Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, Bataan (Room Tour and Breakfast Buffet Spread)

By Tin Gallemaso - 1:00:00 PM



I've always wanted to visit Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bataan so when we found a time to go there, we immediately booked an overnight stay. 


Cars are not allowed inside the compound so a jeepney (from Las Casas) should take you to your "house" or "hotel room"

As for the houses, you are assigned one of the several heritage houses for your room. HAHAHA! 

This is the door for our room that night. This house is divided into two rooms and we got the one on the left side, no one was staying at the other room. 


Truth be told, we were scared. HAHAHAHAHA!!!!

If you decide to stay in Las Casas, I will suggest that you just get a room from their hotel. Four of us stayed the night and this room is just so big and so old. You know, the stay transported us back to the 18th century.


Huge bathroom

TOO MUCH SPACE. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Ito 'yung mga tipo ng banyo na hindi ka talaga pipikit kasi feeling pag pumikit ka, may iba ng nakatitig sa'yo pag dilat mo. HAHAHA!
 I didn't use the bath tub even if there were two of them in ours 'cause it felt like someone will drown me I stay too long. HAHAHAHA! Praning much.


The view from the house is great but if feels like a scene taken out of a horror movie especially with the rocking chair. 


Two king sized beds.

Don't get me wrong, the house was beautiful and it was preserved well. It's like having a glimpse of our colorful past but then staying inside the house was unsettling for us 'cause you know, we're not brave. HAHAHA. Nakakapraning. :))


  I know it's just us being paranoid but we just couldn't help it. HAHAHA!! I know a lot of people seek this kind of thrill but it's definitely not my style. I was able to enter one of their hotel rooms by the way and I'd take that instead of this huge house anytime. :)) 


Pero sobrang amazing nung labas. I liked walking around the entire area looking at all the ground houses. It's like not being in the Philippines nga eh, definitely a must-visit! I'll save the photos of that for another post. <3


Wasn't able to take photos of the entire buffet area so below is just a sneek peak of what you'd expect. There were a lot of food even if this stay was on a weekday. 







There were a lot of people in the dining hall that morning; around 200-300. Just that we walked there a bit late so we sat the tables farthest to the buffet area.

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