Feast your eyes on these Las Casas Bataan casas’ light fixtures and elegant designs inspired by the colonial period while lounging in the luxuries of modern day amenities. Highlighting the old-world charm of the colonial era matched with modern-day innovations, each casa features:
· Extra bed (upon request)
· In-room safety deposit box
· Options for beach-view or plaza-view room*
· Television with cable channels
· One full granite bathroom with separate
bathtub and shower
Private casas include umbrellas, complimentary bottled water, and living and dining areas. To check the location of your desired rooms, please see the property’s vicinity map.
Built sometime in the 1900s, Casa Tondo has the typical structural design of the houses in old Manila. The main feature of the house is its “media agua”, or the roof above the windows that resembles a canopy. It offers a good view of the plaza, and can accommodate up to 6 adults.
· 3 queen beds · 3 rooms
Casa San Miguel
Originally from San Miguel, Bulacan, this casa was built in the 1900s. It was owned by the Buencamino Family and was transferred to the resort in 2009. The staircase, which was originally at the back of the house, was repositioned to the front as the owner’s attempt to highlight its beauty. This Bataan resort casa has 5 rooms and can accommodate up to 10 people.
· 12 queen beds
One of the biggest infrastructures in the resort, this casa is characterized by its rustic yet classic design. Its most prominent feature is its orange brick facade inspired by the structures of European architecture. It has a total of 3 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 6 adults.
· 3 king beds
Named after a municipality in Batangas, Casa Lemery is one of the rather artistic casas in the vicinity. Notable for its caryatids, which are columns shaped in the form of women, this accommodation has a total of 2 bedrooms and can accommodate a maximum of 4 adults.
· 2 king beds
This 2-story casa offers a peek at Spanish royalty living and takes pride in its luxurious furniture design and intricate fixtures from ceiling, wall, to floor. Equipped with grandiose features that include an old-world inspired bathing area, this accommodation has 2 bedrooms and can host up to 4 adults.
· 2 king beds
One of the more petite casas, Casa Terraza serves as a perfect nook for couples wanting a getaway from the busy city. With a small terrace, romantic draperies, and a beachfront view, nothing gets more romantic than staying in this casa. Equipped with a four-poster bed and 2 single tubs, it can accommodate up to 2 adults.
· 1 king bed
Its name may be derived from the Spanish term for “small” but nothing about its interior is short of grandiose. Its doors lead to a spacious studio-type accommodation fully equipped with a luxurious bed and an extravagant bathroom with two bathtubs. This casa can host up to 2 adults.
· 1 king bed
Highly floral in motif, this house was owned by Kapitan Fernando Vergel de Dios who had two wives and a total of 21 children in his lifetime. The lower part of the house was called “luwasan” because this is where Bulakeños waited for their ride to Manila. Located at the plaza, this casa can accommodate up to 8 adults.
· 4 queen beds · 2 rooms
Casa Binondo I
This 2-story casa takes pride in the featured artwork displayed on its 2nd floor. These paintings called the Noveau Paintings give you the perfect artistic feels of the Spanish period. Equipped with a balcony, it provides a good nook for relaxation and offers a beautiful view of the Plaza. It accommodates up to 8 people making it perfect for families on vacation.
· 4 queen beds · 4 rooms
Casa Binondo II
Originally built during the 1900s, this casa was erected in Binondo, Manila. A smaller version of Casa Binondo I, its architecture serve as a reflection of the typical structural design of houses in the country’s capital during the Spanish colonization. It can host up to a maximum of 6 adults.
· 3 queen beds · 3 rooms
Casa Jaen II
Built in 1901 by Hilarion Santiago Esquivel, Casa Jaen was called the White House being the residence of the first Mayor of Jaen. A 2-story house located at the plaza, it has 2 guest rooms on the ground floor and 1 guest room on its second floor. It can house up to a maximum of 10 guests.
· 4 twin and 2 queen beds
Casa Meycuayan was initially built in San Fernando, Pampanga in 1913 and was later moved to Meycauayan after being purchased by Rogelio Urrutia. The main attraction of this house is the pineapple motif on the ceiling made from plain metal sheet. It has 2 rooms on the ground floor and 3 rooms on its second floor, and accommodates up to 10 adults.
· 3 king, 1 queen, and 2 twin beds
Casa Byzantina was originally found in San Nicolas, Binondo. Considered as a floral “bahay na bato”, this house made use of revivalist styles with influences of several classical art movements. Complete with luxurious Hermes amenities, 24/7 butler service, and free cocktails, this casa is located at the plaza and can accommodate up to 16 guests.
· 7 queen beds · 6 rooms
This casa features a colorful history as being the only bahay na bato saved in its neighborhood during WWII. It was supposed to be demolished but was saved from destruction after a Japanese officer saw a picture of Charito, the owner of the house, wearing a kimono. Located at a semi-exclusive island cut from the rest, it has a total of 4 rooms and features a stunning view of the lake and the mountains.
· 5 queen beds · 1 king bed
Built in the 1920s, this casa was owned by Don Manuel Banzon until they were forced out by Japanese soldiers. It was turned into a Japanese Kempeitai during the second World War. After the liberation, the Banzons were able to reclaim their house which they turned into a clinic helping those in need of medical assistance. It features a total of 2 rooms and is located on a separate island with a private promenade and bougainville trellis.
· 2 queen beds · 1 king bed
This casa was originally built and by amateur architect Hospicio Garcia as a graduation gift to his daughter Genoveva Garcia. Unfortunately, Genoveva had other plans for her life and decided to elope with her American beau, Raymond Miller. Enraged with this turn of events, Hospicio threatened to burn the house down. Fortunately, his family was able to calm him down and change his mind. Nestled on a semi-exclusive location, it features a total of 5 rooms and offers a sweeping view of the lake.
· 1 queen bed · 4 king beds
Check-in is at 3PM while check out is at 12PM.
Las Casas offers another option for guests who fancy more peace and space to breathe. Introducing the ‘Island 2’—a patch of paradise, cut from the rest of the property by a romantic estero, for those who require additional privacy and exclusivity. It features three villas overlooking the mountain and the lake with a 24/7 butler service, free cocktails, and Hermes toiletries. Each one features a stunning private promenade, bougainvillea trellis, swimming pool, and wide open spaces.