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Club Manila East, Taytay

(2.5/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Sure it looks like a great resort but then again if you are looking for ways to escape the summer heat, better look somewhere else. Taking a dip in their pool at daytime is like entering a hot sauna. ...  more »
  • You could spend more than a thousand pesos for water only during a day tour. A liter of bottled water is already php40. So if you have quite a big family it will cost you more. They showcase different...  more »
  • There's a wide range of pool leisure and recreation to choose from ... from kiddie pools to ocean waves to kayaking or simply stretching out or sipping drinks at the poolsides, Club Manila Wast is eas...  more »
  • Very large pools. You can ride boats here as well. Wow
  • I wanted to go out with my family to somewhere special without having to go too far. Having two daughters aged 3 and 6, if you are a parent, you should know that having these feisty kids on the road can be quite disastrous. So there I was with my daughters and my wife on a Sunday afternoon, the sun is shining its brightest and if you are without sunglasses, the glare will take its toll on your eyes. From the outside the place already has a welcoming ambiance, the parking space is more than sufficient to accommodate tons of guests. As you enter the premises, you need to check in to the reception area with tinted glass doors, located on your immediate left. It is a spacious room that feels more like a hotel lobby with a rustic feel. Kids below 3ft are free of charge! The first thing I noticed when I entered the premises was the presence of a police officer, it already gave a sense of security for me and my family. I read one of the reviews on their facebook fan page, and I was alarmed that their cottage has no lock. When I entered my rented cabana, I realized why. It is a COTTAGE! Supposedly it is open as with any other cottages in other resorts. Club Manila East’s version of a cottage was actually leveled up because not only is it spacious with walls, but it has a wall fan and its own restroom. If you really want a place where you can lock the doors, then there are other rooms/accommodations available. It won’t take long to inquire at the front desk as the personnel and staff are really friendly and accommodating. I was impressed by the vastness of the place, and it was spotless clean! (well of course, there is nature’s litter but it was very minimal) Members of the staff are making sure everything is in order. One of the things I heard before was concerning food, guests are not allowed to bring in their own food but I was informed that they now allow bringing of food until the end of the year provided that they are packed properly (like in styro packages). My kids love the kiddie pool, deep enough for kids of all ages to enjoy. Another thing that caught my attention was the presence of lifeguards around every corner and big warning signs of what you are not allowed to do. There is a huge kiddie pool for the young and the young at heart, and those who simply want to waddle and get their feet wet. Love thrills? Then try out their monster slide. I can’t fathom how far it goes but by the looks of it, it will definitely pump up your adrenaline really good! One thing I admire about how the place was designed was the diving area, all of the pool are 4.5 feet deep, the diving area situated near the ocean wave pool is 14 feet deep. You cannot dive unless you really know how to swim because to reach the platform, you need to swim your way there for a few meters. If you are ready to flex your muscles, you must try the kayak. The queue can be quite long but the wait is all well worth it. In any case, most guests who try their hands on paddling do not last more than 10 minutes. I tried it with my youngest daughter and I found out why. It was my first time to try paddling in a kayak and it is quite easy, it will just take its toll on your arms after a few minutes. There are no grill stations, but you can approach this open canteen for the best grilled goodies! Their souvenir shop is packed with great gifts, it also sells swimming gears and stuff you need while you enjoy your stay here. There is a shaded pool for those who are conscious about their tan. And the best part of the resort: The Ocean Wave! This area is actually located on the farthest side from the entrance. Most guests flock here, it is spacious enough it is like four basketball courts big. The waves can be pretty high so a word of caution for those who have children, make sure to always keep an eye on them. In any case, there is always the big signage that will remind you about it. ;)
  • Another pride of Rizal. It's like getting swimming enthusiasts to a different and exciting level. They have so much pools to swim from. Plus their wavepools are a big hit to everyone! Only problem is that, fees a bit hype.
  • kasundo ko lahat nang mga tao dito!4years na ako pabalik balik dito at di ko na kayang bitawan pa! CME forever!!!
  • This is a place where my parents go in summer since I was a child.