Friday, April 11, 2008

Travel Photography: Subic Sweet Water Accomodations


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just thought I'd share some photos I took of some of the accommodations available at Subic Sweet Water resort. Mind you, we didn't get to go around all the villas, just the two main buildings of the resort (hitherto fore called building A, which the building where the kitchen is located, and building B, which is newer and bigger - I think - than the previous). And even in those buildings, I just took photos of the living areas on the 2nd floors of both buildings. :) Just to give you an idea, basically, you'd be able to pretty much house at least 12 people in each of these rooms (16 in the bigger space in building B). We wanted to explore some more but the army soldiers occupying the rest of the resort were kinda intimidating.

For the original blog entry about Subic Sweet Water, please click here.

I apologize in advance for the sucky wide-angle shots. :D I'll take better pictures next time. I promise. :D


above the kitchen 0
"Building A"
living area
Living Area, building A (above the kitchen)
You can see from this view that there's a smaller room straight ahead, and a bigger master bedroom to the right. What you don't see is the open ceiling and big ceiling mounted fans that help cool the space.
Wideangle room2
wide angle view of master bedroom (building A)
Wideangle room2
wide angle view of master bedroom 2 (building A)
view from room
View from the room...
above the kitchen
"Building B"
We didn't get to explore the first floor of this building though. :)
big space veranda
veranda, building B
big space living area
living area, building B
Wideangle room big space
wide angle view of 2nd building, bedroom (building B)


For the original blog entry about Subic Sweet Water, please click here.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

hi.wer going here next week.. do they have smaller rooms? for couples? is there a bathroom in all the rooms?

jace_bu said...

well, aside from the rooms pictured here, I can't speak for any other accomodations (other villas) they have on property as there were people occupying them at the time so we couldn't go around and take pictures. :) but i'm sure there are private enough rooms. :) have fun!

Anonymous said...

Hi, we're interesed in visiting the place, how do we make reservation, who to contact? what is the rate for the villa?
Is this nicer than all hands?
Thanks...

Anonymous said...

Hi, how did you get your reservation, couldnt find any contact info to make reservation or ask for rates. What is the rate for the villa.
Thanks,

jace_bu said...

Anonymous, I hope you were able to check out my first blog entry which had info on how to get there as well as contact information for the resort's owner / contact person known as Paulo. :)

http://photobu.blogspot.com/2008/03/travel-photography-subic-sweet-water.html

Sorry I wasn't able to reply any sooner. I hope you were able to find all the info you needed! Good luck!