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Jul 102010

Note: This blog post is a review. If you’d like to post an inquiry for Bato Springs Resort, kindly send them an email at

Man-made waterfalls beside a pool

Man-made waterfalls beside a pool

I’ve been to many resorts in Laguna, but this one really stands out. Amidst the lush landscape of Bato Springs are pools that aren’t your usual tile-lined vats of chloroform–the walls are made of stone and the floors of cement, allowing them to blend into the surroundings as if they were natural springs. One refreshing feature is the presence of artificial waterfalls beside many of the pools. If only for aesthetics, the waterfalls already do a great job, but even more, they make swimming in the pool a much livelier experience as well. For those who aren’t so comfortable with such natural-looking pools, there is one tiled pool. It didn’t miss out on the special feature, though. A lovely artificial waterfall still enlivens one side of the pool.

Huts in Bato Springs


Taking a walk around Bato Springs is a real treat. It’s not your usual square-ish resort; the paths are winding and surrounded with lovely scenery. At times, you’ll get to cross some of the pools using a short footbridge (a la Gaugin) or big stones that rise above the water. You’ll also see the different types of huts and cottages that guests can rent. The cottages are your typical booth + table in the middle + nipa roof on top. The huts, which are of different sizes, are reminiscent of the kubo but with some obviously modern furnishings (metal roofing, cement ladders and posts, glass windows). I was also told that some venues had air conditioning.

I’d recommend Bato Springs for a family getaway. With its affordable fees and quaint facilities, all the members of your family will get a good rest in this resort in San Pablo.

Natural-looking pool

Who’d think that this is a pool?

A beautiful pool


Tiled pool with man-made waterfalls

Tiled pool with man-made waterfalls

A pavillion

A pavillion

Bridge over untroubled water

Bridge over untroubled water

For inquiries, please email batospringsresort(at) or post on their Facebook page.

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  41 Responses to “Outing to Bato Springs (San Pablo, Laguna)”

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  2. inquire me regarding your resort, pls txt me 09222765368

  3. I would like to know the complete details for the upcoming summer promo’s that ur offering pls let me through my e-mmail thanks & good day.

    • Hi! Please email the resort at batospringsresort(at)

    • gusto q sana magpa reservr jan sa april 20 poh ung room ano ba malaki poh ba kasya ung 20 person at my aircon poh ba ung jade na room pls i need asap

  4. kindly send me you room rates and other info regarding your resort.. this is my email add. and this is my globe number 0917-5305745 and this is my sun number 0922-9673943.. please send it to me asap.. thank you so much..

  5. magkano po ang day tour dito? mgkano ung entrance fee, time open and kung pano pumunta jan?

  6. gud pm just inquiring entrance fee and cottage fee at the resort

  7. Hi M’ Joy,

    Need to know the room rates, entrance for 20pax…thanks! God Bless po! need your asap response on this mam…:)

  8. can u pls email me the entrance fee, rate of cottages and are u open this september? my family is planning to have an outing this september…. thank you…

  9. hi po pd po ba malamn room rates. . .good for 14 people . . .thank you po

  10. good day.. please can u send to my email how much the entrance fee? the room also and is it allow to bring the food? and i ned th complete details.. thank you!

  11. Please give me some info regarding entrance fees, corkage, etc…..
    tnx..i nid ur reply please..
    More power.

  12. Good day.. Can you please send me thru my emai info: entrance fee; price for 1 family room. Do you allow to bring food and drinks? and the location map. Possible booking date will be 15 April to 16 April 2013. Thank you.

  13. mag inquire lang po pag over night and cottage.

  14. good eve..ask lng poh how much the entrance fee and also the cottage?pls..reply the complete details.thank you…..

  15. how much ang cotteges ninyo? pwede ba sa cottege na lang mag stay kahit overnight?? pls reply to my email. thanks and more power

  16. Good pm! can you pls send me a pic of your cottages worth 1200 up to 1500 asap?! thanks.. :))) god bless!!

  17. gud am just inquiring entrance fee and cottage fee at the resort tanks txt me 09194886065 asap thanks GOD BLESS ……..

  18. Nice review :-) been wondering where my boyfriend and I can spend our anniversary . This definitely is on top of my list. Thanks for sharing this wonderful place. ^^

    Only hope that the other people who leave comments here would try to re-read and understand that this particular post is only a review :-P

    • Thanks, R.A. Cruz. I hope you do get to drop by Bato Springs. It’s been years since I’ve gone there and I’m itching for another visit with my family. The place is rather refreshing.

      Nice blog :)

  19. hello good day ,. gusto ko sana itanong kung may private room kau for 20 persons and kung magkano? thanks ,. pareserve sana for april 22

  20. Pls send how much the cotteges and the entrance fee..tnx!

  21. hi natural running water b ang bato spring ?

  22. hi . nag email na me sa gmail nyo nag ask ako kung pwede pumasok jan ng 10pm at kung pwede, anong oras kame makakalabas . tnx wala pa po kase sumasagot eh

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