March 31, 2018

Club Punta Fuego in Batangas: Seclusive Paradise Inspired by Miami’s Fisher Island

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  • Club Punta Fuego is a membership resort nestled in the 88-hectare premier seaside community of Punta Fuego in Nasugbu, Batangas, which boasts of a luxurious and exclusive seaside indulgence. Inspired by Fisher Island, Miami’s seclusive paradise, Club Punta Fuego sparkles with elements of Spanish Mediterranean architecture, like beautiful balconies, terracotta roof tiles, and the dominance of white and light color palettes.

    Blending modern pleasures with natural beauty, Club Punta Fuego has a total of 49 accommodation units—33 casitas and 16 sunset rooms—that let guests achieve the ultimate relaxation that cannot possibly be found in the bustling Metro Manila.

    The casitas are ideal for groups or families who want to enjoy more solitude and privacy while appreciating the surrounding nature. You can choose between the Seaview Casita and the Standard Casita, which are both beautifully designed with a vibrant palette of light wall colors and an outdoor pocket garden. The Seaview Casita has a balcony with a seating area where you can revel in the view of the West Philippine Sea. Each casita can comfortably accommodate two adults and two children.

    Casita Room

    Meanwhile, the sunset rooms are a good spot to get a panoramic view of the resort’s double infinity pool or the West Philippine Sea. You can choose from Standard Sunset Room which has large windows, Seaview Sunset Room with a balcony with seats, or the Loft Sunset Room which has an upper floor. All of the sunset rooms take on an elegant contemporary design and are very spacious and naturally vibrant especially during the day.

    Seaview Sunset Room


    Loft Sunset Room

    All casitas and rooms come complete with modern amenities like a spacious bathroom with toiletries, TV with cable, Wi-Fi, mini bar, desk, couches, and safety deposit box.

    Club Punta Fuego also houses four restaurants. San Diego Restaurant is located at the Main Club serving Spanish dishes. Il Jardineto, which is at the Lower Beach Club, serves many Italian favorites. Barracuda is a great place to chill and enjoy refreshing tropical cocktails along with light snacks, while Tradition & Contradiction Bar and Lounge, overlooking the resort’s double infinity pool, serves Spanish-Mediterranean food with a twist and an exquisite array of wines and cocktails, beers, coffee, tea and non-alcoholic beverages.

    San Diego Restaurant

    Other recreational amenities include swimming pools with stunning views, a spa, water sports facilities, game room, business center, and a nearby golf course.

    Although Club Punta Fuego is a membership resort, it is also open to non-members provided that an early reservation is made. Walk-ins are not allowed.

    Details:

    Address: Barangay Balaytigue, Nasugbu, Batangas
    Tel.: 2-584-4405; 02-843-8700; 02-553-8888 (booking and reservations)
    Check-in & Check-out: 2 p.m. / 11 a.m.
    Price range: Php 9,450 – Php 14,000
    Email: reservations@clubpuntafuego.com.ph
    Website: www.clubpuntafuego.com.ph


    Written by Rizelle “Rei” Leaño
    All photos from Club Punta Fuego
    This feature appears in the March 2018 issue of Philippine Primer Japanese magazine.

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