Les Caraibes Beach Resort

Les Caraibes Beach Resort

Lot 7713-A Barangay Hugom Laiya, San Juan, Luzon Philippines
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Cluster rooms located at the back of the resort.
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3.3 of 5 bubbles
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Les Caraibes Beach Resort is an excellent choice for travelers visiting San Juan, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Les Caraibes Beach Resort is a hotel offering air conditioning and a kitchenette in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.

The hotel features room service. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting San Juan. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

Travelers looking for a place to eat close to Les Caraibes Beach Resort can head to Oceano Acuatico (0.1 mi), which is within walking distance.

Enjoy your stay in San Juan!

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D_Roadless_Traveller wrote a review Sep 2011
Luzon, Philippines34 contributions29 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Date of visit was May 2011. This was my second time at Les Caraibes Resort in Laiya, Batangas. The first one was an overnight stay during the summer of 2010 which happened so fast, we decided to return this 2011 staying for 3 days & 2 nights.

I waited last January 2011 to get the 2011 summer rates and I easily made a reservation thanks to their friendly staff (Joel, Nancy, etc.). I can easily contact them through cellphone rather than using email or Facebook.

When I re-checked their price list by April 2011, they made another price increase last March. The reason for this is because they added a satellite TV for the cluster rooms and a water dispenser for the Big Cottage. No changes were made at the kubos(huts) but the rates also increased. Still, no refrigerator available in the rooms. It's better to bring a cooler chest to store those perishable goods. However, they added a so-called "complimentary breakfast" which I believe does not equate to their double rate increase.

In comparison to the year 2010 summer rates and their double-increase this summer of 2011, these are the increase at the ff (room rental + corkage or bring own food) for a 3D2N stay: Kubo=1500 pesos, Cluster=44%, and Big Cottage=22%.

I noticed their indicated prices are vat EXCLUSIVE so don't forget to add the 12% VAT from all your bills. Inspite of the increase, the rates of this resort is still at the top-5 lowest resort rates in Laiya.

They did not give me a discount considering I am a returning guest, and I referred 2 groups of friends last year...maybe because it's peak season.

As usual, since Laiya is far from the commercial area, prices of basic commodities is high. The food tastes good but very pricey. Even the 5-gallon drinking water from the dispenser costs higher (224 pesos vat inclusive). One set meal (1 cup rice, vegetable side dish, and 1 viand or ulam) for 250-350 pesos. This is expensive considering guests who are active at the beach all day will definitely have a big appetite for food. We instead brought our own food and used the cooking facilities provided at the hut. We bought all we need to consume at the San Juan market by a 30-minute drive from the resort.

Another alternative is to eat at the carinderia (eatery) or local store outside the resort which is cheaper compared to the resort restaurant.

Although the resort restaurant cooks good dishes, only few people ate there. Most guests that saw us eat at the carinderia outside the resort followed us and ate there as well.

We stayed at the kubo and big cottage. The rooms and CRs were clean. We did not rent any cluster rooms this time because it is located at the back area of the resort and there is no place to stay idly outside the room. If you want the whole big group to standby in one place, I suggest renting a kubo or the day-trip cottages.

We stayed there for 3 days & 2 nights. The staff were friendly. They promptly gave us clean towels & extra mattresses once we checked-in and on the 2nd day. They attended to our needs whenever we inquired for something.

There is a sudden steep of water after 2 meters from the shore. The front of the resort is well-raked every early morning. Sand quality is not powder white. It's more of a beige, fine pebble just like the sand used in aquariums. However, the sand tends to be more rocky as you walk towards the direction of La Luz. It would be best to wear slippers or aqua shoes.

Since we stayed there for 3D2N, it's a bit boring just to stay at the resort for the entire duration. You should explore Laiya and all the resorts. We proceeded to the rock formation at the the extreme end of La Luz Resort. Unfortunately, security guards prevented us from crossing La Luz so we rode an inflatable just a few meters away from the shore up to the rock formation. Those security guards will never notice.

(NOTE: Virgin beach resort, located the at far left side of Les Caraibes will also prevent you from walking at their coastline.)

Another alternative is to rent a local boat (2-way trip for 3 hours @1800pesos/10 people). We traversed the entire stretch of Laiya and viewed all the resorts. We reached the cave and found lots of rock formations for our pictorial, more variety than settling for the small La Luz rock formation. Our guide led our boat to a marine sanctuary for us to snorkel. The corals are not that great in comparison to the Bauan, Batangas Corals.

On the right side of Les Caraibes is the Casa Dolores Resort (a.k.a. La Luz Labas), a low-class public resort which is over-crowded, lots of drunk people, and more of a marketplace rather than a decent resort. It is located between Les Caraibes and La Luz and it can distract guests who want to relax. This is not the fault of the resort though but I'm only telling what is the ambiance beside it. Securities of both resorts won't allow guests from La Luz Labas to loiter beyond their premisses.

If you want to eat fresh fish, local fishermen sell their catch early morning in front of Casa Dolores resort.

Overall, Les Caraibes is a good resort especially if you want to cook your own food. The area of overnight guests is not crowded even during peak seasons. However, the double-price increase this year is not up to par with the improvements of the rooms. I guess the resort is only narrowing the price difference of their rates from the other competitive resorts in Laiya. I suggest an optional refrigerator and more available air-con kubos. And maybe guests can waive the so-called "complimentary" breakfast just to squeeze the room rates a bit lower.

I may come back for another summer, but it depends on their next price increase in ratio with the resort improvements. But for first-timers, give this resort a try.
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Date of stay: May 2011
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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cherikizz wrote a review Jun 2011
Quezon City, Philippines23 contributions26 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
*a room good for 8 people starts at P6000 -- in other resorts for the same no. of people, the same room costs P12K up.
* extra person above 8 costs as low as P175 -- other resorts, P600
*a day trip (no private rooms booked) starts at P250/pax -- in other hotels, entrance is P600-750/pax. common shower rooms are clean!
*beach front is clean
* room and beddings are clean
* you can opt to dine in the resort restau or bring/cook your own food. price of room/hut/cottage you will rent depends on whether you are bringing in your own food

a little downside: the restau dishers were salty or overseasoned. inform the waiter beforehand not to make the dishes too salty.
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Date of stay: June 2011
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: resort said you'd get a discount on next stay!
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thetraveler0427 wrote a review Apr 2011
1 contribution8 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Went to les caraibes with friends this april of 2011, the resort is nice and clean, beach front is very clean not like the other beach front on its right side (low class resorts). One thing i just dont like is the price of their food, yes its delicious but its too pricey, price on their menu doesnt include 12% vat (shame). If you just compute your food expenses its better to go to La luz and or Sabangan (high end resorts) with an additional price you can enjoy unlimited food and not think about the price of food coz its buffet (la luz).

But overall we had a nice vacation there. I'll recommend les caraibes but i think i will not go back there. Better go to la luz or sabangan
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Date of stay: April 2011
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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AMarzan wrote a review Feb 2023
Los Angeles, California4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
First, we thought the coastline in Laiya was better than Nasugbu, but it's too far from Manila since you have to pass through small towns to get to the resort. I would consider looking for resorts close to Manila like Nasugbu next time.
Les Caraibes was just OK because we have 3 pets that went with us on this trip. I don't know if you really consider it a resort, as it only has lodging and small cafeteria. It is close to a pubic beach. I feel (my personal opinion) that it's for not-so-picky travelers. The place could have been maintained better, especially the bathroom. The shower has lukewarm water (water heater is almost broken and not maintained). No wifi in the rooms. Friendly staff though.
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Date of stay: January 2023
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Not for picky travelers.
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redcrimson wrote a review Aug 2013
Makati, Philippines3 contributions69 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I was looking for a resort that I could take my 2 large dogs and found this. It was our first time in Laiya i didn't even bother to look for other resorts because I already got the confirmation. I booked the Big Cottage room and their package 3 days 2 nights for a cheap price! I was excited about it because it will be our first time me, my partner and my 2 dogs.

When we got there I saw our room and it was huge! I was happy about it because my dogs would be able to run, walk freely inside our room and you can also parked your car just beside the cottage. When I checked the beach area I saw a massive crowd beside the resort (next to the resort were cheap resorts that you can book for 1k Night lol). I was shocked because I didn't expect it to have a lot of people and then when you look at the other side it was not that crowded maybe because it was the peak season that time. I brushed it off and we just started to take a dip with my dogs. I was again shocked because there's a lot of stray dogs near the resort and they didn't even bother to shoo them away. There's also a vendor, men that are just sitting in the cottage and talking it was so awkward for us because they were like looking at us. It was ANNOYING!!!

At night you can hear loud freaking KARAOKE sound that the other people from the resort just keep on singing!!! I mean can they just shut up its the middle of the night we wanted to sleep and we wanted to enjoy our first night. Not to mention for 2 nights they had an electricity problem great!!! And lets not forget our room the sliding glass door (BIG COTTAGE ROOM) DOESN'T HAVE A LOCK!!!!!!!! WTH!!!

I hate it that theyre food was expensive!!!!! I mean we just ate home cooked meals. We should have eaten outside the resort like carinderia!!!! Its the same food and same cooking!

WORST PART: Our last day was heart breaking because we have to leave the beach(the beach not the resort) because my dogs loved it!! When they were checking the rooms before we check out they saw that the CHEAP BLANKET is covered with dog hair they asked me to pay it. Yes its our fault and its fine to pay for it but the thing that i don't like is that they were asking me to pay it for FREAKING 500PESOS!!!!!! 500 pesos for that blanket that I could buy it for 50pesos!!! They said that its because it needs to be shipped from Manila blah blah. I told the girl whoever she is that we ate breakfast, lunch and dinner at their restaurant/carinderia for 3 days and i didn't even complained about the electricity and the glass door for the whole stay and you're giving me this. The girl was actually talking to a phone and I think that's the Manager or whatever he is. HE IS RUDE AND THE ONLY THING THAT THEY WANT IS MONEY!!!!

DON'T BOOK THIS EVER. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO BE STAYING UP LATE AT NIGHT BECAUSE OF THE KARAOKE, Its actually the main problem of the resort their KARAOKE!!!! Stray Dogs, Vendors, no locks door!!!!! I already told the girl THAT I'M NEVER EVER COMING BACK.
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Date of stay: September 2012
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Just dont choose this
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Mr S wrote a review Feb 2012
Manila21 contributions89 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
This is my second stay at Les Caraibes and I can't believe how bad it is now.

Back in 2010 I had a great experience at this resort and even met the owner who was a laid back French guy. He's since left the country and put the resort up for sale.

The resort is operating with the bare minimum of staff and there's no security guard/life guard. There was a slim guy who was helpful and polite and then two stockier guys who really seemed like they didn't want to be there. Ordering was a chore because it felt like they're doing you a huge favor each time.

The restaurant still has the wide selection of foods as before but unfortunately nothing was stocked! Every time we tried to order something, they'd trundle off to the kitchen and then come back and say it's not available. We were limited to cheese omelettes, ham toasties and a single pasta dish the whole weekend. No fresh fruits or juices, canned and bottled drinks only. Upon checkout we asked why they don't have any food available and they said that they don't stock up until peak season (March, apparently.)

The room is still basic although they've put in tiny little televisions. The TV screen is even smaller than your average laptop screen. We couldn't use it anyway because the remote control didn't work. We did see a cockroach in the room upon arrival, It's hard to say how big of a problem it is, since we didn't spend much time in the room.

Their beach area is now over run with locals and vendors trying to sell food and jewelry items. We went out there on Sunday morning only to find all of the Cabanas occupied by local vendors! When I went to the admin office to complain, I was told that we could sit in the bar area (away from the beach). What a joke! I'm paying to stay at the resort and yet I can't use the resort facilities because they're being used by non-paying vendors!

The vendors did leave space for us to sit at one of the Cabanas but then we were hassled by them all to buy things.

If you're going to this area, consider a different resort because this is now just a seedy hangout place for the locals.
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Date of stay: February 2012
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Jonas T wrote a review Mar 2017
1 contribution17 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Booked the biggest room (big cottage) to celebrate my birthday with 6 of my friends. The room was good for 10, with 3 double beds and foam beds for the rest to sleep on the floor. IT was big enough, but the small A/C lacked power to cool the whole room filled with people. It took some time for the room to cool down. The room was clean and big, but only had one bathroom, which was below my standard and the shower door broken. But we didn't mind. The beach was clean. The adjacent lower class resort was over crowded and was very noisy, but we didn’t mind.

Here’s the bad part: While I was booking over the phone, I asked if the big cottage room had its own stove and grill, as one of my friend is a chef and he offered to cook for everyone for my birthday. The lady assured me that the room was equipped with a stove and grill. When we arrived, we brought with us raw food and uncooked rice, only to find out that only the small rooms have stoves, and our room, the most expensive one, does not. The admin then said that they never told us that the big cottage had a stove; only a grill near the beached shared by everyone. The waiter told us that the resort can cook our meals in their kitchen with a cooking fee of around 160/kilo for meat and veggies, and 60/kg for rice. Since we brought meat for grilling, we only asked them to cook a kilo of prawns and a big full tupperware of uncooked rice. I saw the rice myself and held it in my hand. It was almost a kilo, maybe a little less. But when the cooked rice arrived, it was only good for 3 or 4 people. Now I know for a fact that 3-4 cups of rice (half a kg) can feed 5 people with a bit of left overs,, so a kilo can easily feed 10 people. Plus my chef who owns a restaurant knows that the rice that he brought was enough for everyone in our group, maybe even have left overs. Moreover, the rice that we brought was long grain rice; the one served to us wasn't. I went to see the waiter and he said that the rice that we gave wasn't even half a kilo. Furious, I went to the kitchen and demanded to see our tupperware. The cook gave us a different small tupperware with a sticker on the lid. The cook and the waiter held on to their claim that that that was our tupperware, but I insisted that the tupperware wasn't ours and I knew this because I held it with my own hands just a few hours before. So the cook went to the fridge and pulled out a tupperware that looked like ours but now with food inside. I asked them to empty the tupperware, fill it with uncooked rice and weigh it infront of me. It was a bit over 3/4 kilo. This is about 7 to 8 cups of uncooked rice, with means that it can feed at least 10 people. My friend who's a chef uses this same quantity to feed his staff of 12, and his staff are heavy rice eaters! I was so distraught that the staff would go so low and would scam us just for a few grams of rice. The ridiculousness of the situation made me give up just so the night wouldn't be ruined further; went back to our picnic table and ordered extra rice (which we were charged for). The rice came and the waiter told me that they added 2 or 3 more cups to our order as a gesture of apology.

Aside from this incident, my friends reported to me that some of the staffs were rude to them the following morning. I didn’t experience this first hand so I wont write about it. Overall, our experience with this resort was tainted by this incident. I wouldn’t go back and wouldn’t recommend my friends to stay here. It’s such a waste since the resort has potential, has a good location, and reasonably priced.
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Date of stay: March 2017
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Their big cottage DOES NOT have its own stove and grill
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Yayie S wrote a review Feb 2016
37 contributions9 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We were a group of 17 with kids and the place sufficiently housed us. There was hot/cold water in the bath. We stayed at the big cottage which is good for 10-12 persons and a kubo good for 6-8 with double deck beds. Food is ok, although only the big cottage has free set breakfast. The sand on this part is a bit pebbly as this is already located near the end of laiya strip. Grills are provided and for php100 roundtrip tricycle ride you can buy from the talipapa raw fish/meat or just order cooked food from the resort's restaurant. A bit pricey considering that meals weren't provided, but the resort provided a secured place for our big group with kids!
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Date of stay: February 2016Trip type: Traveled with friends
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isuilan f wrote a review Dec 2014
Laguna Hills, California2 contributions14 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
i went to that place walk in,and i ask the staff for the price of the cottage is so expensive that it is not a peak season that the room is good not actually very nice,i ask for there cheap room,they give me a room that not nice to see,its look like a typhoon run the place and he gave me a price,its is not reasonable price.and i said that the staff is not nice to say to me that,if you dnt like here go to sulit beach resort.and i went the sulit resort that resort is not on operation.they are not nice.then i went to casa Dolores,they were good staff and good price. Les Caraibes Beach Resort is cheap but there price is private.if you want private go to la luz right side and there left right.
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Date of stay: December 2014
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: no good room.the good room that i seee is casa dolores clean and i have discount.im happy...
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Ver wrote a review Jan 2012
Sydney, Australia437 contributions157 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We have initially booked Kabayan Beach Resort for this day trip of ours. We decided that Kabayan wasn't what we were looking for so we asked our friends right then and there to recommend other resorts to us. Les Caraibes was one of the recommendations, and thankfully, they have space for us.

If you want a nice relaxing time with friends, this is an ok resort, pretty quiet and inexpensive. The food is expensive which explains the cheap entrance fee. Service is fine. Beach is ok and of course you can roam freely to other beachfronts in other resorts there. Too bad we weren't able to do banana boating because the staff has advised that it wasn't safe at that day (which to me is a good thing considering that the staff actually considers safety over profit).

Pretty good but nothing remarkable. Less crowd is an advantage here though.
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Date of stay: August 2011
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Janalynnr asked a question Aug 2018
Manila, Philippines24 contributions12 helpful votes
How much overnight? Is it still pet friendly? I have a cat.
Answer from Nievs G
Rizal Province, Philippines242 contributions14 helpful votes
By the way, ung list ng mga rooms is for up to 10 persons only. They also have rates for less than 10 people or for couples. If you want them too, I will also provide info. Take note of the check-in/check-out times: Check-in time is 2:00 pm Check-out time is 12:00 pm Please note that prices are subject to change without prior notice. They also offer banana boat rides, I don't know how much per person since we didn't rent them. Maybe go to their FB page: (@lescaraibes) They will answer your PM's. I hope that too helps.
AMarzan wrote a tip Feb 2023
Los Angeles, California4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Not for picky travelers."
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Paul P wrote a tip Apr 2017
4 contributions7 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get the biggest cottage its the only acceptable one"
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Jonas T wrote a tip Mar 2017
1 contribution17 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Their big cottage DOES NOT have its own stove and grill"
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Nievs G wrote a tip Mar 2017
Rizal Province, Philippines242 contributions14 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"The room we rented was under shade of the tamarind tree, and not too far from the resort's main entrance. Good location."
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rachelle_cpa wrote a tip Aug 2016
Manila, Philippines113 contributions46 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"The Bermuda Room -- the only room in the resort with its own bathroom is the best."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Les Caraibes Beach Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Les Caraibes Beach Resort?
Nearby attractions include Playa Laiya (2.9 km) and Laiya Adventure Park (4.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Les Caraibes Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Les Caraibes Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Les Caraibes Beach Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Les Caraibes Beach Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Oceano Acuatico, SaladStop!, and Blue Coral Beach Resort.
Are pets allowed at Les Caraibes Beach Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
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