When I went to Balesin Island Club last weekend I quickly developed favoritism for Balesin Village. Their villa was my favorite among all the different residences in the resort. And there’s my beloved ham too. The Balesin Spa is the icing on the cake.
The prices for the spa services were much cheaper than what hotels and resorts usually charge considering the amenities that were included.
In my opinion the best way to enjoy the spa is to swim a few laps in the pool then take a shower in your private cabin and get a massage.
When you sign up for a massage you get a building all for yourself.
There was one couples room while the rest were singles.
There’s an outdoor shower and sauna too.
There’s a surcharge of P250 to use the sauna or steam bath.
Needless to say I had a wonderful massage at 9:00 pm which led to very restful sleep.
Inside there was also a toilet and another shower.
You can also have a massage outdoors.
The view of the waters at The Balesin Spa was one of the best in the resort. This picture was totally untouched and unedited.
At night the spa took on a different atmosphere.
It rained when we had a massage and it was a good thing our golf buggy had a raincoat.
Check out my other posts on Balesin Island Club.
Snapshots of Balesin Island Club (iPhone photos)
Balesin Island Club – Balesin Village
Balesin Island Club – What We Ate at Balesin Village
Balesin Island Club – The Balesin Spa
Balesin Island Club – Mykonos Village
Balesin Island Club – St. Tropez Village
Balesin Island Club – Phuket Village
Balesin Island Club – Costa Del Sol Village
Balesin Island Club – Bali Village
Balesin Island Club
4330 Polillo, Quezon
telephone: (02) 846 6205