New in Hamilo Coast is the Pico Sands Hotel and Spa. We were lucky to get a tour of the rooms.
This was the beautiful view from the back of the lobby.
Right next door to the hotel is the country club which was just a short walk away. You can take a golf cart to go there. It’s very convenient to access the biggest and most gorgeous pool in the entire complex. Non-members have to pay a daily fee of P500 of which P250 is consumable. This fee enables the guest to use all the resorts facilities like the pool, bowling lane, badminton court, ktv and more. During the week a non-members just need to bring an authorization letter from the member. On weekends they have to be accompanied by the actual members.
While some of our friends went for a dip in the sea Debbie and I chose to go to the spa for a massage.
Massage in private rooms cost P880 an hour, P980 for 1 hour and 15 minutes and P1,180 1 and 1/2 hours. The massage was heavenly!
We got assigned to a big room with four beds. We had the room to ourselves. There were also rooms with one or two massage beds.
Too bad the jacuzzi tub wasn’t working yet.
This was the hi-tech control panel for the shower/steam room. It had some kinks to it that’s why we weren’t able to try out the steam room.
At least the shower worked fine.
It was a big shower stall with a bench to sit in while you enjoy the steam. We used it to put our towel and clothes since there weren’t any hooks or towel bars.
A separate enclosure for the water closet.
After our merienda we all went back to the hotel to tour the different rooms. The open skylight brought enough natural light to the atrium layout of the hotel.
This two level loft looked and felt more like an apartment than a hotel. It made you really feel at home.
On the upper level was a king sized bed. Maximum occupancy is 2 adults and 2 kids.
This was the view from the bedroom.
I have never seen sliding glass door for a shower before. Neat!
This is the Premiere room with 2 queen beds.
This is the superior room with 1 king bed. These last two rooms happened to be connecting rooms. So if you’re in a big group you can book these two rooms. The bathrooms were the same as the one in the Penthouse Loft.
Now anyone can visit Hamilo Coast even if you don’t own a condo unit there. You can stay at the Pico Sands Hotel and Spa. Just make sure to book in advance because I heard they get really full during weekends. How to get to Hamilo Coast? Click here
6 thoughts on “Pico Sands Hotel and Spa”
so is it open to the public? or you need an authorization letter from the member?
It’s not open to the public. You need to go with a guest on weekends or bring an authorization letter from a member on weekdays.
oh okay, i got confused since on the bottom of your previous post you mentioned it’s open to the public. you might have meant something else. haha
Ooops you’re right! I got confused too. 😉 I already edited that post. Thanks for letting me know.
Hello, I understand that Hamilo Coast is restricted to members. Is Pico Sands Hotel also restricted to members? Please let me know and thanks for the pictures and virtual tour 🙂
I believe a member has to endorse you so you can use the hotel.