Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar Hotel

Las Casas Rd., Bagac, Bataan

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar Hotel
4.7
4.5 Stars

70 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 49
  • 4 stars 19
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 73 Reviews
  • 375 Recommend
  • 70 Reviewers
Category:
Hotel
Phone
+6323325338

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Parking:
Valet, Garage, Reserved

Facilities

Hotel Star Rating:
4
Coffee Shop:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Bar:
Yes
Salon:
Yes
Tours:
Yes
Meeting Facilities:
Yes
Business Center:
Yes
Massage:
Yes

Accommodations

Room Service:
Yes
Safety Deposit Boxes:
Yes
Laundry Service:
Yes

Hotel Policies

Extra Beds for Infant 0-2 years:
Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Extra Beds for Children 3-5 years:
Must use extra beds. Extra beds are dependent upon the room you choose.

Useful Information

Check-Out:
12:00p
Earliest Check-In:
2:00p
Non-Smoking Rooms/Floors:
Yes
Number of Rooms:
42
Number of Floors:
2

Most Recent Reviews

Dianne C.
4.0 Stars

The place was really nice but I didn't want to stay overnight on one of the hotels. Medyo creepy haha 128521

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Inna A.
4.0 Stars
3

The place is rich in Filipino heritage.

What I liked about this place apart from the picturesque scenery is the accommodation.

Our room was huge! The bathroom was super clean, the fixtures worked and the water pressure is strong so it was super relaxing to shower (their hot & cold worked). They have a bathtub but I didn't try.

The bed is comfortable, I slept for 8 hours straight.

I felt relaxed and rejuvenated when I woke up.

The food was okay. The was not, we didn't swim. But I really didn't care. Haha!

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Andi E.
5.0 Stars

It is very rare for me to see an awesome structure that is reminiscent of Spanish heritage. Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar will bring you back to 18th century of the Philippines' magnificence. Every corner of this place is 'instagrammable' so hurry and book this place to your calendar as your next destination.

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Cette D.
4.0 Stars
7

So my aunt from US just flew back here. We toured her around the metro and now we went out of town. The whole fam is present.

It was two to four hours drive to Bataan. We stopped over for chips and a little stretching. We arrived at lunch time. A little late, we still enjoyed our lunch tho everything was on the salty side. We ordered kare-kare, pancit, pinakbet. We were also serenaded by musicians. They were great! We even requested for a new song and they know it. Hehe. After our lunch, we roam around and took some photos before our tour starts. We went to one of the casas for viewing. It has Pilipinong laro like sungka, boardgames, billiards, chinese garter, and all sorts of pampalibang every afternoon. You could also have refreshments like sago't gulaman. Rest and siesta before having the tour. They will also give you wet towels for your sticky skin due to hot weather. Hehehe!

The tour took more likely as half day. We were provided with a tour guide who tells us about each casas' history, where it's name came from and old terms for household furnitures, and areas.

It was fun! Everything was picture perfect! The casas were simply beautiful! They were all different. Some were very old, most of it were restored, and all have their own memories. The tour was tiring. We went to ten or more casas. But it was worth it. All of us had fun and learned something new from the old. They also have rooms for occupancy. You could also have reservation for your wedding.

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Lyneth D.
5.0 Stars
10

Going back in time, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is the perfect place to nurse that nostalgia.

It has the collection of most Spanish-Philippine houses that greatly contribute to our country's history. The houses are delicately dismantled, transferred and reassembled to preserve its history and was safe-keep to this heritage, giving us a glimpse of the past.

Since it was an impromtu get away weekend, my friend and I took advantage of the day tour for 1k. It consist of welcome drinks, group tour and a refreshing towelette.

The tour runs around an hour and a half led by a guide. They let you enter most of the houses however, they will ask you to remove your shoes.
*Tip of advice, wear something comfy, shoes that's easy to remove and bring water. It's also best to start your tour early because it gets really hot during noontime.

It's pretty expensive to dine in Las Casas. I remember we had pork sisig for P390, calamares for P390 and a cup of rice cost P50. The place is secluded so there is no other restaurants nearby. I suggest you eat before going there and bring snacks to fuel you up.

The place is instagram worthy all over! I must say we spent most of our time taking pictures. Every corner is perfect to take that OOTD. It's beautiful, nostalgic and serene. Recommended for pre-nups and weddings.

I'll definitely go back to this place. It refreshing to revisit our country's past and inspiring to witness people dedicated to preserve it's pride. If you do have the time and is looking for a different weekend getaway, then this place is a choice for you. 128522

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Jacob N.
5.0 Stars
7

I cant explain in words how beautiful and majestic this place is. 128525 but ill try 128514

It takes you back to 18th-century Philippines in a twinkle of an eye. It is a fine exhibit of filipino craftsmanship, bringing houses of ancient era from different parts of the country to one place.

Every house has a story which will make every entry really special. Its like traveling back in time, and having the feel of how its like before, its like being a guest to homes from the past. As respect to the past owners, everyone should take off their shoes before entering. I even experienced being an "aliping sagigilid" in one of the house by only being able to pass along the side. 128514

All of the houses were blessed so no reason to be scared although some houses are really creepy specially the most sinful house that used to be an abortion/live show place in taft 128560

From brick houses to wooden stilts to grand mansions. Every structure is being maintained. and to add up to the ambiance, a long stretch of beach, an infinity pool, a backdrop of majestic mountains, rice fields, and a running river that flows to the sea.

We went here during a monsoon but that didnt stop us from touring around. We were all wet, the raincoats were not able to keep us dry so we took them off anyway 128514

I will definitely come back here during summer, how can you not love this picturesque place?

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Angel S.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Lara E.
5.0 Stars
5

Love history? Beach babe? Las Casas De Filipinas in Bataan is a must-visit for you. Ancestral houses were either replicas or rebuilt versions of houses from the different parts of the Philippines. These houses are evidence of the lifestyle of Filipinos during the colonization of the Spaniards. Inside the houses are the materials that our ascendants used to survive before. There are tour guides (even wearing baro't saya) explaining the importance and the old location if each casa. The houses literally bring you back to the past. There were doll house-like houses (but they're restricted areas). If you feel like flaunting you beach body, you can swim in the nearby beach. The view is breath-taking. Overall, it is a place to visit with friends and family for more (educational and enjoyable) experiences.

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Marjorie L.
5.0 Stars
6

I'm the type of person that loves history so much that I want to travel to places wherein I could see some historical sites so that I could really somehow connect with all the history I've been studying for years.

Surprisingly, my family took a trip to Bagac, Bataan. In Bataan one can find the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar . As states on their website it is the country's first and only heritage resort by the sea. It is an open air museum and heritage park. The resort gives you this 18th-century Philippines vibe that you'll simply love.

Architectural pieces of houses were reconstructed there brick by brick. There are mansions, wooden stilt houses, and a grand main building made of stone in a village of cobblestone streets ( first photo ). Although it may look historic and ancient, this resort does not lack in giving peopl the peace and relaxation they deserve. The resort has a restaurant, a beach, calesa rides and a swimming pool.

I personally loved the different houses there in which I really took the time in taking photos in different angles. They also have tours where you can see how they make bricks, pots, chandeliers and also paintings.

Definitely an unforgettable day at the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. Will surely come back for more fun and adventure10084

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Sandy P.
5.0 Stars
5

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a unique Spanish-Philippine heritage in Bagac Bataan. A 3-hour travel from Manila to Bataan. They have 22 mansions from 19th century. Most are original structures collected from different part of the Philippines. Their casas are preserved with antiques.

We joined the Walking tour as we arrived. Several tours are scheduled starting 8:30am for about 1.5hrs per tour. There will be an expert guide to tell each stories and histories of each casa. It's best that you wear easy to remove shoes or slippers and comfy clothes cause in some casas, they'll be asking you to remove your shoes.

They also have restaurants inside Las Casas. Cafe Marivent- with a traditional approach to Filipino and Spanish cuisines. I love the ambiance, the walls and ceilings are composed of carved stones, they have wooden furnitures and decorations.
The other resto is the La Bella Teodora, an Italian restaurant. Sadly we weren't able to try this because it was closed on weekdays. It is only open every Friday-Sunday.

The regular day tour costs P1,200 including entrance, a tour guide, set lunch meal, snacks and beverage.

I enjoyed this quick trip and learn to appreciate the history even more, i love the whole place! 128525

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Shiela B.
5.0 Stars

The doors! 10084128156128154128153

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Maria Ana C.
5.0 Stars
3

They have the best doors here!10084

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Shiela B.
5.0 Stars

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a heritage park in the province of Bataan. I left my heart at this place! 10084️ I so love the beauty of the place, the structures, the mansions! (Though, some were still a work in progress). Old houses, buildings, vintages never failed to fascinate me! 128525128525 The place is very rich in culture , history and love! 10084

We checked-in in one of the hotels inside las casas. (Vintaged inspired hotel, i guess). The one that caught my attention there, is their bathroom! It was so huge! (Approx 50 sq/m, i guess just for the CR) hahaha! And it's creepy! 128561128561 50sqm CR with a huge mirror! Hahaha!

Anyways, it's higly recommended to visit the place! You'll love it too 10084128154128156

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Shiela B.
5.0 Stars

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a heritage park in the province of Bataan. I left my heart at this place! 10084️ I so love the beauty of the place, the structures, the mansions! (Though, some were still a work in progress). Old houses, buildings, vintages never failed to fascinate me! 128525128525 The place is very rich in culture , history and love! 10084

We checked-in in one of the hotels inside las casas. (Vintaged inspired hotel, i guess). The one that caught my attention there, is their bathroom! It was so huge! (Approx 50 sq/m, i guess just for the CR) hahaha! And it's creepy! 128561128561 50sqm CR with a huge mirror! Hahaha!

Anyways, it's higly recommended to visit the place! You'll love it too 10084128154128156

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Tina B.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Arlene Stephanie L.
5.0 Stars

An interesting place which brings you down to memory lane.. A kind of history that may interests you and surprise you, it also refreshes our history during olden time. Each Casas has an interseting story to tell. It would be even more fun if your tour guide is fun and knows how to interact with the tourist like we had. It maybe scorching hot when we did our "fieldtrip" but it was worth it learned lots of new things in Philippine history :)

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Je C.
5.0 Stars

Beautiful and one-of-a-kind! I had a grand time taking photos of picturesque scenery of Las Casas. I really enjoyed my day tour and had fun listening to every stories of each old, historic houses. The food in Cafe Marivent was so good! Filipino food at its finest!!

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Gwen I.
5.0 Stars

Traveling back in time. 128525

I've always been fascinated with history. From places, art, famous people, conspiracies and controversies, museums, name it - I love all of it. 128522

I went here alone last Saturday by commute. I'm slowly starting on my solo travels, and this is now my 2nd. 9786

I love everything about Las Casas. 128525 I actually wanna go back. 128522

Here are my tips for you, guys:

1) Wear sandals or slippers because you will be asked to remove your footwear everytime you go inside a casa. Also, wear something comfy as it can get really humid.

2) Go early, so you can visit ALL casas. Although some casas are not open for viewing as some are either occupied or being renovated.

3) There are 3 packages to choose from: Package 1 for 1,899 with a buffet meal, Package 2 for 1,699 with a set meal, & Package 3 for 999. All packages include the entrance fee, the heritage tour, a cold towel, welcome drink, & access to the beach. The heritage tour is about an hour long. Visit their official website for the scheduled tours. I'm not sure though if the prices will be discounted when you stay in the resort.

4) There are 3 restaurants here, but they're all quite pricey. You can bring your own food and water naman. Of course, if you wanna splurge, push mo lang din. 128512

5) You can swim in the beach, and you can hangout there until midnight. So bring your extra clothes if you want. They also have a pool.

6) If you get tired walking, there's a jeepney roaming around, so you can just hop in. It's free. 128522 You can also rent a golf cart.

7) If you plan on going by commute, the buses going to Morong and Balanga have a 1-hour interval until 9pm, but I suggest not to go home later than 7pm or you might get stranded. The mini buses are packed at night, & there's a chance that they will not let you in kahit tumayo ka na sa bus, because of overcapacity. The jeeps from Balanga going to Bagac are only available until 6pm.

8) If you plan on staying overnight, the cheapest room they have is 7K, I think? Haha. Visit their official website for the rates. 9786

If you have more questions, just comment, and I'll try my best to answer all of them. 128522

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Lovella Faith S.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Yen D.
5.0 Stars

This heritage resort is pretty much the go-to place in Bataan nowadays. It is like a town trapped in time which instantly takes you back to the 18th-century! From the architectural structures of a bygone era that were reconstructed brick by brick and plank by plank from different parts of our country - making it a living museum of Philippine heritage.

You’ll undoubtedly spend a good time exploring this 400-hectare estate. The old-world ambiance and charm of Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is its selling point. So, get your lenses and smartphones ready because you’ll be doing a lot of snapping. This beautiful place is truly picture worthy!

Apart from the place being picturesque, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar has everything one could ask for - accommodations, a pool, private beach, spa, restaurants, gaming center, conference & banquet facilities, cultural shows and a heritage tour.

You definitely won’t regret making it your home away from home the next time you’re in Bataan. But if you're not planning to stay, a worthwhile field trip is most definitely well worth it!

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