My first time to Club Punta Fuego was during a company outing in 2013, so I didn’t really get to enjoy the facilities. The second time around, I was with fellow travel bloggers and we stayed for 2 nights, fully exploring the place at a leisurely place because the place is HUGE! They have golf limousines to shuttle you around the property, like the upper level, lower beach and the docks to watch the sunset. They’ve also got a bike rental in case you want to bring yourself around. Honestly, I would come here to ride out the apocalypse because it’s a community of its own.
The view of the sea was amazing from the infinity pool! The still water reflected the clouds and the blue sky.
The Seaview Casitas are arranged like stucco houses with an entrance facing the driveway and sliding doors that open up to a veranda with a view of the sea. I have to say that the rooms are great but the bathrooms are gorgeous with the blue tiles and a mini greenhouse to hang stuff to dry! (Clearly, I love spending time in the bathroom.)
Each casita comes with the following:
-Coffee-Maker and Tea-Maker
-Safety Deposit Box
-Private Toilet and Bath
-Complimentary Bottled Water
The club is equipped with all the entertainment you’ll ever need while on vacation–Mini Theater, Tennis and Indoor Squash Courts and a Game Room with Pools Table and Dart Boards. Relax at the Ylang-Ylang Spa after a day on the beach.
Club Punta Fuego has multiple infinity pools, the main one at the clubhouse, and another in the upper level. It also has two private beaches.
The Lower Beach is much larger, which makes it ideal for water sports–water skiing, jet skiing, banana boating, SCUBA diving, snorkeling, wake-boarding, stand-up paddling and kayaking.
The Playground and the Miniature Golf are also in the Lower Beach area, so the family can be together for an afternoon of fun.
Complete the day at the Docks, watching the sun go down at the Barracuda.
For corporate events like team outings and strat plans, there are Meeting Rooms and Banquet Halls, as well as a Business Center to access your emails and do a bit of work. The gated community also has a Chapel / Shrine for an intimate wedding.
Entrance Fee and Room Rates
Until a few years back, Club Punta Fuego had been super exclusive, available only to its members and guests endorsed by members. It opened up to the public for online bookings just a few years ago.
Endorsed Guests: Up to 20 guests can be endorsed on weekdays and and up to 10 guests on weekends. Any groups with a headcount in excess has an entrance fee of PHP 1,000/pax on weekdays and PHP 1,200/pax on weekends.
Online Booking: The entrance fee is built into the room rate for online bookings.
|Room Type||Regular Rate||Summer Weekday Escape||Rainy Weekday Escape|
|Standard Casita w/ Breakfast||PHP 14,000||PHP 9,800||PHP 7,700|
|Standard Sunset Room w/ Breakfast||PHP 14,000||PHP 9,800||PHP 7,700|
|Seaview Casita w/ Breakfast||PHP 15,000||PHP 10,500||PHP 8,250|
|Seaview Sunset Room w/ Breakfast||PHP 15,000||PHP 10,500||PHP 8,250|
San Diego Restaurant
While you’re in Club Punta Fuego, you don’t need to go anywhere else for provisions. San Diego Restaurant is open for intercontinental breakfast buffet, lunch and dinner. There’s a themed dinner buffet every weekend, and it rotates every week. It was Mongolian Grill while we were there. They had so many kinds of meat, seafood and veggies to choose from, paired with dozens of condiments!
Il Jardineto Restaurant
The Lower Beach is where you’ll find the Italian resto Il Jardineto, which serves pasta, pizza, salad and mains. The mocktails were refreshing as we took shade from the noontime sun!
Traditions and Contradictions
Located at the club with a view of the infinity pool directly in sight, Traditions and Contradictions is Club Punta Fuego’s very own bar. Apart from wines and spirits, it also serves wicked dessert. We had coffee with some of their favorites, a perfect way to end dinner!