first come first served reservations. Price range at P1000 – P2000

(075) 551 2711


Barney’s Lodge and Restaurant

(075) 551-6148




Island Tropics

Room rates range from P1600 – P2500

Contact 09175540800

(075) 696-9405



Quezon Island rooms for day tour and overnight

Cottage without room is at P350 day tour and P500 for overnight

Cottage (Nipa 4) costs P500 for day tour and P1000 for overnight

Cottage (Nipa A) with room costs P500 for day tour and P900 for overnight

Cottage (Nipa B) with room costs P600 for day tour and P1100 for overnight

Picnic tables costs P200 for day tour and P300 for overnight

Overnight kubo with electricity costs P1600, day tour will costs P700 and for cottage only P400 – 500

Contact (909) 717-642, Ted for information


The Last Resort

Price range of P1500 for 5 pax and P3000 for 10 pax. Kitchen use costs P200

Call (075) 551-5651



Helden Resthouse


This privately owned resthouse has an overnight negotiable rate of P2000.

Contact 09187312151, Lerence Naniaga


100 Islands View




Oceanview Lodge and Restaurant

(075) 551-2501



Villa Milagrosa Hotel Pension

Room rates price range at P1400 – 1800

Hotel has air condition and cold showers.

(075) 551 3040





Najeras Transient Rooms

Has air conditioned rooms as well as boats, snorkels and masks for rent

(074) 551-2602



Islandia Hotel

Rates of rooms start at P1839 for a standard room with breakfast.

Phone Number: +63-75-551-3683 / +1-718-255-5894 / +63-916-334-7868

Email Address: info[at]islandiahotelph.com, islandiahotel_corp[at]yahoo.com



Villa Antolin Hotel

Has a price range of P1200 – 1500 (2pax) to P2000 – 2500 (6pax)

Call (075) 551-3604


Big Brother House in Governor’s Island



Contact Alaminos City Tourism Office:

(075) 551-2145



Hundred Islands National Park

(075) 552-2505

(075) 552-7406


City General Services Office

(075) 551-2252



Alaminos City Information Office

(075) 551-2249

(075) 552-7777


Hundred Islands National Park, Alaminos