December 10, 2018

88 Hot Spring Resort in Calamba, Laguna Guarantees Ideal Getaway For Everyone

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  • Laguna has been the go-to place for summer getaways, especially for the ones residing just within Metro Manila and nearby cities. In fact, there are extensive options of resorts found throughout the province, making it as the “Resort Capital of the Philippines”.

    And, a stop to 88 Hot Spring Resort, located in the the town of Calamba, is a perfect choice everyone can make.

    88 Hot Spring Resort 

    Just an hour drive from the metro, 88 Hot Spring Resort may look typical for everyone who passes by the location, but they will surely be fascinated once they find out how enormous and sensational this high-end resort is.

    It features a 7-hectare land, which makes the place more soothing to the senses, and it is situated at the base of the legendary Mount Makiling, completing the serenity and composure one might need to temporarily escape from the bustling cities of the country.

    88 Hotspring Resort is an ideal destination for everyone’s summer vacation

    Guests will surely enjoy the eco-friendly, vast space the resort has

    Owned by a Korean national, the resort has become popular among expats, especially Koreans, since it formally opened in 2006.

    According to Lino Garcia, the resort’s manager, Koreans would always associate the “88” from the resort’s name with the time when South Korea hosted the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul–an event they are very fond of. He also shared that “8” was used as most businessmen considered it as a lucky number.

    The resort is a great place to contemplate while breathing in fresh air

    As 88 Hot Spring Resort sports a tropical oasis, a one of a kind experience is totally guaranteed. It has 10 outdoor poolswhich are four big warm and cold spring swimming pools, four mid swimming pools, and three jaccuzissurrounded by well-maintained landscape of lush greenery and lofty trees.

    Here, you can surely have a rejuvenating dip while having a great time with your family or friends. Besides, the natural garden setting and the top-quality service made 88 Hot Spring Resort earn an award as the “Best Resort in Laguna” from the Department of Tourism in 2007.

    Take a long dip inside the inviting swimming pools of the resort

    Within the resort is a lake where guests can try boat riding

    The accommodations, likewise, are thoroughly conceptualized and established for guests to enjoy the comfort of nature. There are a total of 48 different roomscategorized by Standard, Bamboo Deluxe, Bamboo Suite, Villa Room, Pension House, Executive Room, Nipa Hutto choose from. The room rates range from Php 4,600 to Php 10,000.

    There is also a massage spa for guests to fully cap the relaxation they are bound to experience at the resort.

    Visit the 88 massage spa to maximize your relaxation

    Meanwhile, if the whole company is in need of some digestive reset after having fun and leisure in different activities, a wide array of comfort food awaits at the resort’s in-house restaurant, serving Korean and Filipino favorites.

    88 Hot Spring Resort’s Korean Restaurant

    Visit the 88 Hot Spring Resort for a quick weekend getaway, and experience a different level of relaxation, luxury, and wellness in one fine place!

    For more information, call 0917-874-7888 or 0949-324-1717, or email


    Address: 88 Hot Spring Resort at 9061 National Highway, Bagong Kalsada, Calamba City, Laguna
    Contact number: 0917-874-7888 or 0949-324-1717

    This also appears on Philippine Primer Japanese magazine’s November 2018 issue.

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