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8 Coziest Beach Resorts In Liwliwa, Zambales To Visit This Summer
Beach at Sunset

Once a humble fishing village, Liwliwa Beach, Zambales has grown to become a booming tourist destination for beachgoers looking for cozy accommodations with prices that won’t break the bank.

Unlike other tourist spots, however, Liwliwa boasts a very laid-back vibe. There is minimal activity when the sun goes down. Some resorts host live music performances by local artists at night, while others offer cocktails and hard liquor for guests to enjoy along the sandy strip of the beach.

There are plenty of beach resorts and campsites in Liwliwa that offer guests the chance to settle down while surrounded by nature and simplicity. We will list the best beach resorts here.

Best Beach Resorts in Liwliwa Beach

Promised Land Beach Resort's Website

Promised Land Beach Resort

Promised Land Beach Resort is a family-owned property nestled just along the Liwliwa shoreline. Established in 2018, the resort offers the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

The prices of accommodations at Promised Land Beach Resort range from P1,500 to P12,300, depending on the number of people staying and the season. The prices also change per year, which means it would be best for guests to check out Promised Land’s website to get the latest pricing.

Promised Land offers several activities for guests to enjoy during their stay, including an ATV rental, surfing lessons, beach volleyball, massage by the beach, karaoke sessions, board games, and movie nights.

Rates (as of January 2023)

  • Family Beach Hut for 10 persons – P11,500 to P12,300
  • Barkada Beach Hut for 8 persons – P8,400 to P9,200
  • Villa for 6 persons – P7,300 to P7,800
  • Superior Room for 6 persons – P5,200 – P5,700
  • Regular Beach Hut for 2 persons – P4,500 to P4,700
  • Small Beach Hut for 2 persons – P3,500 to P3,700
  • Kubo Fan Room for 3 persons – P1,500 to P2,000

Contact Information:




Haven Campsite Liwliwa Facebook Page

Haven Campsite Liwliwa

If you’re looking for a resort that offers “glamping” opportunities, look no further than Haven Campsite Liwliwa. This pet-friendly resort is known for its Tee Pee huts and villas perfect for solo and ground travelers. The resort also has a designated camping ground where backpackers can pitch their tents.

In addition to the huts, the resort has an onsite restaurant serving Filipino and Korean dishes. There is also a Tiki Bar that serves a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Rates (as of January 2023)

  • Teepee Villa with Private CR and Complimentary Breakfast for 5 persons – P6,000
  • Teepee Cabin with Private CR and Complimentary Breakfast for 3 persons – P4,500
  • Family Room with Private CR and Complimentary Breakfast for 4 persons – P4,500
  • Boho Room with Private CR and Complimentary Breakfast for 2 persons – P3,500
  • Teepee Huts with Complimentary Breakfast for 2 persons – P2,000

Contact Information:


Kapitan's Liwa Surf Resort Website

Kapitan’s Liwa Surf Resort

Kapitan’s Liwa Surf Resort is one of the most well-known budget-friendly accommodations in Liwliwa. Situated less than five minutes from the shore, Kapitan’s Liwa offers a relaxed ambiance and a no-nonsense approach to staying near the beach.

The surf resort caters to both travelers on a tight budget and those who can splurge more for a bigger space. All guests have access to surfing lessons, which costs around P500 per hour. Additionally, there is an in-house restaurant and cafe that serves coffee made from locally-sourced beans, all-day breakfast, and specialty ramen.

Rates (as of January 2023)

  • Barkada Room for 8 persons – P9,500
  • Family Room for 6 persons with Complimentary Breakfast for 3 guests – P8,000
  • Double AC Room with Complimentary Breakfast for 4 persons – P5,500
  • Villa Amelia with Complimentary Breakfast and Coffee for 2 persons – P4,000
  • Villa Grace with Complimentary Breakfast for 2 persons – P4,000
  • AC Room with Complimentary Breakfast for 2 persons – P3,500
  • Standard Room for 2 persons – P2,500

Contact Information

Phone: 0920 907 0412



Limliwa Beach Resort Facebook Page

Limliwa Beach Resort

Limliwa Beach Resort is perhaps one of the most popular beach resorts in the area. The resort accommodates solo travelers, families, and groups of all needs and budgets. Tents are also available for rent for campers who wish to save on budget and stay outdoors.

Limliwa Beach Resort has its own restaurant onsite called Talisay Restaurant. The eatery is famous for serving the freshest seafood dishes. Guests can also bring their own food and cook it at the common grilling area.

What sets the resort apart is its Beach Bar. As the name suggests, the bar is located near the shoreline where tables and bean bags are set up for guests to relax. I personally recommend the bar’s Blue Lagoon and Tequila Sunrise.

Rates (as of January 2023)

For the latest room rates, please refer to the resort’s Facebook page.

Contact Information

0956 095 0017




Odyssea Beach Resort Facebook Page

Odyssea Beach Resort

Odyssea Beach Resort offers guests an affordable getaway, with accommodations ranging from airconditioned teepee huts and villas for bigger groups. Tents are also available for rent for backpackers on a tight budget.

The resort is a short walk from the shoreline where guests can sign up for an ATV ride.


Please refer to their Facebook page for updated room rates.

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Circle Hostel Facebook Page

Circle Hostel

The Circle Hostel is a chain of budget-friendly eco-hostels primarily targeting solo travelers. There are no private rooms in the hostel, which may not necessarily fit the usual definition of a “resort” However, Circle Hostel definitely deserves recognition.

The hostel only offers bunk beds in a fan-cooled dormitory. There is also a common space and a basic kitchen where travelers can cook their own food or socialize with other backpackers. Guests who don’t feel like cooking can also buy meals from the onsite restaurant.

Each guest is provided a locker to use. However, they must bring their own padlocks.

Rate (as of January 2023)

Bunk Bed – P620 per person

Contact Information



Bali of Liwa Facebook Page

Bali of Liwa

Bali of Liwa is one of the newest beach resorts in Liwliwa. Though areas of it are still under construction, the resort offers overnight guests an aesthetically pleasing stay beside a mini river and about five minutes from the beach.

Accommodation options include Bali- and Maldives-inspired air-conditioned cabins and villas as well as modern tree houses. As of writing, the resort offers limited amenities to guests.

Rates (as of January 2023)

  • Bali Cabins (Fan Room) for 2 persons – P2,500
  • Bali Cabins (Fan Room) for 3 persons – P3,000
  • Modern Tree House (Fan Room) for 2 persons – P3,500
  • Econo Cabin for 4 persons – P4,500
  • Econo Cabines for 6 persons – P5,500
  • Star Cabin for 4 persons (Lower Floor) – P5,800
  • Star Cabin for 4 persons (Upper Floor) – P4,000
  • Cabin for 4 persons (Lower Floor) – P5,500
  • Cabin with Glass Windows for 6 persons (Upper Floor) – P6,000
  • Cabin with Glass Door (Lower Floor) for 4 persons – P5,500
  • Econo Cabin for 4 persons (Upper Floor) – P4,000
  • Glass Villa for 6 persons – P10,800

Contact Information

Phone: 0961 635 2761



Hideout Facebook Page


Located at the end of the strip of beach resorts in Liwliwa, Hideout is a hostel perfect for travelers looking for budget-friendly accommodation and a quiet place to stay. The hostel is surrounded by agoho trees.

There are couple rooms good for 2 persons and dorm rooms for groups at the Hideout. Lockers are also provided to guests so they can safely store their items.

The Hideout is primarily known for its sustainable efforts. In fact, various furniture pieces in the hostel are made of recycled materials. The owners of the hotel also participate in environmental efforts, including the Pawikan Conservation Volunteer Group.


Please contact the hostel for more information on room rates.

Contact Information

Phone: 0917 500 0708



How To Get To Liwliwa Beach

Liwliwa is located in San Felipe, Zambales. While a private car is the best transportation option to get to San Felipe Town, there is a way to get to Zambales from Metro Manila by bus.

From Caloocan, Cubao, and Pasay, travelers can take a bus bound for Iba or Sta. Cruz, Zambales. These buses will pass through the San Felipe town proper where travelers can alight and take a tricycle directly to Sitio Liwliwa. In most cases, the drivers could drop you off at the different accommodations in the area if you give them the name of the resort.

Bonus: Where To Eat In Liwliwa

There are plenty of restaurants and eateries serving good food in Liwliwa. Here are some of the most popular choices.

Board Culture

Aside from being a beachfront resort, Board Culture offers a variety of sumptuous meals at an affordable price. Each dish is prepared delicately and uses imported seasonings and ingredients, making each bite worthy of its price.

Board Culture offers vegan options, steaks, wagyu, pasta, burgers, and inasal.

Note: Board Culture temporarily closed its doors in December. Please refer to their Facebook page for more updates.

Taco Joint

Located inside Board Culture in Liwliwa, Taco Joint is an authentic Mexican taqueria selling the best tacos and quesadillas in the area. The restaurant also sells delicious burritos, nachos, elotes, and churros, making it the perfect place to go for that Mexican hit.

Right across from Taco Joint is a bar serving bottles of beer and shots of hard liquor. The owner of the bar also gives fire dance performances during sundown.

Mommy Phoebe’s Place

No trip to Liwliwa will be complete without a trip to Mommy Phoebe’s Place. Stories say the store first began as a “sari-sari store” and expanded into a restaurant after locals began asking the owner to cook delicious meals.

Mommy Phoebe’s is, by far, one of the most affordable food hubs in the area, serving large plates of pancakes, waffles, noodles, breakfast items, and other rice meals. Guests also need to try their fruit shakes, which are definite must-haves.