Coming here at Subiza Beach Resort from the Airport and back is now easy starting Oct. 9, 2015
1. From the airport, ride the HM TRANSPORT shuttle bus going to Pasay Terminal of Victory Liner. Fare is Php20.00.
2. From Pasay terminal, take the Olongapo Trip. Drop off will be at the Victory Olongapo Terminal. Fare is Php223.00
3. Look for the blue jeepney terminal and ask driver to drop you off at Baloy Beach. Fare is Php13.00.
4. Ride a tricycle (fare: Php15.00) or take a less than 5 mins walk to Subiza Beach Resort.
For more inquiries: you may text, call or email us:
Landline: +63 47 222 7909 / 223 9430
Globe Mobile No.: +63 917 532 8234
Smart Mobile No.: +63 939 926 1056
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Have a relaxing day where comfort, utmost service, refreshing ambiance and alluring local cuisines can be found. Surrounded by other hotel and resorts in Baloy Baretto, our resort is conveniently located approximately 10-minute drive to Harbor Point, SM Olongapo and Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority.
For leisure travelers, Subiza Beach Resort is an ideal place to stay when planning to visit Tree Top Adventure to have fun and experience the true nature tripping such as: Canopy Ride, Trekking or Jungle Survival Demo.
Subiza Beach Resort is a beachfront resort that boasts of a kid-friendly swimming pool and a restaurant where you can chill and enjoy couple of beers and local cuisines with a breath-taking view of the ocean.
The rooms at our resorts are built with glass windows that offer a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains.
How to get here
VIA OLONGAPO-GAPAN ROAD:
Subiza Beach Resort is 119kms. going North from Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. A 2.5 hours drive from the North Luzon Expressway (NLEx) Balintawak Toll Barrier taking San Fernando exit via Olongapo-Gapan Road passing thru provinces of Pampanga (Bacolor, Guagua, Lubao) and Bataan (towns of Dinalupihan) turn right to Layac (Bataan intersection with the statue of Cry of Bataan) and drive all the way to the first Traffic Light Intersection then turn left going to Tipo Road Tollgate and drive straight ahead entering the gate of Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ). See Further Instruction below.
Save 30 minutes of your time when you travel via safe and wide roads of NLEx straight to SCTEx after Dau Exit you will find SCTEx Exit, take it and follow the road sign “TO SUBIC” drive all the way until you reach the SCTEx Tipo Road Tollway entering the gate of Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ). See further instruction below.
VIA NLEX, OLONGAPO-GAPAN ROAD, DINALUPIHAN TOLLWAY
Instead of passing thru the towns of Dinalupihan, from Layac intersection go straight ahead (do not turn right) and take the Dinalupihan SCTEx Exit Tollgate (at the right side of the road). Go straight ahead following road sign “TO SUBIC”. Drive all the way until you reach the SCTEx Tipo Road Tollway entering the gate of Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ). See further instruction below.
Further Instruction: From SBFZ Gate, drive all the way to Rizal Highway, turn left to Manila Avenue then right to Dewey Avenue then exit at the Kalaklan gate. Turning left to the National Highway, on the right side of the road you will see Our Lady of Lourdes International Hospital, straight ahead you will reach Baloy Long Beach Road (with a big sign of SUBIZA) turn left and you will find Sheavens Beach Resort.
TRAVEL VIA VICTORY LINER BUS
Main bus stations from Manila are Pasay (Edsa, Pasay), Caloocan (713 Rizal Avenue Extension, Caloocan City) and Cubao (EDSA, Cubao).
Buses’ schedule (either Iba, Sta. Cruz or Olongapo-one more jeepney ride from the Victory Bus Terminal of Olongapo going to SUBIZA Baloy) is from 4:00 AM with 1 hour interval.
* Private Buses are available coming from Manila or Angeles. Please contact us for more information.